This has sold.
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What's for sale?
This is a very large, Victorian serving platter made by Wedgwood during the late 1800s. It was shaped by hand and also painted by hand in black and gold, over a red and brown transfer pattern.
This is an impressive piece of old tableware and it's been put to good use over the years.
Large platters are an excellent way to present food and are perfect for Christmas dinner. Old china tableware can continue to be used and enjoyed, but it shouldn't be put in a dishwasher or left immersed in hot water. Wash by hand with warm water and washing-up liquid.
Who made it and when?
It was made by Josiah Wedgwood in November of 1885. Underneath is the pattern number, artist's mark and Wedgwood's impression and date code. It reads:
- NOM (meaning November 1884)
What condition is it in?
- In fair condition
- Clean and without chips or cracks
- The gilding on the edges is worn
- There are cutlery and utensil marks all over
- There is a lot of crazing on the back
What are the measurements?
- 38.5cm width
- 48cm in length
- 2490 grams
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19th century (1800-1899)
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