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Serving Platter

Seymour Basset Antiques

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Product Information

Era:

Antique; 19th century

Condition:

Very Good; minor wear

Country of Origin:

England

Materials:

ceramic

Size:

16.75" L x 14" W x 1.75" H

Color/Finish:

cream/multi

Why We Love This

Cream transferware platter by Wedgwood with a delicate flower theme, circa 1880. Pattern is called Burmah relating to colonial British rule in Burma.
As described by Seymour Basset Antiques

Why We Love This

Cream transferware platter by Wedgwood with a delicate flower theme, circa 1880. Pattern is called Burmah relating to colonial British rule in Burma.

About Seymour Basset Antiques

Seymour Basset Antiques was founded by Tina Gold to provide the means of creating breathtaking dinner tables, eye-catching buffets and lovely displays for every occasion. By shopping in England and throughout Europe, seeking items both desirable and useful, Seymour Basset Antiques has become the destination for crystal, silver, porcelain, candelabra, antique pottery, and those unusual items that demand attention in any setting.