Very pretty cabinet plate by Aynsley with a lovely shaped rim, and apple green ground with finely gilded garlands and floral bouquets. In the centre is a painted scene of a double arched bridge over the river at Beddgelert, signed by the renowned porcelain artist Frederick Micklewright. Dating from the early 20th century, c.1910. Marked to the back, with the scene location hand written also and pattern 4234.
It measures 21.5cm ( 1/2") wide.
Condition is very good; no damage or restoration. A couple of light surface marks and a bit of rubbing to the gilding but nothing to detract from such a pretty piece.
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