This deep well and tree meat platter, meat plate or ashet has a earthenware body and is printed with the standard willow pattern. The platter stands on four feet. The well was to collect the meat juices in order to make gravy.
It is an highly collectable, attractive and very decorative example of blue and white transfer printed earthenware or kitchenalia dating from around 1840.
The plate measures 17 inches by 13 1/4 inches wide by 2 1/2 inches high and it weighs 1.9kg. unpacked.
The size and weight will require international postage by courier, prices are indicative and may vary depending upon your location, due to surcharges applicable to some destinations. Please message for a firm price to your location. It is in good antique condition - it has a stabilised crack to the base on the well, chip to the rear and some on the feet hairlines to rear rim couple of minor glaze nicks and rubbing from being stacked.
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