Make: Staffordshire (England), Possibly Hackwood & Co.
Pattern: "Falls of Killarney"
Age: Circa 1800-1850
Construction: Stoneware w/ blue transfer
Dimensions: 16 1/2" L x 13 1/8" W
Condition: Excellent antique condition. Some small scratches & knicks consistent with age throughout. No crazing.
Details: Early 19th C. blue & white transfer ware platter with pastoral scene. Depicted in scene are two ladies & a gentleman on a bank in the foreground with cows grazing. Behind them are the Falls of Killarney and Ross Castle, with a village in the distance. The rim of the platter displays a floral border. The only mark on reverse is the number 16 incised into the stoneware.
Includes large, heavy metal platter hanging rack. Please see photos!