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1411 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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RED AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE:
RED TRANFERWARE CLYDE SCENERY PLATE 1835

This 9" plate is printed in pink/red with the pattern "Clyde Scenery". This is a serial pattern, with each size having a different central view. The River Clyde runs through Glasgow, and thus, the patterns are views of Glasgow. Condition of this plate is excellent. It was made by John and Job Jackson in Staffordshire around 1835.   
$175.00


RED AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE:
RIDGWAY RED TRANSFER PERSIAN PLATE 1835

This 10-1/4" plate is printed in light red with the pattern entitled "Persian". It was made in Staffordshire around 1835 by William Ridgway. The Romantic central view is surrounded by a lace-like border. Take a look at the photos for the details. Condition is excellent, with no chips, cracks or repairs.   
$175.00


GREEN AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE:
TEAL GREEN TRANSFERWARE PLATE WITH DOG 1835

Found on a 9.25 inch plate, this charming pattern is printed in teal green with a young girl and her pet greyhound. The border with its stylized geometric shapes and flowers is quite unusual. The pattern name is "The Favorite". It was probably made in Staffordshire around 1835.   
$175.00


GREEN AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE:
Copeland/Garrett Green Botanical Plate

This 8-1/2" green and white Copeland and Garrett Late Spode octagonal plate was made in Staffordshire around 1835. It is a wonderful botanical pattern which is quite different from the vase I have in my catalogue. The condition of this piece is excellent.   
$175.00


CUP PLATES:
BRITISH SCENERY PEARLWARE TOY PLATE C 1825

This 4-1/2" pearlware plate from a child's toy dinner service is from the series known as "British Scenery". It has a very distinctive border with roses and dark leaves with white veins. The center scene is most likely a piece of a larger one with a man fly fishing in a stream. There is a small hairline at one o'clock which does not show on the front although it does go through. Appearance is excellent. The plate was probably made in Staffordshire around 1825.   
$175.00


BROWN AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE:
JACKSON'S BROWN TRANSFER ASIATIC SCENERY SOUP

Made in Staffordshire around 1835 by John and Job Jackson, this 10-1/2" soup bowl is printed in dark brown with a pattern entitled "Asiatic Scenery". Condition is excellent, with no chips, cracks or restoration. Take a look at the photos for the details. If you are looking for a gorgeous brown transferware item, this is the piece for you! The brown is a rich, dark chocolate brown, not the reddish brown of the photos.   
$175.00


GAUDY WELSH:
MINIATURE GAUDY WELSH SPILL VASE 1840-1860

This miniature Gaudy Welsh spill vase is 3-1/4" high and 2-1/2" at the top ( its widest point). The pattern is Asian which decorates both the outside and the inner lip of the vase ( a building block design). The vase is blue underglaze as well as orange, pink lustre and copper lustre. Condition is excellent. It was probably made in either Staffordshire or Wales between 1840 and 1860.   
$175.00


CERAMICS/ENGLISH POTTERY:
FEATHER EDGE PEARLWARE PLATTER 1820

Possibly made in the Leeds area, this circa 1820s pearlware platter with a lovely blue painted molded rim is know as Feather Edge. I have been told the proper name is Shell Edge but "what's in a name"! The platter is 16-3/4" by 13-1/2" . Condition is excellent with no chips, cracks or restoration. The design is so simple and elegant that it would fit in with modern as well as country decor. Take a look at all of the photos for the details.    
$175.00


TRANSFERWARE FOR CHILDREN:
STAFFORDSHIRE CHILD'S PLATE WITH DEER 1835

Child's plate, 7.75 inches. This is one of the largest plates made for children that I have seen. It is beautifully printed in purple with a charming deer. Some of the molded daisies in the border have a tiny dot of purple in the center and the molded rope at the edge is also painted purple. Other than a tiny flaw in the making in the white under the right foot of the deer, condition is excellent. If you are looking for children's items with animals, this is the one for you!   
$175.00


BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/VARIOUS & UNUSUAL SHAPES:
PEARLWARE BLUE/WHITE FLORAL PEPPER POT 1830

A lovely blue and white transferware pearlware pepper pot probably made in Staffordshire around 1830. It is 4" high and is decorated with stylized flowers and leaves in various shades of blue that range from light to dark. The foot has been extensively repaired by an enthusiastic amateur! Appearance is actually quite good. The body is molded with a rope design and the pot is topped with a button printed with a daisy. Pepper pots are not common and the salt would have been served in a dish.   
$155.00


