This 15" charger has a very white background with deep blue transfer printing. The image is quite distinct and detailed, but would be considered flow blue. The bottom is marked with a maker's mark, Brown-Westhead, Moore & Co. Staffordshire Potteries. The pattern name, FIELD FLOWERS, and English registry mark dating the platter to 1882. There is also an impressed mark. The botanical design is quite exceptional. There are no chips or cracks, but there are several large glaze pops and pitting on the face of the the platter. This would still be a lovely display piece to be had at a bargain price.
Variety: Of Antiques & Collectibles. Pottery, China,- Pottery. Tins, Boxes, Paintings, Prints
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