SOLD ITEM 3495 - Mellor Etruria Myrtle blue and white porcelain plate

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Mellor Etruria Myrtle blue and white porcelain plate. ironstone plate, made by the Wedgwood factory in Etruria, near Burselm, in Stafford-shire, England. This factory was established about 1770. The name Etruria was used even after the factory was sold in 1844 (it continued until 1949). During that time, the factory produced custom patterns for various retailers to be sold exclusively under their own names, in addition to producing its general lines. Mellor & Co was probably that of one of those retailers. Myrtle is the pattern name. This plate was made circa 1850 to 1870.
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