A collection of English pottery and porcelain plates, princi...

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A collection of English pottery and porcelain plates, principally dessert wares, comprising a Samuel Alcock botanical plate, circa 1827, 23cm diameter; two further pink-bordered botanical plates, two scroll and shell-moulded plates; a pair of Machin moustache edged plates, pattern 663, 22cm diameter; a further shell-bordered plate, 23cm diameter; a pair of Dilwyn & Co (Swansea) 'Long Bridge' blue and white plate, 24cm diameter; a pair of Coalport dessert centre dishes, circa 1805-10, cobalt borders and centres painted with flowers, impressed numeral '6', 28cm wide (one chipped); a pair of grey-bordered square dishes, possibly Derby, pattern 523, 21.5cm wide; a set of Copeland and Garrett dessert wares, transfer-printed with borders of flowers in baskets and a single bird on branch to the centre, comprising a pair of twin-handled plates and six plates, pattern 6246, printed factory mark, 16cm diameter (an identical pattern found in the frontier Hudson Bay Company order books, circa 1840); sold together with four saucers attributed to Hicks & Meigh, circa 1814 and a porcelain door knob, painted with flowers and a set of nine Coalport peach-bordered plates (qty)

Auction Date:
7th Feb 24 at 10am GMT

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