A blue and white transferware plate made by the Middlesborough Pottery which was established by Richard Otley in Yorkshire in 1834. The plate dates from c 1835 - 1845.
The pattern is one of a series, named "Granada", that would have decorated a complete dinner or dessert service, with each similar item in the service printed with the same pattern.
The centre pattern features a country equestrian scene with three horses and three people with a pagoda and buildings in the background. The border consists of hanging cornucopias filled with fruit interspersed with a horse scene with a couple tending to the horses.
The plate is in excellent condition, with some wear and discolouration on the back commensurate with age but overall in very good condition.
It would make a lovely gift for a horse lover.
Dimensions: 9 3/4 inches (24.8 cm)
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