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Style: Georgian
Worcester Porcelain Deep Plate, Aesop Fable Horse and Donkey, ca 1780
Located in London, GB
This is a very rare deep plate made by Worcester around 1780. The plate has a basket weave rim and a very charming image of the Aesop fable of the horse and the donkey in the centre....
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1780s English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Porcelain

Worcester Porcelain Deep Plate, Aesop Fable Three Foxes, ca 1780
Located in London, GB
This is a very rare deep plate made by Worcester around 1780. The plate has a basket weave rim and a very charming image of an Aesop fable of three foxes coversing under a large tree...
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1780s English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Porcelain

Coalport John Rose Porcelain Dessert Service, Imari Pattern, ca 1805
Located in London, GB
This is a rather stunning 25-piece dessert service made by John Rose at Coalport around the year 1805. It consists a centre piece on four feet, two oval dishes, two shell dishes, two...
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Early 1800s English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Porcelain

Dutch Delft Underglaze Blue & White Chinoiserie Dragonfly Plates, Claw Factory
Located in Downingtown, PA
Dutch Delft Underglaze Blue & White Chinoiserie Dragonfly Plates, De Klaauw Factory (The Claw Factory), Circa 1750 The set of six Dutch Delft Chinois...
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Mid-18th Century Dutch Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Delft

Ralph Stevenson Pink Transferware Dinner Plates, Cologne Pattern, Set of 8
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A set of eight transfer printed plates, the Cologne pattern, Ralph Stevenson & Son, Coleridge, Staffordshire England, circa 1810-1835. A soft pink on white, the scalloped rimmed p...
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Early 19th Century English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Earthenware

1767 Sebastian & James Crespell 'George III' Set of 12 Sterling Silver Plates
Located in North Miami, FL
Presenting an exquisite set of twelve English silver dinner plates, dating back to the 18th century (1767) during the reign of King George III. These remarkable pieces of craftsmansh...
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18th Century English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Sterling Silver

Early English Pair Porcelain Imari Pattern Cabinet Plates c.1810
Located in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire
A very stylish and fine pair of early English porcelain plates hand decorated in the Imari style and dating from around 1810. The plates of rou...
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1810s English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Porcelain

18th century Dutch Delft Polychrome Chinoiserie Plate
Located in Downingtown, PA
Dutch Delft Polychrome Chinoiserie Plate The Dutch Delft pancake plate is colorfully painted with a Chinoiserie design of rockwork with floweri...
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Mid-18th Century Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Delft

English Creamware Whieldon-type Gray Tortoiseshell Plate
Located in Downingtown, PA
English Creamware Whieldon-type Gray Tortoiseshell Plate, Circa 1765-75 The octagonal shaped plate is covered to the front and back with a very plea...
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Mid-18th Century English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Creamware, Pottery

Antique 19th Century Spode English Porcelain Pink Ducks Pattern Desert Plate
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A fine antique English porcelain desert plate. By Spode. In the "Pink Ducks" pattern. Depicting a chinoiserie scene of two mandarin d...
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19th Century English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Porcelain

Antique New Hall English Porcelain Dish or Plate Pattern 435, PC
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A fine antique English porcelain dish or plate. By New Hall. With an eye-catching gilt rim that alternates between panels of iron-red underglaze countryside and gilt geometric ...
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Late 18th Century English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Porcelain

Antique Derby Porcelain Salmon Ground Plate, An Annual Lavetera, by John Brewer
Located in Downingtown, PA
Antique Derby Porcelain Botanical Salmon-ground Plate, Annual Lavetera, by John Brewer, Circa 1815. The Derby porcelain plate is boldly p...
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Early 19th Century English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Porcelain

Antique Derby Porcelain Botanical Salmon-Ground Plate, French Marigold
Located in Downingtown, PA
Antique Derby Porcelain Botanical Salmon-ground Plate, French Marigold, by John Brewer, Circa 1815. The Derby porcelain plate is boldly painte...
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Early 19th Century English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Porcelain

