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  • Price: $375.00
    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.
  • Price: $275.00
    Clews Blue Transferware Cup And Saucer 1825
    This pearlware dark blue cup and saucer was made by James & Ralph Clews in Staffordshire around 1825. The pattern of a young girl holding a bouquet of flowers is quite uncommon. Although the color is dark blue, there is lots of contrast in the print. There are a few little bubbles in-the-making on the face of the saucer as well as a line on the back that doesn't go through to the front. The cup has an in-the-making spot near the bottom rim where it stuck to something in the kiln. Appearance is excellent, and there are no chips, cracks or repairs. Take a look at all of the photos for the details.
  • Price: $450.00
    Pearlware Blue Transfer Coffee Pot 1820
    This 11-1/2 pearlware coffee pot is printed with an English country scene that contains a very high bridge. I have owned a saucer in this pattern for many years, and still cannot discover where or if the bridge exists. I hope someone will know. The pattern is printed twice on the pot, and the border appears on the lid and the handle. There is minor chipping around the spout, an excellent repair to a chip on the edge of the lid, and a 2 line in the pattern around the collar of the pot. Appearance is excellent. I didn't even know there was a repair to the lid until I was photographing the pot for my website! Take a look at all of the photos for the details. The coffee pot was probably made in Staffordshire around 1820.
  • Price: $200.00
    Purple Transferware Chinoiserie Soup
    This 8-1/2 purple transfer soup is printed with a charming Chinoiserie pattern entitled Chinese Juvenile Sports. It was made in Staffordshire around 1835 possibly by Thomas Barlow. Condition is excellent with no chips, cracks or restoration. Take a look at all of the photos for the details. This is a serial pattern where every size has a different central pattern.
  • Price: $675.00
    Blue Transferware Toast Rack Peace 1835
    The pattern name for this charming toast Rack is Peace . It is printed in light and medium blue with a child astride a lion. There is a lamb resting at the lion's side. The toast rack is 8 by 4-1/4 by 4-3/4 high. The open work of the separations is beautifully done. Two sides meet in the middle with a curled end. The shape and effect is like a Gothic arch. Take a look at all of the photos for the details. Other than a repair to a clean break on one of the arches, condition is excellent. The toast rack was probably made in Staffordshire around 1835-1840.
  • Price: $575.00
    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.
  • Price: $375.00
    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.
  • Price: $115.00
    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.
  • Price: $1450.00
    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.
  • Price: $9.95
    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!
  • Price: $350.00
    Adams Soup Tureen Dark Blue Ladle 1825
    Ladles are usually missing from sauce and soup tureens as they are so fragile. This dark blue transferware soup tureen lade is from Adam's Regent's Park Series, and dates from about 1825. The bowl of the ladle is 3-3/4 and depicts foliage. The ladle is overall about 9 . There are three places where the glaze didn't cover the ladle; on the outside rim of the bowl, the side of the bottom of the handle and at the top of the handle. There are no cracks, and the handle has never been off. Appearance is excellent. If you are looking for a soup ladle for your historical dark blue soup tureen, this is the item for you! Take a look at all of the photos for the details.
  • Price: $14.95
    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.
  • Price: $7.50
    1913 Homer Laughlin China Mag. Ad
    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
  • Price: $85.00
    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!
  • Price: $48.00
    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.
  • Price: $575.00
    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.
  • Price: $100.00
    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.
  • Price: $210.00
    Child's Plate August C 1835
    This 5-1/4 pearlware plate is printed in orange (the old red) with a figure representing the month of August. The print, which includes birds and sheves of wheat, is surrounded by a border of molded daisies enamelled with pink and green centers. Condition is excellent. Month plates make wonderful birthday gifts. Take a look at all of the photos for the details.
  • Price: $125.00
    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.
  • Price: $595.00
    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!
  • Price: $9.95
    Vintage Strawberries Transferware Plate
    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.
  • Price: $4.95
    Vintage Sebring Bros. 7in. Plate-floral
    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.
  • Price: $215.00
    Mayer Pink Transferware Mogul Scenery Soup
    This 8-3/4 soup is printed in a soft pink with an almost violet tinge. The pattern, which is entitled Mogul Scenery, was made by the Mayer factory in Staffordshire around 1835. The pattern includes an elephant in its imaginative center. It is quite a romantic pattern! Condition is excellent with no cracks, chips or repairs. Take a look at all of the photos for the details.
