Longton Hall leaf shape pickle, ‘Trembly Rose’ painter, c.1755

Longton Hall leaf shape pickle, ‘Trembly Rose’ painter, c.1755

This bright & beautiful dish comes from Longton Hall, a rare Staffordshire porcelain factory, c.1755.

Longton Hall Leaf Pickle, c. 1755

Longton Hall Leaf Pickle, c. 1755

It was painted by the delightfully named ‘Trembly Rose’ painter with a central flower group, while the leaf has  puce veining and a brilliant yellow & green rim.

Quite a bright & fresh piece~

The back has some fine moulding and is beautiful in its own way.

Longton Hall Leaf Pickle, c. 1755

Longton Hall Leaf Pickle, c. 1755

Dates to circa 1755.

It is a part of our 2014 ‘Recent Acquisitions’ Exhibition, opening 12th April.

Stock no.#1017100  10cm

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