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Location: Bonita Springs, United States
The decoration is a simple brushed triple-leaf decoration in cobalt blue on a white ground with blue around the neck - just like with Westerwald. Perfect ... morefor Westerwald collectors. A superb collector item for addition to your dealer inventory!
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Location: Lunenburg, United States
Antique Strawberry Decorated Pearlware Hand Painted Cup & Saucer, England, c. 1790 - 1825. This cup and saucer has a beautiful Strawberry and Vine hand ... morepainted decoration. The cup is handle less, which helps to date it from about the first quarter of the 19th Century. The cup and saucer are unmarked, but have a deep blue green pooling under the glaze showing their pearlware body. I offer this strawberry decorated cup and saucer with a Buy It Now. DIMENSIONS: The cup is 2 3/16" H. x 3 7/16" Dia.. The saucer is 1 1/8" H. x 5 9/16" Dia.. CONDITION: The condition is very good with a couple of nicks to the foot of the cup. The saucer has three nicks to the foot rim from the drying rack. There is some minor enamel loss to both pieces. SHIPPING: Buyer pays actual shipping costs based upon the 2 pounds and 15 ounces weight and postal zone.
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Location: Southfield, United States
Very Good Condition. small chip on reverse, small chip on edge, no stains, very light wear.
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Location: Lunenburg, United States
Staffordshire Pearlware Blue ASIAN Transfer Leaf Dish, Pickle Dish, c. 1790 - 1825. This wonderful early pearlware leaf shaped dish is very pretty. This ... moreis a pickle or relish dish and was a part of an elaborate table setting back when dinner was the event of each day. This leaf dish has a transfer scene of three men seaking with one riding a lrge pig. Very nice pearlware leaf dish is offered here with no reserve and a "Buy It Now". DIMENSIONS: The leaf dish is 1 3/816" H. x 4 1/8" W. x 4 11/16" L.. CONDITION: The condition is very good with some tiny nicks off the rim. SHIPPING: Buyer pays actual shipping costs based upon the 14 ounces weight and postal zone. Please use the shipping calculator within this listing to calculate postage within the continental United States. This includes professional packing with USPS delivery.
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Location: Lunenburg, United States
18th C. Antique Leed's Type Blue Hand Painted Floral Pearlware Creamer, c. 1780 - 1815. This small pottery creamer is a wonderful example of early pearlware ... morewith a blue and white hand painted floral decoration. The creamer has an early applied handle. This has an old repair to the spout. Still good condition considering the age and the fragile pearlware body. I offer this early pearlware creamer with no reserve and a Buy It Now. DIMENSIONS: The creamer is 3 7/8" H. x 2 15/16" W. x 4 13/16" L. from the tip of the spout to the back of the handle. CONDITION: The condition is good with an old repair to the spout. This has yellowed over the years and also has stained in spots. SHIPPING: Buyer pays actual shipping costs based upon the 1 pound and 11 ounces weight and postal zone.
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Location: Lunenburg, United States
Antique Staffordshire Early Blue Willow Pearlware Platter, G.R. & Co, Godwin, Rowley & Co., Burslem, England, c. 1828 - 1831. This very early Staffordshire ... moreplatter has a blue and white transfer in the famous "Blue Willow" pattern. The platter has an early swirl design to the bottom of the peralware body. This platter has a crown mark that reads, "G. R. & CO.". I offer this Staffordshire pearlware platter with no reserve and a Buy It Now. DIMENSIONS: The Staffordshire platter is 1 15/16" H. x 11 1/8" W. x 13 1/2" L.. CONDITION: The condition is very good for the age with some light staining and glaze crazing to the body. SHIPPING: Buyer pays actual shipping costs based upon the 4 pounds and 15 ounces weight and postal zone.
