This transferware plate has an Irish scene, "Gracefield, Queen's County" shows a country house in a pastoral landscape. The border is of flowers and leaves. Backstamp has the pattern name, and there is an impressed William Adams "eagle" mark. Circa 1825-35.
According to Coysh, Gracefield house was designed by John Nash in 1817 for the Grace family, and Queen's County is currently named "Leix". I have left the paper labels on this plate (they would be easily removed by soaking), since they add some interest. They were placed there in 1914, and list family ownership of the plate.
Size: Approximately 10.375" diameter.
Condition: Excellent. No chips, cracks or repairs.
Note that I try to be conservative about condition descriptions, carefully noting any flaws. Of course, with antique items, there will be some signs of usage, and/or manufacturing defects. But overall, my customers have always been pleasantly surprised upon receiving their items, and of course, I would expect a return if I happen to miss anything.
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