Derby Porcelain Dessert Service Red Botanical Attr. to John Brewer, Regency 1795
By Crown Derby, John Brewer
Located in London, GB
This is a stunning and extremely rare part dessert service made by Derby between circa 1795 and 1800 in the Regency era. The service is decorated with named botanical studies attributed to John Brewer. The service consists of a lidded sauce comport on a stand, two kidney dishes, two lozenge shaped dishes, one lozenge shaped low footed comport...
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1790s English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Porcelain

English Ralph Stevenson ‘Windsor Castle’ Red Transferware Dinner Plates, set/4
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A set of four British Romantic themed transfer printed dinner plates in the pattern known as ‘Windsor Castle.’ Made by Ralph Stevenson & Son, Cobridge, Staffordshire, England, circa ...
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Early 19th Century English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Earthenware

Handmade Octagon Maillechort Charger with Braided Border
Located in New York, NY
Handmade in Morocco exclusively for creel and gow. Octagon maillechort charger with braided border. Maillechort (nickel silver) is a mixture of nickel, copper, and zinc and is prize...
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21st Century and Contemporary Moroccan Georgian Dinner Plates

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Nickel

Chelsea Plate, Feather Moulded with Flowers, Red Anchor Mark, ca 1755
Located in London, GB
This is a beautiful plate made by Chelsea in circa 1755, which is known as the "Red Anchor" period of the factory. Chelsea was one of the very early adopters of porcelain in the British china industry. Founded in 1744 the Chelsea pottery was for about 40 years the leading maker of fine chinaware, excelling in their sense of style, perfection and constant innovation and inspiring many following generations of china makers. The company was started by French silversmith Nicholas Sprimont and you can see the influence of the French style of silverware...
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1750s English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Porcelain

Antique Topographical Derby English Porcelain Plate Entitled 'Near Derby'
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A fine antique 19th century Derby hard paste porcelain plate. Decorated with a hand painted topographical scene to its center. The scene depicts a bucolic landscape 'Near Derby' in a gilt cartouche and surrounded by a gilt cornucopia...
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19th Century British Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Porcelain

"Quadrupeds", by John Hall-English Staffordshire-England c. 1825
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A deep cobalt blue glazed earthenware dinner plate from the "Quadruped" series. These transferware pieces were produced in the Burslem, Staffordshire area of England. The central medallion displays a lion and wildebeest. The four surrounding cartouches display a pair of stags...
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1820s English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Earthenware

Spode New Stone China Dinner Service Eighty Four Pieces, Pattern #3504
Located in Downingtown, PA
Spode New Stone China Dinner Service- Eighty Four Pieces, Pattern #3504, Circa 1820 The service is decorated in an Imari pattern in iron red light and...
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Early 19th Century English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Ironstone

Derby Porcelain Salmon Ground Plate, Marsh Hibiscus, after William Curtis
Located in Downingtown, PA
Antique Derby Porcelain Botanical Salmon-ground Plate, Marsh Hibiscus, by John Brewer after Curtis, The Botanical Magazine, #882, 1806, circa 1815. The Derby Porcelain plate is superbly painted with a Marsh Hibiscus botanical specimen with richly gilded borders with swans and stylized flowerheads on a rich salmon ground.y gilded borders with swans and stylized flowerheads are on a rich salmon ground. The flower is named on the reverse: "Marsh Hibiscus". Diameter: 8 7/8 inches (22.5 cm) Mark: crown, crossed batons, and D mark in red, numerals 4 & 13 in yellow & green inside foot rim. John Brewer, (1764-1816) John was the elder of two brothers who both worked at Derby. Their parents were both artists and from 1762-1767 had studios in London at Rupert Street. Brewer started working at Derby in 1795. He was a talented watercolorist and had never applied his art to porcelain painting. At Derby, he painted a variety of subject matters including plant and flower painting. The Botanical Magazine is one of the oldest - and longest-published - of the British botanical...
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Early 19th Century English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Porcelain

