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TRANSFERWARE > BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/VARIOUS & UNUSUAL SHAPES

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This category contains unusual and various shapes. Footbaths, pepper pots, pickle dishes and bidets don't quite fit into any other category. Their forms are unusual and sometimes rare. Blue and white was printed on useful as well as decorative items. I use an old blue printed toilet to which I have added a glass top as an end table.

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 12-5773: ENGLISH PUZZLE JUG

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12-5773

ENGLISH PUZZLE JUG Jug, 5 inches high by 4 inches in diameter. British puzzle jugs were found in pubs for the express purpose of tricking the uninformed. They were meant to either break the ice or humiliate! There are many holes in the rim, so in order not to spill you need to know which spouts to cover with your fingers. This jug also has a hole in the handle that needs to be covered. The pattern incorporates Phillips' "Pastoral Scene," with the addition of a man with a birdcage, and the ubiquitous Standard Willow border. The handle displays the Willow fence. There is a 1 inch chip in the rim above the handle, a minor chip on the spout, and a minor chip on the bottom of the handle. Amazingly, all of the spouts are intact. Take a look at all of the photos for the detail.
Circa: 1830
Manufacturer: Unknown Maker  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 07-5000: SPODE DOG DISH FLORAL PATTERN 1833-47

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SPODE DOG DISH FLORAL PATTERN 1833-47 This blue transferware dog dish was made by Copeland & Garrett, Late Spode (1833-1847). It is 7" long, 5-1/2" wide and 3" high. There is a printed mark on the bottom of the bowl. It is the perfect size for a small dog. The lovely floral pattern is printed in medium to dark blue. There is a 3/4" chip on one foot. There are no other chips, cracks or repairs. It is amazing there is no other damage. Dogs are not always so gentle with their bowls! Appearance of this rarity is excellent. Take a look at the photos for the details. The last photo shows my cat, Mykonos, eating out of the bowl. He doesn't know it is a dog bowl, and he will eat his food out of anything!
Circa: 1835
Manufacturer: Spode Copeland & Garrett  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 07-4996: BLUE TRANSFER FOOTBATH JUG CHINTZ PATTERN

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BLUE TRANSFER FOOTBATH JUG CHINTZ PATTERN This huge jug is 17" to the top of the handle and 16" from the handle to the spout! It is printed in light blue with a chintz or sheet pattern comprised of tiny flowers and leaves against a dotted background. The handle and lug handle (to help you hold this heavy jug)are beautifully molded. If you are looking for a rare and stunning item, this is the piece for you! Although appearance is excellent, there is damage. There are repairs to three places on the base of the jug. The color is not a perfect match. There is wear on both handles, but they have never been off. A tight hairline on the inside of the jug does not go through to the outside. Actually, the jug is in rather good shape! Take a look at the photos for the details. The jug was probably made in Staffordshire around 1840. It was made as a companion to a footbath. Imagine the weight when full of water!
Circa: 1840
Manufacturer: Unknown Maker  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 06-4838: BLUE TRANSFERWARE COMMA CUSTARD CUP 1820

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BLUE TRANSFERWARE COMMA CUSTARD CUP 1820 Printed in dark blue, the pattern of this pearlware custard cup is known as the Etruscan pattern. The comma shape is quite unusual. Although it is thought to be a custard cup, the serrated rim makes me wonder! Other than a chip on the inside of the rim, condition is excellent. Take a look at all of the photos for the details. If you like unusual shapes, this is the transferware item for you!
Manufacturer: Unknown Maker  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 06-4718: BLUE TRANSFERWARE TOAST RACK PEACE 1835

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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.
Circa: 1835
Manufacturer: Maker Unknown  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 06-4716: BLUE TRANSFERWARE MINTON TREACLE POT 1840

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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.
Circa: 1835
Manufacturer: Thomas Minton  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 05-4694b: ADAMS SOUP TUREEN DARK BLUE LADLE 1825

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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.
Circa: 1825
Manufacturer: Benjamin Adams  

Your Price: $350.00
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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 05-4620: BLUE TRANSFERWARE INVALID FEEDER 1830

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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.
Circa: 1830
Manufacturer: Maker Unknown  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 05-4618: PEARLWARE TOAST RACK BLUE TRANFERWARE

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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!
 

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 05-4561: BLUE TRANSFERWARE KNIFE RESTS FLORAL 1825

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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.
Circa: 1825
Manufacturer: Maker Unknown  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item A-25: SPODE PEARLWARE DRAINER FOREST LANDSCAPE 1820

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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.
 

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 03-3902: BLUE TRANSFER BRITISH VIEWS TOILET BOX 1825

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BLUE TRANSFER BRITISH VIEWS TOILET BOX 1825 Made in Staffordshire by Hicks & Meigh around 1820-1830, this pearlware toilet box is printed in the popular pattern "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.
Circa: 1820
Manufacturer: Maker Unknown  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 02-3690: PEARLWARE MEIR KNIFE REST HEART ENDS 1830

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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!
Circa: 1830
Manufacturer: Meir  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 02-3743: PEARLWARE BLUE/WHITE FLORAL PEPPER POT 1830

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PEARLWARE BLUE/WHITE FLORAL PEPPER POT 1830 A lovely blue and white transferware pearlware pepper pot probably made in Staffordshire around 1830. It is 4" high and is decorated with stylized flowers and leaves in various shades of blue that range from light to dark. The foot has been extensively repaired by an enthusiastic amateur! Appearance is actually quite good. The body is molded with a rope design and the pot is topped with a button printed with a daisy. Pepper pots are not common and the salt would have been served in a dish.
 

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 02-3735: BLUE TRANSFER PEARLWARE FEEDER BOTTLE 1830

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BLUE TRANSFER PEARLWARE FEEDER BOTTLE 1830 A 6-1/4" by 3-1/4" pearlware feeder bottle printed in a soft blue floral pattern with dark blue swag details. This unusual piece would have been used for invalids or perhaps babies in the early nineteenth century. Condition is excellent except for a hairline which is visible on the inside and barely on the outside. There are also several tiny nicks near the spout and on the rim where liquid would be placed. Overall appearance is wonderful. The feeder was probably made in Staffordshire around 1830. Look at the last photo for a better view of the pattern.
Circa: 1830
Manufacturer: Maker Unknown  

Your Price: $650.00
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