Set Ten Antique Derby Cobalt Blue Dinner Plates England Circa 1825-30


Each plate in this set of ten Derby dinner plates is decorated with exquisite hand painted flowers.
In the center of each plate, we see a loose bouquet of flowers, including a pink rose, purple and yellow auricula,
blue forget-me-nots, orange and yellow chrysanthemums, and a profusion of green leaves.
The borders have three cartouches, each with a lovely spray of flowers.
The deep cobalt blue is beautifully decorated with gilded floral forms.
Small gilded dashes enliven the white edge.
The plates are marked on the underside with the Derby crown in underglaze iron red.

Dimensions: 10″ diameter x 1″ tall

Condition: slight rubbing to the gilt and slight craquelure to the glazing

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Background of Derby Porcelain

The early production of Derby porcelain dates to the mid-18th century. In 1756 William Duesbury joined Andrew Planche and John Heath to create the Nottingham Road factory, which later became Royal Crown Derby.

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