Coalport and Coalbrookdale Porcelain Factory (est.1750)
Feldspar porcelain, on-glaze enamels, gilding, transfer-printed decoration.
260 mm (Dia)
Place of origin
CoalportOrder this image
Erddig, Wrexham (Accredited Museum)
One of ten soup plates from a large Coalport (?) dinner service; 'Indian Tree' design. (i-iii) Still Room, (iv-vii) Servant's Passage Cupboard, (viii-clxxvi) New Kitchen/Attic China Cupboard. (xii) A vegetable dish and cover, (lxviii) a large rectangular serving dish. (lxxvi) A comport on a low central support, (lxxix-lxxxi) Three rectangular serving dishes, (cxxxiii-cxlii) Ten soup plates, (cxliii-clxxv) dinner plates.
Given by Phillip Yorke III (1905-1978) along with the estate, house and contents to the National Trust in 1973.
Makers and roles
Coalport and Coalbrookdale Porcelain Factory (est.1750), potters