Here is a very unique and uncommon wall hanging unmarked charger by D.F.Haynes (Chesapeake Pottery) of Baltimore Maryland. This late 1800s charger is depicting a scene from Charles Dickens "David Copperfield" in which Mrs. Micawber comments that "I may have a conviction, that Mr. Micawber's manner peculiarly qualify him for the Banking business". Beneath the left hand seated man is the words "after C. D. Gibson, an illustrator of that time period. This charger measures approx. 13" across, has an embossed scrolled gold painted rim colored red with a light green main background. The charger is in very good condition with no damage and only expected color fade, crazing, staining and discoloration. We are happy to accept lay-a-ways! We require a non-refundable 25% deposit within 10 days, and the balance to be paid in full within 30-60 days.
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