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Les Ottomans "The Peacock Design" Large Porcelain Plate by Matthew Williamson
By Les Ottomans, Matthew Williamson
Located in ROCCAVIVARA CB, IT
Matthew Williamson one of the most well-known fashion designers has created a tabletop and textile collection for Les-Ottomans. Colors is a must in all Williamsons’ designs as well as the peacock’s references that are here revealed in several new and original patterns. This listing shows his magnificent multi-color peacock porcelain...
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21st Century and Contemporary Modern English Dinner Plates

Materials

Porcelain, Paint

Les Ottomans "The Peacock Design" Small Porcelain Plate by Matthew Williamson
By Matthew Williamson, Les Ottomans
Located in ROCCAVIVARA CB, IT
Matthew Williamson one of the most well known fashion designer has created a tabletop and textile collection for Les-Ottomans. Colors is a must in all Williamsons’ designs as well as the peacock’s references that are here revealed in several new and original patterns. This listing shows his magnificent multi-color peacock porcelain...
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21st Century and Contemporary Modern English Dinner Plates

Materials

Porcelain, Paint

Machin Set of 6 Plates, Moustache Shape, White with Flowers, ca 1825
By Machin
Located in London, GB
This is a beautiful set of 6 dessert plates made by Machin around 1825, which is known as the Regency period. The items have the famous "moustache" moulding picked out in gilt, a sim...
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1820s Regency Antique English Dinner Plates

Materials

Porcelain

19th Century Majolica Red Green Begonia Leaf Plate, England
Located in Haddonfield, NJ
English Majolica Red and Green Ceramic Begonia Leaf Plate, circa 1890 Highly collectable Majolica Begonia Plate in green and red glazed ceramic ...
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1890s Rustic Antique English Dinner Plates

Materials

Ceramic

10 Ovington New York Gilt Dinner Plates
By Ovington Brother At New York
Located in Norwood, NJ
Set of 10 Crescent & Sons heavily gilt porcelain dinner plates retailed by Ovington Bros. Co. New York. White porcelain with large gilt edge borde...
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20th Century Beaux Arts English Dinner Plates

Materials

Gold

Porcelain plates by Wedgwood with Florentine Turquoise Rim, 1960s
By Wedgewood
Located in Delft, NL
Porcelain plates by Wedgwood with Florentine Turquoise Rim, 1960s Porcelain plates set by Wedgwood with the pattern Florentine Turquoise colored rim, Prestige collection Circa 1967...
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20th Century English Dinner Plates

Materials

Porcelain

19th Century Set of Mason's Plates
By Mason's Ironstone
Located in High Point, NC
19th century set of four English ironstone plates, signed Mason's over a crown and banner. The plates are transfer decorated in a pattern of florals ...
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19th Century Victorian Antique English Dinner Plates

Materials

Ironstone

Georgian Mason's Ironstone Small Platter (B) in Basket Japan Pattern, Ca 1818
By Mason's Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is an early Mason's Ironstone pottery small rectangular platter, hand painted in the very decorative basket Japan pattern, produced by the Mason's factory at Lane Delph, Staffor...
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Early 19th Century Georgian Antique English Dinner Plates

Materials

Ironstone

Mason's Ashworth's Ironstone Large Dinner Plate in Flying Bird Pattern, Ca 1900
By Ashworth Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a good Mason’s ironstone large dinner plate produced at the time when Mason's was owned and controlled by George L Ashworth and Brothers after the bankruptcy of C J Mason in 1848. This large plate is decorated in a the striking chinoiserie pattern called "Flying Bird" pattern, as illustrated on Page 121 of "A Guide to Mason's Patent Ironstone Patterns" published by The Mason's Collectors' Club. The pattern would have been transfer printed then boldly hand enameled with good detail. The plate also has a mid-brown / ochre hand painted outer rim simulating the Chinese plates of the time and earlier periods. The base carries a blue transfer printed mark Ashworth Brothers...
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Early 20th Century Chinoiserie English Dinner Plates

