Coalport plate with large hand-painted roses, for Goode & Co, c. 1880

$280.00 AUD

Coalport bone china plate, well painted in the Swansea style with large pink roses in groups and singles, set against green leaves and stems. a simple gold line to the rim.

Printed  ‘Goode & Co’ mark, ‘South Audley Street / Grovenor Square / London ‘

circa 1880

20.5cm

Condition: Good with minor signs of age

Thomas Goode & Co, “home to the world’s finest tableware”,  was established in 1827 – and still exists, operating from their 19 South Audley Street since 1845. The company has maintained the highest standard in luxury goods for almost 200 years. Holders of the Royal Warrant, they have included Queen Victoria and the Tsar of Russia as their customers.

The mark on this piece is a little unusual, having the South Audley Street address as well as ‘Grosvenor Square’. This appears on Minton pieces marked with Minton marks for the early 1880’s, giving a reasonable date for these beautifully painted pieces – the style of which was most popular in the 1820’s.

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