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This is a very good antique large Dinner Plate, made by the Derby factory, hand painted and gilded in the beautiful Partridge Pattern, during the reign of George 111 in the early 19th century, circa 1815.  


The circular plate is well potted on a low foot, with an ivory coloured glaze.


The piece is very finely hand decorated in a free flowing manner, in one of Derby's most collected patterns; the Partridge Pattern, with enamels of cobalt blue, green and burnt orange, all in varying shades. It has then been hand gilded, with gold detail to much of the pattern and the outer rim. This pattern is painted in the Kakiemon Japanese style. The plate has the early Derby Crown and cross batons mark, in red to the base, together with the "D" below. There is a "16" hand painted below the "D" which is probably the painters mark of Joseph Broughton, as per pages 40 & 41 of the reference book - Derby Porcelain by John Twitchett, published by the Antique Collectors Club. The Partridge Pattern by the Derby factory (see John Twitchett's Derby Porcelain 1748 -1848: An Illustrated Guide published by the Antique Collectors' Club 2002, Page 156 for a full service in this same Partridge pattern dating from about 1820).


Overall a very beautiful Georgian period Large Dinner Plate in this highly collectable pattern.

  • Dimensions: 

    Height: 1.13 in (2.88 cm)Diameter: 10.1 in (25.66 cm)

  • Condition: 

     Some kiln grit in the glaze from the time of making. NO Damage, NO Restoration. Enamels bold and bright. Gilding good. - Please see Images.


Georgian Derby Porcelain Dinner Plate Partridge Pattern hand painted, Ca 1815

SKU: P 2182
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