Circa 1830s Toy Plate, Transferware Girl and ChurchCirca 1830s Toy Plate, Transferware Girl and ChurchCirca 1830s Toy Plate, Transferware Girl and ChurchCirca 1830s Toy Plate, Transferware Girl and Church

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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ITEM ID
TA12948
ITEM TYPE
Antique
STYLE
Miniature
COLOR
Black, White
TYPE
Pottery, Staffordshire
ORIGIN
England • English
PURPOSE
Plates

Circa 1830s Toy Plate, Transferware Girl and Church

$145


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