Dish, made of polychrome glazed pottery. The dish has a flattened bracket-lobed rim and stands on a tapering ground-down foot-ring with a central unglazed spot. It is painted in cobalt blue, turquoise, pale manganese and grey-green outlined in black with stems of tulips, hyacinths and rosettes, one with a cloud-scroll centre, all issuing from a leafy tuft and enclosed within a wave and rock border. The underside with triple tulip bouquets alternating with single rosettes.

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