STAFFORDSHIRE ANTIQUE BLUE & WHITE POTTERY BOY
ON A BUFFALO PATTERN PEARLWARE PLATE C.1795-1800
beautiful early blue and white Staffordshire pearlware display plate
best china cabinet, dresser or wall. A fine example of the Boy on a Buffalo pattern. This is
one of the earliest Spode antique blue and white transfer printed patterns directly copied from a design found
on Chinese porcelain. It dates from c.1795-1800. A wonderful rare and desirable
antique that looks so good on display with other fine antiques and
will enhance any collection of best English pottery." Antiques Expert
Identical plates in this pattern with slightly raised edge to the rim -
as found on this piece, are illustrated in Robert
Copeland, Spode's Willow Pattern and other designs after the Chinese,plates 9 and 10 pp. 103-104 .
width 246 mm max.
In brilliant condition. No significant damage or chips or
restoration. There is typical very minor age wear to the rims
that does not detract from the display qualities of this rare piece.
You are unlikely to find a better surviving example.
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