Plate with scene of "Fall of Montmorenci near Quebec" - ROM2006_6303_1

ROM2006_6303_1

Plate with scene of "Fall of Montmorenci near Quebec"

Maker: Enoch Wood & Sons (active 1818-1846)
Medium:Transfer-printed earthenware
Geography: Burslem, Staffordshire, England
Date: 1830-1840
Dimensions:
2.5 (height) x 21.5 (diameter) cm
Object number: 957.164
Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Jason Westerfield
On view
Gallery Location:Sigmund Samuel Gallery of Canada
Description

Canadian topographical scenery was largely the domain of potters in Staffordshire, England. The earliest Canadian views, as in this example, was introduced by Enoch Wood & Sons about 1830 as part of a larger series of American views destined for the American market. Wood and Sons dominated the export market for tablewares of this kind during the 1820s and 1830s. This pottery is characterized by a deep, cobalt blue colour.

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