E. Challinor & Co., Fenton Potteries, Staffordshire, operated from 1853-1862; subsequently operated as E. & C. Challinor from 1862-1891.
This wonderful ironstone mulberry transfer-ware plate, circa 1850's, is the "Panama" pattern. The central motif if a formal English country garden framed by flowering trees, featuring two ladies and a gentlemen in formal attire, castle and waterway fading into the distance hills. The wide border shows cartouches of country manors and geometric designs, separated by scrolls of bell-flower and leaf patterns.
The plate measures 10" across and is stamped "Panama" and "E Challinor & Co." There are no cracks or repairs; a darkened flake on the outer edge and some staining (see photos).
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