Early English ceramic Plaque with pink glaze and copper lustre

Early English ceramic Plaque with pink glaze and copper lustre

Early English ceramic Plaque with pink glaze and copper lustre

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Early English ceramic Plaque with pink glaze and copper lustre
with inscription ‘PRAISE YE THE LORD’ with trumpeting angel above and in smaller print ‘In the[sic] O Lord do I put my trust; let me never be confounded; PSA XXXI. Ver.1.5’ An early text plate from the Wesleyan movement, England, circa 1820.

Height:5"-15.0cm
Width:6"-17.0cm
Glossary Words

lustreware

Pottery or porcelain which has been fired with a compound of gold or platinum to produce a metallic glaze. Produced in large numbers throughout the 19th century by manufacturers in Staffordshire, Sunderland and Leeds and by Wedgwood.

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