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This is a beautiful red transferware dinner plate made by Wedgwood. This was made in England for the Transylvania Club of Sandersville, Georgia. It later was made the official plate for the State of Georgia. They made different scenes in the center of the plate, with this one showing the Founder of the Colony of Georgia, James Edward Oglethorpe. The border shows peaches, the state seal, the Savannah, Fort Frederica, Liberty Hall, Bethesda the first orphanage of America, and home of Crawford Long.
Wedgwood made this plate for a number of years, so I'm guessing on the age. But I did not find a lot of them for sale. It was also made in blue.
This plate is in excellent condition, without any scratches, chips, cracks, repairs or crazing.
This would make a great addition to any pink or red transferware collection or a Georgia History collection.

Size: 10 1/2" diameter

HOLIDAY SALE - THIS IS A BIG BIRTHDAY WEEK FOR ME, SO I"M PUTTING LOTS OF ITEMS ON SALE. REGULAR PRICE $45.

I have 1 more of these plates, but they do have a few light scratches and I will sell them for less. Send me a note, if you are interested and I can make a new listing.

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Shipping is for priority mail and includes insurance with this item.

(9-3-12/8V1A)

HOLiDAY SaLE - GEORGiA Wedgwood PLATE - Red & White Transferware - Official State of Georgia - James Oglethorpe

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1980s
  • Material: china
  • Only ships to United States from Florida, United States.
  • Feedback: 80 reviews
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