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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 240: c. 1840 Large White Ironstone Plate, 10 3/4 Inches, LUSTRE BAND
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c. 1840 Large White Ironstone Plate, 10 3/4 Inches, LUSTRE BAND

This large white ironstone plate measures 10 3/4 inches in diameter. It is Gothic Shape, not marked with its pottery's backstamp. The luster band is discolored with a tinge of blue which show around the band at two points on the surround. It is free of chips and cracks.
Our Price: $ 40.00

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Creamware Soup Plate #1, Late 1700s

Here is an early creamware soup plate measuring 9 inches wide by 2 inches tall. On first glance, one might think this a 19th Century white ironstone rimmed soup, but upon closer inspection, its creamware body makes clear that it quite a bit earlier.
It is in excellent condition, free of chips, cracks, hairlines, stains, and restorations. It is offered to the discriminating collector who is drawn to very early Staffordshire china.
Our Price: $ 44.00

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4045

Creamware Soup Plate #2, Late 1700s

Here is an early creamware soup plate measuring 9 inches wide by 2 inches tall. On first glance, one might think this a 19th Century white ironstone rimmed soup, but upon closer inspection, its creamware body makes clear that it quite a bit earlier.
It is in fine condition, free of chips, cracks, hairlines, stains, and restorations. There is one indentation on the face, done in the potting. It is offered to the discriminating collector who is drawn to very early Staffordshire china.
Our Price: $ 40.00

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 50: Staffordshire  Blue Transferware Child's Motto Plate, George's Fate
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Staffordshire Blue Transferware Child's Motto Plate, George's Fate

Here is a small child's plate, 5 inches wide with embossed rose designs on the surround. It bears part of a children's story.
In the center is George, who has returned to find his possession gone. Other children look on as they straddle a split-rail fence. It reads, "George ran to the spot, but his fate had been seal'd, for a plough-boy in passing, while George left the field, had carried it of (sic) as his prize."

Condition is excellent - no flaws.
Our Price: $ 30.00 On Hold & Show

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151

Rare Pearlware Blue Transferware Coffee Pot, MOSQUE & CAMEL

This item is a large, unmarked, and early pearlware coffee pot. The charming design features a mosque-like domed building at river's edge. Several figures kneel on the bank as they fish. To the left, another figure approaches with a camel trailing behind him. The top of the pot and the domed lid have bands of elaborate floral designs.

It is very finely potted. This early pot dates to the first part of the 1800s, probably 1800 - 1815. Note the circular opening on the inside of the spout. These coffeepots differ from teapot designs of the period which included sieves to strain tea leaves.

With domed lid in place, it measures 11 inches tall by 9 inches wide. The lid's steamhole vents through the finial - how nicely designed!

Condition is very good! The glaze has two little glops (see the picture). This is not damage but we note it for accuracy. There were two chips on the lid and one on the base which we had professionally restored with perfect results.

This coffeepot would make a fine addition to the collection of a person with discriminating tastes.
Our Price: $ 300.00

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 52: c. 1815 Dark  Blue Transferware Sugar Bowl  PHEASANT ON NEST
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c. 1815 Dark Blue Transferware Sugar Bowl PHEASANT ON NEST

Here is a cobalt blue transferware sugarbowl measuring 4 3/4 tall by 7 inches wide. The pattern has been referred to as Pheasant on Nest, though we have never seen it marked with any pattern name. It is dark blue, finely potted, with a shiny glaze. Sorry to say, we don't have the lid. It is marked with the words, "Stone China." Many early pieces were so marked. This pattern is often attributed to the Clews or Stevenson potteries; however, we have never found a marked piece. By its characteristics, we would date it to the 1815 - 30 period.

The design features a single bird in an oval frame with cattails, flowers, and foliates. Behind the bird is patterning of very tiny flowers. The collar has elaborate flowers and scrolls.

This sucrier is in very good condition. The only issue to declare relates to one of the handles. Long ago, it broke, was reglued and painted. Other than this, it has no chips, cracks, hairlines, stains, or restorations. Some utensil scratching can be found, but it is very minor.
Our Price: $ 70.00

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c. 1845 Joseph Heath Pink Transferware Plate, MONTEREY

Here is a pretty pink transfer plate in the Monterey pattern. It was made in the pottery of Joseph Heath, 1845 - 53.

