Porringer, decorated in brown, blue and green on a cream ground. At centre of hollow a motif formed of short lines in all three colours radiating from a central brown dot. Between this and the border are four sets of lines parallel to the edge shortening towards the centre spaced at intervals round the porringer. Between these are sets of patterning in brown also directed towards the centre of the dish. The porringer has a border of two concentric brown lines between which are pairs of short brown lines all the way round.

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