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1255 items were found in the category"" that match the term "staffordshire" -- more than can be displayed on a single page. Items 1101 through 1150 are shown here. Click for more!

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Royal Doulton, Doulton of Lambeth:
Doulton Lambeth Toby Philpot Jug Pitcher Royal Doulton

This is an early pitcher or jug made by Royal Doulton, England then called Doulton Lambeth for the works name in Staffordshire, England. The jug or pitcher is salt glazed stoneware in a molded relief or sprig design called Toby Philpot after the heavy drinking character. The jug measures 6.5 inches high, was made 1890-1900 and has sustained some damage over it's long life. The base of the handle has had a very old crack repaired with a metal rivet. there are several rim and spout chips and there is a portion of the relief of a horse missing. The jug is a venerable and interesting survival, is very collectible and would make a wonderful decorative accent or flower vase. Neat!    
$58.00


England - Miscellaneous Manufacturers - - China Pottery and Porcelain:
English Sugar Shaker Muffineer Vintage Radford Art Deco

This is a fabulous hand painted vintage ceramic sugar shaker, muffineer or sugar caster made by E. Radford (H J Wood) of Staffordshire, England in the 1930s. The shaker has an art deco design of feathery black and grey leaves and red buds and measures 6.5 inches high. The muffineer or sugar shaker is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks. Sugar shakers or muffineers were a victorian table item used to shake sugar on muffins (hence the name)pancakes or crumpets at the tea table.   
$58.00


Royal Stafford China:
Art Deco Cup And Saucer Plate Royal Stafford English

This is a fabulous art deco shaped bone china tea cup trio consisting of cup, saucer and cake or sandwich plate made during the 1930s in England by the Royal Stafford china company of Staffordshire, England. The design is a lovely deco design of hand painted stylized flowers and foliage over a transfer with gold trim. The scalloped pedestal cup measures 2.75 inches high by 3 inches in diameter, the saucer is 5.5 inches in diameter and the plate is 6.25 inches square. The set is in very good condition +++ with no chips or cracks. There is some gold wear. A wonderful art deco design for your tea table.   
$50.00


Transferware:
Plate Blue Transferware London City Scene Antique EIT

This is a large antique ironstone blue transfer or transferware 10.5 inch in diameter plate made by English Ironstone Tableware, Ltd. Staffordshire England or EIT company 1910-1920s.The plate or charger has a design of a London city scape with Big Ben and Parliament, St. Paul's cathedral, a flower seller and horse drawn street cars. The blue and white plate is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks and has the mark impressed into the back with England. Very decorative and useful, too and is from my personal collection of blue and white ironstone.    
$50.00


Souvenirs-China & Glass:
FDR'S WHITE HOUSE~SOUVENIR BOX~WARM SPGS GA

This lovely little candy box was a souvenir from THE LITTLE WHITE HOUSE in WARM SPRINGS, GEORGIA. This was FDR's vacation White House for the duration of WWII, and the site of his death. It features a picture of the house on the lid of the box. The rear is marked with the Royal Winton, Staffordshire England marks and is impressed CANDY BOX. There is some age crazing on the lid only and the upper right corner of the box has a tiny chip, otherwise it is in good shape. Not sure of the age of this vintage piece, but probably late 40's, early 50's. Box measures 3 1/2 x 5 1/2. We generally ship to domestic customers by USPS Priority Mail, so buyer will add $3.95 plus any applicable insurance.    
$48.00


Price Kensington - Price Brothers - Kensington:
Cottageware Cream and Sugar English Thatched Vintage

This is a wonderful hand painted vintage cottageware or cottage ware cream or creamer and lidded sugar made by Price Kensington, Staffordshire England in the 1960s. The shapes are a thatched cottage and they are hand painted. The cream is 3 inches high by 4.5 wide and the sugar is 5 high by 3.25 square. The creamer and sugar are in very condition with no cracks and only 1 small shallow chip on the bottom rim of the cream. I brought the set home from England where I bought a cottageware collection from a family in Worcester.    
$48.00


