Sold for £50
Condition good to fair, hairlines on one of the plates, previous restoration to one of the plates. Crazing in the bowl, a chip on the underside of one of the plates. Previous restoration to the candlesticks with clay used to fill the chips, and glue used to fix breakage on the top of one of the candlesticks and the bottom and some chipping on the top. As shown in images.
EARLY 19TH CENTURY DUTCH DELFTWARE BLUE & WHITE PORCELAIN PLATE,
the central reserve hand-painted with a Chinoiserie landscape, 23.5cm diameter, along with a late 19th century Delft plate, the reverse with sticker inscribed 'Princess Louise Duchess of Argyll', an early 20th century Delft bowl, and two candlesticks (5)
Provenance: The William Mowat-Thomson Collection
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