Antique Plate From Royal Staffordshire
Category: Collectible Kitchenware
Item: Antique Plate From Royal Staffordshire
Dims: 12 5/8"Diam
Weight: 5 lbs
Condition: New (never used)
Uses: Home Decor
1x WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE STAFFORDSHIRE Historic 12 5/8” Plate
Marked on bottom rim with: SHAKESPEARE / lion emblem (Royal Staffordshire Pottery) / Burslem / England / F. Mark was used around 1907 by Arthur J. Wilkinson (Ltd) operating at the Royal Staffordshire Pottery (and formerly at the Central Pottery), in Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent.
The Flow Blue design features the portrait of William Shakespeare, Shakespeare's house in Stratford on Avon and scene with Hamlet and Ophelia.
It measures about 12-5/8” in diameter and 1-1/4” off the table.
This item is in excellent antique condition with no noticeable wear, no cracks or repairs.
Looks as if this piece was used not as a serving dish but for decorative purpose only.
This plate is truly a marvelous piece and highly collectible! Beautiful addition to your home.
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