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1211 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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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


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


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


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


GREEN AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE:
GREEN TRANSFERWARE CASHMERE PLATTER 1835

This 16" by 13" teal green platter was made by John Wedge Wood in Staffordshire around 1835-40. The pattern name is "Cashmere". John's father, whose last name was Wood, hoping to cash in on the famous Wedgwood name, named his son John Wedge! The platter has a wonderful fabric-like border of alternating patterns that surround the bird in the center. There is a small repair at 12 o'clock. It is excellently done. There is also a bit of wear to the high points on the inner rim and three prominent stilt marks. Appearance is excellent. Take a look at all of the photos for the details.    
$375.00


BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/PLATTERS:
PEARLWARE 11-1/2" PLATTER VIGNETTE PATTE

This lovely 11-1/2" by 8-1/2" platter is part of the "Vignette" series. The central pattern has a lovely country scene of men in a hay cart. All of the patterns in this series contain rural scenes of early 19th century England. Except for an in the making nick at the bottom of the platter, condition is excellent. The series was made in Staffordshire by John Bagster around 1820. Take a look at all of the photos for the details.   
$375.00


CERAMICS/ENGLISH POTTERY:
PEARLWARE SPONGED CRADLE WITH BABY 1820

This charming 3-1/2" by 1-1/4" by 1/1/2" pearlware cradle was made as a baby gift in the early 1800's. The cradle is sponged in dark pink and blue and the baby's gown has dark pink decoration. The coverlet that surrounds the baby is dark green. These little cradles were probably made as baby gifts. They certainly make wonderful baby gifts today. I gave one to my daughter-in-law when she bacame pregnant. As she had triplets, I should have given her three! Other than a good repair to the hood of the cradle, condition is excellent.    
$375.00


VICTORIAN CHINTZ JUGS:
VICTORIAN CHINTZ PINK AND GREEN SHAMROCK JUG

Made in Staffordshire around 1840, this 7-1/2" (to the top of the handle) jug is printed in pink, and painted in darker pink flowers and hunter green shamrocks. The hunter green also outlines the rim, footrim and handle. For accuracy, there is a "Y" shaped line near the waist of the jug, that does not go through to the inside. It is very difficult to see. There is also a bit of wear to the green on the inside tip of the handle. The jug is in excellent condition, nearly perfect! I have lots of Victorian Chintz jugs, but have never seen this pattern before. Take a look at all of the photos for the details.   
$350.00


KNIFE RESTS:
PEARLWARE MEIR KNIFE REST HEART ENDS 1830

A delightful and rare dark blue pearlware 3-3/4" knife rest with heart shaped ends made by John Meir (1812-1836) in Staffordshire around 1830. The pattern is one of overall small circles on a molded form that has a heart on each end. The bottom of the knife rest has the impressed mark--Meir. There are two small nicks on the edge of the rest and a chip on the bottom which is not visible unless you turn it over. Appearance is excellent. I have two of these rests. If you collect knife rests, unusual pearlware or blue and white items, this is the one for you!    
$350.00


BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/PLATES:
PINEAPPLE BORDER BLUE TRANSFERWARE PLATE 1825

Known as the Pineapple Border Series, this 9-1/2" pearlware plate is beautifully printed in a soft, medium blue with a bucolic scene with cows. The plate is entitled "Kirkham Priory, Yorkshire" with a printed mark on the back. Condition is excellent with no chips, cracks or restoration. I have six of these plates. If you want the whole set, I can offer a better price. Take a look at all of the photos for the details. The plate was probably made in Staffordshire around 1825. By the way, see if you can locate the pineapple!   
$350.00


LUSTREWARE:
CHINOISERIE PINK LUSTRE JUG C 1830

This large 8" pearlware jug is unusual as it has a chinoiserie pattern printed in black and painted over in blue, green, orange and pink lustre. There is also a wonderful stylized flower painted in pink lustre under the spout. The pattern is the same on both sides. There is a large crack that meanders under the spout from one side to the other that has been stabilized. There are also cracks on the bottom that do not go through to the inside. This sounds terrible but appearance is excellent. The jug was made in Staffordshire somewhere between 1820 and 1830.   
$300.00


GREEN AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE:
SPODE BOTANICAL GREEN TRANSFERWARE DISH 1835

The dark green beautifully printed 10-1/2" by 8" dish was made by Copeland & Garrett, Late Spode in Staffordshire around 1835. The parttern is not common. I have only seen two pieces in this series and they are both in this catalog. This pearlware dish is entitled "Nasturtian" which is printed on the back. The many lobed form is very pleasing. There are two tiny nicks under the rim which are not visible from the front. Appearance is excellent. I'd love to see more pieces in this series. If you like botanicals, this is the one for you! Take a look at all of the photos for the details.   
$300.00


BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/TUREENS & BOWLS:
BLUE TRANSFER SAUCE TUREEN BRITISH FLOWERS

This pearlware sauce tureen is 6-1/2" high to the top of the finial. It is printed in medium and dark blue with a lovely pattern entitled "British Flowers". The roses and leaves that form the finial and handles are highlighted in gold. The undertray is attached to the base of the tureen. Although appearance is excellent, there is some damage. The finial has been reattached, there is a 1/1/2" tight hairline on one side, there is a chip to one handle on the base, and one handle on the undertray has been damaged and glued together. Take a look at the photos for the details. The tureen was probably made in Staffordshire around 1825.   
$275.00


BLACK AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE:
JACKSON'S CLYDE SCENERY SOUP BOWL 1835

This 10-1/4" black transferware soup bowl soup bowl is printed in the popular pattern, Clyde Scenery. It was made in Staffordshire byt John & Job Jackson around 1835. The Clyde is a river in the Glasgow area and thus the series depicts scenes from 19th century Scotland. The center pattern is different in each size and shape in this series. There are other items from this series in my catalog so do a search if you are interested. For example, there is a large brown transferware platter. Condition of the soup bowl is excellent with no chips, cracks or restoration. Take a look at all of the photos for the details.   
$275.00


VICTORIAN CHINTZ JUGS:
VICTORIAN CHINTZ PURPLE JUG C 1840

This Victorian chintz jug is 5-1/2" to the top of the handle. It is printed in purple with birds and urns that are clobbered in blue, green, yellow and pink enamel. The jug is also molded with flowers under the rim and arches around the waist. The handle is molded, printed and clobbered. The print inside the jug includes faces and people! Other than a tiny bit of staining at the spout, condition is excellent. Take a look at the photos for the details. The jug was probably made in Staffordshire around 1835-1840.    
$250.00


BLACK AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE:
ZOOLOGICAL SKETCHES BLACK TRANSFER SKUNK PL

Made by J. Meigh & Son in Staffordshire (1812-1832), this 6-1/4" plate is printed in black with a skunk! What an odd animal for a plate! But, he is a very handsome skunk. This plate 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 five skunk plates for sale, although two have some damage. They are priced accordingly.    
$250.00


HISTORICAL STAFFORDSHIRE:
ROBERT FULTON AND CADMUS CUP/SAUCER 1820

Saucer 5.5 inches and Tea Cup, 2.25 inches high by 3 inches in diameter. The pattern shows what is known as the Cadmus sailboat and the Robert Fulton steamboat. It depicts in black transfer the ship Cadmus which brought La Fayette to America in 1824, where he was celebrated as a hero of the American Revolution. Robert Fulton invented the first functional steam powered boat. The seemingly disparate ships are both used as symbols of the young United States, along with the American eagle which stands on a starry bough. The saucer shows both ships together. The cup has one view on each side. The transfer, printed on porcelain, is surrounded by pink lustre trim. Other than staining to the handle of the cup, condition is excellent. Please look at all of the photos for the details.    
$225.00


F. TRANSFERWARE, Blue:
Huge Blue Transferware Soup Tureen, RHONE SCENERY, C. 1843-55

The large gothic blue transferware soup tureen presented measures 12 1/2 wide across the handles by 12 inches tall. The pattern is Rhone Scenery a design that features a building with a striking roof line. The base is octagonal, and the domed lid has an elaborate finial. This tureen makes a wonderful centerpiece for a dining room table. Please note that the final picture shows it with a ladle and an undertray, each offered separately. The tray is not a pattern match, but they are very close and fit beautfifully. I purchased them together.The tureen is in great shape, free of chips, cracks, and restoration.   
$225.00


F. TRANSFERWARE, Blue:
C. Meigh Antique Blue Transferware Platter, Tivoli, c. 1835

The beautiful blue transferware platter presented is an antique dating to the 1835 to 1849 period. These are the dates that the pottery producing this platter, Charles Meigh operated. It measures 15 3/4 by 12 inches. It is in great condition, free of chips and cracks. The surface of this antique is in remarkable condition, absolutely free of utensil scratching. Back in its day, people bought huge china services of transferware for table use - 16 plates in multiple sizes, various bowl and cups, etc., and a series of many platters from very little for serving bacon to huge for roasted meat service. These platters were the workhorses of food service so wear and scratching is to be expected. Not with this one.   
$200.00


