Georgian "Table and Flower Pot" Pattern Mason's Patent Ironstone China
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This is a group of hand-painted Mason's Ironstone side plates, in the Table and Flower Pot gilded pattern, from their earliest George III Period, circa 1818. These plates are well painted in the Chinoiserie pattern called the Table and Flower Pot, showing a golden flower vase by a small table with a swan sitting on a nest of yellow eggs on a pink lake. The pattern is hand enamelled, over-glaze in colors of burnt orange, yellow, brown, blue, green, and pink over an under-glaze printed outline, with gold gilding to one side of the vase. The piece is fully marked to the base with a single line impressed "Masons Patent Ironstone China" mark and a printed crown mark, color washed in green, which date this piece to circa 1818. An image of a similar Mason's drainer plate in this pattern is shown on Page 104 of "A Guide to Mason's Patent Ironstone Patterns", published by the Mason's Collectors' Club.