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Rogers Camel China - 7 items found.

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Meat Dish or Platter with tree and well c1820 Maker: Rogers  Pattern:Camel
Meat Dish or Platter with tree and well c1820
Stunning dish with tree and well feature made by John Rogers and Son of Dale Hall, Longport, Staffordshire active 1815 to 1841. The scene depicts the Gate leading to a Musjed at Chunar Ghur and is based on an engraving in Oriental Scenery by Thomas Daniell published in 1797. Chunar or Chunarghur is a town and ancient fortress in the district of Mirzapur in the United Provinces of India, situated on the south bank of the River Ganges. Backstamp: Impressed Rogers. Light all over crazing with discolouration around the outer rim and on the back. Also on the back to the foot is a small old chip, a small manufacturing chip which has been glazed over and a very small loss of glaze to another area. There is also a little loss of glaze and discolouration to the stilt marks. All very minor and a fabulous dish in good condition.
Dimensions: 52.5 cm x 40.5 cm / 20.75 ins x 16 ins
Our ref: 19CN47247

Sauce Tureen c1840 Maker: Rogers  Pattern:Camel
Sauce Tureen c1840
Lovely little tureen with lion head side handles, made by John Rogers and Son of Dale Hall, Longport, Staffordshire active 1815 to 1841. The scene depicts the Gate leading to a Musjed at Chunar Ghur and is based on an engraving in Oriental Scenery by Thomas Daniell published in 1797. Chunar or Chunarghur is a town and ancient fortress in the district of Mirzapur in the United Provinces of India, situated on the south bank of the River Ganges. Backstamp: Impressed Rogers. Light all over crazing with just a little light discolouration inside and a possible hairline inside which does not appear to go through. Overall a very pretty piece.
Dimensions: 16 cm x 10 cm / 6.25 ins x 4 ins
Our ref: 19CN35267

Sauce Ladle c1820 Maker: Rogers  Pattern:Camel
Sauce Ladle c1820
A gorgeous small ladle with the end of the stem in the form of a lions head. The scene depicts the Gate leading to a Musjed at Chunar Ghur and is based on an engraving in Oriental Scenery by Thomas Daniell published in 1797. Chunar or Chunarghur is a town and ancient fortress in the district of Mirzapur in the United Provinces of India, situated on the south bank of the River Ganges. No backstamp. Light all over crazing with a little minor wear to the rim and a little blue smudging here and there. Overall excellent condition and an absolute delight!
Dimensions: Bowl diameter 6.5 cm, overall length 16 cm / Bowl diameter 2.5 ins, overall length 6.25 ins
Our ref: 19CN49662

Plate c1820 Maker: Rogers  Pattern:Camel
Plate c1820
The scene depicts the Gate leading to a Musjed at Chunar Ghur and is based on an engraving in Oriental Scenery by Thomas Daniell published in 1797. Chunar or Chunarghur is a town and ancient fortress in the district of Mirzapur in the United Provinces of India, situated on the south bank of the River Ganges. Backstamp: Impressed Rogers. A little minor surface scratching otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: 25 cm / 9.75 ins
Our ref: 19CN35062

Dinner Plate c1820 Maker: Rogers  Pattern:Camel
Dinner Plate c1820
John Rogers and Son of Dale Hall, Longport, Staffordshire active 1815 to 1841. The scene depicts the Gate leading to a Musjed at Chunar Ghur and is based on an engraving in Oriental Scenery by Thomas Daniell published in 1797. Chunar or Chunarghur is a town and ancient fortress in the district of Mirzapur in the United Provinces of India, situated on the south bank of the River Ganges. Impressed backstamp Rogers. Provenance: The personal collection of Gresham Copeland, passing by descent to his son Robert Copeland. Collection identification label on back AGC A 8. A few signs of use, but in superb condition and a beautiful display piece.
Dimensions: 25 cm / 9.75 ins
Our ref: 19CN42798

Dinner Plate c1820 Maker: Rogers  Pattern:Camel
Dinner Plate c1820
John Rogers and Son of Dale Hall, Longport, Staffordshire active 1815 to 1841. The scene depicts the Gate leading to a Musjed at Chunar Ghur and is based on an engraving in Oriental Scenery by Thomas Daniell published in 1797. Chunar or Chunarghur is a town and ancient fortress in the district of Mirzapur in the United Provinces of India, situated on the south bank of the River Ganges. Impressed backstamp Rogers. Provenance: The personal collection of Gresham Copeland, passing by descent to his son Robert Copeland. Collection identification label on back AGC A.18 and Wrexham 14 Oct 1939. Small chip to foot rim on back, a little minor crazing to the glaze, but overall an exceptionally bright and clean example of this popular design. Beautiful display piece.
Dimensions: 25 cm / 9.75 ins
Our ref: 19CN28016

Soup Plate c1820s Maker: Rogers  Pattern:Camel
Soup Plate c1820s
Delightful rimmed soup plate. The scene depicts the Gate leading to a Musjed at Chunar Ghur, based on an engraving in Oriental Scenery by Thomas Daniell published in 1797. Chunar or Chunarghur is a town and ancient fortress in the district of Mirzapur in the United Provinces of India, situated on the south bank of the River Ganges. Backstamp: Impressed Rogers. A little minor surface scratching and wear to the outer rim overall excellent condition.
Dimensions: 24 cm / 9.5 ins
Our ref: 19CN53056


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