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Applied Art (NX998)
four fragments of a plate, chinoiserie decoration in red, blue and green; '2' on reverse
Applied Art (NX999)
four fragments of a charger, grey-blue glaze, flowers in weak colours
Applied Art (N6825.t)
Deep saucer dish. Printed in black: an obelisk-topped square monument bearing a female portrait within an oval; cherub bearing cross on left, grieving Britannia on right, globe and cornucopia in foreground, two cherubs in sky. Pink lustre band on rim and ditto lines around centre with stylised buds and leaf sprigs.
Applied Art (N2273)
'London' shape with pyramidal finial. Commemorating the death of Princess Charlotte in 1817. Printed in black with same pattern on both sides: an obelisk-topped square monument inscribed within an oval 'TO THE MEMORY//OF//PRINCESS CHARLOTTE'; cherub bearing cross on left, grieving Britannia on right, globe and cornucopia in foreground, twocherubs in sky. Pink lustre bands on rim, above base and outlining spout; leaf-and-dot band around top, leaf bands on spout sides and handle.
Applied Art (N5718)
'London' shape with pyramidal finial. Commemorating the death of Princess Charlotte in 1817. Printed in black with same pattern on both sides: a square plinth bearing a female portrait and topped by ar urn inscribed 'PRINCESS CHARLOTTE', all under a weeping willow; to the left a grieving man, to the right, grieving Britannia, anchor and hourglass in foreground; to the left, a funeral cortege makes its way to a castle. Pink lustre bands on rim, on collar and above and below the print; pink leaf stems and dashes on spout, leaf flourish and dashes on handle. On cover, two different black-printed vignettes each of a large house in a park; pink lustre rim band and detailing on finial. Design does not relate to the pot and the body is whiter - cover is probably a replacement.
Applied Art (87/1)
Plate, designed by Charlotte Rhead of Crown Ducal, circa 1935. Earthernware with tube lining.This technique, which resembeles icing a cake, was developed by ceramic designers Charlotte Rhead and her father G F rhead. Marks: Crown Ducal Made in England Rhead 7 5802
Applied Art (Na1284)
oblong hexagonal; apple green border, central reserve containing European flowers
Applied Art (N5327)
3 fragments (of 7), probably excavated but no provenance. Undecorated. Section from base of a bowl with foot ring; 2 rounded pieces from side.
Applied Art (N7948)
Hexagonal with gilt dentil; gilt-entwined band in two shades of orange.
Applied Art (N3149)
Britton shape I. Painted in blue, red, green on pale blue glaze: in centre, within double circle, a serpentine flower spray with two main flower clumps, an insect. Rim border of alternate stylised flower buds embellished with scrolls.
Applied Art (N7947)
Thomas Pitt service. Barrel-shaped with gilt dentil; gilt-entwined band in two shades of orange; small shield on spout bears the arms of Thomas Pitt of Boconnoc, Cornwall.
Applied Art (Na1265)
shaped lozenge; printed in black with lady and gent on bench, taking tea: 'The Tea Party'
Applied Art (Na2039)
enamelled in Kakiemon colours with red-dragon-and-tiger pattern.
Applied Art (NG324)
Green glaze over oatmeal. 2 sgraffito trees and incised band decoration. This was a favourite motif derived from oriental ceramics
Applied Art (Na500.1)
CAN: straight-sided cylindrical but tapering out slightly to rim; loop handle of rounded section with reverse scroll at base. Decorated with gilding and bat-printed landscape in shades of grey to indicates perspective: bat-printed landscape
Applied Art (N8184)
Tall cylindrical pot, lower two-thirds tapering in to a waist, upper third of straight-sided oval section with two rectangular pierced 'wings', All-over white celadon glaze.
Applied Art (N8227)
Circular plate with eight-scalloped edge, sloped rim and deep well; four alternate rim sections have moulded flower spray with tendrils. Painted in underglaze blue with chinoiserie scene of two owls, one perched on willow tree, the other on fretwork fence all grouped on right; bridge to hollow rock with tree on left; flying insect; rocks on foreground, one looking like man in boat; all within lozenge fretwork border. On plain rim sections a narrow version of same border continued as simple line on moulded sections. Blue slightly blurred all over, well border below scene very blurred.
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