A large and colorful molded transferware platter with a central design of a churchyard surrounded by idyllic floral and tree decorations. The acanthus leaf handles decorate the platter even further.; The low fired ceramic platter has been molded and decorated with a pleasing pale blue transfer. The cavetto has a repeating design of berry branches with a tiny flower edge. The central well is decorated with a bucolic scene of a churchyard, garden and castle in the distance. The platter has a raised foot and glazed base. The glaze is thin, smooth, and shiny with very fine crazing.; The number 14 and what looks like a laying down letter I or a bar is impressed in the bottom.; MEASUREMENTS; 13 ½” (34.3 cm) wide x 12 ¼” (31.1 cm) diameter x 1 7/8” (4.8 cm) tall. Weighs 2 lb 15.1 oz (1330 g); CONDITION; There is a very small rim chip under both handles that you don’t see unless you turn the platter over. There is wear to the central wear and a few stain spots. There are glaze flaws on the central well, such as tiny blue spots and pimples. There are pimples, blue spots and some staining underneath and a few glaze losses on the rim edge. The plate looks great for its age.; A nice large antique platter to make a statement with shabby chic, Victorian or English cottage decors. You will definitely spot this platter from across the room.Domestic: Flat-rate of $19.48 to anywhere within the contiguous U.S.International: Foreign shipping rates are determined by destination.Combined shipping: Please ask about combined shipping for multiple lots before bidding.Location: This item ships from Washington
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