This pretty plate was made by T. Furnival & Sons in Cobridge, Staffordshire sometime between 1871 and 1890. The pattern features a vase, a tree, a peony and a fence. It is much easier to find this pattern in blue transferware.
The plate is 8-1/4" in diameter. It has no chips, no cracks, and no crazing. There is one small pit mark on the front at about the 2 o'clock point. There are utensil marks and some wear to the inner part of the plate. It displays nicely.
It is marked on the back with the printed garter mark and the pattern name "Ceylon" a printed 15, and impressed 13, and an impressed word which is illegible.
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