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Tin-glazed earthenware dessert plate, painted in enamels, made by Sceaux pottery factory, France, about 1770-1780

Plain circular plate without moulded rim, the centre painted in enamels with an old peasant woman seated drinking at a rustic table, in the rim a tub, a bench, and a jar and bottle leaning against a plank, the rim picked out in pink (now chipped)