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19th-C. English Relish Dishes, Set of 8

Fritz Karch

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19th-C. English Relish Dishes, Set of 8
19th-C. English Relish Dishes, Set of 8
19th-C. English Relish Dishes, Set of 8
19th-C. English Relish Dishes, Set of 8

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Product Information

Made of:

ironstone

Dimensions:

approx., 9.5"L x 5.5"W

Color/finish:

white/off-white/multi

Care:

Hand-wash.

Why We Love This

Grouping of eight 19th-century English ironstone relish dishes with classical patterns. Many have scalloped edges and include makers' marks.

Fritz Karch became an active collector at 11 and has been a lifelong believer in the benefits and pleasures of hunting, gathering, recycling, and decorating with vintage objects. Since graduating from the Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia, he worked as a stylist, editor, and creative director in the worlds of design, publishing, retail, and commercial photography. The editorial director of collecting at Martha Stewart Living magazine, he also has a popular antiques business at the Tomato Factory, a cooperative antiques center in Hopewell, NJ.

Why We Love This

Grouping of eight 19th-century English ironstone relish dishes with classical patterns. Many have scalloped edges and include makers' marks.

Fritz Karch became an active collector at 11 and has been a lifelong believer in the benefits and pleasures of hunting, gathering, recycling, and decorating with vintage objects. Since graduating from the Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia, he worked as a stylist, editor, and creative director in the worlds of design, publishing, retail, and commercial photography. The editorial director of collecting at Martha Stewart Living magazine, he also has a popular antiques business at the Tomato Factory, a cooperative antiques center in Hopewell, NJ.