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1497 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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Meakin J and G: Renaissance Green
J & G Meakin Renaissance Green Sterling Saucer

J & G Meakin Renaissance Green Sterling same as Royal Staffordshire VICTORIASaucer 5 3/4 wide. Condition is very good, no chips cracks or crazing   
$3.50



Johnson Brothers:
Johnson Bros Bouquet Cups and Saucers

Sets of cups and saucers (each item is one cup and one saucer) from Johnson Bros. in the Staffordshire Bouquet pattern. These items are used with no defects. Very nice pieces.Circa: 1973-1979Origin: England   
$3.06


Meakin J and G & Alfred:
J & G Meakin - Lotus – Liberty Shape – Plate, B&B

J & G Meakin - Liberty Shape - Lotus Brown Pattern - Octagonal ShapeBackstamped: Royal Staffordshire – Liberty - J.&G. Meakin England Size: 6-3/4 inchesCondition: good / used /normal manufacturing defectsComments: strikingly different pattern   
$3.00


Meakin J and G & Alfred:
J & G Meakin - Lotus – Liberty Shape – Plate, B&B

J & G Meakin - Liberty Shape - Lotus Brown Pattern - Octagonal ShapeBackstamped: Royal Staffordshire – Lotus Ironstone by J.&G. Meakin England - Dishwasher SafeSize: 6-7/8 inchesCondition: good / used /normal manufacturing defectsComments: strikingly different pattern   
$3.00


Meakin J and G & Alfred:
J & G Meakin - Lotus – Liberty Shape – Saucer

J & G Meakin - Liberty Shape - Lotus Brown Pattern - Octagonal ShapeBackstamped: Royal Staffordshire – Lotus Ironstone by J.&G. Meakin England Size: 5-1/2 inchesCondition: good / used, minor crazing to bottom only /normal manufacturing defectsComments: strikingly different pattern   
$3.00


Figurines-Animals Misc:
Antique Porcelain Chained Poodle

porcelain This little poodle is missing it’s partners. Still wearing the chain to one side I believe this was a baby to the missing mother poodle. Impressed Japan mark on the flat back. Styled in the Staffordshire styling. Excellent condition and stands 2 3/8" tall.   
$3.00



Johnson Brothers:
Johnson Bros Bouquet Dessert Bowls

5 in. dessert bowls from Johnson Bros. in the Staffordshire Bouquet pattern. These items are used with no defects. Very nice pieces.Circa: 1973-1979Origin: England   
$2.99



English Castle:
English Castle Floral Cup

This is for ONE ONLY cup from English Castle Bone China Made in Staffordshire, England. The cup is flat and 2.75 in. high. It is mint.   
$2.88


BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/PLATTERS:
MINTON FLORAL SPRIGS BLUE TRANSFER PLATTER

This 18-1/2" by 15" pearlware platter was made by Minton in Staffordshire around 1820-1830. It is printed with beautiful bontanicals. The blue is a rich medium blue not the gray/blue of my photos. Condition is excellent with no chips, cracks or restoration. If you like botanical prints, this is the item for you! Take a look at all of the photos for the details.   
$1450.00


BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/PLATTERS:
BLUE TRANSFERWARE PEARLWARE PLATTER LOVICKS

Made in Staffordshire around 1825, this pearlware well and tree platter is 18-3/4" by 14-1/2". The pattern of birds, butterflies, and flowers surrounded by a paisley-like border is gorgeous. Condition is excellent with no chips, cracks or restoration. If you are looking for a platter for your Thanksgiving turkey or to decorate your wall, this is the one for you! Take a look at all of the photos for the details.   
$1250.00


BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/PLATTERS:
BLUE TRANSFERWARE PLATTER INDIA VASE 1820

A 17" by 13" pearlware platter printed in blue in Staffordshire around 1820. The title is "India Vase" which is printed on the back but the maker is unknown. Condition is excellent with no chips, cracks or restoration. The back has the wonderful combing that is sometimes seen on early transferware. Take a look at all of the photos to see the details.   
$950.00


