I have rarely seen a piece of the "Mogul" pattern in such excellent condition! Because it was enameled over the glaze, the pattern is often very worn...but not in this case. This soup plate shows no wear to the pattern. There are no chips, no cracks, no crazing, and no repairs. It rings when tapped.
The soup plate is 9-3/4" diameter and about 1-1/2" deep.
The early printed mark on the back of the piece 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..
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