This lovely plate is handpainted with underglaze cobalt blue and overglaze enamels of green, pink, red-orange, turquoise, yellow and gold. It dates c.1820 and was made by John Rose & Co. of Coalport. It is 8-5/8" (21.9 cm) in diameter.
The condition is good. It has overall crazing and some light brown toning or discolorations because of this. There are no cracks, but there is a teeny chip on the back edge which I have a very bad photo of. The plate does not ring when tapped. The brownish tone does not show up well in my photos, but is obvious when placed next to a matching plate without the crazing.
This plate has Godden's mark 944, an impressed 9, used by John Rose circa 1820.
Item ID: 9002
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