Antique George Jones & Sons "abbey" 10-3/4" Large Dinner Plate, Flow Blue C 1910
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Antique George Jones & Sons "abbey" 10-3/4" Large Dinner Plate, Flow Blue C 1910:
George Jones & Sons
10-3/4" Large Dinner Plate
Offered: This antique dinner plate was made by George Jones & Sons (England) in a rich flow blue pattern called "Abbey." It has a scalloped rim with raised sides, heavily decorated with garlands and scenes of abbey ruins. The flow blue effect is most noticeable in the designs around the rim. This pattern was made between 1901 and 1921.
large, heavy plate measures 10-3/4 inches wide across the rim. It has a lot of fine utensil marks, but no deep scratches or gouges (nothing that mars the display). There are several shallow chips and flakes on the back side of the rim edge at the bottom (not visible from the front); see closeup photos with red arrows. (Some photos were taken with natural light, others with flash.)
lovely plate is clearly marked on the bottom with a blue "George Jones & Sons | Abbey | 1790 | England."
Thepotteries.org says "c.1901-1921~ The ABBEY pattern was manufactured by GEORGE JONES AND SONS beginning in 1901. This pattern was originally known as ABBEY WREATH and had been produced by WILLIAM ADAMS in the 1840s. GEORGE JONES bought many of the ADAMS patterns in 1861."
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