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    Staffordshire Childs Pearlware Name Plate for SAMUEL 1830

    Staffordshire Childs Pearlware Name Plate for SAMUEL 1830

    £470 free shipping to USA (approx conversion from $525)

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    Early Staffordshire Childs Pearlware Name Plate

    CHRISTENING GIFT for SAMUEL

    Staffordshire England c 1830

    This is an early child's transferware plate, circa 1830. It measures 7 1/2 inches in diameter. 

    Fit for a once and future Queen, the plate is transfer printed in black with an engraved decorative cartouche surrounding the name SAMUEL in block letters in the center of the well, encircled with a three-color red green blue moulded floral border and scalloped rim, finished with pearlware glaze. The plate is beautifully potted with decorative flourish.

    The piece is unmarked. It most certainly was made in the Staffordshire district. Plates like this were made as christening presents or gifts for good children and rewards of merit, used to aid in childrens education and moral training in the early to mid-19th century. 

    The plate is in great condition. An uncommon name scarcely found on christening wares of this period.

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    Additional Information

    Code

    11288

    Period

    19th Century, Victorian (1837 to 1901)

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