TRANSFERWARE FOR CHILDREN:
DR SYNTAX SELLS GRIZZLE CHILD'S PLATE 1830

The worst things about this plate are the photos! This 7" pearlware plate is printed in a reddish brown with the scene of Dr. Syntax selling his horse. The country scene includes the comic Dr. Syntax, his horse, two dogs and some businessmen. The raised border has seven different animals: a squirrel, a turkey, a ram, a swan, a goat a deer and a rooster. The are beautifully molded. Other than a stabilized hairline at seven o'clock, condition is excellent. The plate was probably made in Staffordshire around 1830. I have a small collection of Dr. Syntax items in this catalog as he is such a charming character!   
$195.00


BROWN AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE:
BROWN TRANSFERWARE SAMUEL PLATE 1835

Found on a 9 inch plate, this pattern is part of a series named "The Sun of Righteousness". There are only two patterns known in this series. "Speak. Lord; For Thy Servant Heareth." is from Samuel. The other pattern is pattern is entitled "St. John". The plate has a chip on the back, which does not show on the front, and a hairline (1.5") that does go through to the front. The hairline is hidden in the busy border. Appearance is excellent. The pattern is usually seen in purple, red or black. It is fairly uncommon in brown. The plate was probably made in Staffordshire around 1835.   
$175.00


IRONSTONE:
MASONS IRONSTONE TEAPOT CIRCA 1840

This Masons ironstone teapot was made in Staffordshire around 1840. It is printed in blue and colored in orange, green and gold. I particularly like the way the handle has gold fish scales along its blue length. The pot stands 6-1/2" to the top of the finial and nearly 10" from the handle to the spout. The pot appears in excellent condition but there may be a repair to the tip of the spout. The pattern number on the bottom is "9873" and there is also a "B" and an "F".The Masons mark is printed in black.    
$155.00


LUSTREWARE:
PEARLWARE CUPID BAT PRINT WITH LUSTRE RIM

Jug, 4 inches. The pattern has a charming cupid print on one side and a verse on the other. Cupid is ready to stab a beehive with an arrow. There must be some symbolism here! The verse is a drinking rhyme, but not much drink would fit in this jug! The dark orange print is over the glaze. The jug is being sold as found. The spout has been glued back on and there is wear (heavy) to the rim. There are also small chips to both the rim and the base. Appearance, however, is quite good. The pattern is rare and delightful. The jug was probably made around 1820-1830 in Staffordshire. Take a look at all of the photos for the details. The jug would make a wonderful Valentine's gift.   
$145.00


BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/CUPS & SAUCERS:
RIDGWAY GIRL WITH CALF CUP & SAUCER 1825

Saucer, 6.25 inches and cup, 3.75 inches in diameter. This is a large cup and saucer. The pattern features a charming scene of a young girl petting a calf, although the animal could be a deer or sheep! It was made in Staffordshire by John & William Ridgway (1813-1830). The saucer in impressed "Ridgway" on the bottom. Both the cup and the saucer are in excellent antique condition. There is a minor chip on footrim (bottom) of the saucer and a minor chip on the footrim (bottom) of the cup. The chips cannot be seen when the cup and saucer are on the table. Take a look at all of the photos to see the details.   
$145.00


AAA. WHITE IRONSTONE: Plates: Plates
Four White Ironstone Lustre Band Plates

Grace your table with four matching early white ironstone plates with a generous luster band. They are ten-sided,heavy, paneled plates that date to the 1840 - 1850 period. The potter is Livesley, Powell and Co., early Staffordshire potters known for their quality white ironstone. Each bears their impressed backstamp. They measure 8 1/2" in diameter and are in excellent condition with some crazing but no chips, cracks, hairlines, stains, or repairs. There is a bit of greening to two of the bands, typical of the ageing process on these early plates and not considered damage.   
$100.00


G. TRANSFERWARE, Black: plates
Carey Black Transferware Plate, "Asiatic Scenery," c. 1823-42

The early plate presented measures 9 inches wide. This pattern is entitled "Asiatic Scenery," a name used by several potteries for different scenes. This was made in the Thomas and John Carey pottery which operated from 1823 through 1842. The plate is quite lovely with an irregular scallop to the rim which is both dimensionally beaded and bordered in white. There features enhance the effect of the skillfully designed and transferred pattern. The back bears the pottery name, pattern name, and imprinted Carey anchor.It is in excellent condition, free of chips and cracks with the exception of a little nibble to the foot ring on the underside as pictured.   
$100.00


