Antique Staffordshire transferware tray. c:1891-1902. For olives/relish/celery? Incised mark: Edge Malkin & Co., and brown backstamp: England, Trade mark, E. M. & Co., over B, Summertime, Rd. No. 232991. No chips or cracks but has some discoloration as expected. It is 8.25 long x 4.75 wide. brncs9/09
Blue & White Commodore Paul Jones Capturing The Serapis.
Early 20th century Historical Staffordshire plate commemorating Commodore Paul Jones capturing the Serapis Sept 23rd 1779. Fruit and flower border. Back mark - R & M Co. For Rowland & Marsellus who were importers, wholesalers and retailers, especially of souvenir wares operating out of New York c.1893 -1938. They dealt with numerous Stoke-on-Trent pottery manufacturers and then sold the wares to other distributors in the US. In good condition light ware and a couple of not noticeable small black spots on the front.
Castle By J.t. English Transferware Plate Brown-black
Marked Castle J.T., which is probably either J.Tams and Sons of Longton c.1875+ or J.Twigg, Kilnhurst, Yorkshire c.1822-81). Dark brown or black English transferware pattern of a scenic castle ruins. 8 1/4 in. diameter. Has some staining but not too bad, no cracks or crazing, has a glaze chip on the edge underside-not visible from the front. Has a bit of old tape residue that I couldn't safely remove on the back. Priced according to condition. A lovely addition to any transferware collection!
Oriental Polychrome Saucer Tea Bowl Antique Transfer
This is an antique Staffordshire England Oriental Poychrome cup saucer or tea bowl made from 1800-1820. The oriental design is polychrome hand painted enamel paint over pink or red transfer. The deep saucer or tea bowl is 1.25 inches high by 5.65 in diameter with no maker's marks except the script number 153 on the saucer which is normal. The cup saucer is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks. There are a few mineral impurities or kiln dust present which is normal for this early era. A beautiful example of Oriental Polychrome from Staffordshire.
Transferware Platter Blue Floral Trentham Ironstone
This dark blue transferware or transfer ware platter was made 1892-1905 by J.H. Weatherby and Sons, Hanley, Staffordshire England in the pattern called Trentham. The serving platter measures 11 inch by 8 inch and is marked semi porcelain. The platter is molded and has a gilt rim. The platter is in very good +++ condition with no chips or cracks, but there are a couple of manufacturing flaws due to impurities in the clay--frequently seen in this era.
Pitcher Meakin Green Transferware Tintern Jug Antique
This is an Alfred Meakin, England ironstone green transferware pitcher or jug made 1907-1920s in a pattern called Tintern. The green transferware scenic landscape pitcher or jug which is almost teal actually, measures 6.85 inches high by 6.5 inches in diameter and holds 32 oz. The The pitcher is in good ++ condition except for a shallow chip on the base rim and an old tight hairline crack inside by the handle. The pitcher or jug is a great decorative piece.
Merrie England Red Transfe Plate Meakin Haddon Hall
This is a J and G Meakin, England red or pink transfer or transferware ironstone luncheon plate measuring 8.25 inches in diameter in a pattern called Haddon Hall in the series called Merrie England made in the 1950-1960s. The plate is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks and very decorative. Lovely!
Transferware Cup And Saucer Eit England Blue Antique
This is an EIT standing for English Ironstone Tablewares Ltd, England blue transferware cup and saucer dating from 1890-1910. The cup is 2.5 inches high, the saucer is 5.5 in diameter and the cup and saucer has a blue transferware or transfer ware pastoral scene and is in very good +++ condition with no chips or cracks.
Willow Brown Transferware Dinner Plate Transfer England
This is a Willow pattern 10 inch in diameter brown transferware or transfer ware dinner plate hand colored in several colors. The plate was made by Brown and Ritchie, Ltd, England, a small pottery in Staffordshire, England and titled Oriental Gardens. The plate was made 1920-1930s and is in very good +++ condition with no chips or cracks but has crazing which is normal for this pottery's glaze from that era. A very decorative plate with a popular pattern.
