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A rare Edwardian white ironstone tongue dish in excellent condition.

Unmarked but made by Keeling & Co.

Featuring a scrolled pattern and ‘TONGUE’ across the centre of the plate in black transfer print, this is an excellent example of a tongue plate, dating from the early 1900s.

At the time, these plates would have been used in butchers shops to display the tongue that was on sale.

This is a great display piece as part of a kitchenalia or white ironstone collection.

This plate is in excellent condition, with no chips or cracks. spots, The black transfer print is slightly worn / faded with age but is still clear.

Diameter, 26.5cm; Height, 3cm

Edwardian Ironstone Tongue Plate