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This is a rare, large ironstone pedestal footed bowl or centrepiece made by Wood & Brownfield at the old Clews Works, Cobridge, England hand painted in pattern No. 328 and dating to the mid-19th century, circa 1845.

Large ironstone pedestal bowls are rare.

This bowl has a circular shape with two moulded side handles, a wavy rim and raised on a good pedestal foot. 

The bowl is decorated inside and outside in there Chinoiserie pattern No. 328 with a large flower vase by rocks with an exotic yellow bird, smaller vase, fence and many flowers, in hand painted bold enamels with gold gilded detail and an intricate border pattern which is repeated around the outer bowl and pedestal foot. The rim is painted in an ochre edging, all in the Chinese taste.

The base carries a clear "W &B" printed Royal Arms mark with lion & unicorn and printed with Warranted Real Ironstone China, with the pattern no. 328 hand painted below in red, all dating this piece to circa 1841-1850.

This is a lovely, decorative display piece in its own right and would make a good table centrepiece, but could equally be used as a serving bowl for the dining table.


Diameter *
11.88 in
Height *
3 in

Large Wood & Brownfield Pedestal Bowl Ironstone China Ptn 328, circa 1845

SKU: P 1678
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