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    a rare antique staffordshire drab porcelain en grisaille attrib thomas lakin 1790+

    A rare antique Staffordshire Drab Porcelain en grisaille attrib Thomas Lakin 1790+
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    Antique A rare antique Staffordshire Drab Porcelain en grisaille attrib Thomas Lakin 1790+

    A rare antique Staffordshire Drab Porcelain painted en grisaille attributed to Thomas Lakin 1790+

     
    A rare antique Staffordshire painted en grisaille Plate attributed to Thomas Lakin
     
    This early and scarce plate incised "Drab Porcelain" and were most likely produced by Staffordshire potter Thomas Lakin (1769-1821) and dates from 1790 - 1810. It has a good hand painted en grisaille scene of a church ruin amongst a landscape with a outer band of applied leaves and gilded border - a very fine Plate. Item number 116 from the Elcombe Collection.
     
    Circa 1790 - 1810
     
    Good Antique Condition with light crazing and light wear to the gilded rim all as expected and mentioned for accuracy
     
    8.25 inches (21cm) dia approx
     
    Thomas Lakin was a very skillful and well documented English potter working in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, but his works are surprisingly uncommon. He died in 1821 and three years later his widow published a book “The Valuable Receipts of the late Mr. Thomas Lakin” section one of which gives “Receipts for superior and common bodies of Porcelain, earthenware…” This attractive piece has the impressed “Drab porcelain” stamp, though it is earthenware that would not be called porcelain today. The British Museum only has two pieces by Lakin.
     
    Price includes safe UK shipping - safe International shipping at cost

    Maker/Artist:
    Thomas Larkin
    Materials:
    Pottery
    Width (cm):
    21
    Depth (cm):
    21

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