1887 Antique Blue Queen Victoria Worcester Porcelain Jubilee Plate
A beautiful and original Worcester blue and white bone china, porcelain transferware plate in navy blue. It depicts the profile of Queen Victoria in the centre and an inscription for the 1887 commemoration her 50th Golden Jubilee of 1887. At that pont her reign had been from 1837, for 50 full years.
Text on plate front reads:
Victoria Dei Gratia (by the grace of God)
Reg. Et Imp. 1837.1887
Blue Worcester Factory mark
British Registration Number "69919"
(Note: This date code for is for the year 1887)
It also has an incised number mark of "W5" and a blue potter's tally mark of N.
The plate has Victorian flowers, scrolls, leaves, thistles and overall Victorian embellished desogn on the edge. It is 10.5 inches in diameter. It was manufactured by the famous Worcester Porcelain Factory in Worcestershire, England, in business since 1751.
This piece is in wonderful condition, printed in deep blue tones. There are no chips, cracks or repairs. Minor firing marks under the glaze before firing, as most of these have. Click images to see condition in close up views. It was found in the Kingsbridge, Devon area of England. Please see our other Queen Victoria Red Worcester Plate found with this one here.
Size: 10.5 inches in diameter
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