Derby named view plate pattern 74 by Zachariah Boreman c.1790

A Derby named view plate pattern 74 by Zachariah Boreman, painted in monochrome scenes c.1790. Mark in blue, inscription: "View near the Buxton Road Derbyshire" 8.75"(23.3cm) diam. Faint hairline near the rim, some ware.

"74 Gilt Rim. A deep border of tiny blue flowers and gilt leaves in a continuous undulating line is contained with two narrow borders comprising a continuous line of gilt dots contained with gilt lines. The (apparently) large and important landscape in the sentre of the plate is framed by a single gilt line and outer border of tiny gilt laurels."*

*This description is from "The old Derby Pattern books" (see Derby Porcelain 1748-1848 by John Twitchett page 306)

Stock Number: PN0913


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