Chelsea Porcelain Spiral Gadrooned Bowl and Stand
Circa 1752-56, iron-red anchor marks
Of 'Hans Sloane type', finely enameled in colors with loose bouquets and flower sprays, the interior of the stand with a large leaf and two ladybugs, the lower body molded and painted as acanthus, within iron-red line rims.
Diameter of bowl 5 5/8 inches, diameter of stand 8 1/8 inches.
Hon. Graham Kinnaird.
Sotheby's, London, 17 March 1970, lot 177.
'Apollo Magazine', June 1966.
For a similarly molded cup and saucer, formerly in the Bellamy Gardner Collection, see William King, Chelsea Porcelain, pl. 20 fig. 2. For similar teabowls and saucers, see Sotheby's, London, 11 October 1966, lot 259.
C Estate of Sarah Belk Gambrell
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