Leed's Type Blue Feather Edge, Hand Painted Blue Pearlware Plate, 18th Century
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Leed's Type Blue Feather Edge, Hand Painted Blue Pearlware Plate, 18th Century:
Leed's Type Blue Feather Edge, Hand Painted Blue Pearlware Plate, 18th Century Leed's Type Blue Feather Edge, Hand Painted Blue "Asian Pagoda" Pearlware Plate, c. 1780-1820. This fine Leed's type pearlware plate is a wonderful example with a sharp, bright appearance. Although this is not marked Leed's it is manufactured with the famous blue feather edge border that the Leed's factory made so famous. The plate has a hand painted cobalt blue landscape scene with an Asian pagoda in the center. This has an embossed, raised feather edge border which makes this one even better. This is unmarked and has a deep blue green pooling under the glaze. This beauty is offered here with .
DIMENSIONS: 3/4" H. x 9 13/16" Dia..
CONDITION: The condition is "As found" with a hairline crack off the rim that runs into the bowl. There are also some nicks to the rim and some light overall staining to the plate.
SHIPPING: Buyer pays actual shipping costs based upon the 2 pounds and 15 ounces weight and postal zone. Please use the shipping calculator within this listing to calculate postage within the continental United States. This includes professional packing with USPS Mail delivery.
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