Done all in blue on white, this small character plate resembles Delft ware and has the same charm. The subject is a game keeper sitting on a bench in a pub. His hat and shoulder pack are on the bench beside him and his rifle leans against the wall. His feet in buckled shoes rest on the cobbled floor and a fire blazes in a large fireplace in the background. There’s a small cartouche at the bottom of the picture with Game Keeper written in blue. Plate measures 4 ¼” in diameter x 5/8” high.
Mark on back is Enoch Wedgwood (Tunstall) Ltd arched over a unicorn head with England / Trade Mark / Founded in 1835. This mark was used by Enoch Wedgwood from 1965-1980 (The Potteries). Condition is excellent with no flaws, chips, cracks, scratches or crazing.
We have two more plates in this series and will be happy to combine postage should you wish to purchase more than one.
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