Huge ornate antique Victorian covered slop jar. This jar/pot is quite large being 14 tall x 13 wide from handle end to other side. Bottom has some gold numbers/initials on bottom, but not sure who made it, likely French or German, but possibly American. Feels like earthenware. Features hand painted pansies. It has some minor age flaws; crazing; some discoloration pic #6, mainly around interior mid section; a couple of tiny black dots pic #8; some wear on the gold, a very tight, faint small hairline on upper rim pic #6; and some tiny flakes off interior lid rim edge which are not visible on exterior, pic #5. I think it is gorgeous and the aging flaws just add to is charm. It is also very heavy. You can remove lid and use as a shabby chic planter for a large plant. A great accessory item! #esa1/09
HEIRLOOM VICTORIAN STYLE, ANTIQUE JUG, BEAUTIFUL BROWN TRANSFER IN ART NOUVEAU STYLE ON SKY BLUE BACKGROUND, LOVE THE GOLD ACCENT'S AND RAISED DECORATIONS, WHICH UNFORTUNATELY DO NOT SHOW WELL IN OUR IMAGE., MADE BY TUNSTALL - ENGLAND, PORCELAIN ROYALE, COLVYN PATTERN, as per image - FOR MORE IMAGES, PLEASE EMAIL, Excellent used condition, NO CHIPS, CRACKS OR REPAIRS, Measuring about 6 1/2 high, For US Buyers: please remit 14.00 for shipping plus insurance.THANKS.
Plate, 8 inches. The pattern is quite unusual. The flowers spread from an elaborate vase to the stringing at the top of the plate. The blues range from medium to dark. Condition is excellent. The brown spot near the border at the bottom right was done in the making. It is under the glaze. The plate was made by James and Ralph Clews in Staffordshire around 1830.
Soup Plate, 10.25 inches. Printed in chocolate brown, this pattern is entitled W. Penns (sic) Treaty . The landscape doesn't look like Pennsylvania to me! Condition of this charming soup is excellent. Take a look at all of the photos for the details. The plate was made by Thomas Green in Staffordshire around 1835. The first photo has too much flash!
Plate, 9 inches. Printed in pink and moss green, this plate is entitled Birds . 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.
Creamer, 5.5 inches to the top of the handle. The dark blue transfer has lots of contrast. The plants appear to be strawberries surrounded by chicken legs! Other than some very minor wear on the high points under the rim, condition is excellent. The teapot that matches this creamer in in the catalog. The jug was probably made in Staffordshire around 1825-1830.
Found on a 10 plate, this lovely pearlware plate is printed with an exuberant floral pattern in shades of blue ranging from medium to dark. The rim of the plate is molded and printed with blue swags. Other than a chip in the border at 4 o'clock, condition is excellent, as is appearance. Take a look at all of the photos for the details.
Made by William Smith & Co around 1830, this charming pattern is rather unusual. It contains two children (who vaguely look like adults), chickens, a dog, grapes and grape leaves. The saucer is 5 inches is diameter and the cup is 3 inches in diameter and 2 inches high. Condition is excellent, although there is a small spot below the two chicks in the saucer that was probably a burst bubble in-the-making. Take a look at all of the photos for the details. If you like unusual transferware patterns, this is the one for you!
Liberty Blue Staffordshire Independence Hall Plate Lrg
This is a dinner plate by a E. Wedgwood Staffordshire, England maker in the pattern Liberty Blue depicting Independence Hall in blue transfer ware. The historic transferware ironstone plate measures 9.85 inches in diameter and was a design made in commemoration of the American Bicentennial in 1976. The plate was in production from 1975-1976 when it was discontinued. The transferware plate is in excellent condition and very decorative.
Found on a 5 inch cup plate, this pattern is part of a series that depicts wild animals in an Indian setting. Actually, the India part is quite fanciful! The animal in the center of the plate appears to be a mongoose. I have five more of these plates. Condition of this plate is excellent. I have another item in this series in the catalog; a beaver undertray. Although this plate is not marked, it is from the Indian Scenery series made by William Hackwood around 1835.
Found on a 10 inch plate, this gorgeous pattern is printed in black, pink and brown with a pattern of roses and shells. Although the pattern is fairly rare, I have another plate in this pattern printed in blue, pink and green. There is a 1.5 inch hairline in the border, that is luckily well hidden in the pattern. Take a look at all of the photos for the details. the plate was made by John and Job Jackson in Staffordshire around 1835.
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.
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.
Vintage c.late 1800s, English transferware pitcher, marked with a brown printed underglaze mark of Ionic (pattern name) in a scroll with arrow. Original gold accents, plain pink band. Has crazing with discoloration from use, some spider cracks and a horizontal stress crack at the neck base. No chips. 7 1/4 in. high. Great for a beginning collector! Priced according to condition.
