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Early 19th Century Mason's Earthenware Plate, Tyburn Turnpike. Blue and white pottery plate with a clobbered border of colorful flowers, It shows a rider paying his toll at the Tyburn Turnpike. That location is now the corner of Oxford Street and Edgeware Road in London. The earthenware plate is part of a series of rural views called the "Beaded Frame Series". Each piece had the location printed on the back within a beaded frame.