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This is a harlequin set of SIX Mason''s Ironstone soup plates or bowls, all dating to the earliest recorded George 3rd period between 1813 and 1820. 


All the plates / bowls are nominally the same size and shape, but have different chinoiserie patterns. All the plates are fully marked to the base with either the circular or straight line impressed base mark of MASONS PATENT IRONSTONE CHINA, or one of the early printed Mason''s Crown marks, dating them to 1813-1820. Patterns are as follows;

Top Row left: Tobacco Leaf and Rock gilded

Top Row middle: Mogul gilded

Top Row right: Table & Flower Pot gilded

Bottom Row left: Small Vase, Flowers & Rock gilded

Bottom Row middle: Chinese Scroll gilded

Bottom Row right: Chinese Dragon in Blue


ALL bowls have a typical bold hand painted detail, some with heavy gilding and all the patterns are fully illustrated in "A Guide to Mason''s Patent Ironstone Patterns, circa 1813-848, published by The Mason''s Collectors'' Club. A beautiful set of Soup Bowls / deep Plates for display or use.


  • Dimensions: 

    Height: 4.45 cm (1.75 in)Diameter: 24.39 cm (9.6 in)

  • Condition: 

    GoodWear consistent with age and use. All plates/bowls are in generally good condition. Some wear to base rims with nibbles and one bowl has a small chip at the base rim from stacking. Please see the images for detail.

  • NO Cracks, NO Restoration.


Georgian Harlequin Set of SIX Mason's Ironstone Soup Bowls or Plates, Ca 1818

SKU: SB- 1-23
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