Home Tableware & Barware | Early 19 Century Coalport Porcelain Imari Rock & Tree Plates - Set of 4 - WL78578

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Home Tableware & Barware | Early 19 Century Coalport Porcelain Imari Rock & Tree Plates - Set of 4 WL78578

We are pleased to offer a Set of Four (4) Antique Coalport - Imari Porcelain Plates Rock & Tree/Money Tree Pattern Circa 1810.

Antique Coalport - Imari Porcelain Plates Rock & Tree/Money Tree Pattern made famous by the Prince Regent at Brighton Pavilion and found today in the Royal Collection at Buckingham Palace. These gorgeous 9.5” English Plates are decorated in the sought-after Rock & Tree/Money Tree Pattern. They are exceedingly early 19th century dating to approximately 1810.

These Plates are profusely gilded and were very expensive when they were made. Some other versions of this pattern have much less gilding / decorations and typically sell at a lower cost. These English Plates are in excellent condition, with no chips, cracks, no crazing. They do show minor wear which is consistent with pieces of porcelain from Circa 1810.

These are not signed on the back, which was usual for that period of Coalport Imari Porcelains. There is a paper round sticker from Sotheby’s Auction the #’s on that sticker is 263/ 79 (one of the plates in this set of four has the Sotheby's Auction Sticker).

  • Dimensions
  • 9.5ʺW × 1ʺD × 0.5ʺH

  • Styles
  • English

  • Brand
  • Coalport Porcelain

  • Period
  • Early 19th Century

  • Place of Origin
  • England

  • Item Type
  • Vintage, Antique or Pre-owned

  • Materials
  • Porcelain

  • Condition
  • Good Condition, Original Condition Unaltered, Some Imperfections

  • Color
  • Cream

  • Tear Sheet
  • Condition Notes
  • These English Plates are in excellent condition, with no chips, cracks, no crazing. They do show minor wear which is …moreThese English Plates are in excellent condition, with no chips, cracks, no crazing. They do show minor wear which is consistent with pieces of porcelain from Circa 1810. These are not signed on the back, which was usual for that period of Coalport Imari Porcelains. less