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A 19th century majolica dish in the shape of a begonia leaf, 8.25" long x 6.25" wide x 1 5/8" high at its highest point; these were originally used as pickle dishes but anything goes nowadays. The realistic drippy glaze colors include forest green, chocolate brown and yellow in the center, with a wide white rim. The back has some hand painted marks – a parenthesis with a dot and the number ‘42’.
In good usable or displayable condition, with a few apologies. There are several very small glaze flakes around the front rim, along with a chip and a faint hairline. This stable hairline is more visible on the back and there is one 5/8” chip to the foot rim.
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1880s Majolica Pickle Dish, Begonia Leaf Design