Pie Birds, Pie Vents, Pie Funnels:
Antique Pie Vent English White Stoneware Pie Funnel

This antique white stoneware pie vent, pie bird or pie funnel was made in the late Victorian period and dates to the 1890-1900s. The pie vent was made in Staffordshire England and I got it in the English Potteries district district recently. The pie vent is in very good condition with one very old base chip. There is some light staining inside as it was obviously used. A fun piece. And practical! Pie birds were developed in the 1500s to release steam from a baking pie so the filling didn't boil over.   
$44.00


James Kent, Old Foley:
English Pot Lid Crossing the Brook Turner James Kent

This is a ceramic pot lid by James Kent, England depicting Crossing The Brook from a painting by Turner. This ceramic pot lid was produced in the 1950s as part of a series of pots as a tribute to great British artists. This pot lid measures 4.25 inch in diameter. Pot lids were originally made as the covers of jars or pots of various substances from salves to food stuffs. The pot lid is in perfect condition with no chips or cracks. Very attractive, decorative and collectible!   
$38.00


Susie Cooper:
Susie Cooper Endon Cup And Saucer Mid Century Floral

This is a Susie Cooper, Crown Works Staffordshire England cup and saucer made 1932-1964. The pattern is called Endon, number 1417, porcelain. The cup is 2.75 inches high and the saucer is 5.75 in diameter. The floral design is lovely and pure Susie Cooper who was a master at mid century modern designs. The cup and saucer have different marks which is quite normal. There were 3 marks used pretty well randomly and most sets have varying marks, but all are from the Crown Works Burslem with the same dating as per the Susie Cooper English website. The cup and saucer is in very good ++ condition with no chips or cracks and only a few minor utensil marks and minor pattern wear.    
$38.00


England - Miscellaneous Manufacturers - - China Pottery and Porcelain:
Fishing In A Punt Pot And Lid Ceramic Jar St. James's Vintage Hackney

This is a 1920-1930s vintage St. James's relish pot and lid in the Fishing In A Punt pattern with a colored lid from an 1820 engraving that was made by A. G. Hackney & Co., Ltd Staffordshire, England. The pot and lid measures 2 inches high by 4 inches in diameter and is in excellent condition. The pot lid and pots tradition goes back to James Pratt in the 18th century when food and ointments were preserved using the pots. The lids are works of art in themselves. This is an early 20th century version, but still collectible as well as useful for desk or vanity to hold anything you choose.   
$38.00


Mugs For Tea and Coffee:
Dunoon Country Life Mug Cotswold Stone Village Partis

This is a new mug by Dunoon China, Staffordshire England in a set called Cottage Life designed by Richard Partis, all sold separately. The bone china mug is in the Devon shape and measures 4.15 inches by 3 inches in diameter. This design was actually discontinued several years ago, but I pestered Dunoon into ransacking the archives and finding me some overlooked patterns. This mug is a Cotswold stone village with children, geese, a woman rocking a cradle and generally nostalgic scenes from the close of the victorian era by a well loved artist. The mug is new therefore perfect with original sticker.   
$36.00



Bell China: China and Dinnerware
Bell China Enameled Teacup

Bell China enameled teacup. c: 1933-1966. Abstract tree pattern. The colored round areas are enameled. No chips or cracks. It has one stray dot on it that is off to the side, see photo #7. Not sure what that is but it does not come off. Brown backstamp: Fine Bone China, Bell China, Made in England. The company that made it is Shore & Coggins, Staffordshire Potteries, Longton, England. c: 1911-1966. The saucer is 5.5 long; the cup is 3.25 wide x almost 3 tall. This is a very striking cup and saucer; perfect to display or use! 7/15   
$35.00


