Pair English Botanical Dishes Made by Brameld Pottery Circa 1820


Each dish in this pair of dishes shows a beautiful botanical specimen. They are simply magnificent on display. They catch your eye from across the room and won’t let go.
One dish features yellow French Flax. The large flowers are realistically painted life-size with bright yellow petals. The fully grown leaves have a sawtooth edge (seen at the bottom left in the image). On the back of the dish is its name in Latin, Linum Ariggneum, and an impressed mark for Brameld. The second dish shows Standing Cypress; the beautiful red flowers have small dots and five-lobed petals. The flowers are about an inch long with small stamen inside. On the back of the dish is its Latin name Ipomopsis Elegans and an impressed mark for Brameld.

Dimensions: 9.5″ x 7″ x 1.5″ height

Condition: Excellent

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Background of Brameld Pottery

The Brameld Pottery operated from1787 until 1842 in Swinton, England, near Leeds. Under the patronage of their landlord, Earl Fitzwilliam, the factory received unstinting support until his heir ceased the practice around 1842.

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