This is a lovely 19th C Staffordshire Porcelain Cabinet Plate with a hand painted view of "Fulham Church". The plate is pierced (reticulated) all around the serrated edge, and has raised turquoise "jewels". It is a bit over 8-3/4" in diameter.
It was very hard to photograph the color of the main border correctly. It is a soft, warm beige.
The plate is in very good condition. There are no chips, no cracks, and no repairs. There is wear to the gilding of the inner border surrounding the landscape painting. The plate rings when tapped.
The plate has no maker's mark. Hand written on the back in red is the name of the landscape: Fulham Church. The porcelain is very thick and heavy, and the plate weighs over 1 pound. I date this plate c. 1840 at the latest.
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