Materials

Ironstone

Set of Five Spode Chinoiserie Dessert Dishes Peacock Pattern, England ca. 1820
By Spode
Located in Katonah, NY
This set of five dessert dishes in the "Peacock" pattern was made by Spode circa 1820. The dishes feature two birds in a flower filled garden. The wide border is decorated with flowe...
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Early 19th Century Chinoiserie Antique English Dinner Plates

Materials

Ironstone

Early 19th Century Pearlware Dinner Plate Blue and White, Staffordshire
By Staffordshire
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a beautiful early plate in a printed blue and white chinoiserie pattern and made of a type of earthenware pottery called pearlware, in the very early 19th century, by one of ...
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Early 19th Century Chinoiserie Antique English Dinner Plates

Materials

Pearlware

Set of Four Spode New Stone Plates
Located in Wilson, NC
Set of four Spode ''NEW STONE'' plates, the rim with dimpled edges, border decorated with stylized flowers and foliage , center with similar motifs on a larger scale as well as a d...
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1820s Antique English Dinner Plates

Materials

Ironstone

A set of twelve dinner plates by Royal Doulton, a renowned English ceramic mfg.
By Royal Doulton
Located in Lambertville, NJ
This set of twelve dinner plates are Royal Doulton, a renowned English ceramic and home accessories manufacturer. The mark on the back indicates they were made in England and sold th...
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Early 20th Century English Dinner Plates

Materials

Ceramic

12 Tiffany & Co Cauldon China Gold Plated White Porcelain 10 3/4" Dinner Plates
By Tiffany & Co.
Located in Pasadena, CA
Elevate your dining experience with this exquisite set of twelve Tiffany & Co. Cauldon China dinner plates. Each plate, measuring 10 3/4 inches in diameter, showcases the timeless el...
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Mid-20th Century Art Deco English Dinner Plates

Materials

Porcelain

Set of Six Wedgwood Yellow Plates
By Wedgwood
Located in New York, NY
Set of six Wedgwood yellow plates. Six vintage creamware shallow bowls/plates in "Cane" yellow with impressed and stamped marks for Wedgwood. England...
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Mid-20th Century English Dinner Plates

Materials

Creamware

Set 6 Chinoiserie Dinner Plates and 6 Soup Dishes Peacock Pattern England C-1820
By Spode
Located in Katonah, NY
This set of six dinner plates and six matching soup dishes in Spode's "Peacock" pattern was made by Copeland Spode circa 1880. The "Peacock" pattern was first made by Spode circa 182...
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1880s Antique English Dinner Plates

Materials

Ironstone

Green and White English Plates
Located in Tampa, FL
A pair of 19th century plates from England. They are marked pearl on the back. The color is fantastic probably from a dessert set.
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1890s Antique English Dinner Plates

Materials

Porcelain

Set of Eleven Minton Porcelain Ball Dinner Plates Made for T. Goode LTD, London
By Minton
Located in Boston, MA
This is an exquisite set of eleven Minton Porcelain Ball dinner plates. They have a beautiful gold and white arabesque decoration of flowers with...
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1950s Rococo Vintage English Dinner Plates

Materials

Porcelain

Chinese Style English Pearlware Plates
Located in Tampa, FL
A pair of 1800s English pearlware Chinese style, blue and white octagon shape plates. old descriptions on back from a dealer years ago.
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Early 1800s Antique English Dinner Plates

Materials

Porcelain

Davenport Imari Dinner Plate
Located in Tampa, FL
19th century Imari pattern dinner plate by Davenport. Wonderful deep blue, gold, red and green florals on white. Sixteen available.
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1890s Antique English Dinner Plates

Materials

Porcelain

Set of 8 Aesthetic Movement Green Majolica Wedgwood Sunflower Plates
By Wedgwood
Located in Fort Lauderdale, FL
Set of 8 Aesthetic Movement green majolica glazed dinner plates in the ‘Sunflower’ pattern by Wedgwood, made circa 1880. The sunflower, alongside the calla lily and peacock feather,...
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Late 19th Century Aesthetic Movement Antique English Dinner Plates

Materials

Earthenware, Majolica, Pottery

19th Century English Oyster Plate with Flowers Adderley
By Adderley Ware
Located in Austin, TX
19th century English oyster plate with flowers Adderley ware.
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1880s Victorian Antique English Dinner Plates