  • Price: $375.00
    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.
  • Price: $650.00
    Brown Transferware Jug 1838
    This jug is 10-1/4 to the top of the handle and 9-1/4 to the top of the spout. It is printed in dark brown with a fruit and flower border both inside and outside. The pattern contains the Romatic Staffordshire prerequisites of cows, people, ruins, river and mountains. The pattern is very familiar. Let me know if you know the pattern name. Take a look at all of the photos for the details. The jug was probably made in Staffordshire around 1835. Condition is excellent.
  • Price: $350.00
    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.
  • Price: $275.00
    Dark Blue Transferware Cup And Saucer 1825
    Made by William Adams in Staffordshire around 1825, this dark blue cup and sauce is printed with the pattern known as visit to my Lady's Bower. It is a very romantic scene! Except for a flaw on the outside rim of the cup where the pattern and glaze missed, condition is excellent. Take a look at all of the photos for the details. The last blurred photo is an attempt to show the impressed Adams mark.
  • Price: $375.00
    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.
  • Price: $95.00
    Spode/copeland & Garrett Imari Pattern Soup
    This 10 soup bowl is printed in blue and enamelled in burnt orange and gold in an Imari pattern. It was made by Copeland flake to the rim. Take a look at all of the photos for the details.
  • Price: $35.00
    Bridgwood & Son Mikado Flow Black Bone Dish
    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.
  • Price: $350.00
    Aesthetic Transferware Brown Platter Anglais
    This 15-3/4 by 12-3/4 platter was made in Staffordshire around 1880. The rich brown transfer is my favorite color used for Aesthetic Movement transferware. The pattern name is Anglais . Each size in the series depicts different English scenes in post card like reserves surrounded by the natural world. Butterflies, flowers and a spider in her web make a delightful border around Warwick Castle and Guy's Cliff. Condition is excellent.
  • Price: $88.00
    Teacup Trio Staffordshire Transferware Seaforth Antique
    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.
  • Price: $245.00
    Brown Transferware Rogers Soup Bowl 1835
    Made in Staffordshire around 1835, this 10 soup bowl is printed in medium to dark brown with a lovely print that includes cows, ruins and vases. The name of the pattern is Vase for the vases printed in the border. The piece is impressed Rogers on the back. Condition is excellent. There are five of these plates in inventory. Take a look at all of the photos for the details.
  • Price: $300.00
    Vignette Blue Transferware Plate 1820
    Plate, 9.75 inches. The Vignette series, which was made by John Bagster in Staffordshire around 1820, has central patterns of rural scenes surrounded by a lush border of roses and ribbons. This scene depicts a shepherd and his sheep. I have many of these plates. Condition of all of the plates is excellent. They are being sold separately. However, if you are interested in obtaining more than one, I can offer a better price. Take a look at all of the photos for details.
  • Price: $450.00
    Pearlware Blue Transfer Veg Tureen Vignette
    This vegetable tureen, which is part of the Vignette service I am listing, is 12-1/2 by 9 and 8 high to the top of the flower shaped finial on the lid. It has four different pattern, one on the bottom of the base, two on the sides of the base and one on the lid. All are lovely prints of rural scenes. I have two of these tureens. Other than two minor chips under the handle on the base, condition is excellent with no other chips, cracks or restoration. The tureen was made in Staffordshire by John Bagster around 1820. Take a look at all of the photos for the details.
  • Price: $450.00
    Pearlware Blue Transfer Veg Tureen Vignette
    This vegetable tureen, which is part of the Vignette service I am listing, is 12-1/2 by 9 and 8 high to the top of the flower-shaped finial on the lid. It has four different pattern, one on the bottom of the base, two on the sides of the base and one on the lid. All are lovely prints of rural scenes. I have two of these tureens. There is a minor chip under the handle on the base as well as some wear to the finial. Condition for its age is excellent with no other chips, cracks or restoration. Take a look at all of the photos for the details. The tureen was made in Staffordshire by John Bagster around 1820.
