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Transferware43 of 153Creamic Art Company Crown Pottery Ruskin Blue Green TransferwareLarge transfer ware platter
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    Posted 6 years ago

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    Hello there, I know it's extremely unlikely but I was wondering if anyone knows the name of this pattern please? & even the maker somehow, no backstamps or impressed marks. Thank you!

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    1. AdeleC AdeleC, 6 years ago
      It's lovely. Looks a bit like Spode, but that's just my impression. Could be early with no marks at all. Good Luck.
    2. martika martika, 6 years ago
      Your plate was made by Elkins, 1822-1830, it features Stackpole Court, Pembrokeshire :
      Part of a series of scenes, not all of which are Irish.
    3. RICHIEROBS RICHIEROBS, 6 years ago
      Thank you for your suggestion Adele!& Martika, thank you so much AGAIN!! You helped me with my last blue & white plate which you solved so quickly! Thank you so much, I don't know how you do it!!
    4. martika martika, 6 years ago
      You are welcome! I have got a very good book : Encyclopedia of British transfer-printed pottery patterns 1790-1930. It contains the illustration of many hundred patterns.
    5. RICHIEROBS RICHIEROBS, 6 years ago
      Ah thanks for that, I shall have to keep a look out on my travels for it! Until then I may have to turn to you on collectors weekly!

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