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A rare Bristol bowl, from the Butts Service

Provenance:
From the service bought by Muster-Master-General Butts at the closing sale of the Bristol factory in London, 1st March 1780

Colville Hyde Collection

Hurlbutt Collection

F S Mackenna Colllection

Literature:
Illustrated; F S Mackenna, The F S Mackenna Collection of English Porcelain, Part Three, Plymouth and Bristol, number 48

Illustrated; Hurlbutt's Bristol Porcelan, plate 2(b)

Exhibition:

Exhibited; Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museum, May 1947

A rare Bristol bowl, from the Butts Service, painted with pink and gilt bands, entwined with wheatears and stalks, and pink ribbon swags, tied with bows, gilt dentil rim, the interior with gilt wheatears, 6 1/4" diameter, circa 1778, no mark 



A rare Bristol bowl, from the Butts Service