bristol delft charger c175070

Bristol Delft charger c.1750-70



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A rare and beautiful Delft charger in the Chinoiserie taste, painted by the famous pottery artist John Bowen, or one of his pupils. Bowen co-owned a pottery with Richard Frank at Redcliff Back, Bristol 1750-1770. There is an identical charger in the collection of The Krannert Art Museum, Illinois, USA.
Although it was broken into three pieces in the past, it is secure, albeit mended with rivets, glue, plaster tape and masking tape!
Verso: two old labels 'Bristol c1760-70', and a much older one with the price '1/1/-' a guinea.
SIZE: 13 inches in diameter.
PROVENANCE: a private collection for the last 45 years.


Height = 33 cm (13")
Width = 33 cm (13")
Depth = 4.4 cm (2")

This item is SOLD and is no longer available to purchase.

* This item has been sold, though you can still email the seller if you wish

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