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Plate

  • Place of origin:

    Staffordshire (made)

  • Date:

    ca. 1828-1850 (made)

  • Artist/Maker:

    Zachariah Boyle & Sons (maker)

  • Materials and Techniques:

    Lead-glazed earthenware, transfer-printed in underglaze blue

  • Credit Line:

    Given by Mr E. Nettleship

  • Museum number:

    C.284-1913

  • Gallery location:

    Ceramics, Room 139, The Curtain Foundation Gallery, case 31, shelf 7

Physical description

Plate, lead-glazed earthenware with decoration transfer-printed in underglaze blue. In the middle a river-scene with ruins, figures and cattle. On the rim, scroll-bordered panelling with various diaper and floral patterns.

Place of Origin

Staffordshire (made)

Date

ca. 1828-1850 (made)

Artist/maker

Zachariah Boyle & Sons (maker)

Materials and Techniques

Lead-glazed earthenware, transfer-printed in underglaze blue

Marks and inscriptions

'BOYLE'
impressed

Dimensions

Diameter: 18.9 cm

Object history note

This plate by Zachariah Boyle is a copy of Spode's Italian pattern

Descriptive line

Lead-glazed earthenware plate transfer-printed in underglaze blue, made at the factory of Zachariah Boyle, Staffordshire, ca. 1828-50

Bibliographic References (Citation, Note/Abstract, NAL no)

"Staffordshire Blue" - W.L. Little, Batsford. 1969, p.13

Labels and date

Plate
Made at the factory of Zachariah Boyle, Staffordshire, about 1828-50
Mark: "BOYLE" impressed
Lead-glazed earthenware

C.284-1913 Given by Mr E Nettleship [23/05/2008]

Materials

Earthenware; Lead glaze; Cobalt oxide

Techniques

Transfer-printed; Glazed

Subjects depicted

Landscapes; Diaper-work; Scrollwork; Floral patterns; Ruins

Categories

Ceramics; Earthenware

Collection

Ceramics Collection

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