Pie Birds, Pie Vents, Pie Funnels:
Pie Vent English Stoneware Pie Funnel Antique

This antique white English stoneware pie vent, pie bird or pie funnel was made in the Edwardian period and dates to 1900-1920. The pie vent was made in Staffordshire, England where I got it in the Potteries district recently. The pie vent measures 2.5 inches high by 2 inches in diameter and is in very good +++ condition. There is some light staining inside as it was obviously used and no chips or cracks and the steam hole is a bit primitive. A fun piece with great patina. And practical! Pie birds were developed in the 1500s to release steam from a baking pie so the filling didn't boil over.   
$34.00


Pie Birds, Pie Vents, Pie Funnels:
Pie Vent Funnel English Like Nutbrown

This creamy white stoneware pie vent, pie bird or pie funnel was made in the 1950s and is marked Made In England but no manufacturer but is just like those manufactured at the same time by the Nutbrown company of England. The Nutbrown comapny has been making pie vents in England for 50 years or more. The pie vent was almost certainly made in Staffordshire England and I got it in the Potteries district recently. The pie vent measures 3 inches high by 2 inches in diameter and is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks. A fun piece. And practical! Pie birds were developed in the 1500s to release steam from a baking pie so the filling didn't boil over.   
$32.00


Mugs For Tea and Coffee:
Dunoon Sue Scullard Christmas Mug Snowy English Village

This is a mug by Dunoon China, Staffordshire England in a set of 4 Christmas designs by Sue Scullard, all sold separately. The bone china mug is in the Devon shape and measures 4.15 inches by 3 inches in diameter and was made in 2004 or 2005. This design was actually discontinued several years ago, but I found several at an estate auction. This mug is a design of a snowy English village scene with a tiny holly border, English robins and red bows. The mug is in excellent, mint condition with no chips or cracks.   
$30.00


Jasperware or Jasper From Wedgwood, Adams and Others:
Vase Jasperware Wedgwood England Blue Chariot Pegasus

This 5 inch tall vase was made by the famous Wedgwood of Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire England. It is of blue jasper or jasperware with white applied jasper classical figures and the date 1976. There is Cupid Asleep, Apollo and his chariot and Pegasus. A painstaking job applying the figures and fascinating to watch. It is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks BUT has had a repair done even with the floral ring around the neck where the top was broken and glued back on.I didn't see it until I was cropping the photos. A lovely decorative accent!    
$28.00


Pie Birds, Pie Vents, Pie Funnels:
English Pie Vent Pie Funnel Stoneware Vintage Gadget

This creamy white stoneware pie vent, pie bird or pie funnel was made in the 1950s and is unmarked but is just like those manufactured at the same time by the Nutbrown company of England. The Nutbrown company has been making pie vents in England for 50 years or more. The pie vent was almost certainly made in Staffordshire England and I got it in the Potteries district recently. The pie vent is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks and has the off center hole of vintage pie funnels. A fun piece. And practical! Pie birds were developed in the 1500s to release steam from a baking pie so the filling didn't boil over.   
$28.00


Egg Cups, Egg Coddlers, Egg Separators--Kitchen Collectibles:
Egg Cup Emma Bridgewater Black Toast and Marmalade

This is a new eggcup from Emma Bridgewater, England in the black Toast and Marmalade line. The eggcup says Boiled Egg. It is so cute and is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks but do have a seconds mark. The perfect thing to have with your toast soldiers! Emma Bridgewater is a super English potter doing great contemporary designs with timeless British charm! Emma Bridgewater designs have been featured in Victoria, Country Living, Country Home, Town and Country and many other publications. I bought this at her pottery factory in Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire England and it is in excellent, mint condition.    
$28.00


Prince Charles and Lady Diana, Princess Diana, Prince William And Harry:
Eggcup Royal Wedding Charles And Diana Egg Cup

This is a cute souvenir eggcup or egg cup made to commemorate the Royal Wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer in 1981. The ceramic egg cup is 1.75 inches high by 2 inches in diameter and the eggcup is in very good +++ condition with no chips, cracks or wear. There are a few minor pattern flaws done during manufacturing that you can see if you look closely, but this is such a great item of royal memorabilia. The design is a color photo Charles and Diana surrounded by a red heart shaped ribbon with animals and symbols form the coat of arms. The back features the Prince Of Wales plumes. A wonderful piece and so collectible!   
$28.00


