RARE DELFT CHARGER WITH A BIRD, INSECT AND A FENCE

DECORATED IN THE “FAZACKERLY” MANNER
Bristol or Liverpool, England 7emsp; Circa 1760

Diameter: 13 inches

Reference: A very similar example is listed in Michael Archer’s Delftware: The Tin-Glazed Earthenware of the British Isles, plate 125, B.169 as being part of a related group painted with a bird, a large flying insect, a prominent daisy like-flower, and a green foreground with a decorative fence. Similar ones also pictured in Fair as China Dishes; English Delftware from the Collection of Mrs. Marion Morgan and Brian Morgan, an exhibition organized by the International Exhibitions Foundation, 1977-1979, number 74, page 102, and The English Ceramic Circle’s English Pottery and Porcelain: Commemorative Catalogue of an Exhibition held at the Victoria and Albert Museum May 5th-June 20th, 1948, plate 7, number 35.

Item Number: 7193