A pair of Important Caughley Porcelain Plates by F. Duvivier, c.1790-3

A pair of important Caughley porcelain plates c.1790-3, painted by Fidelle Duvivier in the Chamberlain studio, Worcester, each plate decorated in the centre with landscape/harbor scene, the panels encircled by fine foliate gilding and 'L'Amitie' border, gilded rims. Dimensions: 10" (25.5cm) diam. Condition: two tiny chips on the rim. Unmarked.

* A jug with similar decoration was sold in Bonhams, New Bond Street, 3 Oct 2012 Auction 19609, lot179


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