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English Transferware Platter

Kim Fiscus

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English Transferware Platter
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Product Information

Era:

Antique

Condition:

Good; some wear

Materials:

ceramic

Size:

16.5" L x 12.25" W x 0.5" H

Color/Finish:

cream/black

Care:

hand-wash

Why We Love This

Cream-and-black rectangular English transferware platter. Stamped "Royal Premium T Boote England Lahore." Circa 1880.
As described by Kim Fiscus

Why We Love This

Cream-and-black rectangular English transferware platter. Stamped "Royal Premium T Boote England Lahore." Circa 1880.

About Kim Fiscus

Kim Fiscus' style is best described as understated, restrained elegance. As owner of Kim Fiscus Home and co-partner of Mema Design, she has a penchant for leather, linen, and stone, and favors careful editing and lots of texture. Her pieces may span centuries but share clean lines and a mellow palette. Drawn to 18th- and 19th-century English and European antiques, Kim is nevertheless open to a good piece from any era.