This white ironstone dinner plate has been partially reconstructed. It is representative of the most w

This white ironstone dinner plate (shown front and back) has been partially reconstructed. It is representative of the most widely used inexpensive dishes of the era.This example bears a mark with the Royal Arms and the description Imperial Ironstone China. It also indicates that it was made by W. & E. Corn, Burslem, Staffordshire, England. The raised leaves and fruit are features of the Grape pattern. The inclusion of the country of origin indicates that it was made post-1891.

Betty Biesenthal
Mark Kulas, Amanda Phanenhour, Luke Dickerson
1800 - 1950
Ontario, CANADA
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