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A beautiful Flight, Barr and Barr Worcester plate from the desirable "Harlequin" service. The decoration features an exotic bird painted by Henry Stinton in a central reserve which is surrounded by a white field edged with gilded rococo scrollwork extending into the cavetto. The wide rim of the plate is in a pale blue decorated with multicolored butterflies and insects.
The reverse of the plate has the elaborate red mark which was used specifically during the 1813 to 1819 period.
The plate is in excellent condition with no issues. The white streaks shown in the main photo are due to reflections and not paint loss. The diameter of this wonderful piece is 8 3/4".
PLEASE NOTE: This piece is from the same service as the large sauce tureen offered as item p1104 on this site and might possibly be the under tray for the tureen.