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A very rare and unusual blue and white transfer pattern factory sample plate, for the Derby Pottery, transfer pattern dating to late 19th century, although the plate itself is more likely an earlier one that was made and then stored, the DERBY mark is for the King Street Works and was in use 1849-1861. The pattern shown is 'Pembroke'.

These were used by the factory and its sales people who would visit potential clients who could then be shown the pattern types that would be used on a particular piece from a dining set, long before catalogues and colour images were available these sample plates would be used as a production and sales aid, and not many survive intact.

Length 43cm x Width 37cm x Depth 4cm.


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  • Period: 1849
    • Price: £575.00
    • €684 Euro
    • $745 US Dollar
  • Location: Sussex
    • Dimensions: H: 43cm (16.93in)
    • W: 37cm (14.57in)
    • D: 4cm (1.57in)