The plate measures 9 1/2 inches wide and is in excellent condition, free of chips, cracks, hairlines, stains, and restorations. Glaze is entirely shiny. The pink color of this plate ranges from dark pink to very light pink.

The design features four figures on the banks of a river in a mountainous area. A castle appears in the background. The surround has a linear patterning with scenic areas and scrolling. The ironstone body of the plate is both bordered and paneled.

The backstamp gives the pattern and pottery names. It is also imprinted with the J. Heath mark.
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6038

Challinor White Ironstone Sauce Tureen, VINTAGE SHAPE

Here is a white ironstone sauce tureen in a grape pattern measuring 9 inches long by 5 inches tall. The shape is Vintage. It was made in the E. & C. Challinor pottery and dates to 1865.

Condition is excellent. The shape involves bulging medallions, vines and clusters of grapes and a twining band on the base.
Full Price: $ 75.00
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Our Price: $ 50.00

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Ridgway Aesthetic Black Transferware Soup Plate, INDUS

Here is a flat rimmed soup plate, 9 1/2 by 1 1/2 inches. It was made in the Ridgway, Sparkes & Ridgway pottery in Hanley, which operated from 1873 - 9. The English Registry Mark dates this bowl to 1877.

It is in excellent condition, free of chips, cracks, hairlines, stains, and restorations. There is some crazing, and the rim shows some rubbing.

The aesthetic design features waterfowl in a natural setting of reeds, cattails, bamboo, and flying birds. The edge has a bamboo band.
Our Price: $ 76.00

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Staffordshire Pink Transferware Plate, TUSCANY

This pink transfer plate measures 9 inches wide. It was mad in the pottery of John Maddock. The imprinted backstamp is the one used by the pottery prior to the name change to Maddock & Sons. The date of the plate's potting therefore is 1842 - 1855.

The design features two figures on the banks of a river. The surround has foliate designs. It is 12-sided and panelled.

There are no chips or cracks. Some utensil marks and crazing are evident.
Our Price: $ 40.00

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253

Colorful Sprigged Staffordshire Cup and Saucer

Here is a porcelain cup and deep sipping saucer dating to the mid 1800's. The colorful sprigged pattern is done is blue, yellow, magenta, and green - more colorful than the usual blue and green.

The cup is 4 inches across the looped handle by 3 inches tall, and the saucer is 5 1/2 inches wide.

Both pieces are in fine condition, useful for tea or display.
Our Price: $ 28.00
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Staffordshire Arbor Figure, Courting Couple

This darling flatback figure features a young man and his beloved. They pose together in an arbor, his hand resting on hers. Hand-painted embellishments highlight their faces and dress along with foliates and flowers from the garden.

This figure dates to the 1850 - 80 period. It measures 4 1/2 inches tall. Condition is excellent - no chips, cracks, hairlines, stains, or restorations.
Our Price: $ 32.00

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 236: Wooliscrost White Ironstone Large Soup Plate, BALTIC SHAPE
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236

Wooliscrost White Ironstone Large Soup Plate, BALTIC SHAPE

Here is a large white ironstone ten-sided flat rimmed soup plate. It measures just shy of 10 inches wide by 1 3/4 inches tall. The ogee shaped design is entitled Baltic Shape. It was made in the G. Wooliscroft pottery. The shape was registered in 1855. Flat rimmed soup plates present as plates with depth. They look great displayed on a wall or shelf because of their dimensional shape.

Condition is excellent. There are no chips, cracks, hairlines, stains, or restorations. One little in-the-making pit exists in the bowl. It was glazed over in the firing process. Crazing is evident.
Full Price: $ 60.00
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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 222: Huge White Ironstone Flat Rimmed Soup Plate, BERLIN GOTHIC
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Huge White Ironstone Flat Rimmed Soup Plate, BERLIN GOTHIC

Here is an impressive white ironstone soup plate or bowl. It measures 10 3/4 inches wide by 1 3/4 inches tall. The classic ribbed design involves everted ribs and 12 sides.

