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Pair Chelsea Plates, Brown Anchor Period

England Ca. 1755

An early pair of Chelsea factory plates. Each has a single cabbage leaf, fruit sprigs, a butterfly and some insects.

Price

$900

Condition

Overall very good looking. The glaze has some typical crazing, a few small areas of rubbing. One plate has a very light hair line through the middle with a light touch up on the front. Both have touch ups to the green edges and some small areas of color touch up.

Measurements

Approximately 8.5" Diameter

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