JOHN MEIR HANDLED DESSERT PLATE, KIRKHAM PRIORY, 1825. Delightful blue and white transferware dessert plate with handles, decorated with an early 19.
Century view of Kirkham Priory in Yorkshire. The scene shows cattle grazing in the grounds of Kirkham Priory ruins, and is from the'Pineapple Border' series attributed to John Meir of Tunstall. More details can be found in The Transferware Recorder, Selected British Views, by Dick Henrywood. The plate is in very good antique condition, with slight wear to the glaze and some kiln dirt within the glaze.Marked to the base with blue printed Kirkham Priory, Yorkshire. The items listed are old and may show signs of wear commensurate with age. I try to describe items as accurately as possible, including a number of photos showing details and highlighting any flaws. A: Perfect, with minimal signs of wear.
No chips, cracks or repairs. B: Very good, some wear commensurate with age. C: Good, some wear to high spots, such as gilding, rim and base edges.
Small chips and/or cracks, as described. D: Fair, showing a high degree of wear and tear commensurate with age. Chips, cracks and repairs, as described. E: Poor, showing heavy wear, damage and/or plus previous repairs.
All items will be securely packed with bubble wrap and biodegradable packing beans within a strong cardboard box. This item is in the category "Pottery, Ceramics & Glass\Decorative Cookware & Tableware\Plates".
The seller is "rosamundi" and is located in this country: GB. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.