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Early English White Ironstone Covered Serving Dish Grape Pattern

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SKU:
21E-29-01
Availability:
In stock and ships in two to four days.
Shipping:
Calculated at Checkout

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What we love:
We're smitten with the delicate grapevine embossing and iconic shape of this early English ironstone serving piece!

Condition:
In excellent condition with no cracks and one very small fleabite chip on the rim of the lid (SEE PHOTOS).
The bright white color shows some aged patina and crazing, with minor discoloration in the interior of the bowl.

Details:
Manufactured by W.& E. Corn, Burslem, Staffordshire, England in the mid-1800s.
The dish measures 105 x 8.5" and is 3.5" tall. It is 12.5" across handle to handle.
Overall height is approximately 6.5" with the lid on.

The elegantly ribbed lid has an embossed grape, leaf and vine pattern and a classical finial.
The dish is also beautifully ribbed with twisted branch handles and embossed grape pattern along the rim.
Iconic shape and form and just so beautiful! A great addition to your collection to use and enjoy!

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