Georgian Blue & White “Classical Ruins” Dish ~ Thomas Lakin

A scarce example of an Early 19th Century Antique English Georgian Blue and White Transfer Pottery Platter, decorated in a dark blue palette with the “Classical Ruins” Pattern, unmarked but attributable to Thomas Lakin of Stoke { 1812 – 1817 }, the reverse with a fine set of stilt marks and the impressed numeral 10. Williams, { Antique Blue and White Spode }, suggests that the pyramid illustrated in the picture is probably the Caius Cestius monument built in Rome circa 30 B.C.

Height ~ 19.50 cm. / 7.75 inches ~ Width ~ 26.00 cm. / 10.25 inches ~  Depth ~ 2.54 cm. / 1.00 inch ~ Year ~ Circa 1815

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