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Beilby, William (enameller) [ULAN info: English enameller 1740-1819]
uncertain probably (maker)
Lead glass, the bucket bowl painted in blue, red, buff, and white enamels, and gilt. On the front, are the the Royal Arms of England, and on reverse the Prince of Wales' feathers, and the inscription 'W.Beilby Junr. N'Castle, Invt & Pinxt'. The rim is gilded. Opaque white twist columnar stem and plain foot.
Newcastle-upon-Tyne (enameller) (place)
England (enameller) (country)
Newcastle-upon-Tyne (maker) (place) ()
England (maker) (country)
bowl blown, with enamelled decoration
height: (whole): 21.0
circa 1762 to 1765
D. H. Beves Bequest
C.570-1961 (Applied Arts)