Early 8” English Creamware Plate, Marked Turner w/ Purple Edge and Trailing Vine Border, c. 1800Early 8” English Creamware Plate, Marked Turner w/ Purple Edge and Trailing Vine Border, c. 1800Early 8” English Creamware Plate, Marked Turner w/ Purple Edge and Trailing Vine Border, c. 1800Early 8” English Creamware Plate, Marked Turner w/ Purple Edge and Trailing Vine Border, c. 1800Early 8” English Creamware Plate, Marked Turner w/ Purple Edge and Trailing Vine Border, c. 1800Early 8” English Creamware Plate, Marked Turner w/ Purple Edge and Trailing Vine Border, c. 1800

A crisp and clean 8" English Creamware Plate, marked Turner, and dating c. 1790-1800 (Turner went out of business in 1806). The plate has a rare Purple Edge and a hand-painted (underglaze enamel) trailing vine border. It is an early example, very delicately potted, with a foot rim. Virtually identical to a similar example on my Ruby Lane site that is marked Wedgwood. The plate it in excellent condition: there are no chips, cracks, lines or restorations, the edge color is strong and the vine and leaf decoration complete. It is not common to find a piece of marked “Turner” creamware.

Item ID: WPA 652

Early 8” English Creamware Plate, Marked Turner w/ Purple Edge and Trailing Vine Border, c. 1800

$175 USD

Add to Cart
Questions about this item?
Email Shop

3 other shoppers have this item in their Cart or Wish List


West Pelham Antiques


Michael Weinberg
Pelham, MA   

Member since 2006

calculating shipping...
140 character limit

More from West Pelham Antiques