An Antique English Creamware Dessert Plate with pierced open work and moulded border, c1780-90
An Antique English Creamware Plate round with a wavy edge with simple moulding (royal), the rim pierced with panels of openwork and moulded with festoons of husks suspended from bows rimed with acanthus leaves c1780-90; most likely Yorkshire Leeds Pottery
Diameter: 7 3/4"
Condition: Restoration to minor glaze wear
Literature: "See pgs 146 and 147 Creamware and other English Pottery at Temple Newsam House, Leeds by Peter Walton" for similar examples.