Earthenware trivet made by the Stephen Folch factory 1819-1829

Earthenware trivet made by the Stephen Folch factory 1819-1829
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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.

The delivery charges I gave for delivery to France only apply to mainland France, please contact me if you live overseas.
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Ref: ZJ1UR215VD

Style Other style (Plates, Faience Services of Other style Style)
Period 19th century (Plates, Faience Services 19th century)
Length (cm) 27.5
Width (cm) 21
Height (cm) 2.5
Materials Earthenware
Shipping Time Ready to ship in 2-3 Business Days
Location , France

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