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Decorative Tin Plates | Sarah Raven
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Decorative Tin Plates

Fantastic decorative tin plates - use them for cake, mince pies or canapés.
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Beautiful and durable tin plates, featuring reproductions of famous designs originally created on porcelain. Perfect for…

Beautiful and durable tin plates, featuring reproductions of famous designs originally created on porcelain. Perfect for summer picnics or ideal for winter parties.

  • Dia. 26cm
  • Handwash only - not suitable for dishwashers
Available in the following prints:
  • Duke of Gloucester (Fruit Design) - This design is called the Duke of Gloucester, and the fruit pattern with gold edging was taken from an English Worcester soup plate made about 1780. This plate has been produced for the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
  • Duchess of Manchester (Blue Edge Design) - This floral design is taken from a Sèvres Porcelain saucer dated 1774, with the bold turquoise surround invented in 1753 for Louis XVs dinner service. This plate has been produced for The Wallace Collection, London.
  • Chatsworth (Green Edge Design) - This design is taken from a Feuillet (Paris) porcelain plate in the Sevres style, c.1830. It is one of a dessert service acquired by the 6th Duke of Devonshire (1790-1858) and is on display in the Great Dining Room at Chatsworth.
  • Colourful Flowers (White Background Floral Design) - This design is taken from a Derby Porcelain Factory Plate, painted by Leonard Lead England about 1830
  • Three Garlands - This design is taken from a Sèvres Porcelain saucer dated 1766 and shows a ground pattern invented by the porcelain painter Vincent Taillandier (1736-90). This plate was produced for the Wallace Collection, London.
  • Pink Ground (Baby pink and gold on the outer with a navy blue and white cross. Quirky design in the centre) - This design is taken from a Coalport Porcelain Factory plate, painted by William Cook, Shropshire,1850. This reproduction produced for the Victoria & Albert Museum, London, Great Britain.
  • Rose Garlands (Navy blue and gold edging with blue, red and green flowers intertwined) - This design is taken from a Sèvres Porcelain saucer dated 1760. The decoration consists of a scalloped border, suspended from which are painted garlands of roses, cornflowers and pansies interlaced in pairs to form heart shapes. The cup and matching saucer were probably acquired by the 3rd Marquess of Hertford (1777-1842). This design produced for the Wallace Collection, London, Great Britain.
  • Flower Sprays (A firework of royal blue flowers and green leaves) - This plate is a reproduction of a Flower Sprays design taken from a mid-16th century Turkish fitware dish. This reproduction originally produced for the Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford, Great Britain.
  • Daisy Centre (Blue and gold edging with red flower accents. Large red cracked pattern in the centre surrounding a gold daisy) - This design is taken from a Sèvres Porcelain saucer dated 1766. The cup and saucer set (Gobelet au laitè et soucoupe) were purchased by the 3rd Marquess of Hertford and recorded in an inventory of 1842.This design produced for the Wallace Collection, London, Great Britain.
  • Butterflies (Butterfly Design) - This design is taken from a Nymphenburg Porcelain factory plate, probably painted by Joseph Zachenberger, Germany 1760-5. Victoria and Albert Museum London
  • Morris (Light blue with apricot and yellow flowers, Intricate vine and leaf pattern)
      This pattern called Daffodil taken from a wallpaper designed for Morris and Co by John Henry Dearle circa 1895. This design produced for the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA in cooperation with the Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens, San Marino, California, USA.

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