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This is a lovely set of six large dinner plates by Mason's Ironstone, England in the Art Nouveau style "Muscatel" pattern, dating to the late 19th century, circa 1900.

The plates are large dinner plate size of over 10 inches diameter, circular in shape with a slightly moulded outer rim and a wavy, slightly indented edge.

The plates are all decorated in one of Mason's Art-Nouveau stylized floral patterns called "Muscatel". The pattern is transfer printed in an unusual mauve / manganese color then each plate is individually hand painted in bold enamel detail, using colors of burnt orange, aubergine, brown, yellow, green and blue, with a subtle creamy-ivory glaze.

The base of the plates have a printed rounded crown mark and banner, with Mason's above, and England below, all in a puce color, with C 2978 hand painted below, which relates to the pattern series.

These plates date to the late 19th-early 20th century, circa 1900.

These are a very attractive and decorative set of dinner plates, either for use or display.



10.25 in


1.08 in

Six Mason's Ironstone Large Dinner Plates Art Nouveau Muscatel Pattern

SKU: P 1510
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