A Pair of John & William Ridgway Shaped Oval Porcelain Dessert Dishes c.1835
A Pair of John & William Ridgway Porcelain Dessert Serving Dishes c.1835, each with a different handprinted spray of flowers to the centre, the border with grey and 22ct gilded floral swirls.
Length:26cm (10 inches)
Each with a painted shape number '8180'
Provenance: The Peter Rose and Albert Gallichan Collection
Peter Rose and Albert Gallichan were pioneering collectors of 19th Century fine and decorative arts and this unique collection was a shared passion assembled over the course of a lifetime from the 1950s onwards. The collection was regarded and recognised as academically important, a number of bequests of both decorative and fine arts from the collection have been accepted by museums includingThe British Museum and the Ashmolean.
For more information on John & William Ridgway see Victorian & Albert Museum https://collections.vam.ac.uk/search/?q=Job%20Ridgway%20%26%20Sons