A blue and white, transfer printed soup plate. This has an impressed mark, 'BRAMELD', within a cartouche of flowers. This is one of the marks of the Rockingham Works in Yorkshire and it dates from c.1820. The transfer print is very good quality and it shows a woodcutter returning to a cottage. The transfer design fills most of the octagonal soup plate and there is just a narrow border. It is potted in pearlware, and has a blue tint to the glaze. There is a small chip to the reverse, on one of the corners. This does not show on the face of the piece. Other than this it is in good condition.
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