Materials

Ceramic

BURTONDALE POTTERY - Imari Pattern Bone China Dinner Plate - U.K. - 20th Century
Located in Chatham, ON
BURTONDALE POTTERY - Vintage Derbyshire Imari pattern bone china dinner plate - elaborate gilt decoration over blue and orange hand painted oriental pattern - old English antique dea...
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Mid-20th Century Victorian English Dinner Plates

Materials

Ceramic

Antique Brightly Polished Pewter Plate, English, C.1800
Located in St Annes, Lancashire
Lovely highly polished pewter plate. Evidence of a rubbed touchmark on the underside. London maker The pewter has been polished to its original shine to imitate polished silver. It...
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Late 18th Century Georgian Antique English Dinner Plates

Materials

Pewter

WEDGWOOD - Embossed Ceramic Grape Leaf Luncheon Plate - U.K. - Circa 1950's
By Wedgwood
Located in Chatham, ON
WEDGWOOD - Vintage embossed ceramic grape leaf luncheon plate - embossed mark and green back stamp - United Kingdom - circa 1950's. Excellent / mint vintage condition - no loss - no...
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Mid-20th Century Victorian English Dinner Plates

Materials

Ceramic

Set of SIX Mason's Dinner Plates Ashworth's Ironstone Large, Circa 1865
By Ashworth Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
These are a beautiful set of SIX Large Dinner Plates by Mason's ironstone made during the mid-19th century, when Mason's was owned by Ashworth Brothers...
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Mid-19th Century Victorian Antique English Dinner Plates

Materials

Ironstone

Minton Dessert Service, Inverted Shell White with Monochrome Flowers, ca 1830
By Minton
Located in London, GB
This is a stunning dessert service made by Minton probably around the year 1830, in their "second period". The service consists of a high footed centre piece, two square dishes, two ...
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1830s Rococo Revival Antique English Dinner Plates

Materials

Porcelain

Les Ottomans "The Moon Design" Large Porcelain Plate by Matthew Williamson
By Les Ottomans, Matthew Williamson
Located in ROCCAVIVARA CB, IT
Matthew Williamson one of the most well-known fashion designer has created a tabletop and textile collection for Les-Ottomans. Colors is a must in all Williamsons’ designs as well as the peacock’s references that are revealed in several new and original patterns. This listing shows his magnificent multi-color moon porcelain plate. Matthew Williamson is an award-winning British designer renowned for his use of kaleidoscopic color, intricate patterns and designs inspired by nature and travel. A graduate from the prestigious Central Saint Martins College, Matthew Williamson showed his critically-acclaimed debut catwalk collection ‘Electric Angels’ in 1997. In recent years, Matthew’s design DNA has translated seamlessly into interiors. Interior design commissions include the courtyard garden at Blakes Hotel in London, the bridal suite at Aynhoe Park, Oxfordshire and Suite 67 at Belmond La Residencia. His range of branded products in the luxury lifestyle and interiors arena includes wallpapers and fabrics with Osborne...
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21st Century and Contemporary Modern English Dinner Plates

Materials

Porcelain, Paint

Les Ottomans "The Moon Design" Small Porcelain Plate by Matthew Williamson
By Les Ottomans, Matthew Williamson
Located in ROCCAVIVARA CB, IT
Matthew Williamson one of the most well known fashion designer has created a tabletop and textile collection for Les-Ottomans. Colors is a must in all Williamsons’ designs as well as...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Modern English Dinner Plates

Materials

Porcelain, Paint

English Majolica Leaf Plate, circa 1890
Located in Austin, TX
Antique English Majolica leaf shape plate, circa 1890.   
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1890s Victorian Antique English Dinner Plates

Materials

Ceramic

4 Royal Worcester Hand Painted Fruit, Artist Signed Sebright Dessert Plates
By Royal Worcester
Located in Great Barrington, MA
These extraordinary Royal Worcester cabinet/dessert plates are each hand-painted with fruit subjects and artist signed, Richard Sebright, known as one of the best fruit painters of h...
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1910s Vintage English Dinner Plates

