This charming miniature pottery plate was produced in Staffordshire, England during the early 19th century circa 1820. The Plate is of toy proportions and features a sepia transferware pattern depicting a pipe smoker in a rural setting. This would make the perfect accessory for a larger doll, or the perfect item for anyone who collects Georgian pottery and porcelain.
One of a pair as seen in the final image, each sold separately.
Measuring: Width 2.75 inch (7.2 cm).
Condition: Good, free of chips or cracks. For accuracy there is a glaze imperfection to one of the outer edges where it has touched another item in the kiln.
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