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Early 19th Century Plate by Hilditch & Son Staffordshire Oriental Musicians

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This is a porcelain plate or bowl by the Staffordshire pottery of Hilditch & Son and dating to early in the 19th century, circa 1825. The charming pattern is called Oriental Musicians and is a Chinoiserie influenced design showing two young figures playing instruments either side of a large vase of flowers with an attendant to one side who is holding a parasol. The pattern outline is printed in light grey and then hand painted over-glaze in bold bright enamels including a pink lustre, all inside a pink lustre circle around the inner rim. Hilditch and Son of Church Street, Lane End, Staffordshire only operated between 1822 and 1830 and not much is known about the company. This plate would make a lovely and unusual wedding or anniversary gift because of the arrangement of the charming pattern. Pieces by Hilditch are often unmarked and this plate has no markings to the base apart from a painters mark at the side rim. However a cup and saucer in exactly the same pattern and style is recorded with a Hilditch crown mark.

Details

  • Materials and Techniques
  • Condition
    Good
  • Condition Details
    NO Damage, NO Restoration Some kiln grit in the glaze and slight glaze run in places - all from the time of manufacture. Please see images.
  • Wear
    Wear consistent with age and use.
  • Dimensions
    H 1.38 in. x Dm 8 in.H 3.51 cm x Dm 20.32 cm
  • Diameter
    8 in. (20.32 cm)
  • Seller Location
    Lincoln, GB
  • Seller Reference Number
    P 1265
  • Reference Number
    LU990313465562
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