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Davenport Well & Tree Platter, 1883

Susie's Antiques & Stained Glass

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Davenport Well & Tree Platter, 1883
Davenport Well & Tree Platter, 1883
Davenport Well & Tree Platter, 1883
Davenport Well & Tree Platter, 1883
Davenport Well & Tree Platter, 1883
Davenport Well & Tree Platter, 1883
Davenport Well & Tree Platter, 1883
Davenport Well & Tree Platter, 1883

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Product Information

Era:
Antique
Condition:
Very Good; utensil marks, scuffs on base, staining, design wear
Country of Origin:
England
Style:
Art Nouveau
Materials:
stoneware
Size:
21" L x 18.5" W x 2.5" H
Color/Finish:
cream/green/multi
Care:
other; Hand-wash

Why We Love This

A polychrome well-and-tree platter by Davenport in the Jewel pattern. The heavy off-white stoneware has a deep well and tree with a classic Art Nouveau design on the rim. Made by Davenport of Longport and signed. The impressed marks are 183, which stands for January 1883 and "Davenport Longport." The pattern name is a printed mark.
As described by Susie's Antiques & Stained Glass

About Susie's Antiques & Stained Glass

I have a passion for fine china, pottery and glassware and love enjoying a meal on an antique plate. Finding a new life for something is in my blood. I used to wander through my grandmother's house and see how she reused things from her past--nothing went to waste. For more than 20 years I have been seeking, finding, using and passing on the treasures I discover and have made sharing those treasures a full time adventure.