Oval, molded, four-lobed, creamware stand or plate with a deep well and a shallow foot ring. The scalloped rim has a double-ribbed outer border, a single-ribbed inner border, and drops of two pendant bellflowers, flanked by acanthus leaves, at the edge of each lobe, with pierced panels of hearts, pointed ovals, dots, and diamonds along its center. Pale cream body with a clear glaze having a blue-green cast.

Date

1780-1800


Geography


Material/Technique

Earthenware, lead-glazed (creamware)


Dimensions

Overall (H x W x D): 7/8 in. x 11 1/4 in. x 9 3/4 in. (2.22 cm x 28.58 cm x 24.77 cm)


Credit

Gift of Edith Cowles Poor, 2001


Marks

Printed in black on a rectangular label adhered to the underside of the foot: "Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Blum/Willow Corners Antiques".


Object Number

M-4206


Colors


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