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: Tin-glazed earthenware plate. It is Britton shape F. It is painted in bright blue on an off-white glaze (Delft ware). In the well of the plate there is a painted image of a seated lady holding a cornucopia in her right arm. There is a flower stem in her left hand and a vase of flowers on the left. A bird is perched on the plant to the right of the figure and there are two flying insects. On the flange there is a border of eight winged cupid heads alternating with lotus flowers and the rim is edged in brown. The underrim has the markings:' * // * // '
: 1720: [Book] Britton, Frank. 1982. English Delftware in the Bristol Collection. 3.4.