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.
Transferware Plate Lincoln Red New Salem Adams Jonroth
This is a vintage ironstone red transferware 9.75 inch in diameter souvenir plate depicting where Abraham Lincoln first practiced law in New Salem, Illinois made by Adams, England and imported by JonRoth under the Old English Staffordshire Ware label that I brought home recently from England. The plate was made between 1914-1940 and was apparently commissioned by the Wagon Wheel Inn, New Salem, Ill. The plate has stilt marks on the back and is in excellent condition. Very collectible and a wonderful collectible historical piece.
Found on a 10 inch soup plate, this pattern is printed in blue and black with a lovely floral print. Entitled Etruscan Festoon , it was made around 1835 by William Ridgway. Things Etruscan were the rage in the 1830s, but the pattern is actually a lovely floral print. Condition is excellent, with no chips, cracks or repairs. There is an in-the-making glaze drip near the top right rose bud. The other splotch is my flash! Take a look at all of the photos for the details.
Found on a 7.25 inch plate, this pattern, Red Riding Hood Meets The Wolf is part of a series of plates that depicts the nursery tale. The plate was made at the Brownhills Pottery in Staffordshire between 1891 and 1896. There is a fill to a chip on the back and one on the front. Both are shown in the additional photos. Take a look at all of the photos for the details. Appearance is very good and the pattern is charming!
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.
For sale is an antique green transferware plate. This old plate is very thick and heavy. Has green shield on back with 3 towers in it. Under that is a banner that reads: 'Flowers'. Near side of shield it has stars and a #1 and #9?. Above shield it reads: Decorated Under Glaze Detergent and Acid Resisting Colours. Mark not located yet. Backside is very crazed and somewhat discolored; the front display side is pretty good. No chips or cracks. Earthenware, not porcelain. Features a lady and gent, bridge, creek, house, tress, flowers. It is 11 wide. It would look really nice framed!
Antique English transferware platter. Mfg: Pitcairns, Ltd. 1895-1901. Turnstall, England, Pattern: Aquilla, #11, Porcelain Royale. No chips or cracks; has all over faint crazing. It is 12 inches long x 8.75 wide. Current replacement value is $129.95; why pay more? ccau9/08#2195
Floral Transferware Bone Dish Crescent Antique English
This is an absolutely beautiful crescent bone dish or curved salad dish made by J G Meakin, England 1907-1912. the crescent salad or bone dish is a molded ironstone with a sepia transfer or transferware floral with hand painted accents and gold foliage and trim. The crescent dish or bone dish measures .8 inch high by 6.5 inches long by 4 inches wide and is in very good +++ condition. There are no chips or cracks and only very minor gold wear and a few bits of kiln dust which is normal in ironstone of this age. Crescent dishes were developed by the victorians to sit by the dinner plate and collect the bones of the meal. They are used now for salads, sauces, sushi at the dinner table. I keep my glasses in one at night by the bedside. I also use one on my desk for paper clips. The desk doesn't have to be boring!
This is a Myott and Sins Ltd. England ironstone dinner plate with a blue transferware floral border pattern called Milan with remnants of gold trim. The large 10 inch in diameter plate was made 1907-1928. The plate is in good +++ condition with no chips or cracks but does have substantial crazing and staining from use with acid or greasy foods which can be cleaned. The pattern is very pretty and it's a good early Myott plate.
Red Transferware Pedestal Candy Jar With Lid England
This is a 2 piece red transfer or transferware pedestal candy jar with lid made in England 1930-1940s. The candy jar measures 8.5 inches high by 5 inches square and has a landscape scene with castle, boat and people and a floral and leaf border. The ceramic candy jar is in very good ++ condition with 1 small chip on the inside rim of the body and tiny fleabite chips on one corner of the lid rim. A very decorative item as well as useful!
