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I do not believe it is William de Morgan, I'm just pointing out some similarity in designs of english pottery.

A better image of the pelican plate; Birmingham Museum

William De Morgan- plate

Plate Place of origin: Fulham, England (made) Date: 1898-1907 (made) Artist/Maker: De Morgan, William Frend, born 1839 - died 1917 (designer) Passenger, Charles (painter (artist)) William De Morgan, Fulham Factory (maker) Materials and Techniques: Earthenware with lustre decoration

More fish plates for my collection. These are really ornate...(William De Morgan)

William De Morgan, Chelsea/Fulham,London, circa 1900-1907, painted maker’s mark W.D.M. Fulham and decorator’s mark C.P. (Charles Passenger). Hand-painted with pair of birds and pair of fish on a scrolling ground

Plate (c. 1880) Artist/s name WILLIAM DE MORGAN & CO., London (manufacturer) William DE MORGAN (designer) MORRIS & CO., London (retailer) Medium earthenware Measurements 2.7 x 20.9 cm diameter

Plate | De Morgan, William Frend | V Search the Collections

Plate (c. 1880) Artist/s name WILLIAM DE MORGAN & CO., London (manufacturer) William DE MORGAN (designer) MORRIS & CO., London (retailer) Medium earthenware Measurements 2.7 x 20.9 cm diameter Place/s of Execution London, England

William De Morgan- plate by Kotomicreations, via Flickr