Staffordshire Flow Blue Transferware Plate in the Oriental Pattern by Thomas Fell features an exotic scene with people in the foreground, trees, mountains, and buildings, antique circa 1817-30. The border has alternating scenes of buildings and floral decoration. This lovely deep dish plate measures 9 inches diameter and is marked with an impressed F and the number 8 dating it to 1817-30. The condition is very good with no chips, cracks or repairs. There are stipple marks on the bottom along with signs of normal use. The top surface is shiny and light surface marks may be seen when inspected closely and held in the light. This does not affect the pattern in any way. This lovely plate is ready to use in a table service or display on a wall, mantle, or table. It would make a lovely decorating accent piece in any home décor. As a note of interest, Thomas Fell produced ceramics at St. Peter’s Pottery, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland from 1817 to 1890.
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