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Mason`s Masons Ironstone St Pauls Cathedral Christmas Plate 1982 Masons Ironstone St Pauls Cathedral Christmas Plate 1982

Masons St Pauls Cathedral Christmas Plate 1982
 
The original Gothic Cathedral of St. Pauls was totally destroyed in the Great Fire of London in September 1666. In 1670 Sir Christopher Wren prepared a design for a new Cathedral to replace that ruined four years previously. After modifications the final design received the Royal Warrant of Approval in 1675 and the foundation stone was laid in that same year. The last stone was laid in 1708, and the Cathedral itself was finally completed in I711.
 
Masons Ironstone was started by Miles Mason. Mason experimented on new clays and produced an earthenware called Ironstone China. This was so strong that it was used to make fireplaces, four poster beds and garden seats His highly decorated Ironstone, with its rich enamel blue, red, and green colours, finished with 22 carat gold, closely replicated the Chinese ceramics that the wealthier classes had been buying throughout the eighteenth century. Today, the remaining patterns from Masons Ironstoneare easily identifiable and highly collectable

 

 

 

 

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Masons Ironstone St Pauls Cathedral Christmas Plate 1982

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Product Code: Christmas Plate
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Masons St Pauls Cathedral Christmas Plate 1982
 
The original Gothic Cathedral of St. Pauls was totally destroyed in the Great Fire of London in September 1666. In 1670 Sir Christopher Wren prepared a design for a new Cathedral to replace that ruined four years previously. After modifications the final design received the Royal Warrant of Approval in 1675 and the foundation stone was laid in that same year. The last stone was laid in 1708, and the Cathedral itself was finally completed in I711.
 
Masons Ironstone was started by Miles Mason. Mason experimented on new clays and produced an earthenware called Ironstone China. This was so strong that it was used to make fireplaces, four poster beds and garden seats His highly decorated Ironstone, with its rich enamel blue, red, and green colours, finished with 22 carat gold, closely replicated the Chinese ceramics that the wealthier classes had been buying throughout the eighteenth century. Today, the remaining patterns from Masons Ironstoneare easily identifiable and highly collectable

 

 

 

 

Item Specifics
Condition is excellent with no chips, cracks or restoration that we can see. Any white marks on the item are due to the use of a flash camera. Although we always try to describe our items as accurately as possible. There will be the odd occasion when a fault will be missed. Should you feel this is the case with your purchase, please email to allow us to try to resolve the problem. PLEASE VIEW PHOTO`S PROVIDED To confirm the condition of this item before bidding. Please remember this item is sold as used, and may have minor marks from general use. Please email if you require further information.
Manufacturer/ Type Masons
Material Ironstone
Product Type Christmas Plate
Size 10" approx
Use Decorative
Weight When Packaged 900g
Boxed / unboxed Unboxed
Product Details St Paul's Cathedral The original Gothic Cathedral of St. Pauls was totally destroyed in the Great Fire of London in September 1666. In 1670 Sir Christopher Wren prepared a design for a new Cathedral to replace that ruined four years previously. After modifications the final design received the Royal Warrant of Approval in 1675 and the foundation stone was laid in that same year. The last stone was laid in 1708, and the Cathedral itself was finally completed in I711.

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