1820 2 Georgian Mulberry "Summer Flowers" Alcock Pearlware Cake Plates
1820's 2 Transferware Mulberry Pearlware Cake Plates by Samuel Alcock, Summer Flowers Pattern
Here are 2 beautiful old early 19th century Georgian era mulberry cake plates in by S. Alcock. They have no chips or repairs. Note: One, the marked one, has a very faint spider firing Y mark under the printed mark to left in photo 5. It must be scrutinized very closely to see, in fact we didn't see it until we took a photo. They do have some overall discolouration as seen, a yellowing, and minor edge wear. See photos.
They are pearlware, and you can see the cobalt blue pooled on back rims. They were found recently in Totnes, Devon and are 2 great pieces of 200 year old Alcock Pottery.
Size: 6.75 inches in diameter each, 2.
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