Landscapes such as that on this plate are characteristic of Tucker porcelain. No two were identical and seem to be imaginary rather than representational of actual scenes. Thomas Tucker, the chief decorator of the factory, is usually credited with being responsible for the painting.
Place object was created: Philadelphia, PA
Measurements: diameter: 6 inchesGift of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight M. Beeson 1973.4.3
Currently on view at Mint Museum RANDOLPH