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Location: KETTERING, United Kingdom
Antique Pottery Pearlware Blue White Transfer printed under glaze ,tissue print,by hand,razor or toothbrush box base only pattern is called India Vase.maker ... moreunknown,I think,nearly 8" long,Good condition,no cracks or restoration that I can see,just 2 tiny flea bites,one on section separator other on edge,very minor,shown in photos and mentioned for accuracy.Please study all pictures and ask any questions before bidding.😊You may view or collect if you are local to me.😊
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79.48
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Location: United Kingdom
Presenting a Very Scarce Antique Blue and White Transferware Pearlware Jug by Swansea Pottery which Dates to the Georgian Period. It is Decorated in the ... moreEnchanting Design Entitled 'Drover' Pattern. Circa 1800+.
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19.27
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Location: SALISBURY, United Kingdom
No makers marks. Weight - 108g.
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90.33
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Location: SHREWSBURY, United Kingdom
Pearlware mug, c1800, printed in blue with a Chinoiserie landscape. Height: approx. 120mm or 4 3/4".
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Location: Wilton, United States
Antique Leeds Pearlware Plate. Design: Chinoiserie. Origin: Leeds, England. Age: 18th Century. Item: Display Plate.
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44.99
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Location: Lunenburg, United States
Antique Kings Rose Pattern Pearlware Small Plate, England, c. 1800 - 1830. This fine hand painted pearlware small plate is a wonderful example with a ... morecolorful four-color floral design. This beautiful plate is an early soft paste, pearlware example with the colorful hand-painted King's Rose decoration with a large pink rose. The rim of the plate has a fine embossed design. The plate has an impressed mark on the underside that reads, "ROGERS". This is the mark of John and Carl Rogers who worked out of Longport, England in the early part of the 19th century. This early King's Rose soft paste plate is offered here with no reserve and a Buy It Now. DIMENSIONS: The King's Rose plate is 9/16" H. x 5 5/8" Dia.. CONDITION: The condition very good with some minor loss to the enamel.
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95.15
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Location: LEICESTER, United Kingdom
A blue and white transferware Stevenson Rose Border series dinner plate, c. 1825. It is marked to the underside and decorated with; Faulkbourn Hall. Good ... morecondition.
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Location: LEICESTER, United Kingdom
It is unmarked to the underside and printed with a marine scene.
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59.02
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Location: LONDON, United Kingdom
A lovely antique pearlware jug. Dating to the early 19th century. As you can see it is transfer decorated with a country scene showing cattle grazing ... moreand various trees, buildings and also what appears to be the ruins of an abbey.
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Location: HARROGATE, United Kingdom
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Location: TRURO, United Kingdom
Presenting an Interesting Pearlware Cabbage Jug Dates to the Georgian Period. Circa 1800+. With C Scroll Handle and Flower to FInail within Raised Ancanthus ... moreConcentric Border. Decorated with Moulded Leaves with Hand Painted Flowers within and a Border of Ancanthus Leaves.
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114.42
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Location: LEICESTER, United Kingdom
A blue and white transferware Anthemion Border Indian Sporting series plate, c. 1815. It is unmarked to the underside.
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179.99
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Location: Bernalillo, United States
This is a rare Estate Fresh old wonderful example of early British Feather edge earthenware. Made in Staffordshire ca 1825. Impressed #11 mark on bottom. ... moreServing pieces of this type are difficult to find, especially in this condition.
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Location: KETTERING, United Kingdom
Antique Pottery Pearlware transfer under glaze tissue printed by hand,nice condition for 150+ years old blue white Nuneham Courtenay Oxfordshire or wild ... morerose pattern,a really good engraving of this popular pattern,a 10" indented edge dinner plate. a well used and well loved plate but nothing major to report,a fabulous display plate ,good impressed mark to rear that may help with identification.Please study all pictures and ask any questions before bidding.😊You may view or collect if you are local to me.😊 Listing another in a while.
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37.00
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Location: Lunenburg, United States
Antique Floral Hand Painted Pearlware Plate, c. 1830 - 1850​. This is a bright and pretty plate with a hand painted floral design. The plate is unmarked, ... morebut was made in England in the middle of the 19th century. I offer this floral decorated plate offered here with a "Buy It Now". DIMENSIONS: The floral decorated plate is 7/8" H. x 7 13/16" Dia.. CONDITION: The condition is very good with minimal wear and no damage. SHIPPING: Buyer pays actual shipping costs based upon the 2 pound and 12 ounces weight and postal zone. Please use the shipping calculator within this listing to calculate postage within the continental United States. This includes professional packing with USPS delivery. FERRANTE'S ANTIQUES offers over 39 years' experience as antique dealers.
