Minggu, 10 Februari 2013

Early Blue and White - The Wild Rose Pattern

This lovely series takes its name from the border of wild dog roses. The central scene shows a view of Nuneham House near Abingdon in Oxfordshire, with surrounding parkland designed by Capability Brown. Produced throughout the 19th century by several factories and first introduced around 1825, the earlier wares have great fineness and clarity.

John Meir Wild Rose serving dish c1830

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