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Chelsea Style Porcelain Shell Form Bowl, Pheasants: 19th century porcelain shell form bowl produced by the firm of Edmé Samson in the style of Chelsea with spurious gold anchor mark. The bowl has a scalloped edge crested with a scrolled cartouche. The fluted interior is decorated with a wide lime green border enhanced with a finely detailed painting of pheasants in a garden setting. The bowl is enhanced with raised gilt impasto work.

Chelsea Style Porcelain Shell Form Bowl, Pheasants

Chelsea Style Porcelain Shell Form Bowl, Pheasants from piatik on Ruby Lane

Chelsea plates, ca. 1760. A pair: painted with exotic birds perched in ornamental trees, gilt-edged shaped rims:

Chelsea plates, ca. A pair: painted with exotic birds perched in ornamental trees, gilt-edged shaped rims

Assemblage of Birds Art

These birds have gathered together and decided that they’d like to live on your wall. Which is a great thing because their pretty colors, subtle texture and spirited poses will perk up your room. Looks like everyone (and every bird) is in agreement.

Atticus tells the children that they can not kill a mocking bird but they can kill all the blue birds they want because they are annoying. They eat peoples gardens, etc.

Arrendajo azul o urraca azul (Cyanocitta cristata) - Blue Jays are known to mimic the calls of Hawks -- possibly to fool other birds into thinking there is a hawk nearby so the jays have full run of the bird feeder!

Antique 18th Century Chelsea "Peony" Dish  - Rare "Peony" dish of Chelsea soft paste porcelain with red anchor mark. Beautifully painted in shades of purple and decorated with small flowers, the large leaf carefully delineated with a green branch handle terminating in a bud. Circa 1755 . HEIGHT: 	9 in. (23 cm)  The Spare Room, Baltimore, MD

Antique 18th Century Chelsea "Peony" Dish

Antique Century Chelsea "Peony" Dish - Rare "Peony" dish of Chelsea soft paste porcelain with red anchor mark. Circa 1755 The Spare Room, Baltimore, MD

A Chelsea Porcelain Grape Leaf Dish - The dish in the form of a leaf painted in the centre with a floral bouquet superimposed on a network of veining, the rim is serrated. England, circa 1755. LENGTH: 	8 in. (20 cm)  -  Earle Vandekar of Knightsbridge Inc. , Maryknoll, NY

A Chelsea Porcelain Grape Leaf Dish

A Chelsea Porcelain Grape Leaf Dish England Circa 1755 The dish in the form of a leaf painted in the centre with a floral bouquet superimposed on a network of veining, the rim is serrated.

A Chelsea botanical plate, painted in the Hans Sloane style with two large artichokes surrounded by fruit, red anchor mark. Broken into five pieces and repaired. c.1755-60, 21.5cm.

A Chelsea botanical plate, painted in the Hans Sloane style with two large artichokes surrounded by fruit, red anchor mark. Broken into five pieces and repaired.

Dessert PlateChelsea Porcelain, 1759-1769The Victoria & Albert Museum

Dessert plate, Place of origin: Chelsea, England (made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Chelsea Porcelain factory (manufacturer) Materials and Techniques: Soft-paste porcelain, painted in enamels and gilt

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