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25/1939-23-8b

Collection

CER

Brief description

Saucer from a tea service, made from porcelain with a white ground decorated with a grey check pattern, gilding, and a pink rose in the centre. The saucer was manufactured by William Hilditch and Sons or Hilditch and Hopwood in Stoke-on-Trent, and is thought to date from 1825-1840.

Object name

saucer

Object number

25/1939-23-8b

Location

Temp Exhib Space

Production organisation

Hilditch, William and Sons (manufacturer)
Hilditch and Hopwood (manufacturer)

Production date

1825-1840 (manufactured)

Production place

Fenton (manufactured)

Period

Georgian (1714-1837)
Victorian (1837-1901)

Material

porcelain
pigment
glaze

Technique

transfer printed
gilded
glazed
hand painted

Physical description

Saucer with rose motif and gilding.

Dimensions

Height: 3cm
Diameter: 14.1cm

Website keywords

serving drink
tea, coffee and chocolate drinking
 
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