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English Porcelain Pair of Chinoiserie Bone China Plates with the Boy & Buffalo Pattern, Probably Miles Mason.


English Porcelain Pair of Chinoiserie Plates with the Boy & Buffalo Pattern,

Probably Miles Mason,

Circa 1805

(NY9030-nrrr)


The beautiful English porcelain Bone China plates depict a pattern found on Chinese Export porcelain and could possibly been made as replacements.  The pattern depicts a boy on a buffalo in a Chinese landscape with polychrome colours particularly green.  A band of orange ribbon is painted around the rim.


Diameter: 8 3/4 inches x 1 1/4 inches high


Reference: Silk Roads, China Ships, John E Vollmer, E.J. Keall & E. Nagai-Berthrong, An Exhibition of East-West Trade 10 September 1983- 8 January 1984, Page 115, "Visions of Cathay" for an identical plate from the same service, Royal Ontario Museum #936.8.2.








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