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: N6677

: Applied Art

: dish

: Tin-glazed earthenware dish. The dish is Britton shape I. It is painted in blue on an off-white glaze with a pinkish tinge on the back. In centre, at bottom is a cockerel behind a big-leaved plant; above him is a tall vase in front of a basket from which come two flowering branches; all within two thin blue lines and a narrow row of linked blobs and partial hearts. On the flange there are ten rounded-end panels containing a triple bud with scrolls; between the panels there is a cross-hatched band under a solid triple bud with scrolls. The footrim is pierced with two holes for hanging [aligned with design]. There are underrim markings: ' o * o * o' and three small stilt marks.

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: Bristol, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (UK) / England, Northern Europe, Europe


: 1730

: [Book] Britton, Frank. 1982. English Delftware in the Bristol Collection. 3.4.

: Bequest of Joseph Stone Hodges, 1961.