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Royal Worcester hand painted Game Birds Ruff plate (JAS Stinton)

Product Description

Royal Worcester hand painted Game Birds Ruff plate
signed JAS (James) Stinton
c.1941

Approximately 26.5 centimeters (10 1/4 inches) diameter

In excellent condition
GUARANTEED free from damage and repair

James Stinton was the youngest son of John Stinton senior and John juniors youngest brother. James started with the Grainger factory specialising in gamebirds on ornamental vases, plate centres and coffee sets. He moved to the Royal Worcester factory when Graingers was taken over in 1902. James is well known for his watercolours, mostly of the same subjects he painted on porcelain. He was a fine painter of pheasants, grouse and other game birds, either in flight or on the ground in their natural setting. He produced a huge volume of these on everything from large decorative vases to dinner services and tea cups or coffee cans. John is also well known for his game bird watercolours and both are equally desirable and sought after. For many years James would paint a plate from the Royal Worcester factory and send it to his brother in America for Christmas and birthdays. His brothers descendants now have a fine and extensive collection. James Stinton retired from Royal Worcester in 1951 at the age of 81.

Sku: 6093
$ 450.00 AUD
Maximum quantity available reached.