Stunning English Royal Lancastrian set of eight pottery / earthenware plates of simple glaze and shape inspired by 18th Century Chinese ceramics. This mottled orange vermilion glaze was developed at Pilkington's Lancastrian Pottery, Clifton Junction, Manchester, England around 1905 by a team led by Abraham Lomax. The plates are marked on the underside with the Royal Lancastrian Tudor Rose impressed mark, Made In England and numbered 3266. Pilkington's Tile & Pottery Co. was run by Joseph Burton (1868-1934), an expert in Chinese ceramics, and his brother William (1863-1941), a chemist. Examples of Lancastrian pottery can be seen in the Victoria and Albert collection. In very good like new condition as shown. Shipped fully insured with tracking number.
Measurements: 8 1/4" diameter (21 cm approximately).
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