Crown Derby Porcelain Plate, Puce Cherubs by Richard Askew, Georgian ca 1785
Located in London, GB
This is a beautiful Crown Derby plate made in about 1785. The very charming decoration of a puce putto is by Richard Askew. The Derby Porcelain factory has its roots in the late 174...
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1780s English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Porcelain

Black and White Transferware Marble or Cracked Ice Ironstone Plates, Set of 4
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A set of four early 19th Century English Ironstone, twelve sided plates in a ‘Marble’ pattern, sometimes called ‘Cracked Ice.’ A tissue printed sheet pattern, applied under the glaze...
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Early 19th Century English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Ironstone

18th Century Ship Decorated Liverpool Pearlware Plates
Located in Downingtown, PA
Liverpool Pearlware Plates decorated with Ships, Pair, Circa 1800. The Liverpool pottery pearlware plates with black rim are each printed with the i...
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Late 18th Century English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Creamware, Pottery

Dutch Delft Set of Six Dinner Plates with Plants and Ribbon
Located in Downingtown, PA
Dutch delft set of six dinner plates with plants and ribbon The charming set of six Dutch delft plates are painted with scattered green and orange plant...
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Mid-18th Century Dutch Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Ceramic, Delft, Pottery

Puce-Colored Creamware Shell-Edge Neale and Co Set of Ten Plates
Located in Downingtown, PA
The Neale & Co. puce-colored shell-edge plates are each decorated in a purple transfer with figures in the foreground amongst a landscape of Classic ruins. The rims, also with a feathered puce (purple) border, are highlighted with unusually strong remnants of the original gilding. Each is impressed with the Neale & Co. mark on the reverse. Marks: The impressed Neale & Co. mark was only used between 1778 and 1795. Reference: Neale Pottery & Porcelain: Its Predecessors and Successors 1763-1820, Diana Edwards, page 126, #100 for a large stand...
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Late 18th Century English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Creamware

Derby Porcelain Plates, Pattern 126, Painted by William Longden, Set of Six
Located in Downingtown, PA
The beautiful and stylish Derby porcelain set of six plates are painted by William Longden with fruit within a heart-shaped gilt border. The fruit depicted include grapes, plums, str...
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1790s English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Porcelain

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 English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Pewter

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 English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Pewter

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 English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Pewter

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 English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Pewter

Georgian Mason's Ironstone small Platter in Basket Japan Pattern, circa 1818
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 Ma...
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Early 19th Century English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Ironstone

Georgian Mason's Ironstone Desert Plate Gilded Leaves & Wheels Pattern, Ca 1818
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a good Desert Plate, hand painted in the rare and very decorative Gilded Leaves & Wheels pattern, produced by the Mason's factory at Lane Delph, ...
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Early 19th Century English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Ironstone

Georgian Mason's Ironstone Jug or Pitcher in rare shape Fence Japan Ptn, Ca 1818
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very rare shaped early small Jug or pitcher, hand painted in the Fence Japan gilded pattern, made by Mason's Ironstone, Lane Delph, England and dating to circa 1813-1820. This jug is hand potted in a very rare shape with a loop handle and a pouring spout to the rim. The pattern is hand painted in the Fence Japan pattern, with hand gilded highlights as illustrated on page 89 of a guide to Mason's patent ironstone patterns, circa 1813-1848, published by The Mason's Collectors' Club. This jug is unmarked to the base, as was often the case in this period but it is definitely made by Mason's Ironstone with a similar jug illustrated on page 188 of Geoffrey Godden's guide to Masons China...
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Early 19th Century English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Ironstone

SIX Georgian Davenport Ironstone Soup Bowls or Plates Bamboo Ptn 135, Circa 1815
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very good, late Georgian, Set of SIX ironstone Soup Bowls or Plates, in pattern no. 135, manufactured by the English Davenport factory, which was situated in Longport, Staffordshire, England between 1794 and 1887. These are well potted, large soup bowls...
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Early 19th Century English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Ironstone

