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
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 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.
Brown Transfer & Polychrome On Ironstone Gravy Or Sauce Boat
This sauce or gravy boat has a brown transfer flower and leaf print with polychrome highlights and was made in the U.S.A. sometime between the 1890's and 1910's. It was most likely made by one of the numerous Ohio potteries and the mark on the bottom was used by quite a few US companies with minor variations and I have been unable to pinpoint this one exactly. It is in very good condition with no chips, cracks or repairs and it has good detail. There are some minor wear spots in the print at the edge of the bulge in the sides, there was a thin stripe of gold around the upper edge wish is almost entirely worn away and there is some minor crazing in the glaze. This transferware gravy or sauce boat is marked Iron Stone China above a crest and crown mark with a lion on one side and a unicorn on the other with Warranted underneath (see photos) and is 8 long, 4 wide and 3 1/4 high to the top of the handle.
The pattern name of this blue transfer plate is Florentine and it was made by T. J. hairline crack on the edge (see photos), some minor crazing of the glaze and a few very minor scratches from use and stacking. This ironstone transferware plate is marked T. J. in diameter.
Cobalt Blue Transfer With Polychrome & Lustre Highlights Oriental Scene Soup Bowl
This soup bowl has a cobalt blue transfer print with polychrome and lustre highlights of an Oriental scene and was most likely made in Holland or Belgium sometime between the 1890's and 1920's. It is in very good condition with no chips, cracks or repairs and the print has good color and detail. There are a few light, minor scratches from use and stacking. The body of the china is semi translucent and the dark, cobalt transfer print is reminiscent of flow blow as it is visible through to the underside (see photos). This transferware soup bowl is marked on the bottom with an impressed, underlined 4 beside a swirl-like symbol along with a printed N and a hand painted M (see photos) and is 8 3/4 in diameter and 1 3/8 high.
Brown Transfer And Polychrome 18 1/2" Turkey Platter
This large brown transfer turkey platter has polychrome highlights and was most likely made in England in the 1920's or 1930's. It is in good condition with no cracks or repairs and the transfer print has good detail. There are two chips on the rim (see photos) with several flakes elsewhere and a few minor skips in the print. This transferware turkey platter is not marked and is 18 3/8 long and 13 3/4 wide.
The pattern name of this green transfer saucer is Glenmere and it was made by Alfred Meakin in England somewhere between 1897 and 1930. It is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or repairs and it has good detail of the Glenmere design. There are a few insignificant scratches from use and stacking; it looks as though it was barely used. This transferware saucer is marked Glenmere Royal Semi Porcelain Alfred Meakin Ltd. England on the bottom (see photos, the Ltd. in the Meakin mark was added in 1897 and dropped around 1930) and is 6 in diameter.
Petrus Regout, Maastricht Green Transfer & Polychrome Oriental Cup
This green transfer with polychrome highlights Maastricht cup has an Oriental pattern similar to Willow Ware and was made in Holland by Petrus Regout high, 3 5/16 in diameter at the top and 4 1/8 across including the handle.
Fair Winds The Friendship Of Salem 10 5/8" Dinner Plate
This is the 10 5/8 dinner plate in the Fair Winds line made by Alfred Meakin in England in the 1980's or 1990's and has a transfer print depicting the Friendship of Salem. It is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or repairs and it has good pattern detail. The print was copied from the original copper engraving used depicting Historical Scenes of Chinese Export to America (see photos for mark). This transferware dinner plate is 10 5/8 in diameter.
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.
Porcelain mug and saucer with transferware picture of peasant women. It looks like a German shaving mug to me; might also be for coffee or hot chocolate, too big for a teacup. Bottom of up has incised numbers: 1339 over 7200. Saucer is 5.75 wide; cup is 3.5 tall x 3 wide. Good overall condition; cup has one teensy fleabite on upper rim, (hard to spot it, you can find it by running finger around rim); saucer has some white spots on pink area, but this is under the glaze. Very pretty for display!
