This beautiful, rather rare dish, which could well be a trivet for a soup tureen, was produced at the end of the Georgian era in Stoke-on-Trent in England by the pop-up factory of Stephen Folch (1819-1829 ).
The décor in "famille rose" chinoiserie style is probably printed, but possibly enhanced by hand painting. The condition is good: there are no chips, cracks or crackles. Any small flaws that you can see in the photos are due to workmanship or age (eg wear of decoration).
The reverse has a flat base and is branded with a coat of arms with "Genuine Folch’s Stone China" written underneath. The approximate dimensions: 27.5 cms x 21 cms x 2.5 cms; weight 609 g.
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