A rare example of Minton's early unmarked porcelain bat printed wares. Produced in Stoke on Trent around 1820. Decorated with a print of 'The Library & New Buildings Trinity College'. This current piece identified from the original copper plate engraving in the Minton Archive and illustrated in G. H. Piestman's 'An Illustrated Guide to Minton Pottery 1796-1836. p.354 pl.B49. In excellent, original, sound condition with no wear to the printed decoration. Please note: The purchase price includes postage and packing.
Antiques.co.uk Ref: EPKBXXHN
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We stock a range of quality eighteenth and nineteenth porcelain and pottery at, we hope, a reasonable price and where possible, in as fine condition as we can find. We also have a limited stock of nineteenth century paintings and watercolours, details of which we can supply on request. In order to keep things as simple as possible, prices of all our ceramic stock include postage and packing, with shipping anywhere in the world. We operate a comprehensive 'returns' policy. Any item that is deemed unsuitable, for any reason, may be returned within fourteen days of receipt, for a full refund of the purchase price including return postage. We cannot, however, be responsible for any customs charges etc. that may be applicable on purchased or returned items. These must be the responsibility of the purchaser.
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