Fantastic Early 19th C. Creamware Plate with RARE Dog Transfer

Fantastic early 19th C. (possibly 18th century) creamware octagon plate with a great transfer of a curly-haired dog (looks like a Portuguese Water Dog or Large sized Poodle to me). Measures a little shy of 9" in diameter, this plate is also signed and impressed with it's maker's name of Wedgwood. I do see some other initials or mark but can't quite make it out on the back. This plate has overall fine crazing, could use a cleaning and I note only one short hairline that you can see on the front at about 8:00 o'clock on the plate (measures about 1" in length). Probably would not be able to see it if this plate is cleaned up, as it has darkened. Although, I think the color of the plate with it's natural aged patina looks fabulous--I really would not change a thing!

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