CHINOISERIE:
MINTON CHINOISERIE BLUE TRANSFER SOUP BOWL

Made in Staffordshire around 1820 by the Minton Factory, this 9"pearlware soup bowl is printed in medium to dark blue with a lovely pattern known as Fisherman. Although the pattern resembles a Chinoiserie pattern, it is more of a transitional pattern, with its English looking people, dogs and flowers. Take a look at the photos for the details. Condition is excellent.    
$150.00


B. WHITE IRONSTONE: Bowls and Serving Dishes:
Wedgwood White Ironstone Vegetable Server #2, Fig Shape, c. 1856

We are pleased to offer this Staffordshire Fig Shape tureen. This one was made in the pottery of John Wedge Wood, often presented as Wedgwood, and dates to 1856.Fig is a beautiful shape. In addition to the great fig fruit and foliates that appear on all Fig Shape items, it has the fabulous domed lid and oversized fruit finial that sets this shape apart.It measures 12 inches wide by 7 inches tall. Condition is excellent. There are no chips or cracks.   
$150.00


B. WHITE IRONSTONE: Bowls and Serving Dishes: Vegetable Servers
Wedgwood White Ironstone Vegetable Tureen, FIG SHAPE #5

We are pleased to offer this Staffordshire Fig Shape tureen. This one was made in the pottery of John Wedge Wood, often misrepresented as Wedgwood, and dates to 1856.Fig is a beautiful shape. In addition to the great fig fruit and foliates that appear on all Fig Shape items, it has the fabulous domed lid and oversized fruit finial that sets this shape apart.It measures 12 inches wide by 7 inches tall. Condition is excellent. There are no chips or cracks.   
$150.00


GAUDY WELSH:
Gaudy Welsh Marigold Jug

This 4-1/2" Gaudy Welsh jug in the Marigold pattern was made in either Wales or Staffordshire around 1850. The condition of this charming piece is excellent.   
$150.00


K. TRANSFERWARE, Purple: Platters
Enoch Wood Purple Transferware Reticulated Tray, ENGLISH CITIES, WINCHESTER, c. 1818 - 46

The lovely reticulated tray presented measures 10 1/4 by 8 inches. The scene is that of Winchester, which serves as a capitol of England prior to London. This is one of many scenes in the pottery's "English Cities" series. Condition is excellent - no flaws. Reticulated trays often have little breaks, but this one does not. It is marked with the pottery's imprinted "WOOD" mark.   
$150.00


RED AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE:
RED CHINESE JUVENILE SPORTS PLATE BADMINTON

This 7-1/2" plate is printed in pinky red with a pattern entitled "Chinese Juvenile Sports". Each size in this series depicts Chinese (although they look English) children playing at sports. This charming pattern has the children playing badminton. The plate was made around 1835 in Staffordshire. Take a look at all of the photos for the details. Condition is excellent.    
$145.00


CUP PLATES:
TRELLIS AND FLOWERS DOLL PLATE 1830 # 2

Another pearlware 3-1/4" pearlware doll plate with large stylistic flowers caught in a trellis or against a plaid background--it's up to you to decide! It was probably made in Staffordshire around 1830. Its condition is excellent.   
$145.00


CUP PLATES:
TRELLIS AND FLOWERS PEARLWARE DOLL PLATE 1830

This 3-1/4" pearlware doll plate is printed with a sheet pattern that I call Trellis and Flowers. I have two of these and you'll notice that the pattern is a little different on each one. Condition is excellent. The plate was probably made in Staffordshire around 1830. What looks like scratches were wrinkles in the transfer paper.   
$145.00


BROWN AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE:
BROWN TRANSFERWARE HERCULANEUM VASE PLATE

This 10" plate is printed in brown with a pattern called "Herculaneum Vase". Condition is excellent, with no chips, cracks or repairs. Take a look at all of the photos for the details of the lovely pattern. The plate was probably made in Staffordshire around 1835.   
$145.00


BLACK AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE:
BLACK TRANSFERWARE SHEPHERDESS PLATE 1820

Plate, 5 inches. The pattern is beautifully printed in black with a scene of shepherdess and sheep. The border is painted in brown that is under the glaze. Other than a glazed over chip (in the making) on the back, condition is excellent. The plate was probably made in Staffordshire around 1820 or earlier.   
$145.00


BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/PLATES:
ORNITHOLOGICAL PEACOCK BLUE TRANSFER PLATE

Plate, 9.75 inches. This pattern is part of a series of birds, some of which were copied from the engravings of Thomas Bewick. Here is Bewick's peacock and turkey. Each size and shape in the series (mostly) has different birds in the center. This was a popular series, and it was made by at least three different factories. The pattern here was made by Andrew Stevenson(1816-1830) in Staffordshire around 1820.    
$135.00


