Antique transfer printed round, scalloped edge plate in orange slip on a brown ground with the very decorative Sunderlandware paisley pattern. Thomas Pearson Scott was said to have invented the technique of using yellow or orange slip instead of ink to apply the transfers.
Examples of paisley pattern: John C. Baker, Sunderland Pottery, page 19, plate V.
PLACE OF ORIGIN
Scott Brothers & Company Southwick Pottery (Sunderland, England, 1788-1896)
Impressed (on reverse): Scott Brothers. Mark used: 1838-45.
Queen Victoria (1837-1901) | Mid 19th century
Width 9.5 Depth 9.5 Height 1.25 inches