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.