Framed Burslem Doulton Antique Grazing Cattle Cows Charger Plate Green Yellow Transferware Staffordshire China RARE


Brand Royal Doulton

Victorian Staffordshire
Doulton Burslem (Royal Doulton after 1901Grazing Steer / Cattle / Cows

Circa 1900

For consideration is this very rare, green and yellow transfer ware plate by (Royal) Doulton of Burslem, England.  The plate reveals a stunning depiction of three cows / cattle surrounded by an elaborate border of cartouches inset with medallion designs.  Very unusual to find in this colorway.

comes in an antique/vintage gold leaf Octagon frame, under glass and on black velvet (or velvet like) fabric. Ready to hang.  

This charger pre-dates the "Royal" warrant as it was in 1901 the factory was honoured by the presentation of the Royal Warrant to its Chairman, and the Doulton Potteries received the right to use the word " Royal " in the description of their manufactures. The Burslem factory has been favoured by many Royal visits, the most recent being when Princess Elizabeth (H.M. Queen Elizabeth II) spent an hour and a half in the plant on November 2nd, 1949.

Measures: 11"

Condition: No chips or cracks to plate.  Frame has some scratches but nothing significant.  The black velvet material is slightly folded down but can easily be lifted and straightened out.  The plate can be removed from the frame.  If you don’t want the frame please let me know and the shipping cost can be adjusted.

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