Soup plate, part of ‘Australian Flora’ series, creamware, plate made by Josiah Wedgwood & Sons Ltd, England, 1880, print based on designs by Helena Forde, Sydney, 1879, owned by Richard Duppa Lloyd, England, then Captain Charles Campbell Lloyd, England / Sydney, c. 1883-1927

Made in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1880.

Soup plate, part of ‘Australian Flora’ series, creamware, plate made by Josiah Wedgwood and Sons Ltd, England, 1880, print based on designs by Helena Forde, Sydney, 1879, owned by Richard Duppa Lloyd, England, then Captain Charles Campbell Lloyd, England / Sydney, c. 1883-1927

Creamware soup plate with transfer printed and hand painted decorations of Australian wildflowers primarily in red, blue, purple and green. Rim of plate is painted mustard.

Summary

182A-3
Soup plate, part of 'Australian Flora' series, creamware, plate made by Josiah Wedgwood and Sons Ltd, England, 1880, print based on designs by Helena Forde, Sydney, 1879, owned by Richard Duppa Lloyd, England, then Captain Charles Campbell Lloyd, England / Sydney, c. 1883-1927

Creamware soup plate with transfer printed and hand painted decorations of Australian wildflowers primarily in red, blue, purple and green. Rim of plate is painted mustard.

Dimensions

38 mm

Production

1880

Cite this Object

Soup plate, part of 'Australian Flora' series, creamware, plate made by Josiah Wedgwood & Sons Ltd, England, 1880, print based on designs by Helena Forde, Sydney, 1879, owned by Richard Duppa Lloyd, England, then Captain Charles Campbell Lloyd, England / Sydney, c. 1883-1927 2016, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 20 November 2017, <https://ma.as/7040>
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