Fantastic early nineteenth century soft past dinner plate, circa 1930's, decorated with the "Queen's Ware" pattern, sometimes referred to as the "Queen's Rose" pattern. The center of the plate is hand painted, above the glaze, with a large rose surrounded by other floral designs, in a pallet of crimson, pink, yellow, green and brown. The wide border is impressed with three bands of different geometric designs separated by two bands of copper lustre.
The plate measures 10" across and is impressed with an unidentified, impressed, "double circle" mark on the bottom. The Queen's Ware pattern has been attributed to and found stamped "Rogers". There are no cracks, chips or repairs; a small nick along the edge of the plate, insignificant in nature.
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