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Davenport Chinoiserie High Bridge China - 5 items found.

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Dish c1815 Maker: Davenport  Pattern:Chinoiserie High Bridge
Dish c1815
Gorgeous shallow dish in this lovely chinoiserie pattern. No backstamp but we have attributed this to Davenport. Light all over crazing with one very very small minor stain, overall excellent condition.
Dimensions: 21.5 cm across, 3 cm deep / 8.5 ins across, 1.25 ins deep
Our ref: 19CN45992

Soup Tureen Stand c1815 Maker: Davenport  Pattern:Chinoiserie High Bridge
Soup Tureen Stand c1815
This fabulous piece is the stand for a soup tureen, but is a wonderful item on its own. Backstamp:Impressed Davenport (lower case) with anchor. A little minor wear to the rim otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: 32.5 cm diameter / 12.75 ins diameter
Our ref: 19CN41114

Plate pierced rim c1815 Maker: Davenport  Pattern:Chinoiserie High Bridge
Plate pierced rim c1815
Fabulous plate with basket weave and pierced rim. Backstamp: Davenport. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: 18 cm / 7 ins
Our ref: 19CN57088

Plate c1815 Maker: Davenport  Pattern:Chinoiserie High Bridge
Plate c1815
Wonderful plate in this fabulous chinoiserie pattern. Backstamp: Impressed Davenport. A little surface scratching and a tiny tiny blemish to the tree on the left. On the back there is a little minor wear to the foot rim, overall excellent condition.
Dimensions: 25 cm / 9.75 ins
Our ref: 19CN48561

Bourdaloue c1815 Maker: Davenport  Pattern:Chinoiserie High Bridge
Bourdaloue c1815
These oval pots go under various names, but their purpose was singular. Today most often called a bourdaloue supposedly so named after Pere Louis Bourdaloue (1632-1704) a Jesuit preacher at the court of Louis XIV, whose long sermons left the ladies of the court in some discomfort. However, the first known bourdaloue was of Dutch delftware and made about 1710, so this explanation appears to be apocryphal. They are also known as coach pots and crinoline slippers. They were designed to offer particular convenience for ladies forced to endure long coach journies, operas as well as church services. This wonderful example is printed in a soft blue and apart from a one tiny tiny rub and a small glazing fault to the rim is in excellent condition. Impressed backstamp Davenport (upper & lower case) above anchor.
Dimensions: 22 cm x 10.5 cm (widest) & 7.5 cm igh / 8.75 ins x 4 ins (widest) & 3 ins high
Our ref: 19CN35762


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