Three Bloor Derby Dessert Plates c.1825


A Collection of three Bloor Derby Dessert Plates c.1825, two with border shaped with moulded flower heads picked up in gilt and finely painted with apple-blossoms on a green ground. The plate in the middle of similar shape, decorated with roses and birds on blue/black ground. Dimensions: 24cm diam. Marks in red. Condition: minor ware, one plate with a stress line.

Stock Number: PN10109

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Derby Porcelain Marks


Rare, early incised mark c.1750-5.


Incised Potter's marks. (on hte left: the repairer's mark of Issac Farnsworth, on the right: that of Joseph Hill).


Incised mark, found on dishes, rarely on figures, c.1770-80.


The potter's stool mark, found on Derby pieces, possibly seconds or sold to outside decorators.


Painted marks in gold, Chelsea-Derby period, 1769-1775.


Painted marks, 1770-82.


Rare mark, c.1790.


Mock Meissen mark, c.1830.


Rare mark c.1800.


Painted mark c.1830-40, found on pieces, decorated in Sevres style.