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AN ENGLISH DELFTWARE POLYCHROME EQUESTRIAN ROYAL PORTRAIT CHARGER
CIRCA 1695
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AN ENGLISH DELFTWARE POLYCHROME EQUESTRIAN ROYAL PORTRAIT CHARGER
CIRCA 1695
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The Collection of Anne H. & Frederick Vogel III

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AN ENGLISH DELFTWARE POLYCHROME EQUESTRIAN ROYAL PORTRAIT CHARGER
CIRCA 1695
probably London, painted in the center with the crowned figure of King William wearing an ermine-lined cloak and with crown and sceptre, astride his rearing steed flanked by blue sponged trees and the initials W R, within a blue dash border on the rim.

diameter 13 5/8 in.
34.5 cm
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來源

Louis Gautier Collection, London, no. 9220, bearing label
Sotheby's, London, October 28, 1980, lot 7a
Stanley J. Seeger Collection, Sotheby's, New York, October 20, 1993, lot 35
Jonathan Horne, London, February, 1993
Vogel Collection no. 590

相關資料

The image source for this equestrian portrait is an engraving of Charles I by Cornelis van Dalen, which forms the frontispiece to John Nalson's Journal of the Tryal of Charles I, published in 1684. Royal portrait chargers derived from this engraving, made in the ten-year period following its publication, have slight variations depending on which monarch was on the throne, Charles II (1630-85), James II (1633-1701) or William III (1650-1702).  

A similar dish with initials K W from the Collection formed by Cecil Baring, 3rd Lord Revelstoke (1864-1934), and his wife Maude Lorillard, was sold by the order of the Lambay Estate, Sotheby's, London, December 3, 2013, lot 37. A further charger is with initials K W is illustrated by Michael Archer, Delftware in the Fitzwilliam Museum, London, 2013, p.11, A.12 and by the same author, 'The Dating of Delftware chargers', English Ceramic Circle Transactions, Vol. II, part 2, 1982, pl. 50b.

The Collection of Anne H. & Frederick Vogel III

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