  • Price: $375.00
    Pearlware 11-1/2" Platter Vignette Patte
    This lovely 11-1/2 by 8-1/2 platter is part of the Vignette series. The central pattern has a lovely country scene of men in a hay cart. All of the patterns in this series contain rural scenes of early 19th century England. Except for an in the making nick at the bottom of the platter, condition is excellent. The series was made in Staffordshire by John Bagster around 1820. Take a look at all of the photos for the details.
  • Price: $200.00
    Blue Transferware Vignette Plate 1820
    The 8 plate in the Vignette series contains a milkmaid, two cows and a young man in the central pattern. They are surrounded by a lush border of roses and ribbons. This plate is one of twenty-four pieces I am offering in this pattern. The central view on each size is different. Condition of this plate is excellent. The plate was made in Staffordshire by John Bagster around 1820. Take a look at all of the photos for the details.
  • Price: $475.00
    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.
  • Price: $1650.00
    Keeling Views In Mesopotamia Platter 1820
    Made by Thomas Keeling in Staffordshire around 1820, this huge 20 by 17 platter is beautifully printed in a pattern entitled Views in Mesopotamia . Each size in the series has a different central view. The center is fairly small which leaves room for an inner border of large flowers. There is also an outer border of birds and flowers as well as a molded edge which contains shells. This is an amazing platter! There is a tiny nick in the molding at about 12 o'clock as well as a knife mark in the center which is mainly hidden by the pattern. Take a look at all of the photos for the details.
  • Price: $12.95
    Fair Winds By A.meakin English Transferware Plate
    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.
  • Price: $450.00
    Large Chinoiserie Pearlware Platter 1800
    This pearlware platter is printed in dark blue with a wonderful Chinoiserie pattern. It is quite large--20-1/2 by 15-1/4 . The platter is early transferware as it dates from around 1800. It is over two hundred years old! Other than seven or so chips on rim--only one is actually noticeable--condition is excellent. Take a look at all of the photos for the details.
  • Price: $450.00
    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.
  • Price: $115.00
    Spode Stoneware Temple Landscape Plate
    This 9-1/2 stoneware soup was made by the Spode Factory between 1830-1820. The pattern name is Temple Landscape I. There is a printed Spode mark on the back. Condition is excellent with no chips, cracks or restoration. The blues range from medium to dark. Stoneware is so durable that you could use it everyday! Or, since it is nearly 200 years old, put it on the wall.
  • Price: $295.00
    Spode Pearlware Drainer Forest Landscape 1820
    This 12-3/4 by 9 pearlware drainer was made by Spode in Staffordshire around 1820. It is in the Forest Landscape II pattern. A drainer is an insert for a platter so that the juice from the meat can drain. Simple. Condition is excellent with no chips, cracks or restoration. Take a look at all of the photos for the details. The pattern of the drain holes is quite interesting. There is a printed upper case Spode mark on the back.
  • Price: $150.00
    Chinoiserie Bone China Porcelain Platter 1800
    This 10-1/2 by 7-3/4 platter is printed in medium to dark blue with a Chinoiserie pattern. The pattern is Bridge II. The color is much more beautiful than my photographs. The platter is made of bone china porcelain rather than earthenware. There is combing on the back. Condition is excellent. It was probably made in Staffordshire around 1800-1810.
  • Price: $375.00
    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.
  • Price: $275.00
    Red Transferware Child's Plate Dog 1840
    Plate, 6 inches. This child's plate is printed in red with a charming design of a child riding on a dog! Dogs big enough for children to ride or pull children in carts were popular in the 19th century; dogs such as St. Bernards and Newfoundlands. The title is The Young Cavalier . It was made in Staffordshire around 1835-1840. If you like wonderful children's plates, this is the one for you! Condition is excellent.
  • Price: $6.95
    Booths-england Polychrome Demitasse Cup
    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.
  • Price: $1250.00
    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.
  • Price: $400.00
    Blue Transferware Derbyshire Plate 1825
    This 10 pearlware plate has an unusual border whose band of dark blue mirrors the dark blue band on the inner border. The view, which is named on the back, is Foremark, Derbyshire, Seat of Sir Francis Burdett, Bar . Condition is excellent with no chips, cracks or restoration. Take a look at all of the photos for the details.
  • Price: $450.00
    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.
  • Price: $350.00
    Pearlware Blue Transferware Sheet Pattern Pl
    This 8-1/4 pearlware plate is beautifully printed in a sheet pattern of grapes and grape leaves. Condition is excellent with no chips, cracks or restoration. The plate probably dates from around 1820. Take a look at all of the photos for the details.
