Aesthetic Movement China Black Transferware Plate Trailing Vines Spider Mum Chrysanthemum Staffordshire England


Brand Bridgett & Bates

Antique black transferware plate dating to the Aesthetic Movement depicting a beautiful spray of foliage and flowers...I think these are Spider Mums. Trimmed with a thin geometric border and outlined in gold. Stunning detail!

Attributed to one of the following Staffordshire potters:

Pattern is Dresden

Bates & Bennett of Cobridge c.1868-95

Blackhurst & Bourne of Burslem c.1880-92

L A Birks of Stoke c.1896-1900

Bridgett & Bates of Longton c.1882-1915

Measures: 10.5"

Condition: No chips or cracks, there is some wear, mainly around the gold edge of the plate

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