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GEORGE JONES MAJOLICA SARDINE DISH
Circa 1865

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  • Xupes Reference CE1209001
  • Age Circa 1865
  • Condition The sardine dish and stand is offered in excellent original condition without loss, damage or restoration. There is some slight crazing around the edges of the dish although this certainly does not detract. A stunning example and a wonderful addition to any serious collection!  View More Details

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    Unworn

    Item is in unworn or unused condition and there are no visible imperfections.

    Exceptional

    The item is in exceptional pre-owned condition and shows almost no signs of wear with very few imperfections.

    Excellent

    The item is in excellent pre-owned condition and shows minimal signs of wear with minor imperfections detailed in the condition report.

    Very Good

    The item is in very good condition and shows one or two noticeable signs of wear or patina relative to its age.

    Good

    The item is in good pre-owned condition and shows some general signs of wear or patina relative to its age.

    Fair

    The item is in fair pre-owned condition and shows overall wear or patina relative to its age.

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  • A rare and superb antique majolica lidded sardine dish and stand made by George Jones and dating from around 1865. Sardines were one of the great delicacies of the Victorian era and these types of dishes were used by wealthy households to draw attention to their presence on the dining table. The rectangular shaped dish has a moulded leaf design with a rope twist rim and a recessed domed lid moulded with three fish lying on a seaweed ground. The dish has a fitted stand with a recessed central well and is similarly decorated to the dish with a leaf and rope twist edge. The central dish has a mottled brown and green design as is also found on the bottom of the dish and the stand. The sardine dish is decorated in typical bright majolica colours of turquoise, green and yellow with naturalistic colours painted to the fish and with a bright pink finish to the inside of the dish. The base of the dish is painted with the number 1821 on a clear reserve and as typically used by George Jones.

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