A blue and white transferware pitcher made by Palissy Potteries in England in the late 19th century. This is NOT one of the products of the late 20th century. Extensive research gives very little information about the origens of the Palissy Pottery, but I was able to find this which justifies my certainty that this piece did not have the look or feel of a 20th century reproduction: Palissy Works, Chancery Lane, Longton, Stoke-on-Trent These works in Chancery Lane were erected in 1862 by Richard H. Grove For the purpose of decorating, not manufacturing, china ware. In 1867, he retired and was succeeded by his son, Frederick Wedgwood Grove, and his partner, John Stark. They commenced manufacturing their own ware having increased the premises For the purpose and erected the necessary kilns and machinery. They manufactured earthenware only. In this, all the usual dinner, dessert, toilet and other services and domestic articles were produced, of all degrees of decoration - from plain and printed to enamelled and gilt varieties. Spirit and wine show-barrels or casks were also specialities. Messrs. Grove From: 'Jewitt's Ceramic Art of Great Britain 1800-1900' - first published 1878, revised 1883 The pitcher is in very good condition, with no chips or cracks. There is some staining inside and on the lower part of the handle, also crackling of the glaze. 7 tall and 8 from spout to handle.
Rare Brown Transferware Antique Plate Victorian English
Rare Brown Transferware Antique Plate Victorian English. This is an attractive and rare aesthetic dinner plate circa 1886 - 1892. It was made by the Whittaker & Co. Pottery, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent England. The decoration is transfer printed in brown color on what I believe was originally tan or cream. The design depicts wild rose blossoms and leaves plus a fold out banner of richly detailed scenes of Etruria - historic sail boat vessels and a stone or brick arched bridge over a river. Measures 9 3/4 inches diameter. Marked on bottom with W & Co. and Hanley within a circle of floral garland, and Etruria in the central panel. The plate is in sad condition, with 2 shallow front edge chips, no cracks, over-all discoloration and crazing. Even as a perfectionist, I am still drawn to it's beauty. Extremely decorative old plate for those who love transfer ware!
This is an antique semi porcelain plate in a teal green transfer or transferware pattern called Arcadia made by A. J. Wilkinson Ltd., England 1896-1920s. The 8 inch in diameter plate has an urn and birds center motif, flower and basket border and remnants of gold trim. The plate is in very good +++ condition with no chips or cracks. There is one small discolored spot on the front and several on the back, gold trim loss and some utensil marks. But the transferware pattern color is lovely and unusual.
Antique Green Transferware Cup Saucer Plate Floral Trio
This is an antique English teacup trio consisting of a cup and saucer with matching plate with a green transfer or transferware floral design and gold trim. The cup and saucer and matching plate were made in Staffordshire, England in the 1890s. The cup is 2.4 inches high, the saucer is 5.5 in diameter and the plate is 6 in diameter. The transferware teacup trio is in very good +++ condition with no chips or cracks. There is a bit of gold trim wear and a few normal kiln dust specks. A lovely set in a gorgeous green and becoming very difficult to find. From our last English buying trip.
Found on a 9.75 inch plate, this pattern is part of a series of birds. Each size and shape has a different pattern. The center of this plate features a peacock and turkey. Other than some prominent stilt marks (in the making), condition is excellent. The plate was made in Staffordshire around 1820.
This 10.5 inch plate is printed in teal green with a pattern series entitled Mammalia . It is a multi pattern series of animals. This pattern is entitled Harnessed Antelope . There is a chip on the footrim and a tiny nick in the border at 1 o'clock. The nick blends into the border. Appearance is excellent. Take a look at all of the photos for the details. The plate was made by Elijah Jones around 1835.
Nasco English Village Transferware Jam Jar With Silverplate Spoon
This jam or jelly jar with fastand or attached underplate is in the hand tinted English Village transferware pattern by Nasco Japan. It's 5-1/4 high to the lid knob, the diameter of the underplate is 5-3/4 . There is some crazing but no chips, flakes, or cracks. The jar comes with a pre-1930s silverplate serving spoon, 6 long. I don't know the pattern name or even the maker - the word before plate on the back markings has been crosshatched out. The spoon is in good condition with no plate loss.
Green Transferware Bone Dish Crescent Marseilles Woods
This is an absolutely beautiful crescent bone dish in the Marseilles pattern made by Woods and Son, England 1902-1910. The pattern on a molded and beaded semi porcelain, a type of ironstone, is a green transfer or transferware floral with hand painted gold foliage and trim. The crescent dish or bone dish measures 1 inch high by 6.5 inches long by 3.25 inches wide and is in excellent condition. The gold is bright, almost no crazing which is unusual and of course no chips or cracks. There are a few bits of kiln dust and a firing hairline on the base but really remarkable condition. Crescent dishes were developed by the victorians to sit by the dinner plate and collect the bones of the meal. They are used now for salads, sauces, sushi at the dinner table. I keep my glasses in one at night by the bedside. I also use one on my desk for paper clips. The desk doesn't have to be boring!
