COALPORT INDIAN TREEOVAL VEGETBLE BOWL We are offering a vintage Coalport Indian Tree pattern oval vegetable bowl. This piece is open with the pattern in the "high verge" style or with the gold band part of the decoration being at the top of the side rather than toward the bottom. This bowl measures 9 in. long by 6-7/8 in. wide and 1-1/2 in. deep. which makes it very useful and versitile size. There are no cracks or chips and especially no crazing. The bowl has been carefully used but may have slight loss of gold in a couple of places. As pictured, the mark shows that this platter would have been produced in the period between 1891 and 1919. After that time a law passed that required imports' backstamp to include the country of manufacture along with the words "MADE IN". We have listed two companion bowls, this being the smallest of three making a neat nesting set. We hope you will take the time to look at them as well as a number of other hard to find Indian Tree items we have available. This vegtable bowl is both useful as well as lovely when just being displayed. The unmistkeable Indian Tree pattern with its' vivid colors and extraordinary design along with the shape of its pieces would make a special gift or a wonderful piece to be enjoyed for many years to come. COALPORT INDIAN TREE CHINA They may be seen displayed in china cabinets, hung on walls or enjoyed at dinner parties, Coalport's especially attractive and delightful Indian Tree pieces with center bouquets of pretty spring flowers and brightly colored rims of magenta, apple green, yellow or blue. While the pattern has been discontinued , it has become quite collectable in recent years, yet still affordable. The history of the factory in England which produced these fine and especially desirable porcelains together with various other designs, has a long and interesting history dating from 1750. The pattern was apparently first introduced at the factory in 1801, but the first known example dates from the 1820s. No-one can be sure where the design came from. One legend has it that the pattern was originally copied from a piece of silk belonging to a soldier in the Shropshire Light Infantry. Coalport China became part of the Wedgwood group in 1967, where it continues to flourish to this day. A few notes: We will be listing additional , many hard to find Coalport Indian Tree items, so please watch for them this weekend. Be sure to email us with any questions or shipping needs. Correspondence is important to us. Shipping and handling include appropriate insurance. Packing is meticulous and most careful . OUR GOAL IS TO MAKE YOU HAPPY!
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