George Jones and Sons
This gorgeous tazza is by George Jones in the Primrose Pattern. It dates to the Aesthetic Movement which you can read about here:
This dish is a dark brown transfer that has been hand painted in teal, green, brown, blue and gold. The dish is heavily scalloped and trimmed with gold. Can be displayed vertically or horizontally.
Absolutely gorgeous detail!
I will be listing three bone dishes from this pattern (each with a different floral design), plates and two footed compotes.
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.
I have more than one of these plates available and will list more if you need more than one. thank you!
Measures 8 5/8" x 3" tall
Condition: No chips or cracks. There is crazing is present. Some gold loss around the rim.
To learn more about English transferware please visit my blog:
Have any questions? Contact the shop owner.