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    • A cream-colored plate 9¾" in diameter 

      Unknown author (1890)
      There is a chip at about 9 o'clock along the scalloped edge of this lovely plate. The design, showing the moment just before lift-off, is repeated elsewhere in Brown-Westhead, Moore and Company productions. The design ...
    • A cream-colored plate 9¾" in diameter with a 6½" blue-and-white circular design 

      Unknown author (1890)
      This plate seems to be in a set with the similar presentation of TT which I acquired at the same time. There is a chip at about 12 o'clock along the scalloped edge of this lovely plate. The design shows the moment just ...
    • A cream-colored plate over 9" in diameter 

      Unknown author (1890)
      Perhaps the loveliest plate I have. High quality artistry throughout. Especially attractive is the attentive pose of the mouse in the foreground. The two characters he looks at present just what the fable wants from them: ...
    • A white-colored platter 10½" x almost 9½ 

      Unknown author (1880)
      This is a heavy platter. There is a shallow plate in front of the protagonists and narrow vases in the background. Shirley dates this and the larger platter below to 1858-82. There are chip repairs at the right-hand ...
    • A white-colored platter 13" x almost 10½ 

      Unknown author (1880)
      This is a large, heavy, and even formidable platter! I am baffled about which fable is presented here. Shirley dates this and the smaller platter above to 1858-82. There are chip repairs at both "carrying" ends.
    • An octagonal plate almost 10" in diameter with a 7¼" gray-and-white circular design 

      Unknown author (1890)
      There are no chips in this substantial plate. The design, showing the moment just before lift-off, is repeated elsewhere in Brown-Westhead, Moore and Company productions. The design spills over nicely into the ridge ...