1890's Mason's Ironstone Oriental Orange Flowers & Peacock Bird Plate
This is a beautiful and original English pottery patent ironstone 7.5 inch late Victorian dinner plate made by Mason's in an old Chinoiserie pattern. It depicts orange and blue flowers, a peacock bird and beautiful graphic Victorian embellishments around the edge.
It has the 19th century brown Masons crown mark with the words "Mason's Patent Ironstone China, England", as well as L7071J and an impressed mark in the clay of 2835. Use of the word ENGLAND in the mark was introduced after 1891, and MADE IN ENGLAND was introduced after 1923.
This is a beautiful old imari style 1890's-1900 piece of Mason's ironstone and in beautiful condition. It was found in Newton Abbott, Devon, England. It depicts the far eastern origins of many of Mason's designs. Click images to see condition in very close up and movable views. Be sure to see other fine Mason's and Ashworth pieces on our site.
Size: 7.5 inches in diameter
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