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Antique Rare Pink Green Two Color Transferware Plate Vine Flowers Linlithgow Loch Scotland


Brand Nancy's Daily Dish

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After 1828, technology allowed potters to produce two and three color transfer wares.  This is truly a stunning and most beautiful example which dates to 1835-40.  The unique shape along with the green and pink / red bi color transfer is exquisite!

From Royal Cauldon of Staffordshire is this lovely plate depicting Linlithgow Palace from the vantage point of the Loch below.  The scene is done in green and has a pink / red border of scrolls and garlands of flowers.

Measures 6.25"

Condition: Minor rough spots and tiny nick around outer rim.  Stilt marks, minor glaze pops (common during production of this time period), crazing

Marked with a crown and reads NEW STONE CHINA

*figurines and two color teacup/saucer are listed individually