A rare and most unusual English Creamware Dessert Dish with a Red grape leaf and cluster edge decoration. Scalloped shape of the dish is very pleasing and blue or green decorated pieces are relatively common. The red, however, is rare. This dish is 9 ¾" x 7" x 1 ¾" and dates to the first half of the 19th Century, probably c. 1830. It is not marked, but has the look and feel of Wedgwood creamware. Excellent condition: no chips, cracks, lines, restorations, etc. Some very slight edge rubbing of the red from use in a couple of places and some underglaze kiln dust on the bottom at one end. A very handsome dish that shows off your chocolate bon-bons to perfection. See another of my Shop on Ruby Lane for a similarly decorated arcaded plate.