A fine Coalport porcelain tray 'Witley Court, the residence of Queen Adelaide'
A fine Coalport porcelain tray 'Witley Court, the residence of Queen Adelaide'
A fine Coalport porcelain tray 'Witley Court, the residence of Queen Adelaide'
A fine Coalport porcelain tray 'Witley Court, the residence of Queen Adelaide'
A fine Coalport porcelain tray 'Witley Court, the residence of Queen Adelaide'
A fine Coalport porcelain tray 'Witley Court, the residence of Queen Adelaide'
A fine Coalport porcelain tray 'Witley Court, the residence of Queen Adelaide'
A fine Coalport porcelain tray 'Witley Court, the residence of Queen Adelaide'

A fine Coalport porcelain tray 'Witley Court, the residence of Queen Adelaide'

c. 1845 to 1849 Coalport

Offered by Philip Carrol

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A rare Coalport porcelain tray, c. 1848. Finely painted with a titled view of 'Witley Court, the residence of Her Majesty Queen Adelaide', with stags and a herd of deer on the foreground. The painting of the building being particularly well painted, with careful attention to detail. Flower painted panels adorn the borders, within elaborate tool gilded scrollwork, upon a pink ground. Having twin scroll handles, further embellished with gilt.
Painted title in iron red & printed Coalport factory mark, along with the retailers mark of 'Sparks of Worcester, retailers by appointment to Her Majesty Queen Adelaide'.
Some minor scratches to the enamel, commensurate with age. Otherwise perfect. No restoration.
Queen Adelaide resided at Witley Court between 1845 - 1849, after the death of King William IV.
Dimensions
Width 32.50 cm (12.80 inches)
Depth 22.00 cm (8.66 inches)
Medium
Porcelain
Signed/Inscribed
Printed factory & retailers marks. Painted title.
Philip Carrol

Philip Carrol
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