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Large Derby Porcelain Plate c1825

Heading : A Derby porcelain plate
Date : c1825
Period : Gorge IV
Marks : Neatly painted crown above crossed swords
Origin : Derby , England
Colour : Polychrome
Pattern : large bouquets of flowers
Features : Dentil border
Condition : Hairline crack on outer rim 3.3cm. This has emenated from a bruise on the rim as shown.
Restoration : Nine
Dimensions : 25.5cms diameter
Weight : 504 grams

There were many notable artists painting vibrant flroral designs other than William Pegg. Thomas Steele and  Leonard Lead being the amongst the better known. James Turner painted Derby porcelains within the Sims workshop in London. This is most probably by Leonard Lead but when porcelain is so beautiful attribution seems to be of little importance.

We have received the following notification from a direct descendent

"You might be interested to know that we have a very similar plate by Leonard Lead (1788-1869) in the family."

Best wishes,
Peter Lead

More "painted mud" for Mr McConnell to contemplate


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  • £155.00

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