Retro Bone China And Velvet Wall Plaque Turner Landscapes 3 Oval Tiles Countess 1970s
This is a very decorative wall plaque made in Staffordshire, England by Countess China in 1971.
The decorative wall plaque has a wood base with a greenish brown velvet covering and 3 ceramic rural landscape oval bone china tiles from works of the painter Turner.
The entire plaque measures 13 inches long including the gold tassel by 3.5 inches wide and the individual oval tiles measure 1.75 inches wide by 2.25 inches high.
The ceramic plaques have scalloped and hand painted burnished gold edges.
The piece is in excellent used vintage condition and very decorative.
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