Mason's Ironstone "Ladies with Cranes" Plate



  • £150.00
  • €170 Euro
  • $186 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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This Mason's Ironstone "Ladies with Cranes" dinner plate was made factory at Lane Delph, Staffordshire, England and is fully stamped and dating to the earliest period of Mason's Ironstone production, circa 1815.

The design is an exceptionally rare Mason's Ironstone blue and white chinoiserie pattern called Chinese Ladies with Cranes, featuring two ladies (Long Elizas) in a garden setting with two cranes, one on the ground and one flying overhead, surrounded by a rich border pattern of symbols and flowers with gilt detailing. This plate is in exceptional antique condition with gilt and glaze in good antique condition.

The pattern is illustrated on Page 76 of a Guide to Mason's Patent Ironstone Patterns, circa 1813-1848, produced by The Mason's Collectors Club. The base has the single line impressed factory mark; MASON'S PATENT IRONSTONE CHINA, which is recorded as being one of the earliest impressed marks indicating a date of circa 1813-1820, making this plate one of the earliest pieces of Mason's, as their Ironstone was only produced from 1813, during the George III period.

We have a total of six of these rare plates for those interested in a collection.



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