One usually finds this shape, Berlin Gothic, with the T. J. & J. Mayer mark. This one, however, was made in the J. Wedgwood pottery. It dates to the 1840's.

Condition is excellent - no chips, cracks, hairlines, stains, or restorations.
Full Price: $ 40.00
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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 122: BWM & Co. Flow Blue Plate, BYZANTIUM
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BWM & Co. Flow Blue Plate, BYZANTIUM

Presented is an 8 inch dark flow blue plate in the Byzantium pattern. It was made in the pottery of Brown, Westhead, Moore, & Co., which operated from 1862 - 1904. It bears the pottery's crown and garter backstamp with pottery initials.

Condition is excellent - no chips or cracks. The blue is quite dark against stark white.

The design features a tented encampment on the outskirts of a Middle Eastern City. Camels graze to the left as three people recline outdoors on a carpet. The surround has a cable design on linear patterning.
Our Price: $ 24.00
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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 78: Jackson  9 Inch Red Transferware Plate, ASIATIC SCENERY
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Jackson 9 Inch Red Transferware Plate, ASIATIC SCENERY

Here is an early red transfer plate, Asiatic Scenery. It was made in the pottery of Job and John Jackson, 1831 - 35.

The plate is 9 inches wide. It is in excellent condition, free of chips and cracks. It shows some utensil scratching upon close examination. It appears on the white part just below the large tree image.

The exotic images of minarets and domes along a river are embellished with florals and foliates. The surround has more flowers on a stippled ground.
Our Price: $ 40.00

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 301: A. Shaw Purple Transferware Plate, PERUVIAN HORSE HUNT
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A. Shaw Purple Transferware Plate, PERUVIAN HORSE HUNT

This purple transfer plate measures 9 inches wide. Condition is excellent - no flaws.

The pattern is Peruvian Horse Hunt, a hunt scene depicting the capture of a wild horse by gauchos. In addition to the central scene which shows success, the surround has other scenes of the quest. The surround is also paneled in shape.

This distinctive plate dates to 1853 and bears the backstamp of the Anthony Shaw pottery.
Our Price: $ 100.00

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Antique Wedgwood Blue Transferware Tile

This is a nineteenth century Wedgwood tile measuring 6 inches square. The floral, foliate and scroll pattern is done in shades of blue ranging from dark to light blue and vivid white. The transfer design is very sharp, and the tile is in excellent condition.

It is marked, "Josiah Wedgwood & Sons, Etruria.
Our Price: $ 35.00

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 300: Davenport Purple Transferware Plate, CHINESE PASTIME
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Davenport Purple Transferware Plate, CHINESE PASTIME

This Staffordshire plate bears one of our favorite patterns, Chinese Pastime. It was made in the Davenport pottery and dates to 1820 - 1860.

The design features two children at play, one with a stick and ring, the other with a pinwheel. In addition to the charm of the subject matter, the beauty of the surround design also distinguishes this pattern. It consists of the typical floral and scroll elements with the additon of tiny berry images that add richness. The edge is irregularly scalloped with a darker border which serves to frame the scene.

The plate measures 9 inches wide. Condition is excellent - no chips, cracks, hairlines, stains, or restorations. Glaze is quite shiny. We have several matching plates, so if you would like more than one, please send an email so we can inform you of the current number on hand.
Our Price: $ 100.00
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Mayer Purple Transferware Plate, THE GEM

The plate presented measures 6 1/2 inches wide, a hard-to-find size. The pattern is The Gem. It was made in the Thomas, John, and Joseph Mayer, 1843 - 55.

The most interesting aspect of this plate is the intricate pattern on the surround which consists of tiny foliate and moss-like webbing onto which are superimposed medallions showing scenes. They are small and jeweled, giving them the appearance of gems. The central scene has the typical romantic elements - peaceful river, classic building, framing elm, and two figures at water's edge.

Condition is excellent - no chips, cracks, hairlines, stains, or restorations. We have several matching plates. If you want to buy more than one, please email us so we can tell you how many we have on hand.
Our Price: $ 36.00
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