A wonderful British blue-printed plate with a desirable country scene from jolly olde England. The scene depicts Nuneham Courtenay, Oxfordshire, the seat of the Earl Harcourt, set in grounds laid out by the landscape architect Capability Brown around 1780. The dish is nine and three-quarters inches in diameter and in excellent condition, barring some blue glaze imperfections on the back that happened in the firing.
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