The low pattern number of this Derby dinner plate indicates that it is an eighteenth-century design, and this is an eighteenth-century shape, but the red mark indicates that it was made in the early nineteenth century. It is decorated in the center with small flower sprigs in a French style often called Rose Barbeaux and has a weaving stream of gilt leaves on the rim with additional small polychrome flowers. The rim is softly molded. It is very attractive and in fine condition, with only slight wear to the high points of the gilt line around the well. It is nine inches across.


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ITEM ID
C86
TYPE
Bone China, Ceramics, Decorative, Hand Made, Hand Painted, Porcelain
COLOR
White
CREATOR
Royal Crown Derby
STYLE
George II , Georgian
PURPOSE
Plates
ITEM TYPE
Antique

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Early 19th Century Derby Rose Barbeaux Plate Pattern 287 British Porcelain

$165

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