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Dessert shape with 6 long and short lobes at rim

For a table shape with a similar rim, but with moulding around the edge click here.

There is good reason to believe that this shape began in the late 1830s under John Ridgway & Co. A single cabinet plate of this shape was decorated under Ridgway, Bates & Co. and presented to what is now the Victoria & Albert Museum. See Godden, Ridgway Porcelains (Woodbridge, 1985), Plate 185, page 172.

Pattern B/1375

Pattern B/1710

 

Pattern B/1375

The dessert plate is 227mm in diameter. Bone china.

Pattern B/1375 dessert plate front

Pattern B/1375 dessert plate back

Pattern B/1375 dessert plate pattern number

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Pattern B/1710

The short comport is 232mm in diameter, and 60mm high. Bone china.

Pattern B/1710 dessert comport front

Pattern B/1710 dessert comport back

Pattern B/1710 dessert comport side

Pattern B/1710 dessert comport pattern number Pattern B/1710 dessert retailer's mark

Alfred B. Pearce was a well-known Victorian retailer.

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