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Lot 14: LINNIE WATT (1875-1908) FOR PINDER, BOURNE & CO. PAINTED EARTHENWARE WALL PLATE, CIRCA 1880 31.5cm diameter

Decorative Arts: Design Since 1860

by Lyon & Turnbull

26 October 2016

Edinburgh, United Kingdom

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Description: LINNIE WATT (1875-1908) FOR PINDER, BOURNE & CO.
PAINTED EARTHENWARE WALL PLATE, CIRCA 1880
decorated with two young girls by a woodland stream, signed L. WATT, impressed maker's marks and painted numbers
31.5cm diameter

Condition Report: Plate in good original condition
Rear has impressed and painted maker's marks
Plate is signed to the front by the artist
Fine hairline accross the foot on the rear only


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Notes: Note: Pinder, Bourne & Co. were established by Thomas Shadford Pinder and Joseph Harvey Bourne in Burslem in the 1850s. The company operated under this name until 1882, having been bought by Doulton in 1877, and later adopted the name of Doulton & Co.

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