This Large Floral Platter with Wild Roses from England 1886-1936 is one of the lovely platters bought recently from an Estate sale. It is a Large Serving Platter in the “Flora” design on Ivory earthenware or pottery, made by Keeling, in Burslem, Staffordshire, England between 1886 and 1936. It features a really lovely deign of wild hedge roses, and other flowers and vines, in soft shaded blue on an attractive Ivory ground, accented with a hand gilded, scalloped rim. This lovely platter measures 15 3/4" long, by 12 3/4" wide, and 1 3/8 deep, and is well marked. It is in excellent condition, except for one very small stain on the rim, I do not think it was ever used. Please be sure to click on photo for enlargement and more pictures so that you can really enjoy this lovely piece. Thank you for shopping with us and please take a minute or two to check out some of our other treasures, and come back to browse anytime, you are always welcome.
Item ID: a 1962