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William Adams Co. Transfer Plates, S/8

Decorative Arts Emporium

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William Adams Co. Transfer Plates, S/8
William Adams Co. Transfer Plates, S/8
William Adams Co. Transfer Plates, S/8
William Adams Co. Transfer Plates, S/8
William Adams Co. Transfer Plates, S/8
William Adams Co. Transfer Plates, S/8
William Adams Co. Transfer Plates, S/8

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Product Information

Era:
Antique; 1900-1910
Condition:
Very Good; gently used
Country of Origin:
England
Materials:
ceramic
Size:
9" W x 1.25" H
Color/Finish:
green/cream
Care:
hand-wash

Why We Love This

Set of six earthenware dinner plates made by the William Adams Co. of Tunstall England. The transfer pattern is green Ornithology. The center of the design features a mountain and water scene with waterfowl. A variety of birds are featured in the medallions incorporated in the wide lace pattern border. Factory mark on the undersides.
As described by Decorative Arts Emporium

About Decorative Arts Emporium

Decorative Arts Emporium owner Joseph DiMartino has 40 years of experience as an interior designer, home furnishings and accessory buyer, and obsessive collector of things antique and vintage. As a result of attending estate sales, flea markets, and antique shows, his inventory is quite extensive and diverse and always changing. His unique finds are based on quality, craftsmanship, condition, and detail, with a focus on European and Asian porcelain.