A Set of Seven "Camelia" Pattern Dinner Plates
late 19th century
A set of seven “Camelia” pattern dinner plates (English, late 19th – early 20th century) produced by Josiah Wedgwood & Sons, Etruria, England. The plates are decorated at center with a floral sprig in tones of green, beige/yellow, red, and black against a white ground, the scalloped rim is decorated in the same colors with scrolling leaves and flower clusters. The undersides of the plates are impressed “WEDGWOOD” and stamped in black “CAMELIA / WEDGWOOD / ETRURIA ENGLAND”.
diameter = 10.25"
Bequest of Mr. Francis J. Connell, 1988.
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