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This is a good set of six porcelain plates, all hand painted and gilded, attributed to the Davenport Company of Longport, Staffordshire Potteries, England, dating to the 19th century, Victorian period, circa 1870.

The plates are circular in form and are individually and carefully hand painted and gilded over a printed outline in a striking Imari, chinoiserie pattern, probably number 2614, using cobalt blue, burnt orange and green enamels in varying shades. Please note that the plates have slightly different decoration to the central gilded circles.

The bases of the plates are unmarked but we attribute these plates with some certainty to Davenport, Longport, Staffordshire, England, dating to Circa 1870.



8.13 in
1 in

Set of Six Davenport Porcelain Plates Hand Painted and Gilded Pattern Circa 1870

SKU: P 1702 - Set of SIX
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