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Date: 1787

Media: soft-paste porcelain

Size: h(cm) : 5 x l(cm) : 27 x w(cm) : 21.1,h(cm) : 5 x

Acquired: 2012; Purchase

Accession Number: NMW A 39410

This dish is part of a thirty-seven piece dessert service commissioned by the Cardiganshire landowner, Thomas Johnes (1748-1816). It cost £63 and was the most expensive of its kind produced at Derby during the late eighteenth century. Each piece was painted with a view of the newly-built house and picturesque landscape at Johnes's estate at Hafod.
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