Unusual slate blue transferware plate by Brown-Westhead Moore & Co. This pattern is a part of the “Gainsboro” series featuring hyper-realistic images of fruit arrayed before a white wall, in this case branches of juicy peaches. The realistic treatment extends to the careful rendering of shadows, giving the still life group a greater sense of depth. This belongs to the Aesthetic Movement in the mid 1800s The stamp on the underside is a Crown over a Circle containing "GAINSBORO" in the Ring. In the center there's a Shield with "BWM & C" across a diagonal patch. Beneath the Mark is the registration number Rd No 7890 DEPOSE 12. This design was registered in 1868, and the company shut down in 1904, so this plate would be from within that period. Made in Stoke-upon-Trent, England.
This plate is approximately 10.5 inches in diameter and weighs roughly 620 grams.
Note : These pieces are available with free shipping within India, we do not ship these internationally. Since most of these items are vintage, they are pre-used, pre-loved and beautifully aged. They may have scratches and scuffs, the plating may have worn off and occasionally some missing parts may have been replaced by the original owners. If you’re a regular collector you know how it is. Eina personally hand picks each item herself so inspite of their imperfections they’re still beautiful as they are. These pieces have been selected as décor pieces and not items of functional use. Please ask us any questions you have and we’ll be happy to answer them for you. We do not offer returns, refunds or exchanges on these items.
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