HEATHCOTE CHINA BLUE & WHITE PATTERN SOUP PLATE Mark Impressed ca. 1820 museum
Up for sale by Charles Heathcote & Co of Lane End. A soup plate of lead-glazed earthenware, I believe it is hand painted, transfer-printed in underglaze blue and is decorated with a Chinese Pattern and has a protruding wavy pattern around the. It is from around 1820. I searched the web up and down and the only other plate I found with the impressed name is in the The Victoria and Albert Museum, London. The subjects depicted on the plate is a Chinese landscape; Pagodas in the background and 2 Chinese royalty ladies at the front (one seated the other standing). The plate is in brilliant condition for its age but does have a few defects in places what looks like rust and some scratches on the top glaze. Diameter: 8½ inches about 21½cm. I will answer all questions as best I can. When your parcel arrives and you are satisfied please leave a feedback so that I know it arrived and all is well, if for some reason you are not satisfied please contact me directly and we can work through any problem. To the people there I apologize. On life is that there are good people and bad people no matter what country, what color, what religion or how tall or how short they may be. And that being nice is underrated.
Check my other listings in my store. The item "HEATHCOTE CHINA BLUE & WHITE PATTERN SOUP PLATE Mark Impressed ca. 1820 museum" is in sale since Saturday, May 18, 2013. This item is in the category "Antiques\Decorative Arts\Ceramics & Porcelain\Bowls".
The seller is "michaelcoins2012" and is located in Israel. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Primary Material: Ceramic & Porcelain
- Age: 1800-1849
- Original/Reproduction: Original
- Color: White and Blue
- Maker: Charles Heathcote & Co of Lane End, England
- Country/Region of Origin: United Kingdom