George Wooliscroft operated on Well Street, circa 1851; HIgh Street, circa 1853; Sandyford Potteries, circa 1860-1864, Tunstall; Staffordshire Potteries, circa 1851-1853 & 1860-1864. Printed marks with type of ware, name of pattern and GF. Wooliscroft (with one or two 'l"'s).
This lovely ironstone, blue transfer-ware dinner plate is the "Eon" pattern. The central motif is a country scene with windmill, other buildings, trees and people. The wide border consists of six cartouches of either a windmill or buildings, people and animals. The plate is gently contoured with twelve sides and measures 9 3/8" across. The back is stamped with the English Registry mark, "Ironstone" and a portion of "G Wooliscroft". There are no cracks chips or repairs; some light staining on the backside.
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