Nothing better for your English Country Manor look than some green majolica plates on a rack or on a rail above your dining room window - and here's one you're sure to want. Thisis a wonderful old English majolica plate in quite fine shape (note images), and in that fabulous green that goes with everything. Rushing to get things listed, I haven't taken the time to look up the exact pattern, maker or dates, but we'll welcome your input if you're taking the time to look up the date of the marks for us. Thanks! A fine plate - wonderful as salad plates atop your other English china or paired as you see them here, with fine antique imari plates. Lots of photos to show you exactly what this one looks like. The old molds for these are glorious and flowing natural leaf-scapes, with a decidedly Chinoise feel to the pattern, making them perfect to put with imari, I think. The emerald green glaze, fired to melting, has given the rises and pattern depth with light and shade created by it's thickness. GREAT look! And inexpensive! You're getting 1 in this listing.
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