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by Stephen Mitchell


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Painted mark with Crown above crossed batons and D below.

William Duesbury fully acquired the famous Chelsea Works factory in 1770 and the Chelsea anchor mark and Derby ‘D’ were merged to form the Chelsea-Derby mark. Patch Period c1756-1765. Marks on the bases of early soft paste Derby figures indicate the points where supports were used to prevent the porcelain sticking during the firing of the glaze. Painted mark with Crown and D. Blue, Puce – 1782-1800 Red – 1806-1825. Painted mark with Crown above crossed batons and D below. Blue/Puce – 1782-1800 Red – 1806-1825. Large crown in red with large D below.

Sir Stephen George Mitchell QC (born 19 September 1941), styled The Hon. Mr Justice Mitchell, is a former judge of the . Stephen Mitchell, The Marks on Chelsea-Derby and Early Crossed-Batons Useful Wares, 1770–c1790, SGM Books, 2007, ISBN 55423-70-8. Mr Justice Mitchell, is a former judge of the High Court of England and Wales assigned to the Queen's Bench Division. Mitchell was born in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, the son of Sydney Mitchell and Joan Dick. He was educated at Bedford School and at Hertford College, Oxford  .

Sir Stephen George Mitchell QC, styled The Hon. Mr Justice Mitchell, is a former judge of the High Court of England .

Sir Stephen George Mitchell QC (born 1941), styled The Hon. Mr Justice Mitchell, is a former judge of the High Court . Born on 19 September 1941, Stephen Mitchell was educated at Bedford School and at Hertford College, Oxford. php?title Stephen Mitchell (judge)&oldid 626733011".

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Illustrated by Alasdair Morrison, Derby 1780-1786: The Useful Wares, plate 28. A teabowl and saucer from the same service is illustrated by Stephen Mitchell, The Marks on Chelsea-Derby and Early Crossed-Batons Useful Wares (2007), pl 15(ii)

Illustrated by Alasdair Morrison, Derby 1780-1786: The Useful Wares, plate 28. A teabowl and saucer from the same service is illustrated by Stephen Mitchell, The Marks on Chelsea-Derby and Early Crossed-Batons Useful Wares (2007), pl 15(ii). See Mitchell (op cit), p 22 and compare with the cup and saucer, lot (line 244), decorated in similar style but bearing a crown and D mark in puce and decorated at Derby. Mitchell was born in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, the son of Sydney Mitchell and Joan Dick, he was educated at Bedford School and at Hertford College, Oxford  .

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