Plaque

Maker
Luke Adams Limited
Unknown
Production date
Circa 1887
Description
Hand painted depiction of Milford Sound on a plain circular terracotta plaque with an impressed dentil rim decoration. On the reverse is a first factory mark back stamp for Luke Adams. Foot rim is pierced in four places so it can be hung, but image is painted at an angle to these.
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Production place
Collecting unit
Production role
Potter/Maker
Decorator
Measurements
Diameter: 200mm (7 7/8")
Current rights code
Other Id
378
757
Accession number
2009.28.34
Marks and Inscriptions
Marks/Inscriptions: LUKE ADAMS/COLOMBO STREET/SYDENHAM; Type of mark: Manufacturer's mark; Method: Impressed; Notes: REVERSE

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