A very large and beautiful early 19th century Staffordshire transfer platter in great condition. This is the Warwick Vase pattern by Enoch Wood and Sons and the condition is bright and perfect other than an insignificant nick of glaze off of the side edge. The surface glaze is nice with almost no wear at all. For the record, there is a very minor and slight amount of discoloration in the center that is not at all distracting and would easily clean with a professional cleaning, but it does not need it. As you can see, there are also a few small spots of blue in the center areaas made. Normal glaze crazing.
Measures 19" by 16&1/4"
(all little white spots are light spots from the photography)
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