F. TRANSFERWARE, Blue: Plates
Rogers Early Blue Transferware Flat Rimmed Soup Plate, GREEK STATUE, c. 1815 -42

The early blue transferware soup plate presented measures 9 1/2 inches wide by 1 1/2 inches tall. Soup plates such as this early one look wonderful on a shelf or wall because of the dimensional aspect of the rim. Condition is excellent - very shiny glaze with no utensil scratching. It bears the Rogers imprint of the 1815 - 42 period. The scene features Greek ruins, a dramatic waterfall in the foreground, and mountain in the background.   
$132.00


AAAA. WHITE IRONSTONE: Platters:
Wooliscroft White Ironstone Oval Platter, Columbia Shape, c. 1855

The antique oval Staffordshire white ironstone platter presented has the Sydenham type ogee shapes on the surround. This is Columbia Shape, one of several designs using shapes similar to Sydenham and dating to the same period. The English Registry Mark dates it to 1855.It measures 15 1/2 by 12 1/2 inches and is in fine shape, free of chips and cracks. It bears the backstamp of the pottery with the words, Wooliscroft and "Opaque China"   
$125.00


G. TRANSFERWARE, Black:
Aesthetic Black Transferware Compote, Yeddo, c 1878

The aesthetic black and pink compote presented has a black transferware images of a Japanese scene, specifically two male fishermen with a turtle and river fish. Surrounding the central scene is a wide pink band with black transferware medallions, classic urns, and Japanesque embellishments The rim has a geometric pattern.It is in great shape, free of flaws Measurement is 9 1/4 inches across the top by 5 inches tall It bears the English registry mark dating it to 1878 and pattern name, Yeddo.    
$125.00


PURPLE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE:
ADAMS PALESTINE SMALL PURPLE PLATE 1835

This 5" pearlware plate is a rare size to find in early transferware. Although the plate is not marked, it is printed in magenta purple in the "Palestine" pattern. There is a tiny nick at about 6 o'clock which is so small that I didn't notice it until now. I am just mentioning it for the record. The plate was made in Staffordshire by the Adams Factory around 1835.   
$125.00


PURPLE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE:
STEVENSON PURPLE TRANSFER LACE BORDER PLATE

This 7-1/2" plate was made by Stevenson in Staffordshire around 1835. It is known as the Lace Border Series and the pattern name is "Virginia Waters".    
$125.00


BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/PLATES:
WEDGWOOD WATER-LILLY BLUE PLATE 1900

This 10-1/2" plate was made by Wedgwood in Staffordshire around 1900. It is printed in lovely shades of medium to dark blue and is is entitled "Water-Lilly" on the back of the plate. The design has many of the elements of the Aesthetic Movement with its assymmetry and refusal to stay in a border. The pattern is gorgeous! Condition is excellent with no chips, cracks or restoration. Take a look at all of the photos for the details.    
$125.00


F. TRANSFERWARE, Blue: Plates
Stevenson Dark Blue Transferware Plate, PALESTINE

Here is a 6 3/4 inch diameter early blue transfer plate, cobalt in color. The pattern is entitled Palestine. It was made in the pottery of Ralph Stevenson, 1810 - 1832.It is in excellent condition, free of chips, cracks, hairlines, stains, and restorations. The Oriental pattern features several pagodas across a river. Several figures appear in the foreground. The scene appears grotto style, surrounded by hanging willows, foliates, and flowers.   
$125.00


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

This 8-1/2" plate was made by Ralph Hall in Staffordshire around 1835. It is printed in a deep magenta purple. The romantic scene is lovely, but the border with its stripes, flowers and quilted pattern is dramatic. I have four of these plates in stock. Take a look at all of the photos for the details. There are tiny edge repairs to all of the plates. Appearance is excellent.    
$115.00


BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/PLATES:
ORNITHOLOGICAL STEVENSON BLUE TRANSFER PLATE

Plate, 8 inches. This pattern is part of a series of birds, some of which were copied from the engravings of Thomas Bewick. Each size and shape in the series (mostly) has different birds in the center. This was a popular series, and it was made by at least three different factories. The pattern here was made by Andrew Stevenson(1816-1830) in Staffordshire around 1820. Condition is excellent.   
$115.00


