An early blue and white Staffordshire transferware platter produced by Robert Hamilton of Stoke circa 1820. It depicts a village scene with ruins, a waterfall and several figures with cows in the foreground circled by a floral border. Condition is pristine with no chips or cracks. There is fine age crazing and the usual factory mold and glaze irregularities characteristic of antique pottery. Except for the impressed number 16 the platter is unmarked.
Size approx. 16 3/4" by 12 1/2".
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