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Pair of canary yellow pottery plates with bright enamel decoration early 19th century British
Dated: c. 1815 England or Wales British
Fine pair and exceptionally well decorated plates in bright enamels with a border in relief of fruits, flowers and leaves known as "The single rose pattern". The canary yellow ground is very clean and the crisp clean pair make a warming contribution in any room setting. English or Welsh origin and date to circa 1815/20 period.
Dimensions: 7.00 inch wide 7.00 inch high 0.10 inch deep
Medium: pottery yellow ground ceramic earthenware
Current Condition Fine clean unrestored condition with only minor wear.
Provenance: Private Collection Cotswolds
Literature: English yellow glazed earthenware by J.Jefferson Miller 11. published bt the Smithsonian
gbp 875.00 (Pound Sterling)
USD 1066.625 (US Dollars)