A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Dinner Service 19th/20th Century Kings pattern
Located in Buchanan, MI
A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain/ironstone Assembled Dinner Service 19th/20th Century Kings pattern, in slight variations throughout, comprising: 12 dinner plates 11 luncheon plates 12 ...
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19th Century English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Porcelain

Georgian Mason's Ironstone Jug or Pitcher in rare shape hand painted, Circa 1818
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very rare shaped early Jug or pitcher, hand painted in the gold gilded Rose Posies pattern against a Mazarine blue ground, made by Mason's Ironstone, Lane Delph, England and dating to circa 1813-1820. This jug is hand potted in a very rare shape with a loop handle and a pouring spout to the rim. The pattern is hand painted in the Rose Posies pattern all against a Mazarine blue ground colour with hand gilded twirls, as illustrated on page 32 of a guide to Mason's patent ironstone patterns, circa 1813-1848, published by The Mason's Collectors' Club. This jug is unmarked to the base, as was often the case in this period but this piece is definitely made by Mason's Ironstone with a similar jug illustrated on page 188 of Geoffrey Godden's guide to Masons China...
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Early 19th Century English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Ironstone

Georgian Davenport Ironstone Desert Plate in Rare Pattern 85, Circa 1815
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very good, late Georgian Ironstone Desert plate decorated in a rare pattern No.85, manufactured by the English Davenport factory, which was sit...
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Early 19th Century English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Ironstone

Rare Georgian Mason's Ironstone Large Jug or Pitcher Stamen Flower Ptn. Ca 1818
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a rare very early large jug or pitcher in one of the rarer shapes, hand painted in the large stamen flower pattern, made by Mason's Ironstone, Lane Delph, England and dating to circa 1813...
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Early 19th Century English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Ironstone

SIX Georgian Hicks & Meigh Ironstone Dinner Plates Water Lily Ptn No.5, Ca 1815
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very good set of six large dinner plates in the Water Lily pattern, made by Hicks and Meigh of Shelton, Staffordshire, England between 1812 and 1822, probably circa 1815. These are very beautiful large circular dinner plates with a shaped notched edge to the rim. All plates...
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Early 19th Century English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Ironstone

Georgian Pair Davenport Dinner Plates Ironstone Pattern 659, Circa 1815
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a good early pair of dinner plates, hand painted ironstone (stone china ) made by William Davenport and Co., longport, staffordshire potteries, England, George 111rd period, circa 1815. The pattern is number "659", which is one of Davenport's very few chinoiserie patterns. The bold decoration features striking polychrome enamels of rocks and different flowers all in the Chinoiserie style, hand painted over-glaze in different colours over an under-glaze blue printed outline. The pattern is embellished with good hand gilding and a five section border pattern to the outer rim, similar to the central pattern with sprigs of hand painted flowers. The mark on the base of the dish is Godden's 1183, a blue printed Davenport stone China...
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Early 19th Century English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Ironstone

Georgian Davenport Ironstone Soup Plate or Bowl Bamboo & Peony Ptn 15, Ca 1815
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a good, late Georgian, ironstone Soup Bowl or Plate, in pattern no. 15, manufactured by the English Davenport factory, which was situated in Longport, Staffordshire, England between 1794 and 1887. This oriental garden pattern is transfer printed in cobalt blue of different shades, with hand gilded detail around the inner and outer rims. The pattern is called "Bamboo and Peony" which is Davenport's pattern number 15, a very early pattern and probably copied from a Chinese original. This exact pattern is illustrated on a plate in Godden's Guide to Ironstone, by Geoffrey A Godden, page 230, plate 176. Davenport were one of the earliest producers of Ironstone along with Mason's, Spode and others and called their ironstone pottery wears "Stone China". On the back the plate carries the blue printed Davenport Stone...
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Early 19th Century English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Ironstone