The pattern name of this brown transfer pitcher is Indian and it was made by S. Fielding high, 4 in diameter at the top, 5 7/8 across from spout tip to handle end and 4 3/4 in diameter at its widest point.
Ridgway Windsor Brown Transfer & Polychrome Pin Tray
The pattern of this brown transfer pin tray is called Windsor and it was made by Ridgway in England in the 1960's. It is in very good condition with no chips, cracks or repairs and the transfer print of the Windsor design is very good. There is a small, very minor molding defect at the rim; a small dimple in the pottery that is filled in with glaze that cannot be felt and barely seen. This transferware pin tray with hand painted polychrome highlights is marked Ridgway Est. 1792 Staffordshire England All Colours Guaranteed Underglaze And Detergent Proof Windsor on the bottom (see photos) and is 4 3/8 in diameter and 5/8 high.
Mason's Patent Ironstone Brown Transfer & Polychrome Ascot Ashtray
The pattern name of this brown transfer with polychrome highlights ashtray is Ascot and it was made by Messrs. Mason's Ironstone China Ltd. in England in the 1950's or 1960's. It is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or repairs and the transfer print of the Ascot design is good. This transferware ashtray is marked Mason's Patent Ironstone Ascot England on the bottom (see photos) and is 3 1/2 square.
Blue Transferware Plate Monticello Ridgways England
This is a vintage ironstone blue transferware or transfer ware plate that is 9.75 inches in diameter. This great plate was manufactured by the Olde English Staffordshire Ware Company, a division of Ridgways, England for John H. Roth and Co. USA between 1933-1956. This plate was made to commemorate Monticello, Thomas Jefferson's plantation in Virginia. It is a lovely pattern, very intricate especially the flower and fruit border. It is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or restorations.
4 3/4 tall x 9 1/2 spout to handle, EXCELLENT Condition without problems or damage. Beautiful piece. Black Tranfer Design on Creamy white creamer. We believe this mark to be from c.1950s Keywords: 1950s 50s fifties memorabilia collectible collectibles collectable collectables vintage antique sale buy decor tableware decorating pitchers
4 1/4 tall, EXCELLENT Condition without problems or damage. Very minor surface scratchign when held to the light as expected. Beautiful piece. Vibrant colors. Green and Blue abstract leaves in the Carefree Shape. Pattern was discontinued: 1966-1970. Keywords: 1960s 1970s 60s 70s sixties seventies memorabilia collectible collectibles collectable collectables vintage antique sale buy decor tableware decorating pitcher
Vintage English Transferware Pitcher-steam Engine Train
Vintage, c.mid-20th century. Marked PV in a circle for Peasant Village which made reissues of railway subject earthenwares for the American market into the 1950's, marked Made in England. Black transfer panoramic design of an early steam engine with passenger train and carriage. Handpainted color accents. Condition-light crazing but not the ugly kind, handle has been repaired in 3 places, no other chips or cracks. Size 6 in.high. A beautiful and decorative piece despite the handle!
Ridgways Platter-rutland Pattern English Transferware
Blue transferware platter, Rutland pattern by Ridgways, reg.no.839359 with production marks. Date for 1942-3. Rose floral bouquet with handpainted color accents. Has a big crack with a small corresponding edge chip, has some crazing and light to medium usage staining, no other problems. 14 1/2 in.long x 11 in. wide. Good for decoration only. Shipping 6lb.zoned priority mail including delivery confirmation, insurance is required.
A great vintage partial page original magazine ad. Ad measures approximately: 4 1/4 x 6 Condition: EXCELLENT. Entire page is present. Certificate of Authenticity is provided to show that this piece is from an original magazine (not a copy). Keywords: memorabilia collectible collectibles collectable collectables vintage antique sale buy ads magazines advertisements collecting advertising shopping merchandise 1910s pottery porcelain dinnerware
This blue transfer soup bowl has center Dutch scene and a flow blue type border similar to Leeds. It is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or repairs and the paint and transfer print are good. There is a minor skip in the blue rim trim at the very edge, a couple tiny bumps of extra pottery and an insignificant scratch or two from use and stacking. This 1920's or 1930's transferware soup bowl is not marked and is 9 in diameter and 1 1/2 high.