A hard to find Masons Vista square serving bowl. It is not a new reproduction, it is not from the 1950s, it is an antique Mason's pattern that was first issued in the early 1890s. Please note the authentic mark and the crazing. It also has some staining from use. Otherwise in excellent condition. No chips or cracks. It is fluted and the color and transfer pattern are very well executed.
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.
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.
Found on a 9.75 inch plate, this pattern is part of a series that depicts country scenes surrounded by a border of hops, barley and roses. The deer in the center of this plate are fallow deer. Condition is excellent, with no chips, cracks or repairs. Take a look at all of the photos for the details.
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.
Franconia Porcelain Bowl Roses Hand Painted 10 Inch
This is a very nice, Porcelain 10 bowl. It is marked by the maker FRANCONIA HAND PAINTED and has the M inside the crowned eagle logo mark. It is 2.6 tall x 10 diameter. It has a nice pink and yellow roses transfer pattern on the inside, the hand painting refers to the gold highlights on the raise design around the brim area of the top of the bowl. This bowl is in very good condition, no cracks or chips, some minor factory imperfections in the dark green color of the transfer, a few darker lines noted. The background color is light green lower, to a dark forest green color gradually toward the top.
3 1/4 tall, EXCELLENT Condition without problems or damage. Green Bareuther Mark - U.S. Zone Germany which puts it between 1945-1949. Beautiful piece. Vibrant colors. Keywords: memorabilia collectible collectibles collectable collectables vintage antique sale buy decor tableware decorating pitcher porcelain
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.
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.
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.
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.
Printed in pink, green and blue with roses, morning glories and palm-like ferns, this 8-3/4 plate has a scalloped edge and molded border. If you have been looking for unusual and decorative plates in early transferware, this is the plate for you. I have six of these plates available. The plate was probably made in Staffordshire around 1830.
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.
This 8 pearlware soup bowl is printed in medium to dark blue with a lovely botanical sheet pattern. The flowers are sometimes referred to as sweetpeas, but they don't look like the sweetpeas in my garden! These are however, stylized flowers, so perhaps they are sweetpeas. Condition is excellent, with no chips, cracks or repairs. Take a look at all of the photos for the details. The soup was probably made in Staffordshire around 1825.
A slightly oriental looking pattern made by Royal Staffordshire in England in the early part of the 20th century. The saucer depicts a 17th garbed couple looking at a castle on a hill. In excellent condition. The price is for one, I have 6. Placed all together these would make an excellent and striking wall display.
Gorgeous 5 1/4 dia. top and 2 1/2 all is in Fine condition. Nice rings around inside and ribbed design outside. Great for nuts or berries in a wonderful dark green color. Marked USA. No scratches that we can notice either! Keywords: memorabilia collectible collectibles collectable collectables vintage antique sale buy decor tableware dinnerware dishes bowls california pottery
2pc. Vintage Mcnicol China Restaurantware Celery Dishes
Two vintage heavy white pieces have a nice triple dark green stripe decoration. McNicol China, Clarksville, W. Virginia. We have a nice cereal bowl on this site with the same strip pattern. Unusual smaller piece is 7 1/4 long and the larger is 9 1/2 long. No damage or problems. From an early CT estate. Look like they have not been used very much, if at all. No fork scratches that we can notice! Extremely nice pieces. Keywords: 1950s fifties 50s memorabilia collectible collectibles collectable collectables vintage antique sale buy decor tableware dinnerware dishes restaurant
Salem English Village Blue Transferware Plate Staffs
This 10 inch in diameter blue transferware or transfer ware stoneware plate was manufactured in the 1940s by the Salem pottery in England. The pattern is called English Village Olde Staffordshire. It has a lovely village scene with a river and boats and a floral border. It is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks.
Churchill Red Transferware Relish Or Small Platter
A semi-porcelain fluted small platter, relish dish or underplate for the gravy boat, made by Churchill of England. It is in the pink or red transferware, and shows a rustic cottage near a stream. Late 20th century, probably 1970s. 9 in length and in excellent condition
A semi-porcelain fluted gravy boat made by Churchill of England. It is in the pink or red transferware, and shows a rustic cottage near a stream. Late 20th century, probably 1970s. 9 in length and in excellent condition.
