A THORNTON W.BURGESS "LITTLE JOE OTTER" CUP PLATE. Cape Cod, Pairpoint Glass Co., 1980. One in the BURGESS ANIMAL FRIENDS SERIES issued by the Thornton W. Burgess Society as a commemorative. A charming hand-produced pressed glass cup plate measuring 3 1/4 inches in diameter. In amethyst glass featuring Burgess' character carrying a fishing rod and pail. Scalloped edge and border with fish-related scenes. In excellent condition. TOGETHER WITH its original descriptive paper brochure.
BEATRIX POTTER PETER RABBIT COMPOTIER PLATE. WEDGWOOD, 1992. A 6 inch plate in its ORIGINAL BOX. The plate has a deep ribbed border and features a central decoration of Mrs. Rabbit with Flopsy, Mopsy, Cottontail and Peter. Beneath the illustration is a facsimile of Beatrix Potter's autograph. The plate is lettered in black: "Once upon a time there were four little rabbits, and their names were - Flopsy, Mopsy, Cottontail and Peter". MINT IN BOX.
BEATRIX POTTER PETER RABBIT LARGE CAKE PLATE. WEDGWOOD. IN ORIGINAL PICTORIAL BOX. A large (9 7/8 inches) plate labeled by Wedgwood as a "CAKE PLATE" but also suitable as a dinner plate. Please see enlargements for details. MINT IN BOX. Note: this is the second version of the box.
BEATRIX POTTER PETER RABBIT LARGE CAKE PLATE. WEDGWOOD. A full size plate (9 7/8 inches) - labeled by Wedgwood as a "CAKE PLATE". Also suitable as a dinner plate. Please see enlargements for details. MINT IN ORIGINAL BOX. Note: this is the first and earliest version of the box.
BEATRIX POTTER PETER RABBIT "LEARNING" PLATE. 1992. WEDGWOOD, 1992. An 8 inch plate in its ORIGINAL pictorial box. The plate features a central illustration of Mrs. Rabbit, Flopsy, Mopsy, Cottontail and Peter. The border is decorated with upper and lower case letters of the alphabet together with small vignettes of Peter in various poses. MINT IN BOX.
"ALICE AND THE WHITE RABBIT" - A LIMOGES PORCELAIN PLATE BY SANDY NIGHTINGALE. Limoges, France, Georges Boyer, copyrighted by the artist in 1981 (issued in 1982). The first plate in a collection of eight plates issued on the occasion of the Sesquicentennial of Lewis Carroll's birth (1832-1898). This plate is numbered AL 468 on the back. It depicts a scene from Carroll's "Alice's Adventures In Wonderland" where Alice meets the White Rabbit who is rushing along exclaiming "I'M LATE, I'M LATE"...