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LOT OF 3 Royal Worcester COLLECTOR’S Plate ‘Quinton’s Victorian Villages Created Exclusively by SPINK Limited Edition Fine Bone China Royal Worcester DECORATIVE | ORNAMENTAL | British & Far East Traders Lifestyle & Shopping Blog
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LOT OF 3

Royal Worcester 

COLLECTOR’S Plate 

‘Quinton’s Victorian Villages 

Created Exclusively by SPINK

Limited Edition

Fine Bone China

Royal Worcester

DECORATIVE | ORNAMENTAL
 

DETAILS:

A.R Quinton- painter
Salmon Studios, Sevenoaks, England
Created Exclusively by Spink- founded 1666
A limited edition of 10,000 plates in Fine Bone China
by Royal Worcester
Golden plate edge
 
Plate Diameter: approx 21 cm
 

PLATE 1: ‘SHERE’

PLATE 2: FROGHOLT

PLATE 3: POUNDS BRIDGE

 
These plates are reminiscent of the Quintessential English Victorian Villages
Perfect Collection for Country Houses, Pubs/ Restaurants, or English Cottages. 
 
These would look good anywhere in the home and they are a joy to behold. 
The items themselves are beautiful pieces which can bring back life 
to any wall or corner you put them. 
 
These beauties would need rehoming to anyone
who loves Fine Victorian Arts & Culture…
 
 
 
 

ADDITIONAL READING:

 

Alfred Robert Quinton (1853–1934)[1] was an English watercolour artist, 

known for his paintings of British villages and landscapes. 

Many of these were published as postcards, which are popular with today’s collectors. 

His paintings have also been published in many calendars. 

Well over 2,000 of his paintings were published between 1904 and the time of his death. 

He also illustrated a number of books including “The Historic Thames” by Hilaire Belloc.

He lived in Fortis Green, north London.

   

    

SOURCE: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A._R._Quinton

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