Chelsea Porcelain Factory (1744-1769)
228 mm (Diameter)Order this image
Mount Stewart, County Down (Accredited Museum)
Pair of Chelsea Kakiemon octagonal porcelain dishes, Brown Anchor period and mark, with white glazed ground. moulded with flowers and painted to the centre with a peacock beneath an encircling bird. Rust coloured floral design and floral sprigs on rims. (Sir Joshua Reynolds pattern).
On loan to the National Trust from Lady Mairi Bury (1921-2009) 1976, then accepted by HM Government in lieu of Inheritance Tax and allocated to the National Trust, 2012.
Makers and roles
Chelsea Porcelain Factory (1744-1769), ceramic manufacturer