Prince Charles and Lady Diana, Princess Diana, Prince William And Harry:
Bell Royal Wedding Prince Charles and Princess Diana Di

This ceramic bell was manufactured in England to commemorate the marriage of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer, Princess Diana of England in 1981. It has no maker's mark. The color portraits are with the gold rings and pastel surrounding symbols and flowers were a popular choice for souvenirs of the royal wedding. The bell has a ceramic ball clapper on a wire, stands 6 inches high by 3.25 in diameter and is in very good ++ condition with about 3 tiny chips on the bottom rim and some crazing throughout. A nice piece of Royal memorabilia.    
$28.00


Prince Charles and Lady Diana, Princess Diana, Prince William And Harry:
Mug Royal Wedding Charles and Diana England Lady Di

This ceramic mug was manufactured in England to commemorate the Royal marriage of Prince Charles and Princess Diana of England in 1981. It was made by Kiln Craft, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England and measures 3.75 inches high by 3.25 in diameter. The black and white portraits are very good, especially the laughing young Diana and were a popular choice for souvenirs of the royal wedding with the Welsh dragons and plumes of the Prince of Wales. The mug is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or restorations.    
$28.00


England - Miscellaneous Manufacturers - - China Pottery and Porcelain:
Bone China Wall Plaque Landscapes 3 Oval Tiles Velvet Duchess 1970s

This is a very decorative wall plaque made in Staffordshire, England by Countess China in 1971. It is a wood base with a greenish brown velvet covering and 3 ceramic rural landscape oval tiles attached reminiscent of the painter Turner's work. The entire plaque measures 13 inches long including the gold tassel by 3.5 inches wide and the individual oval tiles measure 1.75 inches wide by 2.25 inches high. They have scalloped and gold edges. The piece is in excellent condition and very decorative.    
$28.00


Susie Cooper:
Susie Cooper Endon Ribbed Cream Soup Two Handled Floral

This is a cream soup, consomme or bouillion 2 handled soup made by Susie Cooper, Crown Works Staffordshire England 1932-1964. The pattern is called Endon, number 1417, in swirl molded porcelain. The cup is 2 inches high by 4.75 in diameter. The floral design is lovely and pure Susie Cooper who was a master at mid century modern designs. We have 3 of these, 2 with the deer mark and 1 with the signature mark. Both marks are from the Crown Works during the same period and were routinely interchanged even among the pieces of a set. The soup cup is in very good +++ condition with no chips or cracks and only a few minor utensil marks. Lovely!   
$28.00


Mugs For Tea and Coffee:
Dunoon Sue Scullard Mug Christmas Tree Windows Toys

This is a mug by Dunoon China, Scotland in a Christmas design by Sue Scullard in stoneware the year before the design was again produced and attributed to Sue Scullard in bone china after the opening of the Staffordshire bone china facility. The bone china mug is in the Devon shape and measures 4.15 inches by 3 inches in diameter. This design was actually discontinued several years ago, but I found several at an estate auction. This mug is a design shop windows filled with a Christmas tree, holiday goodies and toys with a cat and snow with a welcoming red door with wreath. The mug is in excellent, mint condition with no chips or cracks.   
$26.00


Ironstone:
Antique Pie Vent English White Ironstone Nutbrown

This antique ironstone pie vent, pie bird or pie funnel was made in the 1930-1940s and is marked by the maker Nutbrown. The Nutbrown company has been making pie vents and other traditional British kitchenware in England for 50 years or more. The pie vent was made in Staffordshire England and I got it in the Potteries district recently. The pie vent is in very good ++ condition with no chips or cracks and minor crazing. A fun piece. And practical! Pie birds were developed in the 1500s to release steam from a baking pie so the filling didn't boil over.   
$24.00


