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An extremely rare Lund's Bristol pickle leaf

Provenance:
An aristocratic English Private Collection, probably acquired prior to 1860, and recorded in a 1951 inventory ' Chinese blue and white leaf shaped dish £1'

Literature:
For a damaged example of this form and pattern, see Bonham's London, The BIllie Pain Collection, 26th November 2003, lot 99. Another was exhibited by Simon Spero, Autumn Exhibition 2005, number 31

An extremely rare Lund's Bristol pickle dish, in the form of a pointed leaf, painted in pale underglaze blue with a peony and leaves, the rim with four diaper panels, the underside moulded with veining, 4" long, circa 1750, no mark

This pickle dish is painted with a rare alternative to the Chinese figure found on the majority of Lund's pickle dishes



An extremely rare Lund's Bristol pickle leaf