Andrew Stevenson (English(Staffordshire) 1810-1827), Minton (English(Staffordshire) 1793–1872), Josiah Wedgwood (English(Staffordshire) 1759–2005), early 19th century. A group of four early blue and white earthenware plates comprising two (2) Minton plates, pattern "Giraffe and Came'" aka "Giraffe and Camel Willow Pattern " (diameter 9.75") and "Fisherman" (diameter 9.37"), Wedgwood plate pattern "Blue Palisade" aka "Chinese Garden, Blue Bamboo" (diameter 10") and Stevenson "Chinese Traders" aka "New Canton" (diameter 10"). Stevenson plate with impressed "STEVENSON". Wedgwood plate with impressed "WEDGWOOD". Provenance: Property from the Private Collection of Mrs. Nancy Rutledge Pogue, Blufton, South Carolina (wife of Mr. William Pogue, who served as an heir to the H. & S. Pogue Company department store chain based in Cincinnati, Ohio).
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