Materials

Porcelain

Set of Four Ironstone Plates
Located in Wilson, NC
Set of four ironstone plates, these highly decorated plates feature large and small flowers and foliage in various shades of orange and blue, green and white with gilded accents. T...
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1830s Antique English Dinner Plates

Materials

Ironstone

Two English Burgess & Leigh Middleport Plates with Flow Blue Nonpareil Patterns
By Burgess & Leigh
Located in Atlanta, GA
Two English Burgess & Leigh Middleport Nonpareil pattern flow blue plates from the late 19th, early 20th century, with outdoor scenery and gold rim. They are priced and sold individu...
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Late 19th Century Antique English Dinner Plates

Materials

Earthenware

A Set of 10 Hand Painted Antique Service Plates by Royal Doulton Circa 1915
By Royal Doulton
Located in Lambertville, NJ
An Elegant set of 10 Antique Royal Doulton service plates, by the well listed Doulton artist, Robert Albert. The scalloped edge plates with gilt edge with central hand painted floral...
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Early 20th Century Edwardian English Dinner Plates

Materials

Porcelain

Set of 12 Royal Doulton Vibrant Enamel Art Deco Flamingo Dinner Plates
By Royal Doulton
Located in Great Barrington, MA
Designed by the iconic Robert Allen, head of the decorating department at Royal Doulton, this is a rare pattern and a full set of 12 Flamingo dinner plates. What sets them apart is t...
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1920s Art Deco Vintage English Dinner Plates

Materials

Porcelain

Set of 3 Antique Brightly Polished Pewter Plates, English, C.1800
Located in St Annes, Lancashire
Lovely highly polished pewter plates. All three with London touchmarks on the underside. One with ownership inscription on the front. The pewter has been polished to its original s...
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Late 18th Century Georgian Antique English Dinner Plates

Materials

Pewter

English Majolica Strawberry & Grapes Plate Wedgwood Circa 1920
By Wedgwood
Located in Austin, TX
Majolica strawberry plate signed Wedgwood. Diameter / 8.8 inches.
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1920s Victorian Vintage English Dinner Plates

Materials

Ceramic

Copeland dessert Plate, Reticulated, Sublime Flowers by Greatbatch, 1848 (1)
By Copeland
Located in London, GB
This is a beautiful plate made by Copeland in 1848. It is decorated with a sublimely painted flower arrangement by the artist Greatbatch. We have two sets of 8 of these plates available, as well as a few more separate ones; please see separate listings. The Copeland factory was the third iteration of the famous Spode factory, after the "Copeland & Garrett" period which transitioned into the "Copeland" period in about 1833. The Spode/Copeland factory was one of the most prominent potteries right from the start of English porcelain production in the late 1700s to the demise of the industry in the 1960s and ultimate closure in the early 21st Century. In fact it was the founder Josiah Spode who was responsible for the recipe for bone china that made English china production so successful in the two centuries to come. Throughout all the changes, their items have always remained of exceptionally high quality and many of the designs have become iconic. This plate was potted in fine white bone china, the rim meticulously reticulated in the "Gothic" shape. Reticulation was very time consuming and difficult, and just this detail would have made this plate expensive. The sublimely painted flower arrangement painted in the centre were done by Greatbatch, one of the well-known floral artists working for Copeland. Greatbatch was active between 1845 and 1860, and worked together with his brother R. Greatbatch, who was a talented gilder. They exhibited at the Great Exhibition of 1851. This plate would have belonged to a sublimely expensive dessert service. It is stamped with the small blue Copeland mark with interlocking C's, and painted in red with the pattern number 7913, dating it at the year 1848. Documentation: A plate of this service is shown on page 80 of Steven Smith's "Spode & Copeland: Over Two Hundred Years of Fine China and...
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1840s Victorian Antique English Dinner Plates

Materials

Porcelain

Complete English Porcelain Dinner Service For 12 People With Coffee/Tea Service
By Coalport Porcelain
Located in Tarry Town, NY
English Coalport Cobalt Ground Porcelain Dinner Service with tea and coffee service for Twelve / with tableware serving Pieces. 10 piece place setting...
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Mid-20th Century English Dinner Plates

