AN ENGLISH DELFT 'OAK-LEAF' CHARGER CIRCA 1680, POSSIBLY BRISTOL OR LONDON The center with a roundel painted with a large leaf surrounded by nuts or berries and radiating alternating leaves and paired tendrils growing from a tuft of grass, within a blue and yellow line and blue-dash rim, on a circular foot 13¼ in. (33.6 cm.) inches
An English Delftware Tulip Charger, Late 17th Century, probably London, boldly painted with sprays of tulips, carnations and other flowers within a yellow line and blue dash border on the rim, diameter 13.5 in.
Delft charger of large size painted in tones of dark blue and black depicting the figure of Venus carrying a conch shell and standing between sponged trees; the reverse with a transparent lead glaze; Dutch, circa 1690 -1710.
Collection place: Southwark, London [Southwark] or Aldgate, London [City of London] 1601-1635 Earthenware H 60 mm; DM 303 mm; DM (footring) 102 mm Museum Section: Post-Medieval Summary: English tin-glazed ware charger with a central rosette in blue with green shading, surrounded by triangles in ochre, and pale green foliage, outlined in blue, on an off-white glaze. From a brick- and chalk-lined well at the W end of the site, half in the S side of the central cutting, 8" from the retaining…