Painting the Sky Blue

Painting the Sky Blue

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If you love home decor that get's people talking, then take a look at this vintage mismatched pair of Royal Vale and  Colclough bone china plates, upcycled with imagery of an artist in blue dungarees, balancing precariously on a ladder to put his finishing touches to 'painting' the sky blue.

I couldn't resist the opportunity to work with the existing imagery on the top plate and when on display as wall art this quirky, one of a kind decorative plate set is bound to be a talking point.

**NB: Heavy duty Velcro strips for safe and effortless hanging is supplied FREE with this plate.  
The strips are ready for immediate use and full instructions are provided**

The plates are really for decorative purposes - although they can be gently rinsed, in order to preserve the fragile designs, please do not soak, scrub or place them in a microwave or dishwasher.  

The top plate measures approximately 15.75 cms/6.25 inches and the bottom one 15 cms/6 inches

Please be aware that you may see slight blemishes on the plates and/or fading in parts and the bottom plate has some fine feathering around the edge -  I hope you will agree that these are true signs of having been pre loved and only add to their quirky vintage character!
 

Each plate I make is a one off - whilst I repeat the imagery, it is never on the same plate. Given this, you may be interested to see this design used on other vintage plates by visiting the quirky Victorian archive.

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