Materials

Gold

Set of 8 Plates by Copeland, Reticulated, Sublime Flowers by Greatbatch, 1848
By Copeland
Located in London, GB
This is a stunning set of 8 reticulated plates made by Copeland in 1848. Each plate is decorated with a unique sublimely painted flower arrangement by the artist Greatbatch. We have a second set of 8 of these plates available, as well as a few separate ones; please see separate listings. The Copeland factory was the third iteration of the famous Spode factory, after the "Copeland & Garrett" period which transitioned into the "Copeland" period in about 1833. The Spode/Copeland factory was one of the most prominent potteries right from the start of English porcelain production in the late 1700s to the demise of the industry in the 1960s and ultimate closure in the early 21st Century. In fact it was the founder Josiah Spode who was responsible for the recipe for bone china that made English china production so successful in the two centuries to come. Throughout all the changes, their items have always remained of exceptionally high quality and many of the designs have become iconic. These plates were potted in fine white bone china, the rims meticulously reticulated in the "Gothic" shape. Reticulation was very time consuming and difficult, and just this detail would have made these plates expensive. The sublimely painted flower arrangements in the centre were done by Greatbatch, one of the well-known floral artists working for Copeland. Greatbatch was active between 1845 and 1860, and worked together with his brother R. Greatbatch, who was a talented gilder. They exhibited at the Great Exhibition of 1851. These plates would have belonged to a sublimely expensive dessert service. They are all stamped with the small blue Copeland mark with interlocking C's, and painted in red with the pattern number 7913, dating it at the year 1848. Documentation: A plate of this service is shown on page 80 of Steven Smith's "Spode & Copeland: Over Two Hundred Years of Fine China and Porcelain...
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1840s Victorian Antique English Dinner Plates

Materials

Porcelain

Georgian Masons Ironstone large Dinner Plate in Vase & Rock gilded Ptn, Ca 1818
By Mason's Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very decorative ironstone pottery Large Dinner Plate produced by the Mason's factory at Lane Delph, Staffordshire, England, circa 1818. The plate is circular with a wavy i...
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Early 19th Century Chinoiserie Antique English Dinner Plates

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Ironstone

Copeland Plate, Reticulated, Sublime Flowers by Greatbatch, 1848 (3)
By Copeland
Located in London, GB
This is a beautiful plate made by Copeland in 1848. It is decorated with a sublimely painted flower arrangement by the artist Greatbatch. We have two sets of 8 of these plates available, as well as a few more separate ones; please see separate listings. The Copeland factory was the third iteration of the famous Spode factory, after the "Copeland & Garrett" period which transitioned into the "Copeland" period in about 1833. The Spode/Copeland factory was one of the most prominent potteries right from the start of English porcelain production in the late 1700s to the demise of the industry in the 1960s and ultimate closure in the early 21st Century. In fact it was the founder Josiah Spode who was responsible for the recipe for bone china that made English china production so successful in the two centuries to come. Throughout all the changes, their items have always remained of exceptionally high quality and many of the designs have become iconic. This plate was potted in fine white bone china, the rim meticulously reticulated in the "Gothic" shape. Reticulation was very time consuming and difficult, and just this detail would have made this plate expensive. The sublimely painted flower arrangement painted in the centre were done by Greatbatch, one of the well-known floral artists working for Copeland. Greatbatch was active between 1845 and 1860, and worked together with his brother R. Greatbatch, who was a talented gilder. They exhibited at the Great Exhibition of 1851. This plate would have belonged to a sublimely expensive dessert service. It is stamped with the small blue Copeland mark with interlocking C's, and painted in red with the pattern number 7913, dating it at the year 1848. Documentation: A plate of this service is shown on page 80 of Steven Smith's "Spode & Copeland: Over Two Hundred Years of Fine China and...
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1840s Victorian Antique English Dinner Plates