Masons:
Plate Mason's Oak Polychrome Transfer Embossed Border

This is an antique bread and butter or side plate made in polychrome transferware with an embossed border in the Oak pattern by Mason's, England between 1900 and 1920. The plate measures 6 inches in diameter and features the scene used on the Vista design with the addition of the molded oak leaf and acorn border on a cream colored ironstone which is more pale yellow than the photos can capture. The plate has purple, green, yellow and brown transfer decoration and is in very good +++ condition with no chips or cracks, and only a few light utensil marks. A great pattern in the Romantic Staffordshire or Romantic Transferware genre.   
$18.00


Books - Nonfiction - Collecting: Glass
Antique Glass and China Guide Begining Collector

Title: -Antique Glass and China Sub Title: --A Guide for the Begining CollectorItem Specifics: Used BookAuthor/Editor: - Geoffrey A GoddenPublisher: --Castle BooksPublication Year: --1966ISBN/Library of Congress:--66--25037Language: EnglishFormat: Hard Cover.10 5/8 x 10 3/4 approx-Condition: Book is in good condition NO DJSubject: --Chapters on Collecting marks,Staffordshire,LithopanesDoulton stoneware Victorian glass Fairy Lights etc Original Price: --Age Level: AdultBuyer pays $3.25 Media Mail S/H.Quoted S/H is for Domestic US only, we will requote Foreign S/H. (PA residents add 6% sales tax.) Money Orders ensure next business day shipment. We do accept electronic payments thru Paypal only. Payment receipt required within ten (10) days.   
$5.95


BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/PLATTERS:
KEELING VIEWS IN MESOPOTAMIA PLATTER 1820

Made by Thomas Keeling in Staffordshire around 1820, this huge 20" by 17" platter is beautifully printed in a pattern entitled "Views in Mesopotamia". Each size in the series has a different central view. The center is fairly small which leaves room for an inner border of large flowers. There is also an outer border of birds and flowers as well as a molded edge which contains shells. This is an amazing platter! There is a tiny nick in the molding at about 12 o'clock as well as a knife mark in the center which is mainly hidden by the pattern. Take a look at all of the photos for the details.   
$1650.00


BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/PLATTERS:
RIDGWAY BLUE TRANSFERWARE PLATTER BIRDS

This lovely pearlware 16-1/2" by 13-1/2" platter is printed in medium and light blue with a pattern entitled Etruscan Shield. I'm not sure what the shield is all about, but things Etruscan were all the rage in the 1830s. The birds are in a shield-like cartouche interspersed with roses against a milles fleurs background. The border has feather-like flourishes and more flowers. This is a gorgeous pattern! The edges of the platter are gently scalloped. Take a look at all of the photos for the details. Condition of the platter is excellent. The platter was made in Staffordshire around 1835.   
$950.00


PURPLE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE:
PURPLE TRANSFER BASKET AND UNDERTRAY NAPIER

It is unusual to find a basket and undertray in a color other than blue. The color of this basket and undertray is a rich, almost royal, purple. The basket is 12 inches from handle to handle and 8.75 inches wide. The undertray is 10.75 inches by 8.75 inches. There are two hairlines in the rim of the basket and one tiny hairline in the rim of the undertray. There is a small amount of restoration around the hairlines. The hairlines and restoration are barely visible. Appearance is excellent. The pattern name is "Napier". Napier was a British general. The basket and undertray were made by John and George Alcock in Staffordshire between 1839-1846.    
$850.00


CHINOISERIE:
CHINOISERIE DAVENPORT BLUE TRANFER PLATTER

This lovely blue transferware pearlware 16-1/2" by 13" platter was made by Davenport in Staffordshire around 1820. It is printed in soft blue with an unknown to me Chinoiserie scene. Other than a 2" tight hairline at 7 o'clock, that is mostly visible on the back, and a chip in the foliage under the flower at 12 o'clock, condition is excellent. It is difficult to see either flae. Take a look at all of the photos for the details. The back has an impressed Davenport mark.Thanks to Dora Landey and Loren Zeller, I now know that the pattern name is "View of the Imperial Park at Gehol". This is an actual view rather than an imaginary one.   
$850.00


BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/PLATTERS:
BLUE TRANSFERWARE SHEET PATTERN PLATTER 1820

A 20-1/2" by 16" pearlware platter is a sheet pattern comprising sylized flowers, leaves and curlicues against a dotted background. What a wonderful design! There is a small repair to the pattern at about 6 o'clock. Appearance is excellent. I have the same pattern in a soup bowl in this catalog which is clobbered. I didn't realize this was the same pattern for quite awhile as it looks so different with the added colors. The platter was probably made in Staffordshire around 1820. Take a look at all of the photos for the details.    
$795.00


LUSTREWARE:
SUNDERLAND PINK LUSTRE JUG C 1840

This large pink luster jug is 8" to the top of the spout and 9" from the spout to the handle. It is printed on one side with a view of the Iron Bridge in Sunderland, the "Sailor's Farewell" on the other side and another sailor's poem under the spout. The jug is printed in black and painted over the glaze in pink lustre, green, and burnt orange. There has been restoration to the collar and the spout. The restoration which is excellent was done before I owned the jug. Appearance of the jug is wonderful. Take a look at all of the photos for the details. It is difficult to take good photos of shiny lustre so there is a lot of flash interference. The jug was probably made in Staffordshire around 1840-1850    
$675.00


BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/VARIOUS & UNUSUAL SHAPES:
BLUE TRANSFERWARE TOAST RACK PEACE 1835

The pattern name for this charming toast Rack is "Peace". It is printed in light and medium blue with a child astride a lion. There is a lamb resting at the lion's side. The toast rack is 8" by 4-1/4" by 4-3/4" high. The open work of the separations is beautifully done. Two sides meet in the middle with a curled end. The shape and effect is like a Gothic arch. Take a look at all of the photos for the details. Other than a repair to a clean break on one of the arches, condition is excellent. The toast rack was probably made in Staffordshire around 1835-1840.    
$675.00


BLACK AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE:
BLACK TRANSFER JUG WITH CHILDREN'S PATTERNS

Jug, 8.5 inches high by 8 inches from the handle to the spout. This unusual jug has a huge lion resting near a farmer leaning against a hay fork. Other than the lion being a symbol of Britain, the symbolism escapes me. The jug is printed with many children's patterns. Two are printed under the spout, two are inside the jug, one is under the handle and one is on the bottom! There is a two inch tight hairline at the rim on one side of the jug. The rest of the jug is in excellent shape. Take a look at all of the photos to see the many patterns. The jug was probably made in Staffordshire around 1840-1860. If you are looking for an unusual piece of transferware, this is the one for you!   
$675.00


PURPLE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE:
PURPLE TRANSFER NAPOLEON MUG 1842

Found on a 3.25 high by 3.5 inch wide mug, this interesting pattern was made for the revival of interest in Napoleon in 1842. The bottom of the mug has the date painted under the glaze 1.8.42. The Napoleon or "Bony" is a different print on each side. The front of the mug says "Forget Me Not" in a floral cartouche, under which are the initials "D" and "B". The handle is printed with the words "Prosper" and "Freedom". There are two fine hairlines from the rim into the "Forget Me Not". Appearance is excellent. If you like rare historical items, this is the one for you! The mug was probably made in Staffordshire in the 1840s.   
$650.00


LUSTREWARE:
PINK LUSTRE JUG WITH HORSE 1830

This lovely 4-1/2" jug is printed in purple and decorated with pink lustre. The pattern is unusual, as it pays tribute to "The English Bred Horse, "The Farmers (sic) Friend". The other side of the jug contains a verse that makes it clear that everything depends on the "spade and the plough" (and the horse). This is a charming jug. If you like horses and farming items, this is the jug for you! Other than a tiny nick on the spout, condition is excellent. Take a look at all of the photos for the details. The jug was probably made in Staffordshire around 1830-1840.   
$650.00


BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/VARIOUS & UNUSUAL SHAPES:
BLUE TRANSFER PEARLWARE FEEDER BOTTLE 1830

A 6-1/4" by 3-1/4" pearlware feeder bottle printed in a soft blue floral pattern with dark blue swag details. This unusual piece would have been used for invalids or perhaps babies in the early nineteenth century. Condition is excellent except for a hairline which is visible on the inside and barely on the outside. There are also several tiny nicks near the spout and on the rim where liquid would be placed. Overall appearance is wonderful. The feeder was probably made in Staffordshire around 1830. Look at the last photo for a better view of the pattern.   
$650.00


LUSTREWARE:
SILVER LUSTRE TEAPOT C 1820

This lovely silver lustre pearlware teapot has wonderful detail. It is finely molded with an arcaded rim and arches on the body. Dipped in silver lustre which is actually platinum which doesn't tarnish, the pattern is covered in wax. This process is known as resist as the wax and thus the pattern resist the lustre. The spout has a few small chips and the finial has been reglued. Other than very minor wear to the lustre, condition and appearance are excellent. If you collect lustre, this is the piece for you! The teapot was probably made in Staffordshire around 1820-1825. What looks like black in some of the photos is actually silver!   
$575.00


LUSTREWARE:
VICTORIA AND ALBERT COMMEMORATIVE JUG 1840

An 7" pearlware jug printed in purple with the young Victoria and Albert. The couple are in a reserve surrounded by blue which is decorated with copper lustre. The rim, handle and beautifully molded spout are decorated with pink lustre. The handle is a confection of swirls and spurs. The jug has restoration to the rim but it is so well done I can't remember where it is! There is wear to the pink lustre on the rim and spout. Appearance is excellent. The piece was probably made in Staffordshire around 1840 probably to commemorate the marriage of Victoria and Albert.    
$575.00


BLACK AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE:
ZOOLOGICAL SKETCHES TRANSFER PLATTER ELK

Made by J. Meigh & Son in Staffordshire (1812-1832), this 13" BY 10" platter is printed in black with elks. There is a man in the background who is sitting in a boat-like sled, which is being pulled by an elk. There are more elk on a hill in the distance. If you like elk, this is the platter for you! It is part of a dinner service that depicts different animals on each size and shape. The birds in the border appear to be different on each size also. I have 33 pieces in this service. The condition of this plate is excellent. Take a look at the photos for the details. I have three platters in this pattern.   
$550.00


BROWN AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE:
LOVE CHASE BROWN TRANSFERWARE JUG 1820

This 7" pearlware jug is printed in cafe au lait brown with the charming print known as "The Love Chase". The wrap around transfer tells the story of Atalanta and the golden apples. Cupid, Venus, golden apples. What a wonderful story! However, I doubt I'd want one of my sons to marry Atalanta! There is a repair to the spout. A chunk has been out and glued back in. Other than that, condition is excellent. Take a look at all of the photos for the details. The jug was probably made in Staffordshire around 1820.   
$475.00


BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/PLATES:
WOOD YOUNG PHILOSOPHER BLUE TRANSFER PLATE

Enoch Wood & Sons made an interesting series of plates unified by the same border, but with very different central scenes. This 10" pearlware plate is known as the Young Philosopher. The other 10" plate is known as Cupid Behind Bars. There is also a soup bowl with a woman behind bars. There are smaller plates, but I have never seen a platter in this series. I do know there is a tea service. You can see the Cupid Behind Bars plate in this catalog. I also have another Young Philosopher plate in this catalog, but it has the molded white border. Condition of this plate is excellent. Take a look at all of the photos for the details. It was made in Staffordshire around 1825.   
$475.00