  • Price: $450.00
    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.
  • Price: $350.00
    Pineapple Border Blue Transferware Plate 1825
    Known as the Pineapple Border Series, this 9-1/2 pearlware plate is beautifully printed in a soft, medium blue with a bucolic scene with cows. The plate is entitled Kirkham Priory, Yorkshire with a printed mark on the back. Condition is excellent with no chips, cracks or restoration. I have six of these plates. If you want the whole set, I can offer a better price. Take a look at all of the photos for the details. The plate was probably made in Staffordshire around 1825. By the way, see if you can locate the pineapple!
  • Price: $525.00
    Spode Aesops Fables Lion In Love Soup 1833
    This nearly 10 soup bowl in printed in green with one of my favorite fables, The Lion in Love. Made by the Spode Factory around 1833, the soup has both impressed and printed marks. Take a look at all of the photos for the details. Condition is excellent with no cracks, chips or restoration.
  • Price: $225.00
    Copeland & Garrett Aesops Fables Plate
    Aesops Fables is a very popular series. It was made by Spode and continued by Copeland plate was made by Copeland The Fox and the Lion . It is fun to look up the fables on the Internet! Condition is excellent except for a tiny nick at about 10:00 o'clock. Take a look at all of the details. I will add that the green transfer is particularly vibrant!
  • Price: $9.95
    Floral Transferware Butterpat C.1900
    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.
  • Price: $29.95
    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!!
  • Price: $300.00
    Spode Botanical Green Transferware Dish 1835
    The dark green beautifully printed 10-1/2 by 8 dish was made by Copeland Nasturtian which is printed on the back. The many lobed form is very pleasing. There are two tiny nicks under the rim which are not visible from the front. Appearance is excellent. I'd love to see more pieces in this series. If you like botanicals, this is the one for you! Take a look at all of the photos for the details.
  • Price: $325.00
    E. Wood Cup & Saucer Cupid Series 1825
    Impressed Wood for Enoch Wood whatever but that would be too trite. The saucer is 5-3/4 and the cup is 3-1/4 in diameter and 2-1/2 high. There is a tiny bit of untensil wear on the saucer. The cup is in excellent condition with only a nick on the base ring which cannot be seen when the cup is on the table. Appearance of both pieces is excellent. Take a look at the photos for the details.
  • Price: $325.00
    Ridgway Pink Transferware Teapot 1835
    This pearlware teapot is printed in either light red or pink. The Romantic Staffordshire pattern is complemented by the ruffled shape of the pot. Even the handle is frilled! There is a meandering hairline crack in the base of the pot that extends briefly into the body. It is barely visible unless you look in the pot. There is also a minor nick on the spout. There are no other cracks, chips or restoration. The lid is perfect and has the steam hole. Appearance is excellent. The teapot was probably made around 1835. Thanks to Laura Shannon, I now know the pattern name is Japonica. It was made by John Ridgway.
  • Price: $125.00
    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.
  • Price: $99.00
    Antique Staffordshire Serving Platter
    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!
  • Price: $395.00
    Blue Transferware Coffee Pot With Deer 1825
    can't resist buying pearlware coffee pots even when they are damaged. This small coffe pot--10 to the top of the finial and 8-1/2 from the handle to the spout--has a poorly repaired area on the border of the pot over the deer as well as chips on the collar of the lid which do not show when the lid is on. The good news is the handle, spout and finial are in good to excellent condition and the pot displays well. I have never seen this pattern before. The large deer on one side are most appealing and the tumbled down village on the other side is amusing. The village looks as if it has undergone an earthquake! Take a look at all of the photos to see the details. The ribbing on the spout is quite wonderful. The pot was probably made in Staffordshire around 1825.
  • Price: $275.00
    Jackson's Clyde Scenery Soup Bowl 1835
    This 10-1/4 black transferware soup bowl soup bowl is printed in the popular pattern, Clyde Scenery. It was made in Staffordshire byt John & Job Jackson around 1835. The Clyde is a river in the Glasgow area and thus the series depicts scenes from 19th century Scotland. The center pattern is different in each size and shape in this series. There are other items from this series in my catalog so do a search if you are interested. For example, there is a large brown transferware platter. Condition of the soup bowl is excellent with no chips, cracks or restoration. Take a look at all of the photos for the details.
