Set of Ten Baby Blue Plates Made by Ridgway in England Circa 1830


Ridgway made this set of ten lovely baby blue dessert plates in England circa 1830.
The plates are impeccably styled: the baby blue is paired with crisp white porcelain and golden trim.
The cool color palette of baby blue stands out on this elegant pattern.
The bone china porcelain is of fine quality.
The marks on the underside of the dishes show the distinctive Ridgway pattern number system using fractions painted in iron red.

Dimensions: 8″ in diameter x .75″ height
Condition: Each plate in the set is in excellent condition. Two plates have very slight rubbing to the gilded outer edge (see images).

Background of Ridgway

The first Ridgway generation was Job Ridgway (1759–1813) and his younger brother George (c. 1758–1823), who established a factory at Hanley, England, in 1794. From 1808 porcelain, that is to say, bone china, was produced in a great profusion of patterns.


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