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Rare Dutch Delft lobed dish.

Circa 1700.

Decorated in underglaze blue and green and yellow enamels with a portrait of Queen Mary II between the initials 'KM' and above a half-wreath of stylised flowers. Within a border of tulips and roses.

Diameter: 22 cm. 8 5/8in.

Mary began joint rule of England, Scotland and Ireland with her husband William of Orange following the 'Glorious Revolution' of 1688.

 

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Condition report

faint crackle to glaze, faint hair-line to rim.

Stock number

R549
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