An 'Ann Gomm' delft plate of traditional form with spider's web decoration and floral rosette, bordered by flower buds, painted in blue, manganese, red, green and yellow on a pale bluish glaze, probably London, 1790, 9in diameter.
AN ENGLISH DELFT PORTRAIT CHARGER OF CHARLES II CIRCA 1685 Painted with the Sovereign seated astride a steed and holding a baton, beneath the initials CKS and flanked by sponged trees, within a double blue line and blue-dash rim, on a circular foot 13½ in. (34.2 cm.) diameter
AN ENGLISH DELFT ADAM AND EVE CHARGER CIRCA 1730-40, PROBABLY BRISTOL OR BRISLINGTON Painted after 'The Temptation' with Adam and Eve flanking the tree of knowledge in the Garden of Eden, the Serpent entwined in its branches, within a blue-dash rim, on a circular foot 13 in. (33 cm.) diameter
A LONDON DELFT POLYCHROME DISH CIRCA 1660 Painted with the story of Abraham and Isaac, the Angel of the Lord appearing in the clouds above and preventing Abraham from sacrificing Isaac with his sword who kneels in prayer on a pyre at his feet, flanked by trees, a boiling cauldron to one side, the underside covered in a cream slip with a slightly green lead glaze 13¾ in. (34.9 cm.) diameter
A LONDON DELFT DATED ARMORIAL BLUE AND WHITE CHARGER 1673 Of exceptionally large size, the central arms surrounded by scrolling foliage mantling with the initials W/W.M and the date 1673 flanking the crest and with MAY THE: 21TH below, the well with scroll-ornament and the broad rim with alternating panels of flowers and foliage and Oriental figures among rockwork and grasses, divided by waisted panels of scale and diaper-ornament, the underside with a white tin glaze 22 3/8 in. diameter