Attractive English Sunderland luster plaque with a transfer print of historical interest.
The trasfer print shows the ship "Duke of Wellington," which went into service for the British Royal Navy in 1853. At the time, the early steam powered ship was said to be the most powerful warship in the world.
The plaque has a raised floral border, colored in orange lustre glaze, which is quite worn.
The transfer print has hand coloring in orange lustre, red, blue and green.
There is a 1 3/4" hairline extending from one of the hanging holes down to the line going up to the flag, and a smaller hairline on the bottom rim.
The plaque measure 9 3/8" x 8 1/4" x 1 1/2".
Early American antiques, Folk Art, early Pottery and Porcelain
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