Factory Longton Hall British

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Many of the products of the short lived Longton Hall factory (1749–60) reflect the keen interest in the natural world that was so prevalent in the mid 18th century. In this instance, the form of the dish appears enveloped by the six finely-detailed vine leaves.

Dish, Longton Hall (British, Staffordshire, ca. 1749–1760), Soft-paste porcelain decorated in polychrome enamels, British, Longton Hall, Staffordshire

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