Nursery Rhyme Plate, A & S, Arcadian China, Stroke-on-Trent, 1904-1924

This darling plate retains all of its beautiful, vivid, hand-painting, and depicts the famous English nursery rhyme published in 1784 connected with the town of Banbury in the U.K.

"Ride a Cock Horse to Banbury Cross... To see a Fine Lady Upon a White Horse"

It bears the mark used from 1904-1924 by A. & S. (Arkinstall & Sons), Stroke-on-Trent, Arcadian. Measures 7 1.4" in diameter. Mint condition.

Item ID: L0103

$115 USD

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Nini Lyons & Martha Carver, Cape Cod, MA   

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