This lovely old blue transferware platter is the perfect size to serve up canapés, cookies or just about anything you want to show off.
This stone china beauty was made by W. Adams & Sons in England between 1835-1855. The pattern name is Isola-Belle. Retired from daily use, she still has some life left in her to flaunt your latest culinary achievement, or to sit happily on your shelf and watch the family action. Either way, we know you'll handle her with extreme care due to age.
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- ONE antique blue transferware platter (as shown)
This is a true antique. There is overall surface wear, with chips, scuffs, scratches, pitting, discoloration, and several hairline cracks. The two largest cracks appear to have had repair work at some point in the past. The bottom of the platter shows wear to the edges with loss of surface glaze and darkening. Recommend had wash and dry carefully and avoid temperature extremes.