Nine (9) Hicks, Meigh, & Johnson ironstone Imari pattern pottery serving platters 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) large meat platter with impressed channeling and deep well to one side, raised on two feet; one (1) meat platter with impressed channeling and deep well to one side, having scalloped edges; one (1) serving platter with one (1) pierced strainer insert; and five (5) serving platters of graduated sizes. All items stamped with blue crown and "Real Stone China" banner maker's mark, iron-red painter's mark, and "170" to underside. Ranging in size from 7 7/8" H x 10 3/4" W to 13 3/4" H x 18 3/4" W. English, circa 1820-1835.
The Collection of Dr. Joe Newsom Rawlings, Davisboro, Georgia.
Overall good condition with scattered minor wear to glaze including minor surface scratches, minute crazing to undersides, and scattered minor sticker residue to bases