English Transferware Black Plate Embossed & Gilded Gilt Border George Jones Scenic Path Through Mountain Village


Brand George Jones & Sons

Staffordshire Black Transfer Ware Plate

George Jones and Sons


Circa 1891-1920

This gorgeous plate depicts a gorgeous scene of a rock path/bridge that winds through a village nestled against the mountains on either side.

The plate has a stunning embossed border of urns and medallions with a gilt acanthus leaf trim.

 Absolutely gorgeous detail! Some of the prettiest plates I've seen.

The company began operation in c.1864 at Stoke Upon Trent at the Trent Potteries Works as George Jones and in 1873 became George Jones & Sons Ltd. They produced gorgeous majolica and earthen wares.

In 1907 the works was renamed Crescent Potteries.
George Jones died in 1893.

Measures 10" 

Condition: There is a little typical crazing present. No chips or cracks.

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