A lovely pair of antique (circa 1830-1840s) Staffordshire, Transferware Plates. The Plates were made by Enoch Wood and the pattern is called "Venetian Scenery". The plates are signed on the back "Celtic China, Venetian Scenery". Celtic China was a trade name used by Wood to indicate that some elements of his clay formula came from Wales. The plates each measure 9" in diameter. Both are in very good overall condition. The only thing to note is a small nick on each, see closeup photo. Both Plates are being offered for one price.
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Pair c1830s Staffordshire Transferware Plates, Venetian Scenery, Enoch Wood