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I'm attempting to make the Blue and White Transferware Category easier to use. I have 149 pieces in this category and it takes a long time to load--unless you have DSL or another fast form of Internet access! Please let me know what you think. Teapots and Coffee are some of my favorite forms. It would be fun just to collect them. They are wonderful for display but if you want to use one buy new! Rarely is there a teapot or coffee pot that has not had some damage to the spout, handle or lid. It's the nature of the design. Also, these pots are over 160 years old!

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 11-5674: E. WOOD BLUE TRANSFER TEAPOT GUN DOGS 1825

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11-5674

E. WOOD BLUE TRANSFER TEAPOT GUN DOGS 1825 Teapot, 6.75 inches to the top of the finial and 10.5 inches from the handle to the spout. The pattern is known as Gun Dogs, which is a name for the pointers used in hunting. The beautifully printed pattern of hunter and dogs was made by Enoch Wood & Sons (1818-1846) in Staffordshire around 1825. The appearance of the teapot is excellent, but there is a meandering crack that runs from the corner of one side, continues around above the spout, and ends at the opposite corner. The teapot is perfect for display, but certainly not for tea! Take a look at all the photos for the details. More photos can be supplied.
Circa: 1825
Manufacturer: Enoch Wood & Sons  

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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 10-5577: BLUE TRANSFERWARE TEAPOT WITH FRUIT BASKET

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BLUE TRANSFERWARE TEAPOT WITH FRUIT BASKET Teapot, 7.25 inches to the top of the finial and 11 inches from the handle to the end of the spout. The pattern is beautifully printed in dark blue with with large fruit in a basket. The fruit basket is surrounded with flowers and leaves. There has been restoration to a corner of the collar, but it is extremely well done and difficult to photograph. There is also restoration to the tip of the spout and some wear to the high points on the handle. The black printed area on the spout is where the glaze didn't cover the cobalt. Cobalt is black before it is glazed and fired. There are a few areas of glaze wear on the lid. Although the imperfections sound legion, they actually do not take away for the beauty of the gorgeous teapot. Take a look at all of the photos for the details.
Circa: 1825
Manufacturer: Maker Unknown  

Your Price: $450.00
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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 06-4736: PEARLWARE BLUE TRANSFER COFFEE POT 1820

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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.
Circa: 1825
Manufacturer: Maker Unknown  

Your Price: $450.00
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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 04-4196A: BLUE TRANSFERWARE COFFEE POT WITH DEER 1825

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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.
Circa: 1825
Manufacturer: Maker Unknown  

Your Price: $395.00
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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 03-3951: QUADRUPED VARIATION TRANSFER TEAPOT C 1825

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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.
 

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 02-3736: CHILD'S TOY TEAPOT SHEET PATTERN 1800

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CHILD'S TOY TEAPOT SHEET PATTERN 1800 Here is a small--4" high by 5-1/2" handle to spout--blue and white pearlware teapot transfer printed in a sheet pattern that is comprised of tiny stylized tulips, dots and foliage. The teapot is as light as a feather! The teapot is being sold "as is". There are chips to the lid, the spout and the collar of the pot which may be seen in the photos. This sounds awful but appearance is very good. The teapot was probably made in Staffordshire around 1800-1810.
 

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 02-3599: E. WOOD FLOWER BASKET PEARLWARE TEAPOT 1830

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E. WOOD FLOWER BASKET PEARLWARE TEAPOT 1830 A large blue and white pearlware teapot made by Enoch Wood in Staffordshire around 1830. This teapot is most likely the hot water pot from the tea service as it is so large. The pot has an impressed Enoch Wood mark on the bottom. There are chips on the spout and some wear on high points. Appearance is excellent. Take a look at all of the photos to fully appreciate this wonderful teapot.
Circa: 1825
Manufacturer: Enoch Wood & Sons  

Your Price: $650.00
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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 01-3451: CLEWS CHRISTMAS EVE DK BLUE TEAPOT A/F C1825

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CLEWS CHRISTMAS EVE DK BLUE TEAPOT A/F C1825 A large beautifully printed dark blue pearlware teapot in the Wilkie Series by James and Ralph Clews circa 1825. The title of the pattern is Christmas Eve and the man and woman are pulling the Christmas cracker. The pot is being sold as is so please look at all of the photos. Luckily, this wonderful pot is an excellent shelf piece. This would be a lovely addition to either a teapot or dark blue collection.
Circa: 1825
Manufacturer: James and Ralph Clews  

Your Price: $650.00
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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 01-3457: STAFFORDSHIRE TEAPOT FRUIT AND FLOWERS 1825

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STAFFORDSHIRE TEAPOT FRUIT AND FLOWERS 1825 A gorgeous print of lush flowers and fruit in a basket adorn this circa 1830 pearlware teapot. The teapot is being sold as is so look at the pictures carefully. The lid has been in a few pieces and is glued back together. The pot has some damage but displays well on one side. You actually would not know it is damaged as the lid sits low in the pot and one side of the teapot looks mint. This is an opportunity to own a wonderful early dark blue teapot for a reasonable amount!
Circa: 1825
Manufacturer: Maker Unknown  

Your Price: $450.00
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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 00-2999: Botanical Teapot with Plants and Flowers

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Botanical Teapot with Plants and Flowers This large teapot with sylized plants and flowers was made in Staffordshire around 1825. The plants look a bit like strawberries and the stems look a bit like chicken legs! The overall condition is good although there has been some restoration to the tip of the spout.
Circa: 1825
Manufacturer: Maker Unknown  

Your Price: $750.00
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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 97-1470: Unusual Coffee Pot

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97-1470

Unusual Coffee Pot The 11-1/2" pearlware coffee pot has a most unusual design. It has mermen with wings, otters, swans, and Pegasus who is printed under the spout. I don't know what the symbolism means but it is interesting! There is a crack in the lid which doesn't show when the lid is on the pot and a possible repair to the tip of the spout. This sounds terrible but the coffee pot shows extremely well. The age of this Staffordshire piece is around 1825.
 

Your Price: $850.00
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