A Victorian pottery trivet tile, decorated in black transfer with a scene from chapter 68 of 'The Old Curiosity Shop' by Charles Dickens - 'Mutual delight of Kit and the pony'.
The underside of the tile features a black advertising transfer for Pryke & Palmer, a company of ironmongers and builders merchants in the city of London.
'Pryke & Palmer, Household requisites a speciality. 47 & 48 Upper Thames St, London. E.C. - Electro-plate and cutlery of all kinds kept in stock.'
15.5cm Square (6-1/8")
Crazing, staining and usage wear commensurate with age, with the corners slightly nibbled and worn, but no cracks or significant chips/damage.
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