G. TRANSFERWARE, Black:
Aesthetic Black Transferware Vegetable Server, Yeddo, c 1878

The oval vegetable server presented measures 12 1/4 inches long by 4 inches tall. The pattern is Yeddo, a Japanese inspired design of five caped male figures within an oval frame Thi lovely designs appears within the interior of the bowl. The exterior has images of children at play and a water buffalo. The handles have gold embellishments. The exterior is done in pink beneath much of the design.It bears the pattern name and English registry mark.   
$99.00


EE. WHITE IRONSTONE, SHABBY CHIC:
Pankhurst White Ironstone Teapot, Full Ribbed, c. 1860s, no lid

The teapot presented is missing a finial, sorry to say. The beautiful shape is Full Ribbed. It was made in the JW Pankhurst pottery and dates to the 1860s. I've had many items of this shape over the years. They always are particularly dense and well made - a beautiful yet sturdy design.It measures 9 inches tall, lid in place, by 10 inches wide. The pot is free of chips and cracks. The lid, missing its finial, also shows some chipping.    
$95.00


GREEN AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE:
GREEN TRANSFER BIRD PATTERN PLATE 1835

Found on a 9.25 inch plate. This pattern is printed in green and enameled in pink, orange and yellow. The title is "British Tambourine", which is a dove. Condition of this plate is excellent. It was probably made in Staffordshire around 1835. I have five in stock, some with hairlines.    
$95.00


BATTERED BEAUTIES:
SPODE CHINESE TROPHIES WASH BOWL C1820

A pearlware washbowl in the Chinese Trophies pattern made by Spode in Staffordshire around 1820. The bowl is 14" in diameter and 5" high. It is printed in blue and painted in a yellow/orange under the glaze. It is magnificent. However, it was smashed in shipping--I think it was used as a football! The pieces were glued and stabilzed but the damage shows. I have been using the bowl as a center piece and to hold potato chips or fruit. This is a rare item that can be had for a reasonable price.   
$95.00


AESTHETIC TRANSFERWARE:
BROWN TRANSFERWARE AESTHETIC PLATE GARDENER

I don't know the title of this 7-1/2" plate, but it could be entitled "Gardener". It is printed in chocolate brown with a young girl holding a rake. She is surrounded by flowers. The plate dates from the 1880s, and was probably made in Staffordshire. If you like Aesthetic Movement items or garden themed items, this is the plate for you! Other than a chip on the back, condition is excellent.   
$95.00


GAUDY WELSH:
GAUDY WELSH TEA PLATE IN A NO-NAME PATTERN

This is a lovely Gaudy Welsh pattern that seems to have no name. If you know it, please tell me. The pattern is delicately painted in pinks, orange, green and lustre over a blue underglaze. Other than glaze wear to some of the lustre on the rim, condition of this 8-1/4" plate is very good. The plate was probably made in either Staffordshire or Wales between 1840 and 1860.   
$95.00


GAUDY WELSH:
GAUDY WELSH SUNFLOWER CAKE PLATE C1860

This 7-3/4" cake or biscuit plate is in the popular Sunflower Gaudy Welsh pattern. The colors are orange, green and shades of pink and copper lustre over blue underglaze. Other than minor green loss in the "grass" area, condition is very good. The plate was probably made in either Staffordshire or Wales between 1840 and 1860.   
$95.00


GAUDY WELSH:
Gaudy Welsh Lotus Pattern Plate

A Gaudy Welsh 9" tea plate in the Lotus Pattern which was made in Staffordshire around 1860. This lovely pattern is in excellent condition.   
$95.00


BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/PLATES:
ORNITHOLOGICAL BLUE TRANSFER PLATE DOVES

Plate, 6 inches. This pattern is part of a series of birds, some of which were copied from the engravings of Thomas Bewick. Each size and shape in the series (mostly) has different birds in the center. This was a popular series, and it was made by at least three different factories. The pattern here was made by Andrew Stevenson(1816-1830) in Staffordshire around 1820. The birds appear to be doves. Condition is excellent.    
$95.00


F. TRANSFERWARE, Blue: Plates
Podmore Walker Blue Transferware Plate, Washington Vase, c. 1834 - 54.

This blue transferware plate measures 10 inches wide. The classic pattern is Washington Vase. The design features a prominent urn in the foreground in a classical garden setting. The surround has scenic reserves separated by linear patterning.Condition is excellent - no chips, cracks, hairlines, stains, or restorations. Glaze is shiny.This heavy ironstone plate was made in the Podmore & Walker pottery which operated from 1834 to 1854.   
$95.00


