Judaica Seder Pesach Passover Transferware Plate
Ridgway Staffordshire 1924
This beautiful Judaica tableware set was made by Ridgway in the Staffordshire region of London in the 1920s. Transfer printed in black, the plate measure just under 10 inches in diameter. Registration number 699855. In the manner of a traditional Seder plate for Pesach or Passover, decorated with the image of a pascal lamb with small reserves and text in Hebrew and English, containing each of the symbolic foods for the Passover seder, encircled with a prayer over the food.
The plate is dated 1924 and was manufactured by Ridgway a pottery in Staffordshire England. The plate were made for sale by each of two London retailers, Bardinger and Tepper. Tepper and Bardiger were Ukrainian Jews who emigrated to London and set up shops well known for, among other things, beautiful Passover china.
The plate is in great condition with no chips cracks or repairs. Minimal utensil wear. Probably used primarily as decorative cabinet plates. A stunning gift to celebrate Passover and the joy of Spring.
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