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Faience plaque by Doulton & Co

Plaque, circular, earthenware, faience plaque with painting of head and shoulders of a girl dressed in a white mop cap and dress, wearing yellow beads around her neck against a background of blue-green foliate scrolls, reverse has black sides and a light green base, 4 holes in foot (OF). Lambeth Faience 17" Plaque (Female head) (SB).
Maker's mark on reverse at centre, 'LAMBETH / DOULTON / FAIENCE / 5=81'. Signed in black ink on reverse left, 'KS / 120.' White Sticker with black ink on reverse lower centre, 'No 50 / Lambeth Faience / 17" plaque / Female Head / price 150/.'.
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