Skip to main content

Dish: C.70-1933

An image of Dish

Terms of use

These images are provided for non-commercial use under a Creative Commons License (BY-NC-ND). To license a high resolution version, please contact our image library who will discuss fees, terms and waivers.

Download this image

Creative commons explained - what it means, how you can use our's and other people's content.

Object information

Current Location: In storage

Maker(s)

Factory: Chelsea Porcelain Manufactory
Decorator: O'Neale, Jefferyes Hamett (Probably)

Entities

Categories

Description

Soft-paste porcelain dish, moulded and decorated with two landscape scenes and flowers.

Soft-paste porcelain dish, moulded and painted in puce enamels. The oval dish has fluted sides, and stands on a low wedge-shaped foot-ring. It is painted in puce en camaieu, with two landscape scenes, one showing three figures tying up a boat, the other with two men gazing at a ruined obelisk, among scattered flower sprigs. The rim is banded in puce.

Legal notes

Bequeathed by the Rev. A.V. Valentine-Richards

Measurements and weight

Height: 3.5 cm
Height: 1 5/16 in
Width: 16.2 cm
Width: 6 3/8 in

Acquisition and important dates

Method of acquisition: Bequeathed (1933-04-05) by Valentine-Richards, A. V., The Rev

Dating

Mid 18th Century
George II
Red anchor period (1752-1756)
Production date: circa AD 1753

Note

The type of painting is generally ascribed to Jefferyes Hammett O'Neale. Typical of O'Neale's work are the pendant leaf sprays at the base of each scene, and the reeds which spring from them, as well as the elongated pointing figure. The same style of decoration is also found on Vincennes porcelain, see documentation.

Components of the work

Decoration composed of enamel ( puce)

Materials used in production

presumed lead Lead-glaze
Soft-paste porcelain

Techniques used in production

Moulding : Soft-paste porcelain, moulded and decorated overglaze with two landscape scenes and flowers.
Glazing (coating)

Inscription or legends present

  • Text: an anchor
  • Location: Base
  • Method of creation: Painted in red enamel
  • Type: Factory mark

References and bibliographic entries

Identification numbers

Accession number: C.70-1933
Primary reference Number: 75861
Stable URI

Audit data

Created: Saturday 6 August 2011 Updated: Tuesday 25 February 2020 Last processed: Sunday 21 March 2021

Associated departments & institutions

Owner or interested party: The Fitzwilliam Museum
Associated department: Applied Arts

Citation for print

This record can be cited in the Harvard Bibliographic style using the text below:

The Fitzwilliam Museum (2023) "Dish" Web page available at: https://data.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/id/object/75861 Accessed: 2023-02-05 03:26:53

Citation for Wikipedia

To cite this record on Wikipedia you can use this code snippet:

{{cite web|url=https://data.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/id/object/75861 |title=Dish |author=The Fitzwilliam Museum|accessdate=2023-02-05 03:26:53|publisher=The University of Cambridge}}

API call for this record

To call these data via our API (remember this needs to be authenticated) you can use this code snippet:

https://data.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/api/v1/objects/object-75861

Bootstrap HTML code for reuse

To use this as a simple code embed, copy this string:

<div class="text-center">
    <figure class="figure">
        <img src="https://data.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/imagestore/aa/aa3/C_70_1933.jpg"
        alt="Dish"
        class="img-fluid" />
        <figcaption class="figure-caption text-info">Dish</figcaption>
    </figure>
</div>
    

Please enter your name as you would like to be addressed
Please enter your email address
The object accession number - this is prefilled
Please enter your query with as much detail as possible

More objects and works of art you might like

Dish

Accession Number: GR.P.94

Dish

Accession Number: E.62.1898

Dish

Accession Number: E.11.1931

Dish

Accession Number: E.S.27

Suggested products from Curating Cambridge

You might be interested in this...

Sign up for updates

Updates about future exhibitions and displays, family activities, virtual events & news. You'll be the first to know...