Molded in the form of lightly overlapping leaves and delicately colored in naturalistic enamels with flower bouquets, this rare survivor is eight and three-quarters inches wide. The Longton Hall factory is not as well-known as Worcester and Chelsea, but Longton Hall’s distinctive shapes are like those of no other porcelain factory, then or now. This dessert dish was painted in the style of an unnamed decorator known as the Trembly Rose Painter. I think it is probably not by him or by someone in the decorating studio under his influence. It is nine inches wide. Some repainting on the handle suggests that it has been reattached. Slight surface and edge wear.


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ITEM ID
C82
TYPE
Pottery
CREATOR
Hall
PURPOSE
Dishes
ITEM TYPE
Antique

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Longton Hall Triangular Leaf-Shaped Dish. c.1755.

$1,299

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