The mark on the back of this 10” Conway flow blue plate was used by New Wharf from 1890-94. New Wharf Pottery Co was located in Burslem, Staffordshire. The plate is in excellent condition; there are mold marks from the pour and a few sand marks, but that is to be expected since these were not intended to be high-end dishes. There is a rough place on the back which almost feels sticky. This plate came from an estate, and perhaps they had a sticker on it when selling. There are no chips, cracks or crazing; there are a few knife marks.
We have another Conway plate listed, but it has a lot more “flow” to the front side.
This would be a beautiful addition to your home décor or dinner table. Please contact us if you have any questions.
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