Plate with waratah design

Made by Worcester Royal Porcelain Co Ltd in England, 1912.

A shallow round plate, made of porcelain with a painted design of waratahs, decorated around the rim is a wide band of leaves bearing a transfer print of repeated rondels and stylised floral pattern wth a gold rim. Below the painting is the artist signature. Base has makers marks.

Summary

A1635
A shallow round plate, made of porcelain with a painted design of waratahs, decorated around the rim is a wide band of leaves bearing a transfer print of repeated rondels and stylised floral pattern wth a gold rim. Below the painting is the artist signature. Base has makers marks.

Dimensions

25 mm

Production

This plate was made by Worcester Royal Porcelain Co Ltd, Worcester, England and was hand painted by Arthur Shuck, 1912.
Worcester Royal Porcelain Co Ltd 1912

History

This plate was retailed by The Flavelle Brothers, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1914.
Flavelle Brothers Ltd

Source

Purchased 1914
9 July, 1914

Cite this Object

Plate with waratah design 2016, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 22 June 2017, <https://ma.as/173875>
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