A Very Rare Example of a Derby Cabinet Deep Scalloped Oval Dish painted by renowned Eighteenth Century Porcelain Artist Zachariah Boreman, last quarter of the Eighteenth Century.
The entire main central area painted in monochrome depicts a Derbyshire scene of a large Farmhouse surrounded by large trees with a man at front holding his dog. The gilt wavy rim above a decorative scrolling gilt detail.
Condition: Exceptionally good condition for such an early piece, no restoration or losses. Base mark as shown in final image.
Width: 12.25" (31cm). Depth: 1.5" (4cm). Height: 9.75" (24.75cm).
Zachariah Boreman 1738-1810 was originally a Chelsea Artist, he moved to Derby Porcleain in 1783 following the purchase of the Chelsea factory by William Duesbury. He specialised in landscape vignettes of Derbyshire England.
Ref. Derby Porcelain – John Twitchett plate 178.