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Chamberlain Worcester 'Dragon in Compartments' Pattern Armorial

V675 Chamberlain Worcester 'Dragon in Compartments' pattern armorial
V675 Chamberlain Worcester 'Dragon in Compartments' pattern armorial
V675 Chamberlain Worcester 'Dragon in Compartments' pattern armorial
V675 Chamberlain Worcester 'Dragon in Compartments' pattern armorial
V675 Chamberlain Worcester 'Dragon in Compartments' pattern armorial
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Chamberlain Worcester 'Dragon in Compartments' pattern armorial plate, late 18th /early 19th century, decorated in the centre with the crest of the Parker family (a stag trippant proper), bordered by lappet-shaped panels of mythical beasts alternating with vases issuing gilt foliage, on a seeded green-ground, within gilt rims, diameter: 7 1/8in. 18.2cm; condition: very slight wear to gilding. The Parkers had their family seat in Browsholme, Yorkshire since the reign of Henry VIII. A Chinese coffee cup, dated Qianlong (1736-95), with the arms and crest of Parker is illustrated in Howard, David S., Chinese Armorial Porcelain, Vol. II, p. 434, R9. SOLD