James Edwards, Dale Hall, Burslem, Staffordshire Potteries operated from 1842-1851; "& Son" was added to the name from 1851-1882.
The ironstone mulberry transfer-ware plate is the 'Bochara' pattern which was registered in 1847. The central chinoiserie motif features dogwood trees in full springtime bloom behind a pagoda on which two figures appear on the balcony. Two more figures appear on a bridge connecting the pagoda to the image of a large garden urn containing peonies in full bloom. The border of the twelve-sided plate had alternating patterns of flowers and geometric designs. The plate measures 9" across and is stamped "Bochara - J.E." and impressed "James Edwards". There are no cracks, chips or repairs.
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