Samuel Alcock

Pair Antique Porcelain Square Shaped Dessert Plates with Integral Handles Maroon Striped and Gilded Samuel Alcock pattern 6709 circa 1840

Pair Antique Porcelain Square Shaped Dessert Plates with Integral Handles Maroon Striped and Gilded Possibly Ridgway pattern 6709 circa 1840
Pair Antique Porcelain Square Shaped Dessert Plates with Integral Handles Maroon Striped and Gilded Possibly Ridgway pattern 6709 circa 1840
Pair Antique Porcelain Square Shaped Dessert Plates with Integral Handles Maroon Striped and Gilded Possibly Ridgway pattern 6709 circa 1840
Pair Antique Porcelain Square Shaped Dessert Plates with Integral Handles Maroon Striped and Gilded Possibly Ridgway pattern 6709 circa 1840
Pair Antique Porcelain Square Shaped Dessert Plates with Integral Handles Maroon Striped and Gilded Possibly Ridgway pattern 6709 circa 1840
Pair Antique Porcelain Square Shaped Dessert Plates with Integral Handles Maroon Striped and Gilded Possibly Ridgway pattern 6709 circa 1840
Pair Antique Porcelain Square Shaped Dessert Plates with Integral Handles Maroon Striped and Gilded Possibly Ridgway pattern 6709 circa 1840
Pair Antique Porcelain Square Shaped Dessert Plates with Integral Handles Maroon Striped and Gilded Possibly Ridgway pattern 6709 circa 1840
Pair Antique Porcelain Square Shaped Dessert Plates with Integral Handles Maroon Striped and Gilded Possibly Ridgway pattern 6709 circa 1840
Samuel Alcock

Pair Antique Porcelain Square Shaped Dessert Plates with Integral Handles Maroon Striped and Gilded Samuel Alcock pattern 6709 circa 1840

A pair of antique English porcelain dessert or bread and butter plates, produced by the factory of Samuel Alcock. They date from circa 1840 - 1850 and would have originally formed part of a larger service.


This item was made by Samuel Alcock of Hill Pottery, Westport Road, Burslem, Staffordshire, England they operated from 1828 to 1859. 


The square shaped plates with integral handles have a most attractive striped design with a buff or drabware type colour alongside a vibrant maroon. There is extensive gilding to the buff panels and rectangular bands across the maroon sections. The central section is white with a gilded scalloped border and starburst motif to the centre.


The integral handles are white with gilded highlights. The plates are extremely eye catching and very typical of the early Victorian period. There are no maker's marks but the painted pattern number, 6709 on the back. They are 10 inches wide and weigh 1030g. The plates are in very good antique, used condition with just very minor rubbing from age and use.


These are great, decorative plates to add to any collection of Victorian English porcelain and suitable for display and use. Please see my other antique porcelain dessert services, plates and dishes also listed for sale. 

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