A DUTCH DELFT DORE PANCAKE PLATE EARLY 18TH CENTURY
painted in an expanded Imari palette with two birds perched on a branch above a fence and beside flowering chrysanthemum and an unraveled scroll, the reverse with six leaves or flowerheads, AR monogram in iron-red for Adriaen van Rijsselbergh of De Grieksche A (The Greek A) factory.
Diameter: 9 in.
Typical glaze loss and several very shallow minor chips to the rim edge. Visible in the catalogue photo. Otherwise in good condition.
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