This lovely little child’s nursery ware plate was produced in England during the 19th century, circa 1830. The plate features a transfer printed design titled ‘Charles & Harry.’

The text surround reads ‘Ellen, I cannot lend you this, I heard young Harry say “The ball is mine I tell you, Miss, With it you shall not play.’

The scene features the three children playing; the scene has some wonderful little details. Notice the little girl rolling her hoop, a popular game for children during the early 19th century. Notice also the large house behind the high wall. This is such a charming little item. We love the raised border depicting, dogs, chickens, horses and exotic birds.

This is one of the nicest pieces of nursery ware we have retailed. A true collector’s piece.

Reference: Plate 169 in ‘Gifts for good children’ by Noel Riley.

Please see our collection of scarce nursery ware plates listed separately in our store, each from a single owner English country estate sale.

Measuring: Diameter 5 inch (12.5 cm).

Condition: Excellent


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ITEM ID
TA13506
TYPE
Pottery, Staffordshire, Transferware, Unmarked
COLOR
Green, White
STYLE
Folk Art, Georgian, Victorian
ORIGIN
England • English
PURPOSE
Plates
ITEM TYPE
Antique

Trinity Antiques

RARE Small 19th Century Childs Nursery Plate, Transferware, Charles and Harry, Ellen, Children Playing, Dogs Horses Birds Circa 1830

$275

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