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Antique English stoneware plate in a style known as napkin fold because of the corners and the illusion they are folded over. The plate is concave (like a soup plate). The berry and floral vine design are hand applied in black. It is not a transfer.

Plate measures 9 in. square.
Colors: Aqua blue, maroon, black, white

Back mark: SB & Son with an Anchor in an oval; incised English registry mark (not readable)

Research on the mark produced the following information from

19th Century, English. By Sampson Bridgwood & Son, founded in 1853 to present day (although Bridgewood ceased to be involved as early as 1879). Logo shows an Anchor in Oval and SB & Son. In about 1853 Sampson Bridgwood took the Anchor Pottery at Longton.

The plate has some minor age wear in the coloring and one edge has a rough spot. Overall, very good condition for its age.

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Antique Plate Black Stencil Woodland Design w. Aqua Napkin Fold Corner, SB & Son England 1800s

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