19th C. Staffordshire Transferware Willow Pattern Plate - UnidentifiedMaker
19th C. Staffordshire Transferware Willow Pattern Plate, circa 1830. Unknown maker.
Dimensions: Approximately 7¾” diameter.
The front of the plate is decorated in the so-called “Standard Pattern” for willow ware. The includes temples, a bridge with three individuals crossing, a boat, a pair of birds, and trees.
The reverse has an impressed mark within an oval using the British Royal Arms and a partially illegible wording including “P COY. LTD”.
References, if any:
“CHINOISERIE, Printed British Ceramics in the Chinese Style 1750 - 1900” by Halliday and Zeller.
“Spode’s Willow Pattern and Other Designs after the Chinese” by Copeland.
The Illustrated Encyclopedia of British Willow Ware” by Rogers.
Condition: Minor glaze flaws, otherwise in excellent condition considering age and usage.