Early 20th Century Scottish spongeware floral print from Kirkcaldy

Early 20th Century Scottish spongeware floral print from Kirkcaldy

Code: 10414


D: 2.5cm (1")Di: 27cm (10.6")

£120.00 Approx $152.09, €140.35, £120

Available for sale from W&W Antiques is a decorative Scottish spongeware print plate from the Kirkcaldy potteries in Fife.

- Reported as Virginia pattern from the Fife pottery with a rim line and three flowers in red and three in blue with a central frieze.  A floral sponge print decoration, with green foliage and sponge print flowers in groups of three in blue with interspersed purple printed smaller flowers.
- Likely to have been produced by the Fife Pottery of Robert Heron in Kirkcaldy. 
 This plate is marked to the base for a dealer Norman W. Franks, Chepstow Place, Bayswater, London, W, Leadless Glaze.  The plate has a small raised foot to the very shallow plate. 
- In solid antique condition with wear and crazing commensurate with use and age

Ready for a new home to provide decoration and utility.

* This listing is for the single rice dish only, other spongeware vernacular pottery available from W&W Antiques. Contact us for combined shipping of multiple items.

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