BB. WHITE IRONSTONE: Pitchers:
Livesley & Powell Gothic White Ironstone Pitcher with Lustre Band, c. 1840

The gothic white ironstone pitcher presented measures 10 inches tall. Copper lustre banding decorates the rim, base, and handle.One would call this size a dresser pitcher - a bit smaller than the ewer paired with a basin but larger than the pitchers used for tea service. This size was used for drinking water.The shape is one of the earliest of ironstone shapes - octagonal with clean, classic lines. It dates to the 1840 decade and bears the Livesley & Powell imprinted stamp.There are no chips or cracks. A few glaze rubs can be fond on the high points with close inspection.   
$100.00


L. TRANSFERWARE, Red and Pink:
Early Pink Transferware Plate, Hannibal Passing the Alps, c. 1826 - 46

Love this pattern: Carthaginians vs. Romans in an exotic Alpine setting with, of all things, elephants. Alps and Elephants - two items seldom seen together. This 8" plate was made in the Knight, Elkin and Co. pottery. The backstamp dates it to the 1826 - 1846 period.The pattern is Hannibal Passing the Alps. The central scene depicts a saddled elephant with a warrior stretching a bow. Two soldiers on horseback clash in the foreground. On the surround are other scenes, alternating a feature of an elephant with rider and a horse, also with rider. The plate is irregularly scalloped with floral elements separating the scenes on the surround. It is in wonderful condition - no chips or cracks, no stains and a very shiny glaze.   
$95.00


FF. TRANSFERWARE, Historical: Plates
Adams Historical Red Transferware Plate, View Near Conway New Hampshire, US

This historical red transferware plate, 9 inches in diameter, depicts a rural cabin view. It is entitled View Near Conway, New Hampshire, U. S. The pottery is William Adams and Sons. The family operated Greenfield Works at Tunstall from 1834 - 53, the years of production for the American Views Series.Condition is excellent - no chips, cracks, hairlines, stains, or restorations. The scene shows a log cabin in a mountainous setting. A young couple stands in the foreground. This scene was based on a painting by Thomas Cole.The surround has a white border with dimensional beading on an irregularly scalloped rim. The backstamp includes the American eagle cartouch and the impressed Adams mark.   
$95.00


RED AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE:
R. HALL PARISIAN CHATEAU RED TRANFER PLATE

This 6-3/4" plate is printed in light red with the pattern "Parisian Chateau". The central view has two prominent cows and an urn filled with flowers in front of a romanticized chateau. The lovely border is filled with flowers and geometric shapes. The central view varies with each size and shape. Take a look at this pattern in purple in an 8-1/2" plate in this catalog. Condition is excellent, with no chips, cracks or repairs. The plate was made in Staffordshire by Ralph Hall around 1835.   
$95.00


B. WHITE IRONSTONE: Bowls and Serving Dishes: Vegetable Servers
James Edwards Staffordshire White Ironstone Vegetable Tureen, ST. LOUIS SHAPE, c. 1853

The vegetable server or tureen presented was made in the pottery of James Edwards. The pottery registered the shape, St. Louis, in 1853. The design consists of looping ovals and heart of peanut shapes. It has a squash finial with foliates beneath and scroll handles, also with foliates beneath. The tureen is 12 inches long by 6 inches tall.Condition is good to excellent. The only flaws are two little dings to the scrolled handles. A picture has been included.   
$75.00


D. WHITE IRONSTONE, Sauce Tureens & Sauce Boats:
American White Ironstone Sauce Tureen, c1879

The sauce tureen presented was made in the American pottery of Burgess and Campbell, c1870. The Burgess name is well known in Staffordshire pottery. It was sometimes true that American potters came from British pottery families. I suspect that is the case here.The tureen measures 9 inches long by 5 1/2 inches tall. The scroll handles on lid and base match. Also of note are the foliates at the sides of the handles.It's in great condition, free of flaws. The underside has the backstamp of the Burgess and Campbell pottery. The last picture shows the tureen with a ladle that is offered separately.   
$75.00


E. WHITE IRONSTONE, Spare Parts: Underplates
Davenport White Ironstone Staffordshire Soup Underplate, SCALLOPED DECAGON, c. 1850

This beautiful underplate or cracker tray was originally paired with a large oval soup tureen of the same shape. We are offering it alone. It measures 14 1/4 inches long by 10 1/2 inches wide. Condition is excellent - no chips, cracks, hairlines, stains, or restoration. Glaze is very shiny and free of marks.The shape is Scalloped Decagon, also called Cambridge Shape. This item was potted during the 1850 decade. Note the elaborate embossing on the loop handles and the irregular scallop shape on the tray. It has a prominent inner ridge to hold the base of the soup tureen. The underside bears the backstamp of the Davenport pottery and the English registry mark as well.   
$75.00


