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George Jones Majolica Tray


19th century

Majolica earthenware

10″ W; 13.5″ H


An Excellent Quality George Jones Majolica ‘Wheat and Butterfly’ Tray c.1875 Shape no. 3470. The rectangular basket weave tray with shaped corners and a wicker handle at each end, the turquoise body forming a summer’s day backdrop to a spray of wheat, butterfly, dragonfly and bee. Pg. 65 Cluett, 13


WHY WE LOVE IT: Majolica is all about whimsy!  It is rare that a piece of pottery can transfer you instantly to a wonderful summer’s day.