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William Duesbury, the proprietor of the Derby porcelain factory purchased the Chelsea works in 1769.
Porcelain continued to be made or decorated at the Chelsea factory under Duesbury's direction until 1784.

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CHELSEA DERBY (1769-1784)
Antique Chelsea Derby Porcelain Set of Six Dessert Plates, Circa 1770
Antique Chelsea Derby Porcelain Dessert Plates, Circa 1770 The set of six Chelsea Derby porcelain plates are painted with a thin, spirally flu...
Earle D. Vandekar of Knightsbridge, Inc.
CHELSEA DERBY (1769-1784)
Antique Rare Chelsea Derby Chinese Imari Pattern Plate C.1770
A very fine and rare antique Chelsea Derby porcelain plate decorated in Chinese style with underglaze blue chinoiserie designs over painted in Imar...
Xupes Limited
CHELSEA DERBY (1769-1784)
Pair of 18th Century Derby Baskets
A fine pair of Derby pierced oval baskets, each with two gilded glazed double loop rope twist handles, with applied flower and leaf terminals, the ...
Taylor-Smith Antiques