A beautiful pink or red Staffordshire transferware plate, 10 in diameter. This antique dinner plate is called Woodland and depicts a country couple fording a stream in a cart with horse, church in the background. In Excellent condition. ca 1893-1932
A beautiful oriental style pink or red transferware pattern from Copeland Spode, Staffordshire. The pattern name is Spode's Tower. 7.75 in diameter this is a luncheon or salad plate. Used but in excellent condition. ca 1920s
I rarely say a pattern is unique, but this pearlware 10 plate's pattern is probably one of a kind. There are initials in the center of the plate with two hearts on either side connected by an arrow (Cupid's). My educated guess is that the plate was either an engagement gift or wedding present. The central initials are surrounded by bouquets of flowers, which are also surrounded by a floral border. Take a look at the photos for the details. Condition is excellent. If you are looking for an unusual plate for your collection, this is the one for you!
Unknown manufacturer, impressed mark is there but the glaze is too heavy. c.late 19th century, black transferware gravy boat. Used condition-has crazing and usage stains, has a spider crack on the side, no chips or other damage. Design is of 2 herons in a stream with a bow on the handle(interesting combination!). Still a lovely piece for any transferware collection! Shipping 3lb.zoned US priority mail including delivery confirmation. Insurance is required. Other options are available.
Minton Polychrome Transferware Plate W/ Rooster And Hen
Minton 9 1/4 in. diameter dinner plate. Black transferware with polychrome border. Center shows and rooster and hen with barn swallows diving. Pattern name is Alnwick. Has some impressed marks and registry mark for 1875. Condition-has crazing, 1 old damage chip on the left front edge (1 in. long), and has 2 stress cracks. See detail photos. Some normal usage wear. Still a very interesting piece for any transferware collection! Shipping 3lb.zoned US priority mail including delivery confirmation, insurance is required. Other options are available.
Pink or red English transferware cup and saucer set, marked Japonica (pattern name) and J.R. for John Ridgway. Mark was used c.1830-41. Lovely Japanese boat and garden theme. Condition-cup: some usage staining, some crazing, has an old damage chip with correspoding crack from the top edge to the bottom of the bowl, no other damage. Saucer-light crazing and light usage stains, 1 old edge chip, no cracks or other problems. Still can be displayed nicely, condition is not too bad considering the age. Priced according to condition. Great for beginning collectors!
This 10 diameter by 4-1/2 high pearlware bowl is printed in dark blue with stylized flowers and leaves. The dark blue of the flowers is set off by the narrow band of dark red that lines the rim of the bowl. There is a little wear in the bottom of the bowl, as the bowl was probably used for salad. There is also a good repair to two chips on the bottom rim. These are not visible when the bowl is standing. Appearance is excellent. Take a look at the photos for the details. If you are looking for an unusual graphic pattern and a useful bowl, this is the item for you! The bowl was probably made around 1820.
This 9.25 inch in diameter blue transfer ware luncheon plate mas made by Nasco, Japan in the 1960s and is in a pattern called Lakeview. It has a lovely lake village and bridge scene in a pretty blue transferware design. The plate is in very good ++ condition but has one small chip that has not separated from plate.
Probably made by Minton around 1830, this 3-1/2 high by 3-1/2 wide mug is printed in medium blue with a floral sheet pattern. Although the bottom of the mug feels rough, I can see no cracks or repairs. Appearance is excellent. Take a look at the photos for the details.
Usually found on children's wares, this pattern is printed in blue on four 9-1/4 plates. The border of the plates is the familiar Canova border of the pattern made by Thomas Mayer (c. 1826-1838). The mark on the back is, indeed, Canova . The mystery is the designation of the two letters on the back of each plate. They appear to be a J and a T. The Progress of the Quartern Loaf is from a poem written by Mary Belson Elliot in 1820. The poems and scenes on the plates include The Thrasher, The Reaper, The Miller and The Baker. Eliot's poems include The Ploughman and The Sower. Condition of all four plates is excellent. I only have space for eight photos, so please ask for more photos if you would like more details.
This 4-3/4 high by 5 handle to spout pearlware jug is printed in medium and dark blue with the Wedgwood pattern, Hibiscus. Wedgwood made lovely botanical blue and white patterns in the early 19th century. There is a soup bowl in this pattern in this catalog. Other than a Y shaped line on the bottom, that doesn't show on the interior of the jug, condition is excellent. There are no chips, cracks or repairs. The jug is impressed Wedgwood on the bottom. It was probably made around 1820. Take a look at the photos for the details.