CERAMICS/ENGLISH POTTERY:
SALOPIAN COW POLISHER TRANSFER COFFEE POT

Coffee pot, 10 inches high. Variously known as the Cow Polisher or Burnishing a Cow, this pattern features a charming country scene decorated with underglaze polychrome known to Americans as Salopian. The print is also found in blue and white transferware. It is hard to tell what the man is using to polish or groom the cow. Other than a tiny hairline near the finial, condition is excellent.    
$950.00


BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/TEAPOTS & COFFEE POTS:
Unusual Coffee Pot

The 11-1/2" pearlware coffee pot has a most unusual design. It has mermen with wings, otters, swans, and Pegasus who is printed under the spout. I don't know what the symbolism means but it is interesting! There is a crack in the lid which doesn't show when the lid is on the pot and a possible repair to the tip of the spout. This sounds terrible but the coffee pot shows extremely well. The age of this Staffordshire piece is around 1825.   
$850.00


BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/PLATTERS:
BLUE TRANFERWARE PLATTER SHELTERED PEASANTS

Platter, 19 inches by 15 inches. This lovely platter features an English country scene of a family and sheep sheltering from a storm. Other than an in the making spot on the man's shirt and a scratch near the woman's shoulder, condition is excellent. Take a look at all of the photos for the details. The platter was made by Ralph Hall in Staffordshire around 1825.    
$850.00


BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/PLATTERS:
ROGERS BOSTON STATE HOUSE CHARGER 1825

A charger in early blue is rare. It is nearly 13" in diameter, and is printed in Rogers Boston State House pattern. Although appearance is excellent, it has had minor restoration to hairlines. Take a look at all of the photos for the details. If you are looking for rare historical item, this is the piece for you! The charger was made in Staffordshire around 1825. I have two of them. I doubt there are still cows on Boston Common!    
$850.00


TWO COLOR TRANSFERWARE:
RIDGWAY TWO COLOR TRANSFER PINK/BLACK JUG

A large two color transfer printed jug in pink and black made by Ridgway in Staffordshire around 1835. It is 7" high and 8" from the handle to the spout. The man under the spout says "Give Thanks to God". Is he perhaps Wesley or Spurgeon? Other than an "X" shaped hairline on the bottom which does not go through, condition of the jug is excellent.    
$775.00


BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/TEAPOTS & COFFEE POTS:
Botanical Teapot with Plants and Flowers

This large teapot with sylized plants and flowers was made in Staffordshire around 1825. The plants look a bit like strawberries and the stems look a bit like chicken legs! The overall condition is good although there has been some restoration to the tip of the spout.   
$750.00


BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/TUREENS & BOWLS:
Cat/Dog/Child Bowl

This 9-1/2" diameter bowl has the most charming border which includes a child with his arms around a cat while a dog looks on. The bowl was made in Staffordshire around 1825 and has some dings that don't detract from the overall appearance of the piece.   
$650.00


BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/TEAPOTS & COFFEE POTS:
E. WOOD FLOWER BASKET PEARLWARE TEAPOT 1830

A large blue and white pearlware teapot made by Enoch Wood in Staffordshire around 1830. This teapot is most likely the hot water pot from the tea service as it is so large. The pot has an impressed Enoch Wood mark on the bottom. There are chips on the spout and some wear on high points. Appearance is excellent. Take a look at all of the photos to fully appreciate this wonderful teapot.    
$650.00


CERAMICS/ENGLISH POTTERY:
ENGLISH TOBY JUG THE SQUIRE 1830

Well colored and molded 11" high Toby known as "The Squire". Other than a missing pipe and possible restoration to the hat he is in excellent condition ca. 1830.   
$650.00


BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/VARIOUS & UNUSUAL SHAPES:
PEARLWARE TOAST RACK BLUE TRANFERWARE

Toast Racks are not common in early transferware. This 8" by 4" by 3" high pearlware toast rack is printed in a soft blue with a pattern that combines flowers, leaves and lace. Condition is excellent with only one chip under a corner that does not show when the toast rack is standing. Take a look at all of the photos for the details. The toast rack was probably made in Staffordshire around 1835. I use these items on my desk to hold letters. Of course, you can use it for toast!   
$595.00


BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/VARIOUS & UNUSUAL SHAPES:
BLUE TRANSFERWARE INVALID FEEDER 1830

This 8" by 4" invalid or baby feeder is beautifully printed with a sheet pattern covered with lilies. Other than a flake on one end which is nearly hidden in the pattern, condition is excellent. If you like unusual medical related transferware items, this is the one for you! Take a look at all of the photos for the details. The feeder was probably made in Staffordshire around 1830-1840.   
$575.00


BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/MUGS & JUGS:
BLUE TRANSFERWARE MINTON TREACLE POT 1840

This unusual item is nearly 7" high and has a screw top! It is printed in light to medium blue with a lovely floral pattern. It was used to hold treacle which is a form of molasses. Treacle was cheaper than sugar, and thus a less expensive sweetener. Other than a minor repair to the inside of the lid, condition is excellent. If you like rare items in old blue, this is the one for you! The treacle pot was made in Staffordshire by Thomas Minton around 1835.   
$575.00


CERAMICS/ENGLISH POTTERY:
NEW HALL PORCELAIN TEAPOT BOY & BUTERFLY 1820

Made by New Hall around 1820, this porcelain teapot is painted with a pattern known as Boy and Butterfly. The lovely silver-shaped teapot is in excellent condition. Other than minor roughness to the end of the spout, there are no chips, cracks or repairs. Take a look at all of the photos for the details. The pattern number is painted on the bottom of the pot. The steam hole is at the top of the finial!   
$575.00


BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/VARIOUS & UNUSUAL SHAPES:
Floral Pepper Pot

4"high pearlware floral pepper pot made in Staffordshire around 1830. Other than a bit of roughness around the holes on top, condition is excellent.   
$550.00


BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/PLATES:
SET OF SIX BLUE TRANSFERWARE SOUP BOWLS 1835

Made by the Davenport factory in Staffordshire around 1835, this set of six 10-1/4" blue transferware soup bowls is printed with a charming country scene. These would be fun to use for soup, salad or pasta. Condition is excellent, almost mint. Take a look at all of the photos for the details. The price is for all six bowls.    
$550.00


BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/PLATTERS:
DAVENPORT TUDOR MANSION BLUE TRANSFER PLATTER

This 16.5 inch by 12.25 inch pearlware platter was made in Staffordshire by Davenport around 1820. The pattern is known as Tudor Mansion, but it is possibly Oxburgh Hall in Norfolk. Other than a tiny flake at the very edge of the platter at two o'clock, condition is excellent. Take a look at all of the photos for the details.    
$495.00


VICTORIAN CHINTZ JUGS:
VICTORIAN CHINTZ BROWN PRINT JUG C 1840

This eight sided 7" jug with a ruffled rim is the epitome of Victorian chintz. The pattern is transfer printed in a rich brown pattern of birds, urns flowers and leaves and clobbered in yellow, blue, pink and green. The printing extends to the handle and the inside of the rim. Condition is excellent. Take a look at all of the photos for the details. The jug was probably made in Staffordshire around 1840-1850.   
$475.00


PURPLE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE:
PURPLE TRANSFERWARE PLATTER RIDGWAY BEAUTIES

Made around 1850 by the Ridgway Factory in Staffordshire, this 13" by 11" platter is named "Beauties". The pattern is beautifully printed in a dark mulberry. Notice the unusual border which reminds me of Victorian lace.    
$475.00


VICTORIAN CHINTZ JUGS:
ROYAL PURPLE CHINTZ JUG 1840

Although the pattern of this Victorian Chintz jug is fairly common, the color is not. It is printed in a rich, royal purple rather than magenta purple. The jug stands 5-1/2" high to the top of the handle and is highlighted in yellow and pink. Other than minor wear to the handle, condition is excellent. The handle is beautifully molded and the rim is ruffled. Take a look at the photos to see the details. The jug was probably made in Staffordshire around 1840.   
$450.00


BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/PLATTERS:
BLUE TRANSFERWARE SPANISH BEAUTIES PLATTER

This 17" by 14" platter was probably made in Staffordshire around 1840. It is printed in medium to dark blue with a charming romantic pattern. The pattern is entitled "Spanish Beauties". Condition is excellent with no cracks, chips or restoration. You can tell this platter was handprinted as one of the seams does not quite match up in the border! Take a look at all of the photos for the details.    
$450.00


BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/PLATES:
ADAMS LIONS BLUE TRANSFERWARE PLATE 1820

The "Lions" pattern, made by William Adams in Staffordshire around 1820, is another popular pattern. Beautifully printed in medium and dark blue with a mother lion warning off a bewildered male lion, this 8-3/4" plate is in excellent condition. I have two of these plates in stock. Take a look at all of the photos for the details.    
$450.00


Flow Blue:
BLUE & WHITE TUREEN & LADLE

Blue & White transfer decorated soup tureen and original ladle. Gorgeous and hard to find with ladle without chips or cracks. Approx 9"H, 14"W,9"Deep. Ladle 10" long with some minor crazing on ladle. Signed on inside of lid in blue [Stoke on Trent- Staffordshire England. Dianthus] Small blue mark on bottom. Impressed R[?]2585621 in rectangle box. Also impressed 85 in another area. Visit http://akeslingerantiques.com for other great Flow Blue Items.   
$450.00


VICTORIAN CHINTZ JUGS:
VICTORIAN CHINTZ BLUE JUG BIRDS AND FLOWERS

Printed in medium and dark blue with birds and flowers, this 7" high and 6" handle to spout jug is unusual. Most of these jugs are printed in shades of purple, green, pink and brown. They are much less common in blue. The pattern is highlighted in pink, green and yellow enamel. There is minor wear to the rim and spout and crazing inside of the jug. Appearance is excellent. Take a look at the photos for the details. The jug was probably made in Staffordshire around 1835-1840.   
$375.00


RED AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE:
RED TRANSFERWARE FLORAL JUG 1835

This red printed jug is 7" to the top of the handle. The floral print is a true cherry red. Other than tight spider lines in the bottom of the jug and a chip on the side of the handle, appearance is excellent. Take a look at all of the photos for the details. The jug was probably made in Staffordshire around 1835.   
$375.00


BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/TEAPOTS & COFFEE POTS:
CHILD'S TOY TEAPOT SHEET PATTERN 1800

Here is a small--4" high by 5-1/2" handle to spout--blue and white pearlware teapot transfer printed in a sheet pattern that is comprised of tiny stylized tulips, dots and foliage. The teapot is as light as a feather! The teapot is being sold "as is". There are chips to the lid, the spout and the collar of the pot which may be seen in the photos. This sounds awful but appearance is very good. The teapot was probably made in Staffordshire around 1800-1810.    
$375.00


BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/MUGS & JUGS:
PEARLWARE BLUE TRANSFER FOOTED MILK JUG 1825

This lovely pearlware jug is printed with a classical pattern in medium to dark blue. The jug is 5-1/2" to the top of the spout and 5" from the handle to the spout. Condition is excellent with no chips, cracks or repairs. Take a look at all of the photos for the details. The jug was probably made in Staffordshire around 1825.   
$375.00


BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/PLATTERS:
ALCOCK BLUE TRANSFER PLATTER 1840

Eastern Street Scene is a pattern that originated with the Riley factory. The works were purchased by Samuel Alcock in 1829 who, according to Coysh and Henrywood, possibly inherited the factory's copper plates. This lovely 12-1/4" by 9-3/4" platter is printed in medium blue. Condition is excellent with no chips, cracks or repairs. The platter was probably made around 1840 in Staffordshire. Take a look at all of the photos for the details.   
$375.00


BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/PLATES:
DAVENPORT BLUE TRANSFER SOUP WITH COWS 1820

Found on a 9.5 inch soup bowl, this pearlware plate is beautifully printed with a lovely rural scene surrounded by a floral border. The pattern is uncommon. Condition is excellent. The soup was made in Staffordshire by Davenport.   
$375.00


BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/PLATES:
ENOCH WOOD BLUE TRANSFER CUPID PLATE 1825

Made by Enoch Wood & Sons in Staffordshire around 1825, this 9 inch pearlware plate is printed in another of my favorite patterns, Cupid Behind Bars. This plate is particularly well printed as it has excellent contrast for such a dark blue transfer. It is in excellent condtion. Take a look at all of the photos for the details.   
$375.00


BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/PLATES:
PEARLWARE HUNTING SCENE PLATE WITH DOGS 1825

Hunting scenes on blue transferware items are very popular. This 9" pearlware plate is printed in medium to dark blue with hunters and dogs. The birds they are hunting have escaped to the border! The plate was possibly made by Davenport in Staffordshire around 1825. Condition is excellent. Take a look at all of the photos for the details of this pattern.    
$375.00


BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/PLATES:
MINTON PEARLWARE CLOBBERED SOUP 1820

A 9-1/2" pearlware soup bowl printed in a floral sheet pattern clobbered in burnt orange and green. The rim of the soup in painted in ochre. On the back in the handpainted name "Donovan" who was a Dublin china and glass merchant who was in business from 1770-1829. Condition is excellent. I have never seen a piece quite like this one. It is quite beautiful! It was probably made in Staffordshire around 1820.    
$375.00


CERAMICS/ENGLISH POTTERY:
Victorian Drabware/Yelloware Inkwell

This unusual Victorian drabware/yelloware inkwell would make a wonderful gift for a doctor or a teacher as it depicts Minerva the Goddess of Wisdom and Medicine. The piece is 7" high and nearly 12" in width. Both inkwells are removable. The condition of this piece is excellent.   
$375.00


BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/PLATES:
SHIPPING SERIES TRANSFER PEARLWARE PLATE 1820

This 10" pearlware plate is beautifully printed in medium and dark blue in a pattern known as the Shipping Series. Each size and shape has ships either battling the elements or one another! The border depicting shells and seaweed is gorgeous! This would make an excellent item for your beach house. Other than a stabilization of a 2" tight hairline at about 8 o'clock, condition is excellent. Appearance is excellent also. Take a look at the photos for the details. The plate was probably made in Staffordshire around 1820.    
$375.00


TWO COLOR TRANSFERWARE:
TWO COLOR PINK/GREEN BIRDS & FLOWERS PLATE 18

Plate, 9 inches. Printed in pink and moss green, this plate is entitled "Birds & Flowers". It was made by Hicks, Meigh & Johnson in Staffordshire around 1835. Condition is excellent. If you like birds and flowers, this is the plate for you. I had three of these plates. One is more purple and green.   
$355.00


VICTORIAN CHINTZ JUGS:
THREE COLOR VICTORIAN CHINTZ JUG 1840

Printed in apple green, red and blue under the glaze and clobbered with yellow and red over the glaze, this Victorian Chintz jug has stylized flowers that look more like 1950 than 1850! The shapes filled with dots and stripes are very unusual. The jug is 6-1/2" to the top of the handle and 6" from the spout to the handle. Condition is excellent. The jug was probably made in Staffordshire around 1840-1850.    
$350.00


VICTORIAN TILES:
WEDGWOOD 8" MONTH TILE AUGUST 1880

This brown transfer 8" tile was made by Wedgwood around 1880. It is from a series of month tiles. This one is August, and features a girl feeding chickens. If you have a birthday in August, this is the one for you! Condition is excellent. Take a look at all of the photos for the details.   
$350.00


KNIFE RESTS:
BLUE TRANSFERWARE KNIFE RESTS FLORAL 1825

This pair of nearly 4" long by 1-1/4" wide pearlware knife rests was probably made in Staffordshire around 1825. They are printed with a lovely rose and fruit pattern which is most likely a border pattern. Condition is as follows. One has a repair to a small nick at one corner. The other has a filled-in grayish repair to one end. Appearance is still good. Take a look at all of the photos for the details. Knife Rests are fairly uncommon, and it is nice to have a pair.   
$350.00


TRANSFERWARE FOR CHILDREN:
BLACK TRANSFER CHILD'S PLATE E FOR ELEPHANT

Found on a 7 inch child's plate, this pattern was intended to be used as a teaching tool; "E begins Elephant, Eagle, and Eggs." I often wonder if any child had the entire set from A to Z! Condition of the plate is excellent, with no chips, cracks or repairs. It was probably made in Staffordshire around 1840-1850.    
$350.00


BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/VARIOUS & UNUSUAL SHAPES:
MINTON FLORAL PEARLWARE PICKLE DISH C 1830

This 3-1/2" by 5" pearlware pickle dish has a lovely floral pattern. There is a rose at the center and roses and other flowers in the border. Other than a glazed over chip and a minor nick on the footrim, condition is excellent. The pickle dish was made in Staffordshire at the Minton factory around 1830.    
$350.00

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