N. TRANSFERWARE, Bi - Color and Multi - Color:
Mayer Two Color Transferware Plate, Canova, Red & Green

The bi-color transferware plate presented measures 8 inches wide The pattern is Canova, a design that features classic urns in all of its scenes. It was made in the pottery of Thomas Mayer and dates to 1835.It is in excellent condition, free of chips and cracks. Two color transferware required an extra step in the hand-transfer process. Once one color was applied, a second transfer was applied with care to position it exactly in the proper place. At the time of listing, I am also adding some companion pieces in a separate offering.    
$70.00


F. TRANSFERWARE, Blue:
Davenport Blue Transferware Sauce Boat

This lovely blue transferware sauce boat or sauce tureen was made in the Davenport pottery and bears its printed name as well as its anchor imprint. The pattern, unnamed on the vessel, features three figures dancing to the music played by a fourth, a woman who is seated with a stringed instrument. It is in great shape with no chips or cracks with the exception of a little ding to the underside of the base, visible only if upended. It measures 8 inches wide by 5 inches tall. Note the graceful scallop to the top edge.   
$60.00


F. TRANSFERWARE, Blue:
Mayer Blue Transferware Pitcher, Baronial Halls, c1843-55

The 6 1/2 inch gothic octagonal pitcher presented was made in the pottery of Thomas, John, and Joseph Mayer. Their pottery operated from 1843 to 1855.The pattern is Baronial Halls. It depicts a stately mansion in a country setting. Note the angular gothic handle and panels on the side.The is a tiny chip on the spout rim that can be seen with close inspection and a hairline that follows the mold line, also on the spout. Both are hard to find and shown in the final picture.   
$55.00


D. WHITE IRONSTONE, Sauce Tureens & Sauce Boats:
James Edwards Antique White Ironstone Sauce Boat, Twin Leaves Shape, c. 1851

The same period of Staffordshire white ironstone shapes that spawned sauce tureens also yielded sauce boats. This one was made in the James Edwards Pottery. It registered this shape, Twin Leaves, in 1851.It measures 8 3/4 inches long by 4 1/2 inches tall. There is craing but no chips or cracks. This classic shape involves panels along the side, a generous border along the rim, and embossed leaves. The handle also has a pretty blossom on both sides. It is marked with the James Edwards imprint on the underside.   
$50.00


L. TRANSFERWARE, Red and Pink: Plates
c. 1845 Joseph Heath Pink Transferware Plate, MONTEREY

Here is a pretty pink transfer plate in the Monterey pattern. It was made in the pottery of Joseph Heath, 1845 - 53. The plate measures 9 1/2 inches wide and is in excellent condition, free of chips, cracks, hairlines, stains, and restorations. Glaze is entirely shiny. The pink color of this plate ranges from dark pink to very light pink. The design features four figures on the banks of a river in a mountainous area. A castle appears in the background. The surround has a linear patterning with scenic areas and scrolling. The ironstone body of the plate is both bordered and paneled. The backstamp gives the pattern and pottery names. It is also imprinted with the J. Heath mark.   
$40.50


E. WHITE IRONSTONE, Spare Parts: Underplates
J. Alcock White Ironstone Sauce Tureen Underplate Pedestal, GOTHIC SHAPE

The sauce tureen pedestal presented measures 8 1/2 inches across the raised handles. This sauce tureen underplate has an inner ridge to hold an octagonal base measuring 4 inches wide from corner to corner across two opposing angles of the base in place. It bears the imprinted mark of the John Alcock pottery who produced the Gothic Cameo Shape and dates to the 1840's and 1850's.Condition is excellent - no chips, cracks, hairlines, stains, or restorations with the exception of a little flake on the foot ring, visible only if the plate is upended. It is shown in close-up.   
$40.00



L. TRANSFERWARE, Red and Pink: Plates
Enoch Wood & Sons Pink Transferware Plate, VENETIAN SCENERY, c. 1818-46

Here is an elegant design in pink transfer with an embossed border. The pattern is entitled Venetian Scenery. Several central scenes exist in this pattern This one features a gondola near a small church with domed buildings behind. The surround is eceptionally pretty with vines, pillars, and flowers. The edge is regularly scalloped, bordered and embossed.When we found this plate, we missed its flaw until we had it before a strong light. With very careful attention, a colorless, fine 11/4" hairline can be found on the surround.It remains great for display. Of course, the price reflects the flaw.   
$25.92

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