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Davenport View of the Imperial Park at Gehol China - 4 items found.

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Pickle Dish c1820 Maker: Davenport  Pattern:View of the Imperial Park at Gehol
Pickle Dish c1820
The Emperor of China's gardens at Gehol were known as the garden of 10,000 trees and lie some 150 miles to the north east of Peking. This scene is taken from an engraving published in 1806 in Travels in China by John Barrow. This was previously known as Chinese River Scene. This is a gorgeous little diamond shape dish with pattern on the inside only. No backstamp. A little minor wear to the rim otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: 13.5 cm x 9.5 cm & 3 cm deep / 5.25 ins x 3.75 ins & 1.25 ins deep
Our ref: 19CN51931

Dish rectangular c1820 Maker: Davenport  Pattern:View of the Imperial Park at Gehol
Dish rectangular c1820
The Emperor of China's pleasure gardens at Gehol were known as the garden of 10,000 trees and lie some 150 miles to the north east of Peking. This scene is taken from an engraving published in 1806 in Travels in China by John Barrow. Davenport's pattern was previously known as Chinese River Scene. This dish is a good size and decorated inside and out. It is in superb condition, with sound glaze and looks as new. Impressed backstamp Davenport.
Dimensions: 31 x 24 cm 6 cm high / 12.25 x 9.5 ins 2.5 ins high
Our ref: 19CN31708

Dish rectangular c1820 Maker: Davenport  Pattern:View of the Imperial Park at Gehol
Dish rectangular c1820
The Emperor of China's pleasure gardens at Gehol were known as the garden of 10,000 trees and lie some 150 miles to the north east of Peking. This scene is taken from an engraving published in 1806 in Travels in China by John Barrow. Davenport's pattern was previously known as Chinese River Scene. This dish is a good size and decorated inside and out. It is in overall good condition, although the glaze is finely crazed and there is a short hairline in from the rim one end. Impressed backstamp Davenport.
Dimensions: 31 x 24 cm 6 cm high / 12.25 x 9.5 ins 2.5 ins high
Our ref: 19CN31709

Pickle Dish c1820 Maker: Davenport  Pattern:View of the Imperial Park at Gehol
Pickle Dish c1820
The Emperor of China's pleasure gardens at Gehol were known as the garden of 10,000 trees and lie some 150 miles to the north east of Peking. This scene is taken from an engraving published in 1806 in Travels in China by John Barrow. Davenport's pattern was previously known as Chinese River Scene. This pickle dish has a delightful embossed side handle of oak leaves and acorns. There has been a tiny knock under the handle, but this dish is in superb condition, with sound glaze and looks as new. Impressed backstamp Davenport.
Dimensions: 17 x 13.5 cm / 6.75 x 5.25 ins
Our ref: 19CN31707


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