RARE AND IMPORTANT TWO MEDALLION HISTORICAL BLUE STAFFORDSHIRE PLATE CIRCA 1825



The medallion plates are among the rarest and most desirable of all the historical blue Staffordshire pieces.  Few were made and even fewer have survived.  They rarely even come on the market.  This is the first example that we have ever had the pleasure of owning.  In addition it is the first Jefferson piece of any kind that we have ever had.  Washington, Franklin and LaFayette items countless times but never Jefferson until now!

He is accompanied by DeWitt Clinton, governor of New York, who was the main driving force behind the Erie Canal which opened in 1825.  The Aqueduct Bridge at Little Falls which was part of the Canal is pictured at the bottom and the U.S. Hotel in NYC is shown in the center transfer. 

Although unlabeled we know that the plate was made in Staffordshire for the American market circa 1825 by Ralph Stevenson & Williams.  It is in exceptional original condition with no repairs or defects.  The tiny dots of blue color and a few other surface imperfections are all original to the plate and in the making.



Dealer Artemis Gallery
Date: circa 1825
Origin Staffordshire, England
Artist/Maker Ralph Stevenson & Williams
Measurements 8 5/8"
Inventory View Dealer's Inventory
Website http://www.ArtemisAntiques.com
Price 3500.
Contact Jesse & Carol Goldberg, 914-669-5971 or  Artemis@optonline.net

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