Mason's Ironstone Large Dinner Plate in the Flying Bird Pattern, circa 1860
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a large 10.5 inch diameter, Ironstone dinner plate in the distinctive flying bird pattern, made by Mason's of Lane Delph, Staffordshire, England, during the mid 19th century,...
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Mid-19th Century English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Ironstone

Georgian Spode Porcelain Spill Vase in Mazarine Flowers Ptn 3420, Ca 1810
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a small spill vase, hand painted in enamelled & gilded floral sprigs against a Mazarine blue ground, made by Josiah Spode, Stoke on Trent, England and dating to circa 1810. The vase is well potted with a tapering shape and beaded mouldings The pattern is hand gilded and hand enamelled, with floral sprigs on a mazarine blue ground colour with gold gilded detail to the rims, producing a very decorative piece. This spill vase is fully marked to the base with an upper case SPODE hand...
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Early 19th Century English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Porcelain

Georgian Mason's Ironstone Spill Vase in Mazarine Butterflies Ptn, Ca 1818
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a small spill vase, hand painted in the gold flowers, insects and butterflies pattern against a Mazarine blue ground, made by Mason's Ironstone, Lane Delph, England and dating to circa 1813...
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Early 19th Century English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Ironstone

Set of SIX Georgian Mason's Dinner Plates, Small Vase Flowers and Rocks Ptn
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
These are a fine early set of six ironstone pottery dinner plates made by the Mason's factory at Lane Delph, Staffordshire, England and beautifully decorated in the small vase, flowers and rocks pattern, fully stamped and dating to the earliest period of Mason's Ironstone production, circa 1818. This design is one of Mason's very decorative Chinoiserie patterns called "Small Vase, Flowers and Rocks" pattern, which is one of Mason's rarer patterns with very rich hand gilding and all hand painted, the detail of each plate being different. This Imari inspired pattern is illustrated on page 110 of a Guide to Mason's Patent Ironstone patterns, circa 1813-1848, produced by The Mason's Collectors Club. All plates...
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Early 19th Century English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Ironstone

Early Mason's Ironstone Dinner Plate Flying Bird Ptn Retailers mark, circa 1825
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a late Georgian Ironstone dinner plate in the distinctive flying bird pattern, made by Mason's of Lane Delph, Staffordshire, England, during the early 19th century, circa 182...
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Early 19th Century English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Ironstone

Georgian Mason's Ironstone Dinner Plate Scroll Landscape and Prunus Rare Pattern
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is an ironstone pottery dinner plate produced by the Mason's factory at Lane Delph, Staffordshire, England during their initial period of Ironstone production, circa 1818. Th...
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Early 19th Century English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Ironstone

Set of Six Antique Early 19th Century Masons Dinner Plates
Located in New Orleans, LA
A set of six Mason's ironstone Imari Plates, early 19th century, with lovely scalloped, embossed and gilt decorated dinner plates in the typical...
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Early 19th Century English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Stoneware

Georgian Davenport Ironstone Dinner Plate Bamboo and Peony Ptn 15, Circa 1810
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a good, late Georgian, ironstone dinner plate, hand decorated in pattern no. 15, manufactured by the English Davenport factory, which was situated in Longport, Staffordshire, England between 1794 and 1887. The oriental garden "Imari" pattern is transfer printed in cobalt blue of different shades, then all hand coloured with different enamels in good detail. The pattern is called "Bamboo and...
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Early 19th Century English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Ironstone

Georgian Mason's Soup Bowl or Plate in Small Vase Flowers and Rock Ptn, Ca 1818
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a fine Ironstone pottery soup bowl or deep plate made by the Mason's factory at Lane Delph, Staffordshire, England and beautifully decorated in the Small Vase, flower & Rock ...
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Early 19th Century English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Ironstone

Twelve Georgian Silver Dinner Plates by Wright
Located in London, GB
Manufactured in 1782 by the accomplished English silversmith Charles Wright, this set of twelve silver dinner plates is of superb quality. Each plate is largely circular, though the ...
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1780s English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Silver

