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A pair of Worcester lozenge shaped dishes
A pair of Worcester fluted lozenge shaped dishes, each painted in coloured enamels in the London atelier of James Giles with flowers and leaves trailing from a gilt band, within a gilt line border, 9 1/4" wide, circa 1768-70, no marks
Provenance; American Private Collection, acquired from Robyn Robb
See Stephen Hanscombe, James Giles, China and Glass Painter, number 9, for a plate from this service, which consisted of twelve plates and a number of shaped dishes, and was shown at The Interntaional Ceramics Fair by Robyn Robb in 2004.