Red / Pink Transferware Plate Spode Archive Girl At Well - Garden Flowers
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From Spode's Archives is this lovely red plate depicting a girl at the water well in the center of a lush garden where flowers abound. From the online Spode Exhibition, “The pattern dates from the early 1820's. It employs the same border as found on the Union Wreath Third pattern. This pattern was used on a variety of wares and the subject matter made it a popular pattern for toy tea services.“. It is alternately known as Girl at Font.
Measures: just under 10.5"
Condition: Great, no chips or cracks.
Made in England
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