This attractive plate is seven inches in diameter with blue scrolls and flowers in the famous “cabbage leaf” pattern popularized by the famous Sevres porcelain factory in France. It bears a painter’s number 77 in red with the Bloor Derby mark of around 1820. There are a few cosmetic touchups to the blue and a hairline from the rim that can be seen on the front where the yellow and red flower sits next to the rim.
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