  • Price: $300.00
    Victorian Chintz Purple Jug 1840
    This beautifully molded jug is 7 to the top of the handle and 6-1/2 from the handle to the spout. The jug is printed in purple and enamelled under the glaze with pink, green, blue and ochre. Other than a creamier color on the inside of the jug, condition is excellent with no cracks, chips or restoration. Take a look at all of the photos for the details.
  • Price: $11.99
    Syracuse China Restaurantware Oval Dish
    This great little plate is elliptical in shape (5 3/4 x 7 ). No chips. Some scratching of surface from use. Maroon painted stripe border. See image for green mark. Heavy. S&H included in the US.
  • Price: $225.00
    Pearlware Blue Transferware Mug 1820
    Large mugs in early transferware are not common. This 5-1'4 high by 4-1/2 wide by 6 to the handle pearlware mug is printed in medium to very dark blue in a Chinoiserie pattern that looks familiar but I hope someone can identify it for me. In a reserve opposite the handle there are four men in Middle Eastern garb. The reserve is surrounded by stylized leaves and flowers that look very modern. There is a border design of Vs and 1s inside the mug. There is an ochre line around the rim. The mug is being sold as Is . There are chips on the base rim which cannot be seen when the mug is standing. There is also a large stabilized Y' shaped crack that runs from the rim to the bottom of the mug. Luckily, most of it is hidden in the pattern. The rest of the mug is in good condition. Appearance, despite the damage, is excellent. Take a look at all of the photos to see the details.
  • Price: $350.00
    Enoch Wood Blue Transferware Soup 1825
    This is one of my favorite series and Enoch Wood is one of my favorite factories! This 10-1/4 soup bowl is beautifully printed in a deep cobalt blue with a charming pattern entitled The Young Philosopher . The boy sits reading a book surrounded by his toys as his mother looks fondly at him. What a wonderful gift for your favorite child! And, what a window is opened onto the interior world of early 19th century Britain. The soup is in good condition with no cracks, chips or restoration. Although the glaze is shiny, there are scratches to the pattern which are seen when tilted in the light. What may look like damage at about 2 o'clock near the border is a skip in the pattern which was done in the making. Take a look at all of the photos for the details. The pattern is remarkable from the array of toys to the glasses on the boy! And, the form is quite wonderful with its lovely molded rim. The soup bowl was made in Staffordshire around 1825.
  • Price: $9.95
    Wood & Sons Brown/blue Floral Butterpat
    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.
  • Price: $9.95
    Vintage English Brown Floral Spray Nut Dish
    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.
  • Price: $950.00
    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.
  • Price: $75.00
    Burgess & Leigh Vermont Vegetable Bowl
    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.
  • Price: $475.00
    Blue Transfer British Views Toilet Box 1825
    Made in Staffordshire by Hicks British Views . There are different views in this series. This one has a wonderful spaniel in the foreground. Let me know if you are familiar with the breed. The box was used to hold either a razor or a toothbrush. It is 6-3/4 by 2-3/4 by 1-1/2 high. The box has recently been restored. Appearance is excellent. Take a look at all of the photos for the details.
  • Price: $250.00
    Victorian Chintz Teal Transfer Small Jug 1840
    This is the smallest Victorian Chintz jug that I am listing. It is 5-1/4 high to the top of the handle, 4-3/4 from the handle to the spout and 3-1/4 in diameter. The molding is unusual as it pops out with flowers and leaves along the rim and the handle. The flowers and leaves are decorated in dark green, yellow and pink making the handle and rim look like 3-D! The teal green transfer of dots, branches, flowers and odd shapes is clobbered in dark pink and yellow. The print on the inside of the jug is like the cells of a honeycomb. There are three places on one side of the jug where the glaze has flaked. This may be seen in the photos. Appearance is excellent. The jug was probably made in Staffordshire around 1840-1850. Take a look at all of the photos for the details.
  • Price: $475.00
    Purple Transfer Victorian Chintz Jug 1835
    This jug stands 7-1/4 to the top of the handle, is 7-1/2 from the spout to the handle and is 4-1/2 in diameter. It is printed in a soft purple with large flowers and birds which rest against a background of trefoils. The flowers and birds are enamelled in bright yellow, purple, blue, pink and green. The handle is amazing as it resembles flowers bursting from flowers! At least to me. There are two tiny lines near the handle which do not go through to the other side and minor wear on the handle and on the spout. Appearance is excellent. The bottom is marked C which probably stands for Chetham and Robinson. Take a look at all of the photos for the details.
