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VINTAGE Rose Victoria
1840s Staffordshire Pompeii Platter
$225.00
Qty
CARE hand-wash
COLOR blue/white
CONDITION Very Good; minimal wear
DIMENSIONS 13.25" L x 1.25" W x 10" H
ERA Antique: 19th century
MADE IN England
MADE OF ceramic
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL May 08 - May 11
RETURNS This item is non-returnable. You may cancel your order within 24 hours of purchase. See our Return Policy for details.
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Why we love this
Antique English blue and white transferware platter in the Pompeii pattern. Maker's mark on underside, mark was used by John and George Alcock, from the 1830s to 1840s. Minimal wear.
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