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This is an early 19th century high quality porcelain Serving Set of two large serving plates plus 8 matching side plates, all hand painted with different scenes, which we attribute to Rockingham or another quality Staffordshire, English pottery and dating from the late Georgian Regency period, circa 1825 to 1835.


Dimensions; 2 x Large plates : 9.5 inches diameter, 8 x side plate : 6~7/8 inches diameter.


All pieces are beautifully hand painted with different landscape scenes of cathedrals, churches, castles, ruins, bridges etc, set in panels, against intricately gilded detailed decoration, within a lovely salmon ground colour.


Overall a beautifully hand painted, fine quality, early English porcelain Desert / Sandwich Serving plate set.    


There is the remains of a mark on one of the smaller plates but we cannot find any other makers marks. Though we attribute these plates to Rockingham due to the style, glaze and quality, it is possible that they are made by another quality maker such as Coalport, Minton, etc .


Sadly much porcelain around this period is unmarked but in any event these plates are very fine quality early pieces.

Set of Ten Desert Plates by Rockingham porcelain Hand Painted Scenes, Circa 1825

SKU: P 1847
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