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Cormie Ruins China - 3 items found.

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Meat Dish or Platter c1830 Maker: Cormie  Pattern:Ruins
Meat Dish or Platter c1830
This series pattern is normally attributed to Joseph Clementson of Hanley, but we believe it was made by John Cormie of Burslem active 1818 to 1834/6, as the pattern style, style of backstamp and initials I C are more likely to be Cormie. After Cormies's bankruptcy and sale it seems that this design was continued by Hopkin and Vernon of Central Pottery, Burslem, who presumably bought the printing plates at the auction. This platter has a gadrooned rim and is printed in brown, with a floral border surrounding a romantic scene of a castellated building in a rural setting. The background is quite a dark off-white. There is a brown printed backstamp of a capital of a column set in foliage, with Ruins and the initials I C. There are a few signs of use, a nick to the gadrooned rim and the glaze is crazed, taking up a little light staining, which is most noticeable on the back.
Dimensions: 38.5 cm x 32.5 cm / 15 ins x 13.75 ins
Our ref: 19CN22671

Meat Dish or Platter c1830 Maker: Cormie  Pattern:Ruins
Meat Dish or Platter c1830
Lovely dish with white gadrooned, wavy rim and gorgeous floral border surrounding the central classical scene. Backstamp: Ruins IC. There is some wear on the back and to the rim and on the face some surface scratching, a little roughness to the stilt marks and a small firing fault to the inner curve.
Dimensions: 44 cm x 37.5 cm / 17.25 ins x 14.75 ins
Our ref: 19CN53135

Soup Plate c1830 Maker: Cormie  Pattern:Ruins
Soup Plate c1830
Very pretty soup plate with wavy gadrooned rim. Backstamp: Ruins IC. Light crazing and a couple of small blemishes overall excellent condition.
Dimensions: 26 cm / 10.25 ins
Our ref: 19CN48044


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