Chelsea Porcelain Navette 'Silver-Shaped' Dish
Circa 1755, red anchor mark, the painting attributed to Jefferyes Hammett O'Neale
Of shell-molded form with rocaille handles, painted in puce camäieu with a vignette of figures before ruins, the border with scattered flower sprays, puce line rims and edged handle. Width 8 1/4 inches (21cm).
With Delamonse & Son, Ltd., London, September 1985.
For an example painted with an arcadian view in puce camäieu, see the Brian Haughton Gallery, exhibition catalogue, Chelsea and Other Early English Porcelain, 28 April 2016, p. 23.
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