Derby porcelain cabinet plate painted by James Rouse

£450

This charming porcelain plate, which features a superb parcel gilt and pierced rim, portrays a young shepherdess accompanied by an ewe and a new-born lamb.

 

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Description

This fine Derby porcelain plate is painted by James Rouse, a celebrated porcelain painter active in England during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

The central roundel of the plate is painted with a delicate scene of a young shepherdess cradling a lamb as she walks beside an ewe. The landscape setting is idyllic and pastoral. The rim of the plate is parcel gilt and pierced with an intricate latticework.

The painted scene is signed ‘J Rouse’ and the reverse is inscribed in rubbed lettering ‘The Shepherd’s Daughter’.

Details

Country of Origin
English
Date of Manufacture
Early 20th Century
Period
Early 20th Century
Style
Figurative Art
Material
Porcelain
Colour
Gold, Multi-coloured, White

Dimensions

Height
2 cm / 0.8 inches
Width
24.5 cm / 9.4 inches
Depth
24.5 cm / 9.4 inches
Diameter
24.5 cm / 9.4 inches

Reference:
10077b

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