This unmarked dinner plate (9-1/2"), can be firmly identified as Minton, thanks to the five pages devoted to "Hermit" pattern
in Priestman's "Illustrated Guide to Minton Printed Pottery".

Although the pattern was made by several other potters, he notes that only the Minton version has 7 birds in the sky and the lack of a "solid" pillar on the left corner of the main building. This plate is shown on page 52, plate 4.5.

We have two of this plates available. Both are in excellent condition. There are no chips, no cracks, no crazing and no repairs on either plate. Both plates ring when tapped. Both have 3 stilt marks on the back, a blue number "2", and slight utensil marks.

The price shown is for a single plate.


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ITEM ID
21106
CREATOR
Minton
ITEM TYPE
Antique
PURPOSE
Plates
COLOR
Blue, White
TYPE
Pottery, Transferware
ORIGIN
England • English

Owen's Antiques

Antique Minton Pearlware Plate, "Hermit" or "Bridgeless Chinoiserie", Georgian c. 1815

$125 ea.

Quantity available: 2

    Specialist Dealer in Early 19th Century English China
    Specializing in Georgian Period Tablewares: Spode, Wedgwood, Coalport, Mason's, Worcester, Derby, Minton, Davenport, etc.

    Gold

    since 2003

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    Owen's Antiques


    Barbara Gay Jungemann
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    Vashon Island , WA This Shop is rated Gold - 100 or more sales Gold Ruby Lane Exclusive since 2003