Materials

Porcelain

Copeland Plate, Reticulated with Sublime Flowers by Greatbatch, 1848 (2)
By Copeland
Located in London, GB
This is a beautiful plate made by Copeland in 1848. It is decorated with a sublimely painted flower arrangement by the artist Greatbatch. We have two sets of 8 of these plates available, as well as a few more separate ones; please see separate listings. The Copeland factory was the third iteration of the famous Spode factory, after the "Copeland & Garrett" period which transitioned into the "Copeland" period in about 1833. The Spode/Copeland factory was one of the most prominent potteries right from the start of English porcelain production in the late 1700s to the demise of the industry in the 1960s and ultimate closure in the early 21st Century. In fact it was the founder Josiah Spode who was responsible for the recipe for bone china that made English china production so successful in the two centuries to come. Throughout all the changes, their items have always remained of exceptionally high quality and many of the designs have become iconic. This plate was potted in fine white bone china, the rim meticulously reticulated in the "Gothic" shape. Reticulation was very time consuming and difficult, and just this detail would have made this plate expensive. The sublimely painted flower arrangement painted in the centre were done by Greatbatch, one of the well-known floral artists working for Copeland. Greatbatch was active between 1845 and 1860, and worked together with his brother R. Greatbatch, who was a talented gilder. They exhibited at the Great Exhibition of 1851. This plate would have belonged to a sublimely expensive dessert service. It is stamped with the small blue Copeland mark with interlocking C's, and painted in red with the pattern number 7913, dating it at the year 1848. Documentation: A plate of this service is shown on page 80 of Steven Smith's "Spode & Copeland: Over Two Hundred Years of Fine China and...
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1840s Victorian Antique English Dinner Plates

Materials

Porcelain

Antique Brightly Polished Pewter Plate With An Armorial, English, C.1800
Located in St Annes, Lancashire
Lovely highly polished pewter plate. With an elk armorial Evidence of a rubbed touchmark on the underside. London maker The pewter has been polished to its original shine to imita...
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Late 18th Century Georgian Antique English Dinner Plates

Materials

Pewter

Copeland Set of 8 plates, Reticulated, Sublime Flowers by Greatbatch, 1848
By Copeland
Located in London, GB
This is a stunning set of 8 reticulated plates made by Copeland in 1848. Each plate is decorated with a unique sublimely painted flower arrangement by the artist Greatbatch. We have a second set of 8 of these plates available, as well as a few separate ones; please see separate listings. The Copeland factory was the third iteration of the famous Spode factory, after the "Copeland & Garrett" period which transitioned into the "Copeland" period in about 1833. The Spode/Copeland factory was one of the most prominent potteries right from the start of English porcelain production in the late 1700s to the demise of the industry in the 1960s and ultimate closure in the early 21st Century. In fact it was the founder Josiah Spode who was responsible for the recipe for bone china that made English china production so successful in the two centuries to come. Throughout all the changes, their items have always remained of exceptionally high quality and many of the designs have become iconic. These plates were potted in fine white bone china, the rims meticulously reticulated in the "Gothic" shape. Reticulation was very time consuming and difficult, and just this detail would have made these plates expensive. The sublimely painted flower arrangements in the centre were done by Greatbatch, one of the well-known floral artists working for Copeland. Greatbatch was active between 1845 and 1860, and worked together with his brother R. Greatbatch, who was a talented gilder. They exhibited at the Great Exhibition of 1851. These plates would have belonged to a sublimely expensive dessert service. They are all stamped with the small blue Copeland mark with interlocking C's, and painted in red with the pattern number 7913, dating it at the year 1848. Documentation: A plate of this service is shown on page 80 of Steven Smith's "Spode & Copeland: Over Two Hundred Years of Fine China and Porcelain...
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1840s Victorian Antique English Dinner Plates

Materials

Porcelain

Antique Brightly Polished Pewter Plate With An Armorial, English, C.1800
Located in St Annes, Lancashire
Lovely highly polished pewter plate. With hand and fleur de lys armorial Evidence of a rubbed touchmark on the underside. London maker The pewter has been polished to its original...
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Late 18th Century Georgian Antique English Dinner Plates

Materials

Pewter

Barr Flight & Barr Set of 10 Plates, Neoclassical Orange Vines, 1804- 1813
By Barr, Flight & Barr Worcester
Located in London, GB
This is a fabulous set of large plates made by Barr, Flight & Barr between 1804 and 1813. The plates are decorated with a beautiful and famous pattern of bright iron red/orange vines...
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Early 1800s Neoclassical Antique English Dinner Plates