  • Price: $475.00
    Vic Chintz Black Transfer/lion Head Spout Jug
    This jug has everything! It is 7 to the top of the handle, 7 from the handle to the spout and 3-1/2 in diameter. The jug is transfer printed in black with flowers, leaves and what look like either shell or butterflies! The pattern is brightly clobbered with blue, pink, yellow and green enamels. The best part is the spout which is a molded lion head that the painter decided to paint in real lion colors. His mane and face are a mustard yellow with black highlights and his eyes and nose are also black. This is most charming--to me. The jug was probably made in Staffordshire around 1840-1850. Condition is excellent. Take a look at all of the photos for the details.
  • Price: $475.00
    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.
  • Price: $350.00
    Davenport Blue Transferware Villagers Plate
    Known as the Villagers pattern, this 9-3/4 plate was made by the Davenport Factory in Staffordshire around 1820. It is crisply printed in shades of blue that range from medium to dark. The pattern includes a family and their dog with the village and church in the background. The border consists of what appears to be honeysuckle, scrolls and honeycombs! I have four of these plates. Condition is excellent.
  • Price: $12.00
    Trader Dicks Tiki Vase John Ascuagas Nugget
    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.
  • Price: $200.00
    Riley Flowers Blue Transferware Cup Plate
    A 3-3/4 dark blue pearlware cup plate in the popular Riley pattern known as Flowers and Vases. The cup plate is so small the the vase has been eliminated! Also, the border stringing is a bit different from the larger version. You can view a10 plate in this pattern in my catalog. Other than a very faint line on the back at one o'clock, condition is excellent. The cup plate was made in Staffordshire around 1825.
  • Price: $795.00
    Blue Transferware Sheet Pattern Platter 1820
    A 20-1/2 by 16 pearlware platter is a sheet pattern comprising sylized flowers, leaves and curlicues against a dotted background. What a wonderful design! There is a small repair to the pattern at about 6 o'clock. Appearance is excellent. I have the same pattern in a soup bowl in this catalog which is clobbered. I didn't realize this was the same pattern for quite awhile as it looks so different with the added colors. The platter was probably made in Staffordshire around 1820. Take a look at all of the photos for the details.
  • Price: $525.00
    Quadruped Variation Transfer Teapot C 1825
    This dark blue pearlware teapot is printed in what is known as a Quadruped variation with a fallow deer and her fawn. The pot is 10 from the handle to the spout, 6-1/2 high, 5 across and it stands on four tiny scrolled feet. Although the appearance of the teapot is excellent, it has been very restored. The lid is the sugar bowl lid and has had restoration to the finial and edges. The base has restoration to a crack under the handle and on one side near the handle. This sounds worse than it looks! The teapot was probably made in Staffordshire around 1825. Take a look at all of the photos to see the details.
  • Price: $375.00
    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.
  • Price: $195.00
    Dr Syntax Sells Grizzle Child's Plate 1830
    The worst things about this plate are the photos! This 7 pearlware plate is printed in a reddish brown with the scene of Dr. Syntax selling his horse. The country scene includes the comic Dr. Syntax, his horse, two dogs and some businessmen. The raised border has seven different animals: a squirrel, a turkey, a ram, a swan, a goat a deer and a rooster. The are beautifully molded. Other than a stabilized hairline at seven o'clock, condition is excellent. The plate was probably made in Staffordshire around 1830. I have a small collection of Dr. Syntax items in this catalog as he is such a charming character!
  • Price: $195.00
    Red Transferware Belzoni Plate 1830
    Hunting ostriches must be an acquired taste! This red and white 9-1/4 plate was made by Enoch Wood & Sons in Staffordshire around 1830. The pattern name is Belzoni. Each size and shape in this series has a different center scene surrounded by a border of reserves containing hunting scenes punctuated by reserves of grapes, grape leaves and flowers. Other than a small flake on the edge at about four o'clock, condition is excellent.
