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George Jones Majolica Pottery Horse Chestnut Leaf Plate, circa 1870

$672.65

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A fine antique horse chestnut leaf design majolica plate by George Jones and dating between 1861 and 1873. The rounded pottery plate is heavily moulded with the well detailed leaf painted in naturalistic green and brown colors and set against a white ground with a yellow glazed rim. The plate has the usual mottled green and brown decorated base with a GJ impressed monogram along with black references on an unglazed reserve. The plate is offered in good condition without loss or damage and without restoration.

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Located in Bishop's Stortford, United Kingdom
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