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Pair of Antique English Saucer Dishes

$650.00 for pair
  • England, circa 1820
  • Dimensions: 7 1/2 inches diameter

Job Ridgway (& Sons) is considered one of the most important family dynasties. They manufactured English porcelain and earthenware from the late 1790’s to the late 20th century. Initially, the company started with Job (1759 – 1813) and his younger brother, George who worked together to about 1800. The two brothers split their partnership around 1800 to allow each to introduce their sons to the business. When Job passed away in 1813, the business continued with his two sons, John & William Ridgway. In 1830, the two brothers separated and both became very successful on their own. Ridgway Porcelain eventually merged with the Booths & Colclough China Company during the 1940’s and later became part of the Royal Doulton family in 1972.

A superb pair of Antique English Job Ridgway (& Sons) Saucer Dishes. Set on a white background, there are wonderful tones of orange flowers with cobalt blue and green enamel leaves as well as peach, beige, and gilt throughout. The colors and workmanship show a distinctive design unseen elsewhere and therefore, become very much appreciated.

Our pair of Antique English Saucer Dishes are in pristine condition, beautifully hand-painted, and are a wonderful example of English porcelain at the highest caliber.

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