Porcelain produced at Chelsea in London in the eighteenth century is regarded by many as the apex of English ceramic art. Among the most treasured pieces of Chelsea are those decorated in the workshop of James Giles with his birds of “distinctly disheveled appearance.” Our Chelsea Bird pattern has been adapted from Giles’ originals in the Colonial Williamsburg collection.
Four plates, each featuring a different colorful bird,comprise this set of dessert plates. The motifs are the same as the dinner collection.
Each measures 8.5" diameter, sold as a set.