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11-3/4" long x 8-1/4" high

Stunningly gorgeous and dramatic antique porcelain platter made by the Samuel Alcock's Hill Pottery Co. in Burslem, England. This company was only in business from 1861-1867, so the pieces are on the more rare side. This is their Greek revival pattern which was very popular during the middle of the 19th Century. A classical Green scene with a goddess being embraced by a winged cherub, they are in bright flame-orange on a brilliant cobalt blue background. Four swirling designs in orange and gold flank this scene on the top, bottom and both sides. The rim of the platter is decorated by rows of orange flowers and another row of orange banding.

Marked on back "JSH" in a diamond. This is a very unusual art piece that would be a beautiful and unsual display item.

Antique Burslem Hill Pottery Cobalt Blue and Orange Porcelain Platter with Cherub


Overview

  • Vintage Supply from the 1800s
  • Only ships within United States.
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