Dish with paintings of young thrushes by Harry Allen

Royal Doulton
Harry Allen
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Oval dish with richly gilded scrolled rim, hand-painted scene of two young missel thrushes on a branch, and four reserves each with a single missel thrush. Gilded foot rim.
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Dimensions (LxWxH): 280 x 220 x 55mm (11 x 8 11/16 x 2 3/16")
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Associated notes
Given to Dr Pairman in the 1930s. Possibly originally purchased from the Christchurch firm of John Bates & Co.
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Marks and Inscriptions
Marks/Inscriptions: H. Allen; Type of mark: Signature; Method: Painted; Notes: on image front
Marks/Inscriptions: Royal Doulton back stamp; Type of mark: Maker's Mark; Method: Printed; Notes: base; green
Marks/Inscriptions: 2.14; Type of mark: Date; Method: Impressed; Notes: date mark for February 1914; impressed on base




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