Dedham Pottery Rabbit Plates
Dedham Pottery can be readily identified by its crackle glaze
and cobalt blue hand painted designs. The rabbit pattern, one
of a dozen standard designs, was chosen as the logo for Dedham
Pottery (formerly the Chelsea Keramic Works). Today it is the
most recognizable and popular Dedham pattern.
Chelsea Keramic Art Works Pottery Rabbit Plate - 8.75"
Early Rabbit plate was made by the Chelsea Keramic Art Works
(predecessor to Dedham Pottery) sometime between 1880 and 1889
when the factory closed. It is marked with an impressed "CPUS"
in a four leaf clover. There is a small nick on the back of
the plate and a small hairline running from the crack toward the
center of the plate. Click to see back of plate
The four leaf clover impression is just visible to the left of
the hairline in the center part of the plate. (Stock number 002pt0410a)
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