  • Price: $17.99
    Modern 1962 Salem Biscayne Gravy Boat
    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
  • Price: $495.00
    Adams Purple Transfer Harvest Jug 1830
    This beautifully molded pearlware jug is 9 high to the top of the handle, 9-1/2 from the handle to the spout and 5 across. It is printed in a rich magenta purple with a scene know as Harvest . The charming bucolic scene shows men and women harvesting hay. There are bunches of flowers around the rim, under the spout, on the handle and inside the jug. There is a lovely leaf like detail printed on the base. The jug appears perfect but inside one can see four hairline cracks that go through to the front but can barely be seen. The cracks have been stabilized so that the jug is sound. The jug was made in Staffordshire by the Adams Factory in the 1830's. Take a look at all five of the photos to see the details of the pattern. If you like English country scenes, this is the piece for you!
  • Price: $375.00
    Purple Transfer Pair Of Knife Rest C 1835
    Here is a pair of Romantic Staffordshire pearlware knife rest printed in purple. Purple is a rare color for knife rests. The rests are 3-3/4 by 1 . One of the rests is damaged which a large chip off of one end. The other is in excellent condition. They were probably made in Staffordshire around 1835.
  • Price: $275.00
    Two Color Transfer Festoon Border Pl 1835
    Enoch Wood plate is printed in chocolate brown and dark red in the popular Festoon Border Series. As the border contains suspension bridges, sometimes the pattern is called Suspension Bridges. Take a look at the photos to see the bridges as all the bridges are different. I'd love to know the name of the cathdral in the center of the plate. Condition is excellent. It was made in Staffordshire around 1835.
  • Price: $250.00
    Prattware Pearlware Cup Plate C 1820
    I couldn't decide whether to put this 4 pearlware cup plate in this category or the Prattware category. The plate is printed in blue under the glaze and painted over the glaze in high fire colors of blue, orange, brown and green. The edge of the plate is finely molded in a feather and bar design. Condition of this unusual piece is excellent. It was probably made in Staffordshire between 1810 and 1820.
  • Price: $95.00
    Purple And White Pearlware Doll Plate C 1835
    Purple is less common in early doll and cup plates than blue. This 3-3/4 pearlware doll plate is crisply printed in a deep red purple with a country scene which includes a windmill. Windmills are quite common in Kent and other parts of England. The plate has the same color in a line around the edge. I wonder if the pattern is a piece of a larger print. Condition is excellent.
  • Price: $145.00
    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.
  • Price: $145.00
    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.
  • Price: $175.00
    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.
  • Price: $650.00
    Green Victorian Chintz Large Jug C 1835
    A beautifully molded Romantic Staffordshire jug transfer printed in teal green and clobbered in pink, purple, yellow, black and blue. There are lots of different flowers connected by black branches set among a background of small flowers and leaves. The jug is 8 to the top of the handle, 6 from the handle to the spout and 4 wide. Condition is excellent. It was probably made in Staffordshire around 1830-1835. Another name for this type of pattern is Victorian Chintz.
  • Price: $100.00
    Adelaide's Bower Romantic Blue Cup Plate 1835
    This 3-7/8 cup plate printed in medium blue was probably made in Staffordshire around 1835. The pattern name is Adelaide's Bower and the style is now known as Romantic Staffordshire. The plate is well printed and other than wear on the edge, condition is excellent.
  • Price: $200.00
    Dark Blue Pearlware Floral Cup Plate 1825
    This 3-3/4 dark blue floral cup plate was probably made in Staffordshire around 1825. It is a piece of a floral pattern that covers a teapot that is in this catalog. If you'd like to see the entire pattern take a look at the teapot--00-2999. It is fun to see what the cutter took from the pattern to place on a small piece. The pattern is beautifully printed in a rich, dark blue. Condition is excellent.
  • Price: $350.00
    Pearlware Meir Knife Rest Heart Ends 1830
    A delightful and rare dark blue pearlware 3-3/4 knife rest with heart shaped ends made by John Meir (1812-1836) in Staffordshire around 1830. The pattern is one of overall small circles on a molded form that has a heart on each end. The bottom of the knife rest has the impressed mark--Meir. There are two small nicks on the edge of the rest and a chip on the bottom which is not visible unless you turn it over. Appearance is excellent. I have two of these rests. If you collect knife rests, unusual pearlware or blue and white items, this is the one for you!
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