London delft punch bowl made either for or to commemorate Richard Randall the celebrated Tenor, dated 1764

See No. 1193 in Dated English Delftware by Louis L. Lipski and Michael Archer, though it is definitely the bowl there is no illustration

Richard Randall, a singer living in the second half of the 18th century, was depicted on a Spode jug that bore the description: “Mr. Richd Randal, This celebrated Tenor Singer… was Born Septr. 1736…became a great favorite of his late Majesty King George the Second, by whose command he sung many solo Anthems…He is the only remaining Chorus Singer who assisted Mr. Handel.  at Covent Garden…and whose compositions he still performs with Wonderfull effect at the Age of Seventy Six’ It seems therefore that Randall was twenty-eight years old when the punch bowl was made.

Diameter: 10 ½” Height: 4 ⅛”

Condition: Breaks to the rim restored