A Derby porcelain platter. This Regency period example from between 1806-25 is decorated in an English imari pattern. The factory made some of the most highly decorated pieces during Duesburys tenure a Derby, among them many interpretations of the Japanese imari the was becoming popular in England. The piece has underglaze blue decoration with polychrome enamels and burnished gilding. There is a painted crown mark on the underside of the platter.
|Period:||Early 19th Century|
- minor rubbing to the gilding; some wear to the foot rim and staining.