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Rare Early 19th Century Minton Chinese Marine Tea Biscuit Sweet Platter

Rare Early 19th Century Minton Chinese Marine Tea Biscuit Sweet Platter Rare Early 19th Century Minton Chinese Marine Tea Biscuit Sweet Platter Rare Early 19th Century Minton Chinese Marine Tea Biscuit Sweet Platter
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Beautiful Rare Early 19th Century Minton Chinese Marine Tea Biscuit or Sweet Platter. Blue and white transfer small platter has a gadroon edge surrounding the scene of a Chinese Pagoda in a landscape, a wooden fence, the same as seen in early Willow patterns. A river is in the forefront with two figures  standing on the river's bank. The two handles have a rose floral designs.

Minton founded his pottery manufactory in Stoke-upon-Trent, Staffordshire, England in 1793. This pattern was introduced in 1825, depicting soft blue and white Chinese village scenes and landscapes. Marked on the back with the ornate mark used from 1822-1836. There is a small under-rim chip which I have forgiven A wonderful addition to your collection of antique blue and white transfer-ware pieces.

  • Measures 8" x 6".

 

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