1800's Staffordshire Commodore Macdonnough Victory Plate Enoch Wood, War Of 1812
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1800's Staffordshire Commodore Macdonnough Victory Plate Enoch Wood, War Of 1812:
Early 19th Century Blue & White
Staffordshire Transferware Plate by Enoch Wood & Sons, Circa
1819-1846, Busrslem, Titled "Commodore MacDonough's Victory"
center of the plate illustrates a battle scene from the War of
1812. One of MacDonough's crowning achievements as commander of the
American Naval Forces, this plate depicts the battle of Battle of Lake
Champlain, also known as the Battle of Plattsburgh (New York). The
edges of the plate with blue transfer floral and shell border designs. The back is
marked with an impressed maker's mark and "WOOD", and marked with an
underglaze "17" in blue.
Measurements: 9 1/8" Diameter
Condition: Overall Good. There are some minor firing imperfections to the
surface. In addition to use and age wear on the surface of the plate. No
chips, cracks or repairs. One tiny fleck to the surface of the plate to the left of the right side ship with clouds of smoke surrounding it - it is barely visible. Please inquire if you need more details.
Shipping/Invoicing: If you have questions, please ask. I will combine shipping and will
email you at the end of the sale with a TOTAL to include insurance.
The s/h quote listed is an estimate that includes some insurance. (Please note: I require shipping WITH insurance for this piece)
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response please message me prior to offerding for approval. (Sorry, one bad apple ruins it sometimes..!)