An 18th century Lambeth polychrome English delft charger showing a parrot in a flowering garden surrounded by a border of pinecones.
Lambeth Delftware is tin-glazed earthenware made at a number of factories at Lambeth, London during the 17th and 18th centuries. Large dishes often decorated in blue, green, yellow, orange, or purplish black, belong to this period.
In the 18th century several new styles arose; the plates of this period show sketchy scenes in the Chinese manner, with figures, trees, and architectural details executed often in various combinations of the colors mentioned. The style was free and almost slapdash brushwork.
H 1 in. x Dm 13.5 in.
Excellent. Tiny edge frits commensurate with tin glazed pottery of this era.
An identical charger can be found In the Reginald and Rachel French collection at Historic Deerfield #91.144.
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