Charger, William III

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  • Bristol, England
  • ca. 1695
  • Tin-glazed earthenware (delft)
  • 1963-168

This charger is painted with the mirror image of the Charles I portrait used to represent several monarchs on delft (see CWF accession 1968-625). The initials indicate, in spite of the goatee, that the charger represents William IlI. The Bristol attribution is based on the form and the decoration.

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