Plate, earthenware, made by Bow China Works, England, c. 1760
A round, white earthenware plate with a scalloped edge and a cobalt blue ground. The white, central reserve is painted with a blue chinoiserie scene of a house, a pagoda, trees and a small figure in a boat. Around the edge are eight white reserves painted with blue chinoiserie scenes of flowers, pagodas and a moonlit lake. The white underside of the plate has three blue branch like decorations.
Mock oriental character mark on base in mottled overglaze blue
AGNSW accession number on base, handwritten in black ink, '8918'.
Round white paper label on base, handwritten in black ink, 'Worcester / 230'.
Blank rectangular white paper label