- Museum number
Plate, tin-glazed earthenware, octagonal, moulded, each edge slightly curved; pale blue glazed ground painted in blue on upper side with flowers and leaves in circular central reserve and on rim; very shallow, octagonal well at centre.
- Production date
- 1690 (circa)
Diameter: 20.90 centimetres
Height: 2 centimetres
- Not on display
- Exhibition history
1913-14, London, Burlington Fine Arts Club, Early English Earthenware, cat. p.82, Case D No.13
- Three hairline cracks from rim and around centre; glaze worn on corners - August 2006.
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- Printed label 'Coll: JOHN E. PRITCHARD, F.S.A.' with manuscript annotation ''BRISTOL DELFT PLATE BRISTOL 1903 found under the flooring of an 18th Cent. house during demolition'.
- Britain, Europe and Prehistory
- Registration number