ERIC RAVILIOUS. Vintage 1953 Original Wedgwood Side Plates from the "Garden Series". 7 inches
ERIC RAVILIOUS. Vintage 1953 Original Wedgwood Side Plates from the "Garden Series". 7 inches
ERIC RAVILIOUS. Vintage 1953 Original Wedgwood Side Plates from the "Garden Series". 7 inches
ERIC RAVILIOUS. Vintage 1953 Original Wedgwood Side Plates from the "Garden Series". 7 inches
ERIC RAVILIOUS. Vintage 1953 Original Wedgwood Side Plates from the "Garden Series". 7 inches
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ERIC RAVILIOUS. Vintage 1953 Original Wedgwood Side Plates from the "Garden Series". 7 inches

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On offer is this highly collectable side plate which dates to the 1950s.

The image was designed by the famous English artist and printmaker, Eric Ravilious (1903 - 1942).

It was issued in 1953 by Wedgwood as part of their much-celebrated and sought after "Garden Series".

Ravilious was originally commissioned to produce a range of designs for Wedgwood in the 1930s. Many of his original designs were only produced by Wedgwood in the early 1950s.

This pretty side or tea plate measures 7 inches in diameter.

The design is very typical of the artist's distinctive style - the pattern shows the large tree in the centre of the garden being trimmed back and logs lopped off and popped into the gardener's wheelbarrow. A saw and an axe are seen to the stump of the tree to the left. A little bird takes flight to the right.

A fair price for these highly collectable pieces of mid-century ceramics.