Decorative Tin Plates

“JULY 2023 – Nine beautiful new designs just released for general sale! See page one”

 

“Designed in the UK, but nowadays probably manufactured elsewhere, these beautiful “tin” (in reality steel with an over-printed design) plates are ideal for your posh or not quite so posh picnics. So whether your taste is Glyndebourne or Henley, or the local beach or park these plates make fantastic re-usable and un-breakable picnic plates that are bound to set tongues wagging. Robust yet light and washable (if in a dishwasher on a gentle programme) and when the conversation flags can even be used as a Frisbee!

Alternatively if Al Fresco dining is not your biscuit then the plates are great for finger foods or simply as decoration. Until picked up, most people would not know these are not the original porcelain plates as used in some of the great British houses of centuries ago.”

 

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The Royal Collection – The Coal Exchange PlateThe Royal Collection – The Coal Exchange Plate
The Royal Collection – The Coal Exchange Plate

The Royal Collection – The Coal Exchange Plate

Made in 1849 by Coalport for the Royal Table after the opening of the Coal Exchange London, 30th October 1849. The surrounding border is painted with George and the Dragon, the badge of the Heir Apparent and the arms of the City of London.

©2005 H.M. QUEEN ELIZABETH II

Arts and Crafts - Strawberry PlateArts and Crafts - Strawberry Plate

Arts and Crafts - Strawberries with Birds Plate

This plate is a contemporary design in the style of William Morris – a leading British artist in the Arts & Craft movement. Initiated in Britain, the Arts and Crafts movement was an international trend in the decorative and fine arts between about 1860 and 1920.


Arts and Crafts - Lily Plate Arts and Crafts - Lily Plate

Arts and Crafts - Lily Plate

This plate is a contemporary design in the style of William Morris – a leading British artist in the Arts & Craft movement. Initiated in Britain, the Arts and Crafts movement was an international trend in the decorative and fine arts between about 1860 and 1920.


Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford © Tulips and Chrysanthemums PlateAshmolean Museum, University of Oxford © Tulips and Chrysanthemums Plate

Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford © Turkish Flowers - Green Background Plate

This plate is a reproduction of a tulips and chrysanthemums design taken from a mid-16th century Turkish fritware dish. (EA1978.1469)

This reproduction originally produced for the ©Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford, Great Britain


Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford © Turkish Blue Flowers PlateAshmolean Museum, University of Oxford © Turkish Blue Flowers Plate

Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford © Tulips and Chrysanthemums

This plate is a reproduction of a flower design taken from a late-16th century Turkish fritware dish. (EA1978.1470)

This reproduction originally produced for the ©Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford, Great Britain


Arts and Crafts - Artichoke PlateArts and Crafts - Artichoke Plate

Arts and Crafts - Artichokes with Red Flowers Plate

This plate is a contemporary design in the style of William Morris – a leading British artist in the Arts & Craft movement. Initiated in Britain, the Arts and Crafts movement was an international trend in the decorative and fine arts between about 1860 and 1920.


Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford © Blue Grapes PlateAshmolean Museum, University of Oxford © Blue Grapes Plate

Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford © Blue Grapes Plate

This plate is a reproduction of a design featuring grapes taken from a mid-16th century Turkish fritware dish. (EA1978.1470)

This reproduction originally produced for the ©Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford, Great Britain


Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford © Gilt Stripes PlateAshmolean Museum, University of Oxford © Gilt Stripes Plate

Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford © Gilt Stripes Plate

This plate is a reproduction of a design from the Worcester Porcelain Factory, Worcester, U.K., c.1775. (WA1957.24.1.818)

This reproduction originally produced for the ©Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford, Great Britain


Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford © Vine and Berries PlateAshmolean Museum, University of Oxford © Vine and Berries Plate

Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford © Vine and Berries Plate

This plate is a reproduction of a design from the Worcester Porcelain Fastory, UK, c.1775. (WA1957.24.1.54)

This reproduction originally produced for the ©Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford, Great Britain


 

 

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