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circa 1775

Wedgwood (English, 1759 - present)

This plate was decorated by Guy Green of Liverpool for Wedgwood with a print called “The Pretty
Mantua Maker.” It derives from an engraving by Charles Grignion (1716–1810), after Michel-Vincent
Brandoin (1733–1807). A mantua is a type of robe or outer garment for women.

Place object was created: Etruria, Staffordshire, England

lead glaze, creamware, enamel

Measurements:    diameter: 12.2047243118 inches

Gift of Delhom Service League in honor of M. Mellanay Delhom 2001.30.5

Currently on view at Mint Museum RANDOLPH