A group of eight creamware plates
Lot 205
A group of eight creamware plates, late 18th century
Sold for £475 (US$ 797) inc. premium
Lot Details
A group of eight creamware plates, late 18th century
With interesting primitive decoration, Comprising a plate, attributed to Rothwell, with a feather moulded rim painted in green and manganese with garlands of fruiting vines, 23cm diam, two plates decorated with the same pattern of flowers and a fence in underglaze manganese, 37.9cm and 23.4cm, another in manganese with flowers, 23.6cm diam, a plate painted in manganese with a landscape with a shell moulded rim, 24cm diam, a plate with a scalloped rim with a similar design, 25cm diam, a plate with a moulded and gadrooned border in brown and green, 25cm diam, and a plain creamware plate with a scroll moulded rim, 24cm diam (some damage) (8)


  • The first plate was exhibited in the NCS exhibition, Rotherham, 1997, item 91. Another plate painted in this pattern is illustrated by John D. Griffin, The Yorkshire Potteries (2012) p.264, pl.664. The last mentioned plate provenance the Norma Wright and Norman Stretton collections.
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