Five Pieces of Early Derby Porcelain

Ref: B755
Date: 1810
Quantity: 5 pieces
Dimensions: various
Price: $225

Five pieces of early Derby porcelain, beautifully decorated in the traditional brick-red, blue & gilt segmented floral palette. Circa 1810. There are four plates and a kidney shaped dish. Each piece has a red painted painted crown, cross swords and “D” mark. The dish is 10″ long and the plates measure 9″ in diameter. Not too bad condition, some general wear, one plate has a small hairline crack on its back edge and the gilt on the edge of one is quite worn, otherwise they’re pretty good.



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