A really finely rendered Chinese export porcelain berry dish made for the American market, decorated in the well-known Quaker Farmer pattern with a farmer and his cow and calf in a landscape, and with two goats reclining beneath a tree. Painted so exactingly in grisaille that it virtually resembles a transfer print. The pattern after a drawing by Mary Hollingsworth-Morris of Philadelphia-one of the only original designs for American market porcelain that we know of. With a tiny spot of stacking wear and a 1″ rim line sealed, otherwise very good condition. 6 1/4″ in diameter. Circa 1810.