Antique Pair of Georgian Sterling Silver Second Course Dishes
Located in Jesmond, Newcastle Upon Tyne
An exceptional, fine and impressive pair of antique Georgian English sterling silver second course dishes, an addition to our dining silverware collection. These exceptional antique George III sterling silver second course dishes have a plain circular rounded form with a sunken circular central well. The well of each silver dish is plain and unembellished. The raised rounded border of each dish is ornamented with a contemporary bright cut engraved coat of arms above the motto 'Pie Repone Te' - Place yourself piously. The rims of these impressive antique sterling silver dishes...
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Early 1800s English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Silver, Sterling Silver

18th Century German Silver Plate
Located in Firenze, IT
SHIPPING POLICY: No additional costs will be added to this order. Shipping costs will be totally covered by the seller (customs duties included). Silver plate engraving mythologica...
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1730s German Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Sterling Silver

Antique Set of Three Sterling Silver Dinner Plates
Located in Jesmond, Newcastle Upon Tyne
An exceptional, fine and impressive set of three antique Georgian English sterling silver dinner plates/second course dishes, an addition to our range of collectable dining silverware. These exceptional antique George II sterling silver dinner plates/second course dishes has a circular shaped form. The raised border is embellished with an impressive bright cut engraved marital coat of arms incorporating the motto 'Tria juncta in uno', three joined in one. The rim of each antique second course dish is encircled with a Fine and impressive applied gadroon decorated border accented with alternating scrolling leaf designs. The circular well of each plate is plain and unembellished. The underside of each plate retains the silversmith's center punch mark in addition to the original item numbers 9, 10 and 12 and the original scratch weight of 32 troy ounces and 4 pennyweights (32.2 troy ounces), as to be expected the measured weight has subtly diminished in keeping with age to 29.9 troy ounces. Larger second course dishes such as these are becoming increasingly difficult to locate. These pieces are a segment of a more extensive table service incorporating dishes, trays and platters; through time the service will have been divided. Condition These antique sterling silver plates...
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1750s English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Sterling Silver

William Pitts & Joseph Preedy Antique Sterling Silver Plate
Located in Jesmond, Newcastle Upon Tyne
An exceptional, fine and impressive antique George III English sterling silver plate; an addition to our ornamental Georgian silverware collection This exceptional George III sterli...
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1790s English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Silver, Sterling Silver

18th-century Bristol Delftware Unusual Star Plate
Located in Downingtown, PA
The Bristol delftware plate has a charming whimsical design with sponged manganese and a central star design containing a chinoiserie fence.  
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Mid-18th Century English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Delft, Faience

Georgian Mason's Ironstone Small Platter (B) in Basket Japan Pattern, Ca 1818
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 English Antique Georgian Dinner Plates

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Ironstone

Georgian dinner plates for sale on 1stDibs.

Find a broad range of unique Georgian dinner plates for sale on 1stDibs. Many of these items were first offered in the 21st Century and Contemporary, but contemporary artisans have continued to produce works inspired by this style. If you’re looking to add vintage dinner plates created in this style to your space, the works available on 1stDibs include serveware, ceramics, silver and glass, more furniture and collectibles and other home furnishings, frequently crafted with ceramic, stoneware and other materials. If you’re shopping for used Georgian dinner plates made in a specific country, there are Europe, United Kingdom, and England pieces for sale on 1stDibs. While there are many designers and brands associated with original dinner plates, popular names associated with this style include Mason's Ironstone, Davenport Porcelain, Derby, and Chelsea Porcelain. It’s true that these talented designers have at times inspired knockoffs, but our experienced specialists have partnered with only top vetted sellers to offer authentic pieces that come with a buyer protection guarantee. Prices for dinner plates differ depending upon multiple factors, including designer, materials, construction methods, condition and provenance. On 1stDibs, the price for these items starts at $90 and tops out at $39,950 while the average work can sell for $925.

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