This charming little child’s plate was produced in England during the 19th century, circa 1830 to 1840. The plate would have been produced for a child and features a transferware pattern depicting a girl playing in the fields. In the background we can see a village church with an ornate and unusual spire. See the same plate on page 8 of Noel Riley: Gifts For Good Children The History Of Children's China 1780-1890.
This is the perfect item for anyone who collects early nursery ware or has a passion of early 19th century ceramics. Please see our collection of child’s toy pottery listed separately in our store.
Measuring: Diameter 3.5 inch (9 cm).
Condition: Three stilt marks to the base rim from where the plates are stacked in the kiln.
This is the ideal country house antique.
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Circa 1830s Toy Plate, Transferware Girl and Church
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