Have you seen this early pattern before? It is quite scarce. The pattern is also known as "Landscape in a Scroll", and "Scroll Landscape". A later version was done in much stronger colors.
The mark on the back, A rounded Crown with the words "PATENT IRONSTONE CHINA" is by G. M. & C. J. Mason. Note the lack of the "Mason's" name. This early printed mark is shown in Godden's "Mason's Patent Ironstone China: The Illustrated Guide" on page 46. He dates the use of this mark to c. 1813-15..
This small dish or undertray is 9" x 6". It is in excellent condition. There are no chips, no cracks, and no repairs. It rings when tapped.
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