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This is a very good Side Plate in the Water Lily pattern, made by Hicks and Meigh of Shelton, Staffordshire, England between 1812 and 1822, probably circa 1815.


This is a beautiful plate with a shaped notched edge to the rim.


The plate has been well hand painted in bold enamels over a lightly printed outline in the very beautiful and well collected "Water Lily" pattern (their pattern no.5 ) which was also used by Mason's Ironstone and looks virtually identical. The plate has a printed circular mark in under-glaze blue to the base stating Ironstone Warranted around a Crown with No 5 below it. This is a recognised mark used by Hicks and Meigh and is recorded and illustrated on Page 253 of Geoffrey Godden's Guide to Ironstone and Granite Wares, published by The Antique Collectors' Club. Pieces in the same pattern and shape are illustrated on Page 254 of the same book.


  • Dimensions: 

    Height: 2.54 cm (1 in)Diameter: 20.96 cm (8.25 in)

  • Condition:  Good antique condition for its age. Some slight wear - please see images. NO Damage, NO Cracks, NO Restoration.

    Georgian Hicks & Meigh Ironstone Plate Hand Painted Water Lily Patn No.5, Ca1815

    SKU: P 2143
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