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A Bow part dinner-service painted in the Kakiemon palette with The Quail Pattern among flowering prunus
Maker:  Maker Unknown
A Bow part dinner-service painted in the Kakiemon palette with The Quail Pattern among flowering prunus, comprising: Two sauceboats (one restored), 9in. wide. Four circular dishes in sizes (one riveted, all chipped), 14in., 12in. and 10in. diameter. A deep circular dish (riveted), 13in. diameter. Six oval dishes (four chipped, one repaired), 9in. and 8in. wide. An octagonal shallow bowl (cracked and stained) 10in. diameter. Two kidney-shaped dishes (rim chips) 10in. wide. Three oblong octagonal dishes, about 13in. wide. Five similar 10in. wide. Three leaf-dishes (two cracked, rim chips) 9in. long. Three similar, smaller (one handle repaired), 7in. long. Three pierced circular baskets, 8in. diameter. Two shell-moulded oval dishes on shell and coral feet (one cracked), 6in. wide. A deep oblong octagonal small bowl (slight crack) 7in. wide. A fluted circular dish, 9in. diameter. Four small fluted shallow dishes (two chipped, two cracked) 7in. diameter. A baluster jug on spreading foot (extensively damaged) 4in. high. Two octagonal soup-plates (chipped) Ten octagonal dinner-plates (chipped). Seven trembleuse saucers and an oval cover for a butter-tub. A large octagonal dish, 13in. wide. An hexagonal teapot and cover of Chelsea form (chips to spout and rim, crack to base) 5in. high.
THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:Wiltshire
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