Prattware Pottery

F.& R. Pratt - masters of multi coloured transfer printing on pottery from 1847

Wall Plaque
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  • Wall Plaque
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Pratt4ever
The Pratt's were producing plaques in the plain terracotta with the Royal Warrant on them, when Prince Albert Died in 1861 the plaques that were in stock were then revamped and had gilding and a black background added. these were then sold as morning plaques.
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sowerby
Dear Carol I have no idea what the value of the Prat Queen Victoria plaque would be at to-days value but a bit less than it would have been say 10 years ago' I have been collecting Victoria commemoratives for about 25 years+, if I sold them all off to-day I would be lucky to get a 10th of what I paid for them just look at the results on eBay. But things do come back into fashion after a while. I think the terracotta Jubilee Plaque looks better without any decoration, but that is my personal opinion. With Regards. John Morris ago'
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Carol Pell
I have one of these plaques. It is exactly the same, looks like there has been gold Gilding at some point around the edge. How can I find out how much it's worth ? Any ideas
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John Morris
I have a copy of this plaque. my copy is not Colored or Gilded but plain terracotta. I had no idea that it was a rare item.
   

 

Wall Plaque

Object Type
Plaque
Base Colour
Terracotta
Period
1851+
Markings
Prince Albert Stamp
Design Names
Queen Victoria
Dimensions
30 cm long
Maker
F & R Pratt
Reference
British Pottery an Illustrated Guide Geoffrey A Godden
Price Guide
5
Object ID
TER.mix.032

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This record last updated on 11 August 2017

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