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A Derby Porcelain Botanical Dish Pattern 115 "Narcissus of the Sun" c1795

Heading : A Derby Duesbury and Kean Porcelain Dish of lozenge form
Date :1795
Period : George 111
Marks :Derby blue painted mark of a Crown above Crossed Batons above Pattern No "115" "Narcissus of the Sun" in script
Origin :Derby, England
Colour :Polychrome
Pattern :No 115
Features :Gilded Lily of the Valley and Leaves to border
Condition :Good with some wear to the gilded rim as per images
Restoration :None
Dimensions : Length 28cm, Width 21.4cm, Rim Height 5.4 cm
Weight : 482 grams

William Curtis's Botanical Magazine was first published in February 1787 and Curtis himself edited the first 13 volumes. The specimens were engraved and hand-coloured by many artists such as Stella Rose Craig, John Curtis, James Sowerby, Matilda Smith and William Graves. These were copied by artists at the Derby factory and embellished by the  William Pegg and devout man and a Quaker.










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  • Product Code: 20110216
  • Availability: Sold
  • £425.00

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