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CASTLE HEDINGHAM PLAQUE 19TH C.
Dates between 1864 and 1901

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  • Xupes Reference DA1403012
  • Age Dates between 1864 and 1901
  • Condition The plaque is offered in good presentable condition with some small glaze chips around the rim and with a small nail sized section broken and reattached. Overall the condition is good and the dish is without restoration, displays well and is a fine and interesting example to add 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 are delighted to offer this stylish antique art pottery plague carved in relief with titled heads set between vases containing flowers designed by Edward Bingham and made at Castle Hedingham pottery between 1864 and 1901. Many of Bingham’s designs were based on medieval styles and were consequently quite naively and crudely potted however remain highly desirable and collected today. The earthenware plaque has a medieval feel to it and stands on a rounded pedestal foot with a raised rim and is carved in relief with six heads each with a titled banner above. The heads are arranged around the dish with tall elegantly shaped vases in between and containing flowering blooms. These are set around a central incised tadpole design and the plaque is painted in tones of brown, blue and green against a cream coloured ground. The plaque has a marbled finish to the underneath with a raised castle and incised marks to the foot and with hanging holes applied to the rim.

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