Dating from the late C18th./early C19th., it stands 5 inches (12.7cms) high.
There is minor wear to the gilding. It is very good condition with no frits, chips or cracks.
Dating form c.1800, it measures 6 inches (15.1 cm) across.
There is wear to the rim gilding. It is in otherwise very good condition.
For similar dishes see:-
Christies Amsterdam May 2001 lot 333
Sothebys, New York Oct 2000, The Mottadeh sale lot 317 .
Dating from the mid C19th., it stands 4 1/8inches (10.5 cms) high.
It is in very good condition.
Dating from the 2nd half of the C18th., it stands 5 1/4inches (13.3 cms) high with lid.
The handle has a firing fault and some wear to the gilding. As mentioned, the lid is a close match, but not original (Someone has retouched the knop in gold paint but it is not damaged.)
Dating from c1800, it stands 4 5/8 inches high.
There is a miniscule frit to the spout and a miniscule fault on the footrim.
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