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Champagne bread and butter plate - 1939

Champagne bread and butter plate
    Champagne bread and butter plate

This plate is in Wedgwood's light cane coloured body which was called champagne. It is decorated with pattern number TKH245. The K in the pattern number refers to the ware being decorated underglaze, whilst the H refers to the fact that it is free-hand painted. The name of the pattern is not known. The plate has a central floral motif and a feathered edge to the rim, both painted in brick red.

This plate is in Wedgwood's light cane coloured body which was called champagne. It is decorated with pattern number TKH245. The K in the pattern number refers to the ware being decorated underglaze, whilst the H refers to the fact that it is free-hand painted. The name of the pattern is not known. The plate has a central floral motif and a feathered edge to the rim, both painted in brick red. The Wedgwood Museum Archive's estimate books suggest the pattern was introduced during or after November 1938. Retail prices for this pattern are not known.

  • Type of object: Useful ware/bread and butter plate
  • Mark: WEDGWOOD
    ETRURIA ENGLAND
    MADE IN ENGLAND
    [Printed in green]
    X
    [Printed in pale green]
    TKH245
    L
    [Painted in red]
    WEDGWOOD
    10YF39
    N
    N
    [Impressed]
  • Year produced: 1939
  • Body: champagne
  • Glaze: clear glaze
  • Material: ceramic
  • Decoration: hand-painted
  • Accession number: 12450a
  • Dimensions: 244 mm (diameter), 35 mm (depth)

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