Minton Porcelain Tray, Brougham Castle, circa 1830

An exceptional and large Minton porcelain tray, circa 1830. The tray finely hand painted to the centre, with a titled scene of Brougham Castle, Westmorland. A herdsman tends his cows, before the ruined castle, with a water mill to the left, beneath a foreboding sky.
The broad border elaborately gilded with scrollwork, within the moulded and pierced rim, terminating in two stylised leaf handles.
Inscribed ‘Brougham Castle, Westmorland’ in puce to the reverse.

Measures: Length 37 cm, 14 5/8”.
Height 28 cm, 11”.

Condition: Excellent. No damage. No restoration.

Medium: Porcelain

Height: 28.00 cm, 11"

Width: 37.00 cm, 15"

Depth: 4.00 cm, 2"