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A handsome 18th Century Whieldon Creamware Dinner plate, 9 ¼" in diameter, decorated with mottled green, black (and a couple of other colors) glaze on the top side and brown mottling on the back. The plate has a scalloped, coggled edge with a simple double line. It dates c. 1770. Condition is very good for a plate approaching its 250th potted date. The glaze is shiny (only very minor utensil wear) and the colors good. There are 2 tiny and shallow edge chips (both about 1/8" diameter), an a faint hairline (about 1 ¾") in from the edge (very hard to find and I'm not sure how it will photograph). No other chips, cracks, or repairs (I dare say, we all should be so lucky when we are 240 years old). No maker's marks.
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