A Vintage Portmeirion Cheese Dome And Platter In Welsh Dresser Design, By Angharad Menna.
This vibrant, jolly design looks as fresh and bright as when it was made.
Don't miss your chance to buy this hard to find item. The cheese dome has a few white speckles on it as shown in the photographs. The cheese dome carries the green oval backstamp showing that it is a slight second.
6.5 in (16.5 cm) tall to top of knob
8.5 in (21 cm) diam
10.5 in (27 cm) diam
The Welsh Dresser pattern was launched in 1992 and was originally painted by Susan Williams-Ellis's daughter Angharad Menna. Based on the Welsh folk art of Llanelli ware, this design was inspired by Susan's love for the 19th century pottery that she loved and collected herself. Angharad designed a modern day version of the traditional design using large brush strokes in bright colours to create vivacious abstract floral motifs.