c. 1900 Antique Chinoiserie Plate in Oriental Flower Pot Pattern
These are 11 circa 1890's-1900 Victorian to early Edwardian era English pottery Chinoiserie china luncheon plates. They were recently found in the Totnes area of Devon, England. They measure 7 and 6/8 inches diameter each.
This oriental pattern is known as a Flower Pot pattern, with a Gold Trim. It is known to have been made by both Minton and Royal Worcester. They are unmarked, as so many of these early pottery pieces are. They are clean and beautiful. This pattern also resembles the famous Indian Tree pattern with Chinese influence.
Click images to see pattern and condition in very close up and movable views. They are lovely old plates found intact and together in the west country, 11 total.
NOTE: Sold separately, the price below is for one plate. You may buy one or 11, email me if you would like to buy a number of them for a reduced price.
Size: 7 and 6/8 inches diameter each: 11 total, luncheon size
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