RED AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE:
ADAMS HISTORICAL RED TRANSFER PLATE 1835

This 6-3/4" plate is from William Adams & Sons American Views series. It is entitled Monte Video, Connecticut, and it is printed in cherry red. There is wear around the rim and a chip on the footrim. Appearance is excellent. The plate was made by Adams in Staffordshire around 1835. The series comprises many different American views with three of them listed in this catalog. Take a look!   
$85.00


C. WHITE IRONSTONE: Ladles: Ladles
Lg. White Ironstone Soup Ladle, c. 1870

Offered is a white ironstone soup tureen ladle. The bowl measures 4 inches across. The handle is 9 1/2 inches long. It is very plain with a graceful curve to the handle.Condition is excellent - no flaws at all. Though not marked, I can date it by its design to the 1870s. It would look wonderful with item #10000131, the Senate Shape soup tureen of the same period. The two are shown together in the last picture.   
$80.00


G. TRANSFERWARE, Black: Plates
Ridgway Aesthetic Black Transferware Soup Plate, INDUS

Here is a flat rimmed soup plate, 9 1/2 by 1 1/2 inches. It was made in the Ridgway, Sparkes & Ridgway pottery in Hanley, which operated from 1873 - 9. The English Registry Mark dates this bowl to 1877.It is in excellent condition, free of chips, cracks, hairlines, stains, and restorations. There is some crazing, and the rim shows some rubbing. The aesthetic design features waterfowl in a natural setting of reeds, cattails, bamboo, and flying birds. The edge has a bamboo band.    
$76.00


H. TRANSFERWARE, Brown: Plates
C. Mason Brown Transferware Plate, NAPOLEON, c. 1829 - 45

The 7 1/2 inch plate presented was made in the pottery of Charles James Mason and Company which operated from 1829 - 1845. It bears the name of a series of scenes that were produced by the pottery to commemorate the emperor Napoleon. This scene show him astride his horse. The surround has a design very similar to the Texian Campaign series; however, the Napoleon series predated it.   
$76.00


GAUDY WELSH:
GAUDY WELSH ANGEL'S TRUMPET PATTERN C/S 1860

This is yet another lovely Gaudy Welsh pattern. The delicate flowers seem to swirl around the saucer and cup in shades of orange, green, and lustre over underglaze blue. The pattern number on the back appears to be 64. The condition of this circa 1840-1860 cup and saucer is excellent. They were probably made in either Wales or Staffordshire.   
$75.00


GAUDY WELSH:
GAUDY WELSH VENUS PATTERN CUP/SAUCER C1860

The Gaudy Welsh Venus pattern is highly decorated in green, orange, two shades of pink and lustre over blue underglaze. Condition of this cup and saucer is excellent. They were probably made in either Staffordshire or Wales between 1840 and 1860.   
$75.00


GAUDY WELSH:
GAUDY WELSH URN PATTERN C/S C1860

Urn is a very cheerful Gaudy Welsh pattern. It is comprised of a large urn filled with big colorful flowers and leaves that seems to float out of it. The colors are shades of orange, green and lustre over blue underglaze. The pattern number on the back is 502. There is wear to the lustre on the cup as well as a small, very tight hairline. Condition overall is excellent. The set was made in either Staffordshire or Wales between 1840 and 1860.   
$75.00


CERAMICS/ENGLISH POTTERY:
SPONGEWARE SOUP BOWL C 1830

This 9" spongeware circa 1830 soup bowl has a wonderful rose center with a daisy border. The condition of this pearlware piece is excellent.   
$75.00


Miscellaneous-Difficult to Categorize:
STAFFORDSHIRE CUP AND SAUCER

Charming hand painted accents on this pink luster cup and saucer. 3 5/8 inch diameter cup rim; 2 1/8 inch high cup. Cup plate 5 5/8 inch diameter; 1.25 inch high. One set faded luster $45; other set nice luster on cup and faded on cup plate. $75   
$75.00



L. TRANSFERWARE, Red and Pink: Plates
Ridgway Pink Transferware Plate, ARCHIPELAGO, c. 1842 - 44

The 9 in plate presented depicts a classical scene of Greek temple ruins. We love the perky surround design which includes radiating lines, undulating ivy vines and a regular white arch between the two sections of ivy. It is entitled Archipelago and was made in the Ridgway and Morley pottery during the 1842 - 44 period.The color is medium to dark pink against clear white. It is in excellent condition, free of all flaws. The pottery's transfer stamp and imprinted stamp are on the back.   
$60.00

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