Unusual brown transferware with pink and blue colour pair of mid C19th plates, decorated with lovers by a lake in a landscape, one marked with a very roccoco cartouche enclosing the pottery factory mark Imperial Colour’d Landscape J.C. – for Joseph Clementson 1839-64. Earthenware manufacturer at the Phoenix Works and (from 1856) also at the Bell Works Hanley (Shelton), Stoke on Trent. Clementson retired in 1867 and passed the business to his four sons and his son in law who continued the business as Clementson Bros. So pretty on a bedroom wall. 10.5 ins. diameter
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