Antique Chinoiserie Dinner Plate, Corey Hill, by William Ridgway, Son & Co England, 1800's
Product Description: A stunning, hand-painted dinner plate with a glossy overglaze by William Ridgway, Son & Co. Staffordshire, England in the Corey Hill pattern. Dating back approximately 1838-1847, it showcases beautifully in colors from the Imari palette and gold gilt highlights with Oriental floral and buildings.
Note: Refer to condition below
Dimensions: Diameter: 10 ½”
Weight: 1 pound 10 ounces
Colors: Blue, Rusty Orange-Red on White with Gold Highlights
Maker: W.R.S. & Co. – William Ridgway Son & Company
Pattern: Corey Hill, Status: Discontinued
Pattern Number: 2615
Markings: Improved Stone (incised above), Imperial Stone W.R.S & Co. with the British Royal Coat of Arms (stamped in blue), 2615 (in rusty orange-red)
Origin: Staffordshire, England
Condition: Previously owned – used. Condition is consistent with age and normal use. Good condition. No cracks, chips or crazing. Wear with some paint loss on sides of edges, more-so on one side (as shown). 4 indentations on edge from making of the piece. On the back; 3 indented dots in triangular form, color aging on back edges with a 1/8” nick on back edge. Light scratches on front and back, although does not distract from beauty.
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