1914 Edwardian Royal Doulton Miniature Green Pin Dish or Tea Tray
#AD070 Toile Royal Doulton Pattern
This tiny rectangular Edwardian era miniature English pottery transferware trinket dish, dresser tray, pin dish or child's dinnerware tray measures only 5.25 x 3.25 inches, and sits nicely in the palm of your hand. We show it photographed with an English pence for the small size reference. It has a beautiful all over sage green / olive green toile leaf and floral pattern that we were unable to identify. Any help appreciated, email Debra here.
The graphic Royal Doulton mark on verso dates it to 1902-1922. This RD mark with lion and crown was introduced to celebrate the the granting of the Royal Warrant to Royal Doulton by King Edward VII 1841-1910, the next reigning son of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. "D3782" is also hand painted on reverse, which dates the tray to the start of the WWI era in 1914.
Olive green leaves, roses, sprigs, springs, and twigs make up this plate, with a running scroll border adorn this tiny tray. It has an all over toile pattern. It is clean and beautiful, no chips, cracks or restoration. There is age crazing only on the back of this over 100 year old piece, which adds to the charm. It can be seen in photos.
Click images to see condition in very close up and movable views. Click again to see full images of this tiny piece on your screen to scroll through. It was found in Totnes, Devon, England and is a little antique beauty.
Size: 5.25 x 3.25 inches
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