CERAMICS/ENGLISH POTTERY:
CHELSEA PURPLE SPRIGGED JUG WITH DATE 1828

The style of this 7" porcelain jug is known as Chelsea. It is decorated with lilac-purple flowers and leaves, as well as beads around the base. The handle and spout are outlined in black. The name, "Lenis, Taylor" and the date, "1828" are also painted in black. There is an extraordinary flourish under the date. It is possible that the jug was given as a wedding present. Other than a line in the base, that cannot be seen when the jug is standing, condition is excellent. Take a look at the photos for the details.    
$475.00


VICTORIAN CHINTZ JUGS:
VIC CHINTZ BLACK TRANSFER/LION HEAD SPOUT JUG

This jug has everything! It is 7" to the top of the handle, 7" from the handle to the spout and 3-1/2" in diameter. The jug is transfer printed in black with flowers, leaves and what look like either shell or butterflies! The pattern is brightly clobbered with blue, pink, yellow and green enamels. The best part is the spout which is a molded lion head that the painter decided to paint in real lion colors. His mane and face are a mustard yellow with black highlights and his eyes and nose are also black. This is most charming--to me. The jug was probably made in Staffordshire around 1840-1850. Condition is excellent. Take a look at all of the photos for the details.    
$475.00


TRANSFERWARE FOR CHILDREN:
CHILD'S PLATE THE PARTRIDGE C 1830

A wonderful pearlware 6-1/2" child's plate entitled "The Partridge" probably made in Staffordshire around 1830. This is one of the most brightly colored and charming children's plates in my inventory. Even though it is called "The Partridge", there are three partridges! The border has different songbirds and deer. The plate is transfer printed in red with hand colored enamels in yellow, green, brown and blue. There is an "X" shaped line on the back the doesn't go through to the front. Other than that, this plate is in excellent condition. Take a look at all of the photos to see the details.   
$450.00


BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/TUREENS & BOWLS:
PEARLWARE BLUE TRANSFER VEG TUREEN VIGNETTE

This vegetable tureen, which is part of the "Vignette" service I am listing, is 12-1/2" by 9" and 8" high to the top of the flower shaped finial on the lid. It has four different pattern, one on the bottom of the base, two on the sides of the base and one on the lid. All are lovely prints of rural scenes. I have two of these tureens. Other than two minor chips under the handle on the base, condition is excellent with no other chips, cracks or restoration. The tureen was made in Staffordshire by John Bagster around 1820. Take a look at all of the photos for the details.   
$450.00


BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/TUREENS & BOWLS:
PEARLWARE BLUE TRANSFER VEG TUREEN VIGNETTE

This vegetable tureen, which is part of the "Vignette" service I am listing, is 12-1/2" by 9" and 8" high to the top of the flower-shaped finial on the lid. It has four different pattern, one on the bottom of the base, two on the sides of the base and one on the lid. All are lovely prints of rural scenes. I have two of these tureens. There is a minor chip under the handle on the base as well as some wear to the finial. Condition for its age is excellent with no other chips, cracks or restoration. Take a look at all of the photos for the details. The tureen was made in Staffordshire by John Bagster around 1820.    
$450.00


BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/TEAPOTS & COFFEE POTS:
STAFFORDSHIRE TEAPOT FRUIT AND FLOWERS 1825

A gorgeous print of lush flowers and fruit in a basket adorn this circa 1830 pearlware teapot. The teapot is being sold as is so look at the pictures carefully. The lid has been in a few pieces and is glued back together. The pot has some damage but displays well on one side. You actually would not know it is damaged as the lid sits low in the pot and one side of the teapot looks mint. This is an opportunity to own a wonderful early dark blue teapot for a reasonable amount!   
$450.00


IRONSTONE:
MASON'S IRONSTONE SMALL PLATTER 1830

A 9" by 6-1/4" platter printed in blue and painted over the glaze with orange, yellow, pink and brown enamel. The platter was made in Staffordshire around 1830-1840 by the Mason's Factory. Other than a flaw in the glaze near the small bird, condition is excellent. The colors are bright with little to no wear and th print is clear and crisp. The back is combed and has a buff ground on which is printed the Patent Ironstone China mark in black. Take a look at all of the photos for the details.   
$375.00

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