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Antique Chelsea Porcelain Vegetable Dishes, 
Brown Anchor,
Circa 1758-60.

The Chelsea porcelain dishes, after the Meissen, are of an unusual deep octagonal form and are very well painted with a central composition of different fruit and vegetables.  One includes a large capped mushroom, carrots and turnips.  The other dish has a peach, carrots and large mushroom and gooseberries.  Each with scattered vegetables and leaves to the rim.  The border with red/brown line.

Dimensions: Length: 7 3/5 inches; Depth: 7 1/10 inches; Height: 2 1/10 inches

Mark: Small brown anchor.

Provenance: Emil Mosbacher, Jr. Collection. Greenwich, Connecticut; The Antique Porcelain Company, London.

Reference: The Bowles Collection of 18th-Century English & French Porcelain,  Simon Spiro, page 49, #45 for similar shape and decoration.


19.68 x 18.03 cm x 5.33 cm

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