Palissy Avon Scenes Plate Blue Transferware England
This is a lovely ironstone plate in a dark blue transfer or transferware pattern called Avon Scenes made by Palissy a division of Royal Worcester, England in the 1970s. The dinner plate measures 9.75 inches in diameter and is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks.
Blue Transferware Stork Compote H&c Ironstone Porcelain
Blue Transferware STORK Compote H&C Ironstone Porcelain. Impressive Blue Transferware Compote with Storks in a tropical pond or lake scene on compote plate top and around the pedestal base. Piece is white porcelain with a faint lt blue cast and over-all crazing. There are a few very light small scratches on plate surface. This piece could be turned upside down and used as a centerpiece or candle stand. The under side of the plate also has two scenes. Underside has a 1/4 inch area where glaze is chipped or nicked. Underside of base has four 1/8 to 1/4 inch chips and light hairlines. It is marked with a double circle with H&C - leaves below circle and a crown above it. A very unique antique transferware piece.
Vintage c.early 1900's transferware plate, 10 1/2 in. diameter.Unmarked, maker unknown. Lavendar blended into the white background, embossed bow design. Realistic motif of strawberries on the plant. No chips or cracks, does have crazing and some staining. Some normal usage wear but not too bad. A nice decorative piece! Shipping 3lb.zoned priority mail including delivery confirmation, insurance is optional at buyer's risk.
Vintage c.1920's Sebring Bros. 7 inch plate. Brown transferware with handpainted accents. Gold edging is intact. No chips or cracks. Does have crazing with a few small stain areas. Nice display piece for a beginning collector! Shipping 2lb.zoned priority mail including delivery confirmation, insurance is optional at buyer's risk.
c.1891-1933, marked Bridgwood & Son, Mikado pattern bone dish. An elegant rose design, black transferware with some bluish flow. Most of gold edging is worn off, no cracks, very minor crazing(not the ugly kind), 1 glaze chip(see detail photo) and a few very small glaze fleabite chips on the edge. 7 in. long. A lovely piece for any transferware collection! Shipping 2 lb.zoned priority mail including delivery confirmation, insurance is required.
This is a wonderful ironstone blue transferware teacup trio consisting of cup, saucer and cake or sandwich plate made during the reign of Queen Victoria of England in the so-called late Victorian period 1880-1900. The set has the Staffordshire rope knot and the pattern name of Seaforth. The saucer and plate have a fancy molded dentil scalloped rim and all pieces have gold trim. The cup is 2.75 inches high by 2.5 inches in diameter. The saucer is 5.5+ inches in diameter and the plate is 6.5 inches in diameter. Th set is in very good condition with no chips or cracks and only some minor gold trim wear. A beautiful set.
7 in. plate, marked Fair Winds, original copper engravings depicting Historical Scenes of Chinese Export to America, U.S.S.Constitution engaging Chinese Junks, Permanent Colors, Dishwasher and Detergent Safe, Alfred Meakin-Staffordshire, England. No chips or cracks, very minor crazing, has a few very minor utensil marks. c.1950's+. Great for gift-giving or as a replacemnet piece! Shipping 2lb.zoned priority mail including delivery confirmation, insurance is optional at buyer's risk.
Lovely floral polychrome demitasse cup, marked Booths, Silicon China, Made in England. c.1920's-1941. Brown transfer design on a cream ground, handpainted accents, green borders. No chips or cracks, light crazing. Perfect for gift-giving! Shipping $4.60 US priority mail including delivery confirmation, insurance is optional at buyer's risk.
