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13-5804

FEATHER EDGE CHILD'S PLATE WITH POEM, C. 1810 Plate, 5.5 inches. The poem was written by Isaac Watts (1674-1748). His verse and songs were enormously popular during the 18th and 19th centuries. Other than two small, tight hairlines at 11 and 6 o'clock, condition is excellent.
Circa: 1810
Manufacturer: Maker Unknown  

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ORNITHOLOGICAL SERIES SAUCE UNDERTRAY Sauce Undertray, 7.5 inches by 5.5 inches. The pattern is part of a large series of birds known as the Ornithological Series. It was made by more than one manufacturer in the 1820s. Each size and shape features a different bird or birds. Here, there is a duck (or some kind of water bird) and what appears to be a kingfisher. There is a large chip on the back of the undertray, and a tiny hairline on the front. Appearance is excellent. If you are interested, I can send more photos.
Circa: 1820
Manufacturer: Unknown Maker  

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BLUE TRANSFER CHARGER BEAUTIES OF ENGLAND Charger, 12.25 inches. This pattern, "The Beauties of England and Wales", is part of a large series that depicts British castles and great houses. The pattern here shows Brecknock Castle. As well as the castle in the center of the pattern, there are six different castles in the border. The Castle of Brecknock (also known as Brecon Castle) was built in Wales, at the confluence of the rivers Usk and Honddu, by Bernard de Neufmarche within 25 years of the Norman Conquest (1066). Condition of the charger is excellent. Although the maker is still unknown, it was probably made in Staffordshire around 1825.
Circa: 1825
Manufacturer: Maker Unknown  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 11-5668: CHILD'S MUG A GIFT FROM THE POTTERY 1830

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CHILD'S MUG A GIFT FROM THE POTTERY 1830 Mug, 2.5 inches high by 2.75 inches in diameter. Children's patterns were often intended as souvenirs, as well as teaching tools and gifts for good behavior. This pattern is probably a souvenir from one of the Staffordshire potteries. The resting deer is printed in blue and clobbered in green, orange and yellow. What child (or adult) wouldn't like such a charming pattern! There is a 1 inch line near the handle (not in the pattern). The pearlware glaze dates the mug from between 1820-1830.
Circa: 1830
Manufacturer: Maker Unknown  

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ORNITHOLOGICAL PEACOCK BLUE TRANSFER PLATE Plate, 9.75 inches. This pattern is part of a series of birds, some of which were copied from the engravings of Thomas Bewick. Here is Bewick's peacock and turkey. Each size and shape in the series (mostly) has different birds in the center. This was a popular series, and it was made by at least three different factories. The pattern here was made by Andrew Stevenson(1816-1830) in Staffordshire around 1820.
Circa: 1820
Manufacturer: Andrew Stevenson  

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ORNITHOLOGICAL STEVENSON BLUE TRANSFER PLATE Plate, 8 inches. This pattern is part of a series of birds, some of which were copied from the engravings of Thomas Bewick. Each size and shape in the series (mostly) has different birds in the center. This was a popular series, and it was made by at least three different factories. The pattern here was made by Andrew Stevenson(1816-1830) in Staffordshire around 1820. Condition is excellent.
Circa: 1825
Manufacturer: Andrew Stevenson  

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ORNITHOLOGICAL BLUE TRANSFER PLATE DOVES Plate, 6 inches. This pattern is part of a series of birds, some of which were copied from the engravings of Thomas Bewick. Each size and shape in the series (mostly) has different birds in the center. This was a popular series, and it was made by at least three different factories. The pattern here was made by Andrew Stevenson(1816-1830) in Staffordshire around 1820. The birds appear to be doves. Condition is excellent.
Circa: 1820
Manufacturer: Andrew Stevenson  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 11-5633: BLUE TRANSFERWARE CHILD'S PLATE PEARLWARE

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BLUE TRANSFERWARE CHILD'S PLATE PEARLWARE Plate, 7.25 inches. Children's transferware was made as rewards for children, christening gifts and souvenirs. This early plate, circa 1820-1825, was a gift from a family member who visited the Staffordshire Potteries. While it is not uncommon to find a plate or a mug with the words "gift or present from the Potteries", it is unusual to find the word "Staffordshire" added. Condition of the plate is excellent.
Circa: 1825
Manufacturer: Maker Unknown  

