New Wharf Pottery Company Watteau flow blue plate. Scene of a courting couple on a picnic, with the young woman playing a lute, while her dog rests before her. Encircling the scene is a lovely, draped rose garland. The plate has a wide border with elaborate scroll designs and roses in cartouche, and an embossed edge. Manufactured by New Wharf Pottery Company of Burslem, Staffordshire, England. Circa: 1878-1894. Size: 8 7/8 inches. Condition: Some surface scratches.
Reproduction Flow Blue Large Cheese Wedge Stoneware
This piece is a stoneware reproduction of flow blue colors and pattern. It is stoneware and very heavy as well as large. To the top of the handle it is approximately 7 in. tall. The plate measures 9.75 in. x 9 in. This is a unique piece for display or for your own use. It would make a great piece on a buffet table, as a centerpiece or on a display shelf. It is MINT with nothing wrong with it. It is NOT marked with markings at all.
Antique Flow Blue Bowl Large Cabinet Plate Gold Spray
Very Large Decorative Flow Blue Bowl. Perfect for a Cabinet or Wall Decoration Display. This piece is very old estimated around 1860 as it came out of a Civil War home. It is in relatively good shape. There are no chips. One fine hairline that has darkened from age which we think only adds to the character of the piece along with the aged patina and crazing. Looks great in a historic home. Fabulous color.
Gefle Swedish flow blue oval serving platter in the Vinranka pattern. Vinranka displays a beautiful pattern of currants and leaves. Platter has a ribbed edge and a shapely rim. Made in Sweden. Size: 9 3/8 inches by 7 1/2 inches. Circa: Late 19th Century to early 20th. Condition: Excellent.
Antique, Royal Doulton flow blue salad plate in their Geneva pattern. Geneva features a scene of a house, trees, people and resting sheep, and a border of flowers and fleur de lis. Manufactured by Royal Doulton Burslem England. Circa: 1891-1902. Size: 7 1/2 inches. Condition: Some utensil scratches and a couple of small nicks along the rim.
Semi vitreous American flow blue sugar bowl without a lid. Pretty, flow blue border with gold gilt floral garland, and gold center design consisting of a wreath of flowers. Sugar bowl has flow blue handles, a scalloped rim, and a lightly raised garland design at hip. Marked with a Fleur De Lis and 'LaFrancaise' in banner for the French China Co from East Liverpool, Ohio, USA. Circa: 1916-1929. Size: 3 1/4 inches tall; 4 5/8 inches wide. Condition: Heavy glaze crazing; some age discoloration in the crazing; fading to the gold gilt designs.
Manufactured by Edward Challinor (Tunstall, England) Flow Blue plate in the Pelew pattern, made between the years of 1842-1867. It is True Flow Blue. Check out the photos of the back of the plate. Guaranteed to be Original and Authenic. Gorgeous plate in Mint perfect condition.
Old flow blue platter with gold swag flourish surrround. Follows same pattern edge design as HR Wyllie pattern. Possibly issued in 1893 for Columbian Exposition, deplicting the landing of Columbus. Overall glaze crazing with utensil scratches front edge chip and 2 smaller on lower front edge. Still a nice collectible piece and priced accordingly.
Old flow blue ironstone pattern with gold swag flourish surrround. Light overall glaze crazing with utensil scratches & 2 light edge chips on the front and backside. Marked: HR Wyllie China. Still a nice collectible piece and priced accordingly.
Old flow blue Yellow Roses pattern with gold swag flourish surrround. Follows same pattern edge design as La Francaise, American & HR Wyllie pattern. Circa late 1800s-early 1900s. Light overall glaze crazing with utensil scratches & light Staining . No cracks or edge chips. Marked: Cold meat platter # 12 on back in gold.