Twenty (20) Hicks, Meigh, & Johnson ironstone Imari pattern pottery pieces with cobalt, iron-red, and parcel gilt designs of flowering branches surrounding a central medallion depicting a vase of flowers before a low railing, including one (1) tureen with pierced, interlacing finial and handles; twelve (12) soup bowls (10 1/4" dia.); one (1) footed presentation platter or tazza; two (2) compotes with pierced, interlacing handles; two (2) plates with pierced, interlacing handles; and two (2) petal or shell-shaped dishes. All items stamped with blue crown and "Real Stone China" banner maker's mark; some additionally marked with iron-red painter's marks, including "140" or "170" to underside. Ranging in size from 7 3/8" H x 8 1/4" W to 6 3/4" H x 11 5/8" dia. English, circa 1820-1835.
The Collection of Dr. Joe Newsom Rawlings, Davisboro, Georgia.
Scattered minor wear to glaze including some minute surface scratches. One soup bowl with minor area of crazing. One compote with minor hairlines, largest measuring 3/4" L.