This gorgeous little plate was made in Georgian England, circa 1830. The plate features a scarce design of a lovely red/sepia transfer print depicting a little girl picking flowers in the gardens of a country estate. We absolutely love the raised border; notice the dogs, the birds in the trees, the hare running through the fields and the yellow moth. This is the perfect item for anyone who loves early nursery ware or transferware.

We have a passion for early nursery-ware, and have been lucky to acquire a single owner collection from an English estate.

Measuring: Diameter 4 7/8 inch (12.5 cm).

Reference variation on scene plate 145 in ‘Gifts For Good Children’ by Noel Riley.

Condition: Hairline to rim.

Shipping: FREE USA and UK Tracked postage.


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ITEM ID
TA13491
TYPE
Pottery, Staffordshire, Transferware, Unmarked
COLOR
Green, Red, White, Yellow
STYLE
Folk Art, Georgian
ORIGIN
England • English
PURPOSE
Plates
ITEM TYPE
Antique

Trinity Antiques

19th Century Children’s Plate, Girl Flower Picker, Spaniel Dog Border Circa 1830 AF

$175


    Unique, quality antiques direct from The Cotswolds, England for sustainable home interiors.
    Curated with love. Celebrating 11 wonderful years on Ruby Lane and Platinum shop status.

    Platinum

    since 2011

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    Victoria Clark
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    The Cotswolds , England , UK This Shop is rated Platinum - 1,000 or more sales Platinumsince 2011

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