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: Tin-glazed earthenware dish. The dish is Britton shape I. It is painted in blue, red, green on a pale pinkish glaze. In the centre are two transverse landscapes of two single-storey buildings each with a smoking chimney, on either side of an oval green bush with a blue top and red arching branches; there is a low blue bush with red branches at the sides and on the upper central landscape there are bulrush-type grasses at extreme ends. There are three clouds (red-fringed green double hump on blue) above each landscape; all within a double blue line and band of intersecting arcs. On the flange there is a red-dotted blue double diaper trellis reserving six round-ended panels each containing a red stylised bud with green leaves and blue scrolls. On the underrim there are markings: ' // o // o // ' and stilt marks.
: 1730: [Book] Britton, Frank. 1982. English Delftware in the Bristol Collection. 3.4.
: Bequest of Joseph Stone Hodges, 1961.