Materials

Porcelain

Antique Worcester Porcelain Dessert Service Decorated in Gold England C-1820
By Flight & Barr Worcester
Located in Katonah, NY
This set of antique Flight Barr Barr Worcester dessert dishes features the elegant "Strawberry" pattern. The decoration shows golden strawberries on a soft peach background. The com...
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Early 19th Century Antique English Dinner Plates

Materials

Porcelain

Set of 12 Minton Gold Rimmed Porcelain Ball Dinner Plates
By Minton
Located in Great Barrington, MA
One of Minton's most popular patterns is named "Porcelain Ball” which features a large diameter plate bordered by a gold and white floral decoratio...
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Mid-20th Century English Dinner Plates

Materials

Porcelain

Coalport Porcelain Plate, White with Handpainted Flowers, Regency ca 1820
By Coalport Porcelain
Located in London, GB
This is a beautiful plate made by Coalport around the year 1820. The plate is decorated in white with a simple gilt rim, darting puce and gilt vines, and a wonderful hand painted bou...
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1820s Regency Antique English Dinner Plates

Materials

Porcelain

19th Century Minton Chinese Tree Plate
Located in Clearwater, FL
An early antique Minton Chinese Tree chinoiserie plate with gilt scalloped edge. Chinese tree with vases of peonies and blossoms hand painted. Cir...
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1870s Antique English Dinner Plates

Materials

Porcelain

Antique Thomas Dimmock & Co.Flow Blue Bamboo Plate
Located in Clearwater, FL
Antique Thomas Dimmock & Co. plate with bamboo shoots with flowers. Kaolin Ware trademark on reverse, England, circa 1830s.
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1830s Antique English Dinner Plates

Materials

Porcelain

Antique English Minton Flow Blue Transferware Floral Porcelain Plate, c. 1880
By Minton
Located in Pearland, TX
A lovely antique English flow blue transferware porcelain floral plate by Minton, circa 1880. Maker's mark on reverse. Minton was a major English pottery and porcelain factory set up...
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Late 19th Century Antique English Dinner Plates

Materials

Porcelain

Set of 4 Minton Early 19th Century Red Oriental Garden Plates
By Minton
Located in New York, NY
A set of four (4) early Minton porcelain plates, unusually decorated with a red bat-print of Oriental flowers and bamboo branches, overpainted with colorful enamels and complemented ...
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Early 19th Century Antique English Dinner Plates

Materials

Gold

Mid 20th C. English Porcelain Dinner Service (52 Pieces) for Harrods of London
By Harrods
Located in Morristown, NJ
20th c., English, Royal Tuscan for Harrold's of London (52) pieces, white porcelain dinnerware, with gilt rim decorated in gold Greek Key de...
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Mid-20th Century Neoclassical English Dinner Plates

Materials

Gold

A Set of 7 English Hand-Decorated Minton Fine China Coffee Cups with Saucers
By Minton
Located in Los Angeles, CA
A Set of 7 English Hand-Decorated Minton Fine China Coffee Cups with Saucers. The beautifully vibrant color hand painted coffee cups and saucers,...
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Early 20th Century Edwardian English Dinner Plates

Materials

Porcelain

Eleven Large Creamware Soup Dishes Made by Spode England Circa 1820
By Spode
Located in Katonah, NY
This elegant set of eleven large creamware soup dishes from Spode, circa 1820, is a beautiful example of English neoclassical style. The acanthus leaf border, painted with bright en...
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Early 19th Century Neoclassical Antique English Dinner Plates

Materials

Creamware

Wedgwood Majolica Tortoiseshell Seafood Plates, Set of 8
By Josiah Wedgwood
Located in Philadelphia, PA
From Wedgwood, an assembled set of eight English majolica scallop shell shaped, mottled tortoiseshell glazed seafood salad plates. Each plate shows a variation of the tortoiseshell ...
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Late 19th Century Aesthetic Movement Antique English Dinner Plates

Materials

Earthenware

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