The Warwick China Company, Wheeling, West Virginia, was organized in 1887 for the manufacture of dinner china and later hotel china. Various marks were used throughout its existence, including the helmet and crossed swords, Warwick Semi-Porcelain and Warwick China. The company closed in 1951.
This beautiful blue transfer-ware plate has a central motif of a Delft-type scene of country manor with a stream and small boat in the foreground. The plate has a scalloped, brushed gold edge with embossed scrolls surrounding the border. The border is adorned with blue floral and trailing foliage. The plate measures 10 1/2" across and is stamped "Warwick China", circa early late 1800's to early 1900's. There are no cracks or repairs; several flakes along the back-side of the edge (see photos) and age related crazing. A lovely plate for serving or decor.