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CREAMWARE CHILDS PLATE
E Mayer operated from 1770 till around 1813 and we believed from the style of the plate that this piece dates from around 1790

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  • Xupes Reference CE1307003
  • Age E Mayer operated from 1770 till around 1813 and we believed from the style of the plate that this piece dates from around 1790
  • Condition The plate is offered in fine original condition without restoration. There are a couple of small chips, one to the rim and further one to the inside edge but these certainly do not detract. A rare and 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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  • We offer this rare antique Staffordshire creamware childs alphabet plate with poem by E Mayer, Hanley dating from around 1790. This delightful little plate is of rounded shape with a raised rim and is relief moulded with dogs, cats and a man training a bear like animal. The centre of the plate is printed with framed verse which reads ‘Be ye to others kind and true As you’d have others be to you And neith say nor do to them Whate’er you would not take again’. The plate is hand painted in coloured enamels with a red painted rim. The base has an impressed mark along with various old collectors and dealers labels including a price of £200 when bought in the 1980’s.

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