SCROLLS, RETICULATED WRITING/SERVING STANDS, FLOWERS & SCALLOPED RAISED SILL & SWAG EDGE, featuring STAMPED. Late 19th century E n g l i s h antique decorated ironstone & earthenware chargers & serving plates, with transfer graphic iconography & Oriental, exotic themes. 11 ½" Diameter x 1 ½" Height. In superb, very well preserved overall antique condition, with no cutlery marks, scuffs or abrasions to its interior basin and most importantly, no hairline cracks or edge flea-bites and subsequent ceramic loss. The raised, cleated, round footing on its baseplate is also free of ceramic loss.
Is decorated with a decidedly Chinese themed recurring motif and stamped with a black ink, as well as a pressed, embossed maker's mark'E. The 11 1/2 in diameter ironstone charger has crisp, clean transfer graphic iconography, featuring a central Chinese motif, with a large ornate handled urn with cut flowers, a Chinese gate or painted wooden fencing, a Chinese upholstered chaisse lounge recliner or a serving/writing stand, all surrounded by a recurring perimeter ribbon of meandering flowers.The flat interior basin is surrounded by scalloped, rising rays that end at the plate's outer margin in a swag edge. A decorative late 19th century E n g l i s h decorated ironstone ceramic charger, not a dinner plate. Very Good to Excellent overall antique condition. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\China\Plates".
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