This is a set of four really nice light blue transferware 12 sided plates in a pattern called “Eon”. The scene on the plate is a rural scene with people and animals standing in a field near a stream. There are trees and large rocks in the foreground and a large windmill and buildings in the background. The border is also quite beautiful. There is a man and a woman with two horses and a building shown in three cartouches. Windmills appear in three other cartouches and each cartouche is separated by flowering vines.
The plates were manufactured by George Wooliscroft during February, 1857. The manufacturer’s mark is on the back.
There is some wear to the glaze around the edges of the plates, a few light stains on one plate and light crazing. Manufacturing anomalies do exist, the occasional tiny iron speck, dust bump and unevenness in the transfer, etc. There are no cracks or chips. Please be sure to look carefully at the pictures for condition.
The plates measure approximately 9 3/4” in diameter.
I have another one of these plates listed separately - please see item id RBAP-237.
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Four Light Blue Transferware Plates Eon Pattern by Wooliscroft C 1850