A Coalport porcelain hand painted cabinet plate from the John Rose period circa 1820, one of the premier makers of English porcelain. This beautiful quality, very collectable and highly decorative Georgian or Regency period low relief moulded cabinet plate has a diamond net embossed finish. The ground all painted with diapers of fine green and blue dots, stylised flowers, in the squares with gilt framed vignettes of flowers, all trimmed with gold. The style of the ground is reminiscent of Sevres decoration. The central vignette or cartouche has gilt "feather edge" topped with a stylised crown of a King of Arms.
The plate has the distinctively shaped impressed number 2 mark associated with John Rose of Coalport, Shropshire, England. This mark was generally used in the period 1815 to 1825. Some collectors refer to his china as Coalbrookdale.
The plate is 8 3/4 inches diameter and is in excellent antique condition, there are no chips cracks nor restoration. There is some very minor wear to the gilding. It weighs 392 grammes unpacked. This very fine plate would make a great addition to any collection of early English Regency porcelain or John Rose Coalport bone china.
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