A Pair of Coalport Porcelain Plates c.1890-1900

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A Pair of Coalport Porcelain Plates c.1890-1900, possibly painted by J.H. Plant, the sentre decorated with a landscape, surrounded by six panels in maroon, heavily moulded, misshapen rim with acanthus leaves and flower heads, raised gilding. Pattern x304, one plate inscribed: "Kilchurn Castle". Printed marks in blue. Dimensions: 23.5cm. diam. Fine condition.

Stock Number: PN10118


A Pair of Coalport Porcelain Plates c.1890-1900

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Coalport Marks

The early porcelains 1796-1815 are mostly unmarked.

Early Coalport mark c.1805

A very rare painted mark in red c.1805-10.

1815-25 impressed mark

A distinctive impressed mark c.1815-1825.

Printed marks 1820-30

The Society of Arts felspar backstamp, printed in brown or purple c.1820-30.

Coalport printed mark c.1830-50

A Printed mark in blue c.1830-50.

Various early 19th century painted marks

Various 19th century painted marks incl. imitation of Meissen and Chelsea.

CBD Monogram painted in gold or blue c.1850-65.

Coalport painted mark c.1860-75

A painted mark in gold on ornamental wares c. 1860-75.

Coalport printed mark c.1870-80

Printed mark (in brown) on tablewares c.1870-80.

Printed crown marks c.1881-1920

Crown printed marks (in green or pink) c.1881-1920.