Antique Early 19th Century Creamware Plate Early Adams Rose Pattern English Circa 1815
This traditional English creamware plate was produced in the early 19th century. It was produced in Staffordshire, England by William Adams circa 1815. The hand painted Rose pattern features vibrant pink, green and unusual black decoration to the rim. The base of the plate is marked with a rare circular impressed mark to the center, with stilt marks visible around the edge from where it was stacked in the kiln.
Measuring: Diameter 8.75” (22 cm). Height 1” (2.5 cm).
The plate is in excellent condition being free from damage and restoration. There is missing glaze to the central painted leaves, this happened during the manufacturing process. This plate makes an excellent display piece for an old or modern home as it looks fabulous displayed on a dresser.
If you collect early 19th century English pottery or original antique folk art then this is the perfect item for you.
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