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BLACK TRANSFERWARE SHEPHERDESS PLATE 1820 Plate, 5 inches. The pattern is beautifully printed in black with a scene of shepherdess and sheep. The border is painted in brown that is under the glaze. Other than a glazed over chip (in the making) on the back, condition is excellent. The plate was probably made in Staffordshire around 1820 or earlier.
Circa: 1820
Manufacturer: Maker Unknown  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 11-5629: CLEWS BLUE TRANSFER HUNTING SCENE TEAPOT 1825

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CLEWS BLUE TRANSFER HUNTING SCENE TEAPOT 1825 Teapot, 11 inches from the handle to the spout and 6.5 inches to the top of the finial. The pattern shows a pointer and rabbit (look carefully in the bush to the right of the dog) on one side and the same pointer chasing a rabbit on the other side. There are three small chips to the edge of the lid, which is the sugar bowl lid (fits well). There is a line that runs under the rim above the spout. Appearance of the teapot is excellent, as the defects do not interfere with the design. Take a look at all of the photos for the details. The teapot was made by James & Ralph Clews (1813-1834) in Staffordshire.
Circa: 1825
Manufacturer: James & Ralph Clews  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 11-5625: BLUE TRANFERWARE PLATTER  SHELTERED PEASANTS

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BLUE TRANFERWARE PLATTER SHELTERED PEASANTS Platter, 19 inches by 15 inches. This lovely platter features an English country scene of a family and sheep sheltering from a storm. Other than an in the making spot on the man's shirt and a scratch near the woman's shoulder, condition is excellent. Take a look at all of the photos for the details. The platter was made by Ralph Hall in Staffordshire around 1825.
Circa: 1825
Manufacturer: Ralph Hall  

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BLUE TRANFER PLATE HALL SHELTERED PEASANTS Plate, 7.5 inches. The pattern is a classic English country scene. It was copied from a work by the artist H. Singleton. It includes peasants and sheep sheltered under a large English oak. The border is filled with fruit and flowers. The plate was made by Ralph Hall (1822-1849) in Staffordshire around 1825. Other than a tiny bit of wear seen when tilted in the light, condition is excellent.
Circa: 1825
Manufacturer: Ralph Hall  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 10-5517: RIDGWAY GIRL WITH CALF CUP & SAUCER 1825

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RIDGWAY GIRL WITH CALF CUP & SAUCER 1825 Saucer, 6.25 inches and cup, 3.75 inches in diameter. This is a large cup and saucer. The pattern features a charming scene of a young girl petting a calf, although the animal could be a deer or sheep! It was made in Staffordshire by John & William Ridgway (1813-1830). The saucer in impressed "Ridgway" on the bottom. Both the cup and the saucer are in excellent antique condition. There is a minor chip on footrim (bottom) of the saucer and a minor chip on the footrim (bottom) of the cup. The chips cannot be seen when the cup and saucer are on the table. Take a look at all of the photos to see the details.
Circa: 1825
Manufacturer: John & William Ridgway  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 10-5525: BLUE TRANSFERWARE GOLDFINCH PLATE 1820

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BLUE TRANSFERWARE GOLDFINCH PLATE 1820 Plate, 9.5 inches. Here is a lovely pattern of English Goldfinch, roses, morning glories, butterfly and more. The plate was probably made in Staffordshire around 1820. Condition is excellent, with no chips, cracks or repairs. If you like birds and flowers, this is the item for you!
Circa: 1820
Manufacturer: Maker Unknown  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 09-5352: SALOPIAN COW POLISHER TRANSFER COFFEE POT

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SALOPIAN COW POLISHER TRANSFER COFFEE POT Coffee pot, 10 inches high. Variously known as the Cow Polisher or Burnishing a Cow, this pattern features a charming country scene decorated with underglaze polychrome known to Americans as Salopian. The print is also found in blue and white transferware. It is hard to tell what the man is using to polish or groom the cow. Other than a tiny hairline near the finial, condition is excellent.
Circa: 1815
Manufacturer: Unknown Maker  

Your Price: $950.00
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