Vintage c.1900+, stylized floral transferware butterpat, cobalt blue borders, motif is pink roses with green, gold and black. Unmarked. May be American. Has a few edge glaze nicks and usage staining, has crazing but not the ugly kind, no cracks, no big chips. A lovely piece for any butterpat collection! Shipping $4.60 priority mail including delivery confirmation, insurance is optional at buyer's risk.
1851 English Transfer Demitasse Cup/saucer-japanpattern
English transferware demitasse cup and saucer. Japan pattern. Marked with Staffordshire knot logo and P.R., Prize Medal 1851 Japan, #52. I could not find a reference for the company. Elegant design with burnt orange, gold and brown. No chips or cracks, just light crazing and normal usage wear of the gold(heaviest wear is on the saucer edge and cup top edge). A lovely piece for any collection! Shipping includes Insurance and Delivery Confirmation!!
Large antique Pitcairn Ltd. English serving platter. c:1895-1901. Very heavy, early platter with blue mark on backside: Porcelain Royale Pitcairns Limited, Turnstall, England, Aquilla 12. It is not porcelain; likely semi-porcelain. The frontside is a bit disclored, but really is not bad; although the backside is more discolored. The distinctive blue color on this platter is what is most attractive! No chips or cracks, and is 14.75 wide x 10.5 wide. If you do not like the authentic antique look of old china, you can use a 90% hydrogen peroxide from a pharmicist to soak out the discoloration; just immerse the platter in the solution for a few days, then wash and rinse, but never use bleach!
Vintage c.mid-1800's butterpat, marked Wood & Son.England, Rd.No.745(rest is illegible). Brown floral spray transfer with blue accents. 2 5/8 in.square. Condition-minor wear of the gold border, has crazing, no bad stains, 1 corner has 2 cracks, a few crazing lines are dark which look like cracks at first but aren't, 1 glaze pop. Under the top edge is a chip which is glazed over, so it is a factory defect. A really nice piece despite condition problems! Shipping $4.60 US priority mail including delivery confirmation, insurance is optional at buyer's risk.
Vintage c.pre-WWII 4 1/2 in. square English transferware nut dish, brown floral spray with yellow accents. Unmarked. Condition-no chips, has a crack in the corner(see photo), also has stained crazing. Gold edge is only slightly worn. An unusual piece which could be used everyday! Shipping $4.60 US priority mail including delivery confirmation, insurance is optional at buyer's risk.
Vintage 1906-1912 Burgess & Leigh Vermont pattern vegetable bowl, lid is missing. Marked & has pad mark Rd.36241. Condition-1 handle has been repaired, has a crack and crazing(stained crazing inside) Normal wear on the gold accents. No chips. A stunning and rare piece despite condition. Perfect for display! Priced according to condition.
John Ascuaga's Nugget--This Tiki vase stands 7 1/4 tall, the opening across the mouth at the top is 2 3/4 . The inside of the piece as well as the bottom and top rim are a shiny glaze. The Tiki part is a matt finish over raw clay. The back of the Tiki is marked... Trader Dick's John Ascuaga's Nugget Reno Area's Favorite Hotel Casino. The piece is in good condition without chips or cracks.
A beautiful pottery gravy boat in a desirable pattern. Several images below. look for other pieces we may have in this pattern. Measures: 4 1/2 tall. Note the color chip shown in the image. Fresh from an early Connecticut estate. No other problems with this piece. Transfer decoration is excellent. Very little wear overall. Wonderful modern shape. Keywords: memorabilia collectible collectibles collectable collectables advertising vintage antique sale buy 1960s sizties 60s shopping patents prints gift gifts dinnerware pattern
Pink transferware soup plate, marked Design Copyrighted, The Mayflower(pattern name), vitrified, James M. Shaw & Co., New York, England. Age uncertain, possibly c.late 19th-early 20th century. No cracks or crazing, has 1 edge chip, and some utensil marks. A pretty piece for any collection! Shipping 3lb.USPS priority mail or parcel post both inclduing delivery confirmation, insurance is optional at buyer's risk.