Plate, pattern "ISIS" - ROM2009_10571_1

ROM2009_10571_1

Plate, pattern "ISIS"

Maker: Designed by Christopher Dresser (British, 1834-1904) for Wedgwood (English, est. 1759)
Medium:Earthenware with lotus blossom border transfer-printed in black and painted
Geography: Etruria, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
Date: c. 1875
Dimensions:
26.5 cm
Object number: 2008.2.8
Credit Line: Gift of Conrad Biernacki and Brian Musselwhite
Not on view
DescriptionChristopher Dresser was one of the most influential designers in Britain during the late 1800s. His designs for Minton ceramics, glass by James Couper and Sons of Glasgow, Linthorpe Art Pottery, and silver plate manufactured by Hukin and Heath, Birmingham, are well known. Between 1900 and 1910, a number of his designs were revived, notably by Hukin and Heath.
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