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.
This huge jug is 17 to the top of the handle and 16 from the handle to the spout! It is printed in light blue with a chintz or sheet pattern comprised of tiny flowers and leaves against a dotted background. The handle and lug handle (to help you hold this heavy jug)are beautifully molded. If you are looking for a rare and stunning item, this is the piece for you! Although appearance is excellent, there is damage. There are repairs to three places on the base of the jug. The color is not a perfect match. There is wear on both handles, but they have never been off. A tight hairline on the inside of the jug does not go through to the outside. Actually, the jug is in rather good shape! Take a look at the photos for the details. The jug was probably made in Staffordshire around 1840. It was made as a companion to a footbath. Imagine the weight when full of water!
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.
This 8-1/2 pearlware plate is printed in medium to dark blue with a pattern that includes a greek key and a sphinx! The background looks like vermicelli. The plate has no footrim and the edge is painted with ochre enamel. Thus, the plate probably dates from the early 1820s. Condition is excellent, with no chips, cracks or restoration (although there is some flaking to the ochre paint). I have two of these plates in stock. Take a look at the photos for the details.
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.
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.
This 10-1/2 plate was made by Adams in Staffordshire around 1835. It is printed in true red with a Romantic print entitled Fountain Scenery . Condition of the plate is excellent, with no chips, cracks or restoration. Take a look at the photos for the details.
This 8-1/2 pearlware plate is known as Sweetpea, but I am not sure what these flowers are! The plate is printed in dark blue with excellent contrast. Other than minor scratches, from use, that appear when tilted in the light, condition is excellent. Take a look at the photos for the details. If you are looking for an unusual floral pattern, this is the one for you!
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.
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.
This 7 plate is printed in the unusual color combination of blue and brown. What is also unusual is the fishbowls in the border! The pattern name is Fisherman, and that is what the men are doing! This is an excellent gift for the fisherman in you family. Other than a small hairline at two o'clock and some minor wear at the edges, condition is good. Appearance is excellent. Take a look at the photos for the details. The plate was made by Enoch Wood & Sons in Staffordshire around 1835.
This octagonal plate is printed in cafe au lait brown with a lurcher,a greyhound and a man in a kilt. The title, Sporting Scenes, is apt! The plate was made by J.F. Wileman in Staffordshire between 1870-1892. Take a look at the photos for the details. Condition is excellent. If you like plates with dogs, this is the one for you!
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.
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.
This 10-1/2 plate was made by John Clyde Scenery . This is a serial pattern, with each size having a different central view united by the same border. Condition of the plate is excellent, with only a tiny chip on the back. Take a look at all of the photos for the details.
Printed in dark blue, the pattern of this pearlware custard cup is known as the Etruscan pattern. The comma shape is quite unusual. Although it is thought to be a custard cup, the serrated rim makes me wonder! Other than a chip on the inside of the rim, condition is excellent. Take a look at all of the photos for the details. If you like unusual shapes, this is the transferware item for you!
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.
This 9-1/2 soup bowl is printed in brown with a lovely Aesthetic Movement pattern entitled Neil . It should have been called Poppy ! The large poppy sits to the side of the bowl and floats onto the border. It rests against a pattern that resemble fabric, perhaps a Japanese kimono. There is ric-rac encircling the inner rim of the bowl and two birds! This is a gorgeous pattern! Take a look at all of the photos for the details. Condition is excellent.
Plate Blue Transferware Galleon Steventon Antique Ship
This is a neat antique blue transfer or transferware plate measuring 9 inches in diameter in a pattern called Galleon made by John Steventon and Sons, Buslem England 1912-1928. The ironstone scenic or topographical plate features a coastal castle, a sailing ship and a boat unloading cargo. The very decorative and collectible plate is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks and only a few utensil marks.
This 9-1/2 soup plate was introduced by the Wedgwood factory around around 1806-1807. It is printed in medium to dark vibrant blue with hibiscus flowers surrounding a geometric reserve. The border contains stylized flowers against a diamond shaped fence alternating with four different oriental buildings. Take a look at all of the photos for the details. Condition is excellent. The plate is impressed WEDGWOOD .
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.
Made by J. Meigh 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.