Masons Patent Ironstone Blue & White Platter, Turners WillowMasons Patent Ironstone Blue & White Platter, Turners WillowMasons Patent Ironstone Blue & White Platter, Turners WillowMasons Patent Ironstone Blue & White Platter, Turners WillowMasons Patent Ironstone Blue & White Platter, Turners WillowMasons Patent Ironstone Blue & White Platter, Turners Willow

Offered for sale is a large blue and white Mason's Patent Ironstone meat platter in hexagonal shape. The pattern is known as Turners Willow. The pattern first originated at the William & John Turner factory and was also known as Two Man Willow, circa 1820.

Charles James Mason registered his Patent Ironstone China trademark in 1813. Mr. Mason was an astute entrepreneur who had already been involved in the import of porcelain from China by the East India Company. When bulk imports basically stopped in the late 18th century, Mr. Mason turned his skills to the manufacture of ceramics in the "Chinese style." Ironstone, a dense opaque earthenware, lent itself well to decoration in the under-glaze blues as well as the over-glaze enamels. Mason's wares were an instant success and have remained highly desirable with collectors for almost 200 years. Their decorative patterns, many in a primitive Chinoiserie style, remain unsurpassed for their charm and earthy beauty.

The platter is in excellent condition, perfect for display.

Size: 19” Length by 15” Width.

Item ID: PS141012

Masons Patent Ironstone Blue & White Platter, Turners Willow

$570 USD

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