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This is a beautifully hand decorated ironstone large dish, bowl or serving platter made by William Davenport and Co., Longport, Staffordshire Potteries, England, circa 1810.

The dish has a lightly fluted oval shape and stands on a low foot. 

The dish is very well hand-painted in a bold floral Chinoiserie pattern No. 37, with enamels of burnt orange, salmon, cobalt blue, light blue and mauve, all in varying shades with rich hand gilded highlights within the pattern and a gilded rim.

The base of the dish carries the blue printed Stone china (Ironstone) Davenport anchor mark, used by the factory between 1805 and 1820.

Overall a useful and very decorative Georgian piece,  in very, very good condition showing little signs of any use.




8.38 in
11.5 in
1.75 in

Georgian Large Serving Platter or Dish by Davenport ironstone Ptn 37, Ca 1810

SKU: P 488
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