The Adams Rose hand painted 9 inch dinner plate was made between 1829 and 1861. Based on the colors in this plate, I estimate it was made 1830-40. The flowers are a deep ruby red and the foliage is a solid grass green.
The scalloped edge has a raised beaded border. There is a piece of black frit on the front and a tiny cut on the edge shown in the enlarged photo. The early manufacture would often include frit and coal specks in the glaze. The overall condition is very good.
The back of the plate has an impressed II mark and the decorators mark.
Item ID: 7735.2
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