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Lot 2: An early 18th century Imari palette armorial dish,

The Oriental Sale

by Cheffins

November 1, 2012

Cambridge, United Kingdom

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  • An early 18th century Imari palette armorial dish,
  • An early 18th century Imari palette armorial dish,
  • An early 18th century Imari palette armorial dish,
  • An early 18th century Imari palette armorial dish,
  • An early 18th century Imari palette armorial dish,
   
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Description: An early 18th century Imari palette armorial dish, the armorials for Turner impaling Page within the gilt rim, a roundel of four birds amongst scrolling flowers painted within the cavetto, 45cm (17.75 in.) diameter (D) David Howard tells us that two services were made for Edward Turner when he married Mary, daughter of Sir Gregory Page Bt in 1718, Vol. I page 183

Condition Report: This has a crack at 2 o'clock


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