Coalport Porcelain Dishes in the Sprig Pattern


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We are pleased to offer this set of twelve lovely antique porcelain dishes decorated in the “Sprig” pattern. They were made by Coalport in the early 19th century, circa 1810. The dishes have vibrant enameled colors with lush green leaves and sprigs of lavender and purple cornflowers. In the center of each plate are small loose sprigs of one, two, or three flowers. A beautiful wreath of these same flowers fills the border. The green leaves and lavish gilding enhance the lavender and purple flowers.


Diameter 9.65″


Good. The dishes are in excellent condition with only the very slightest bit of rubbing to the gilt on the edge




Begun in the 18th century, the “Sprig” pattern  was the favorite porcelain pattern of the Queen of France, Marie Antoinette.

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