Edwardian English Ironstone Lunch Plate Golden Brown Transferware Pansies 1895-1905
This is an antique English ironstone plate with a golden brown transferware pattern called Victoria made between 1895-1900 by the Upper Hanley Pottery, England.
The Victoria transferware pattern features a floral that I think looks like pansies with hand painted metallic gold accents and trim, which looks black in the photos until the light hits it.
The small dinner or luncheon plate measures 9 inches in diameter and is in very good +++ used vintage condition with some gold trim loss, crazing and a shallow rim chip that was painted gold at some time.
A very unusual color and pretty late Victorian design.
But a wonderful shabby and unusual English ironstone set to love in a seldom seen yellow golden brown transferware colorway!
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