English Porcelain Ridgway Palette Dish Antique Scalloped Rose Gold Serving Tray Circa 1830

Wonderful early 1800s English porcelain serving palette dish with a bone china white ground decorated with pink tea rose flowers and etched gold highlights, the rim is scalloped along the edge with stylized gold flowers ant the corners and reticulated handle.

Circa 1830

Unmarked except for pattern number 1140

Measures: 9.50" long by 9" wide

No chips, cracks or repairs, Overall excellent with minimal wear to decoration

Ridgway was first established by Job and George Ridgway in 1792 at the Bell Works in Shelton and was one of Staffordshire's earliest potteries. Job's son, John, took over the factory in 1802 and proceeded to produce china of high quality often richly painted with enamels and gilded decoration. Ridgway was later appointed as Potter to her Majesty, Queen Victoria, a commendation of great merit.

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