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A fine pair of Worcester shell shaped dishes
See John Sandon, The Dictionary of Worcester Porcelain, colour plate 80, for a similar single dish
A fine pair of Worcester shell shaped dishes, each interior painted in coloured enamels with a spray of flowers and leaves, and scattered flowers, the puce border picked out in yellow and gilt, 5 1/4" long, circa 1765, no mark
Worcester shell dishes of this form are normally decorated in underglaze blue. Polychrome examples are rare.