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This is a good porcelain Sunderland pink lustre dish or deep plate from early in the 19th century, George III period, circa 1810-1820.

The dish is decorated with a bat printed scene of three grazing cattle or cows in a country setting by some trees. The central scene is transfer printed in black, surrounded by border circles of pink or mauve lustre.

Sunderland lustre-ware is a type of ceramic pottery or porcelain originating from Sunderland, England although some of it was also made in the Staffordshire potteries and is now very collectable.

The piece has no base markings.



7.75 in
1.38 in

Georgian Sunderland Porcelain Lustre Dish or Plate, English Early 19th Century

SKU: F 1356
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