In Oxford, England, where the Thames is known as the Isis, the art of tin glazed ceramics continues to flourish. Deborah Sears, painter, designer and owner of Isis Ceramics, has collected 17th century English Delftware for many years. From this enthusiasm arose this exceptional range of ceramics in beautiful patterns and shapes that evoke the spirit of 17th and 18th century England.
Dinnerware set in beautiful hand-painted patterns that evoke the spirit of 17th and 18th century England. This set is done in tonal shades of grey, which is a color for all Isis Ceramics signature patterns. Dated 1998. This set was collected by the estate owner in the Palladian and English Garden patterns, featuring grand estates, follies, lakes, deer, cows, swans, and sheep. Each one is an original, hand painted work of art, signed and numbered on the back. Each plate measures 11". Sold in a set of 8 Dinner Plates.