2021.0019.001.001 Plate, view 1
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Plate (Fable plate)

  • Title:

    Ye Fox Inviteth Ye Stork to Dinner

  • Category:

    Ceramics

  • Creator (Role):

    W.T. Copeland & Sons, Ltd. (Maker)

  • Place of Origin:

    Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

  • Date:

    March 12, 1881 (1881-1881)

  • Materials:

    Earthenware

  • Techniques:

    Molded, Printed

  • Museum Object Number:

    2021.0019.001.001


  • Complete Details



Object Number

2021.0019.001.001

Object Name

Plate (Fable plate)

Title

Ye Fox Inviteth Ye Stork to Dinner

Category

Ceramics

Credit Line/Donor

Gift of Hyman Myers & Sandra Kittner Myers

Creator (Role)

W.T. Copeland & Sons, Ltd. (Maker)
1847

Place of Origin

Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Date

March 12, 1881 (1881-1881)

Mark or Signature or Inscription or Label

1. Inscription; Front; Printed "yE FOX InVITETH / yE STORK / TO DInnER"

Subjects

Aesop's Fable; Fable; Morality; Literary scene; Literature; Fable

Materials

Earthenware

Techniques

Molded, Printed

Dimensions (inches)

0.9 (H) , 10.25 (Diam)

Dimensions (centimeters)

2.2 (H) , 26.035 (Diam)

Measurement Notes

Measurements as per collector.

Object Description

Text available soon.

Bibliography and Bibliographic Notes

[Electronic] Transferware Collectors Club. Transferware Collectors Club Database of Patterns & Sources. Transferware Collectors Club https://www.transferwarecollectorsclub.org/members/database
Soup plate from same series: Object features the pattern "Ye Eagle & Tortoise," pattern no. 6128. "...one of a series of Aesthetic style designs based on Aesop's Fables that were registered by Copelands in 1879..."
[Electronic] Transferware Collectors Club. Transferware Collectors Club Database of Patterns & Sources. Transferware Collectors Club https://www.transferwarecollectorsclub.org/members/database
Plate from same series: Object features the pattern "Ye Bear & Ye Bees," pattern no. 19211. Similarly to the Winterthur plate, "The diamond registry mark...on the back, shows the date for March 12, 1881."