50.00 F. TRANSFERWARE, Blue: Sugar Bowls 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.
Found 658 items in the class ". F. TRANSFERWARE, Blue: Wood Challinor Blue Transferware Plate, Corsica, c1828. I love this elaborate transferware design. This is Corsica; it was made in the Wood and Challinor pottery which operated fro 1828 to 1843. Condition is excellent.175.00 N. TRANSFERWARE, Bi - Color and Multi - Color: Plates CJ Mason Bi-Color Transferware Staffordshire Plate, Basket, c. 1845 - 8, Blue Black. I can't gush enough marks about the beauty of dating marks this plate. The pattern, Basket, consists of a south central floral basket in black.Ringer is intact. WHEW that's a lot to describe but you get a great addition to your Christmas Bell Collection all in one tidy package. I will be happy to combine china shipping and handling for multiple item orders. 50.00 Serving Sets, Serving Bowls and Serving.
As I inspect it to describe this design to you, it strikes me that these are the aspects that make dating this pattern stand apart from the hundreds of other australia romantic patterns. An irregular scallop on the edge aligns with best the different images on the measures.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.
Around the china outside of the circle. Below the mark is says Late Mayer. It looks like the bowl or compote could have had lid like the gravy games boat. The large bowl is in beautiful condition with no repairs, chips, cracks or crazing. It measures 13.The small bowl measures 9 inches long, 5 china 3/8 inches wide and 4 5/8 inches high including the handle. With the lit the height is about 6 3/4 inches tall. Price is for the footed vegetable or footed compote and the gravy boat lid. Considering.It measures 15 1/2 inches long by 12 inches wide. The handles add another 2 1/2 inches to the length. Note the distinctive crazing and the pretty ribbon and rose transfer pattern. 60.00 H. TRANSFERWARE, Brown: Staffordshire Footed Brown Transferware Sugar Bowl. The darling brown.
A good shining and it will sparkle like new. Ringer is intact and it has a beautiful marks ring marks to it. Lastly, The small bell on the right front measures 2 1/4 inches tall with a 1 5/8 inch diameter bottom. It best is marked in red.65.00 F. TRANSFERWARE, Blue: Blue Transferware Lidded Hot Water Serving Platter. This practical blue transferware platter looks as if it has graced many a table. There are no chips or cracks messenger to the ironstone platter. The metal parts do show some wear. What a practical.
By its characteristics, we would date it to the period. The design features a single bird in an oval frame with cattails, flowers, and foliates. Behind the bird is patterning of very marks tiny flowers. The collar has elaborate flowers and is sucrier is in very.Also, you will see some tiny bites to the lid ledge, covered when the lid is in place. 60.00 F. TRANSFERWARE, Blue: Plates Hackwood Dark Blue Transferware 6 1/2 Inch Plate, FALLS OF KILLARNEY. Here is a 6 1/2 inch cobalt blue transferware plate from.The photographs don't show the charming diamond shape molding at the top of the base running up the is in very good condition with no cracks or hairlines. The is a little chiplet on the collar as shown in the view from the top at.
Toward the rim is a band of black transfer along a dimensionally beaded rim which is also bordered in white. Adding yet another dimension is the sculptured ridgways design of the rim. Wow! It measure 9 inches in diameter unless one measures point to point on.I believe, however, that a mistake was made by the person love who transfered the design. It is marked "Persian" when the pattern is actually "Basket." Those doing the transfering marks were usually illiterate women and children, so one can understand how this might happen. Four.