I know she will wind up in my new kitchen. There is no connection in any of the pieces I purchased at the show, other than I do like things to be at least 100 years old, and I lean towards pottery. Usually you see the Staffordshire pieces. Sometimes you see some German pieces (tip: those tend to be bisque)
This piece is marked John Thomson & Sons, Annfield, Glasgow, circa 1860-1880.
They also painted the hen-on-nest. The Scottish Pottery society calls this one majolica.
I think I like my white better, at least today! I need to find more white ironstone to keep mine company.
There's more. I shared the platter already.