Pennsylvania Cast Iron Stove Plate, Thomas Potts

American (Pennsylvania), 1758. A cast iron stove plate, made at the Colebrookdale or Mt. Pleasant furnace, with traditional decoration of arches and tulips, dated, signed and with inscription reading Las. Dich. Das. Besse. Nicht, (Did You Not Read the Best?); 23.75 x 23.75 in.

Provenance:Property from the Americana Collection of Dr. Dale and Ann Knight Gutman, Cincinnati, Ohio


Wear to left side of inscription.

Estimate: $1,000 - $2,000
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