This semi-porcelain luncheon plate was manufactured between 1891 and 1910 by Henry Alcock, owner of a company called Stoke-on-Trent in England. It features a baroque Manhattan pattern with green with gold accents.
We hand-transferred an illustration of a flying red and black grasshopper gleaned from a 19th-century natural history book. We love how the practical illustration contrasts with the ornate china pattern creating an eccentric cabinet of curiosities vibe.
Our founder, Susan Davis, is a dedicated collector of all things old, beautiful and interesting.
While button hunting, she often finds other collectibles she cannot bear to leave behind. This is how she came to own a substantial collection of colorful antique and vintage china plates.
The plates accumulated in our Louisiana design studio for many years until Susan discovered a process for transferring images onto china that sparked her latest product design inspiration.
Your plate will be one of only four in the world.
This special piece is not eligible for free shipping.