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A wonderful example of a creamware dish made by Sewell and Donkin of Newcastle (St. Anthony's until 1819). The painted central scene shows a dying patient receiving his unction above the motto "T Oliesel" (Last Rites), and is surrounded with a colorful floral border. The reverse of the dish has the partial impressed manufacturer's name.
The condition of this 10" diameter piece is excellent, with good color, no cracks, chips, or restoration. Normal very faint, non-intrusive and expected crazing is present, especially on the reverse.