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36.12
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Location: KETTERING, United Kingdom
Antique Pottery pearlware blue white transfer printed under glaze tissue printed by hand, 2 handled large Mug with hunting,shooting, dogs, country scene ... more.7" at the widest part, 4.25" tall,fabulous condition,I can see no chips cracks or restoration.Glaze crazing as often expected on this age and type of wear,approximately 150+ years old,unsure of maker.Please study all pictures and ask any questions before bidding.😊You may view or collect if you are local to me.😊
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65.00
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Location: Minoa, United States
In good overall condition, with appropriate wear from use and age. Nice early example. Has small tight hairline in spout. Glaze and surface loss present. ... moreThis item may have wear and tear, consistant with age, imperfections and effects from aging. Please view pictures for details. Contact me with any questions. Thanks.
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235.00
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Location: Columbia, United States
Early Victorian English Pearlware Blue & White Staffordshire. Transferware Platter. this lovely platter. I will be happy to answer them.
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138.51
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Location: LEICESTER, United Kingdom
A blue and white transferware Spode Indian Sporting series dinner plate, c. 1810. It is marked to the underside.
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222.81
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Location: LEICESTER, United Kingdom
A blue and white transferware Denton Bagster Vignette series combed-back platter, c. 1825. It is marked to the underside and is printed with a view of ... moresheep.
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55.40
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Location: LEICESTER, United Kingdom
There is a fine 1/4" hairline in the rim to the reverse.
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234.86
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Location: LEICESTER, United Kingdom
A blue and white transferware Wedgwood Blue Bamboo pattern huge vase, c. 1815. It is marked to the underside. There is a star hairline in the base. The ... morelids are missing, but it would make a wonderful flower vase etc.
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52.99
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Location: BARNET, United Kingdom
LOVELY GLAZE. ANTIQUE STAFFORDSHIRE PEARLWARE VICTORIAN BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFER WARE DECORATIVE. PLATE - GREAT DISPLAY PIECE - GOOD ANTIQUE CONDITION ... more- LARGEST PLATE. GOOD ANTIQUE CONDITION.
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85.00
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Location: Columbia, United States
Antique English Victorian Blue & White Pearlware Dinner Plate. Item # 9459. I will be happy to answer them.
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220.00
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Location: Martinsburg, United States
Rare Early 1800s Pounce Pot Sanders Set of Two. I had an expert antique dealer tell me that these were from the early 19th century possibly older. Pounce ... morepots or ink sanders, Essentially these were used to prep the paper to take ink also as a blotter for the paper by shaking sand through the holes. He was extremely excited to see that they were in excellent condition! So here's your chance to own a piece of written history!
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85.00
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Location: Columbia, United States
Antique English Victorian Blue & White Pearlware Plate. I will be happy to answer them.
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175.00
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Location: Alliance, United States
Beautiful hand painted roses pattern. I believe this set to be from the 1840s. Amazing set!
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49.00
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Location: Finksburg, United States
Sweet Antique Pink Lustre Pitcher English 19th Century Handpainted House Pearlware. Sunderland Lustre Staffordshire handpainted pink house & landscape ... moredecoration. 19th century English. Measures 4 1/2" to top of handle. In good condition with some glaze wear and crazing, small footrim flake as pictured.
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162.59
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Location: LEICESTER, United Kingdom
A blue and white transferware Minton Semi China Botanical/Floral punch bowl, c. 1825. It is unmarked. Good condition. Small unseen foot rim chip.
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107.19
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Location: LEICESTER, United Kingdom
A blue and white transferware Riley Large Scroll border series dessert dish, c. 1825. It is unmarked to the underside and is printed with a view of Orielton, ... morePembrokeshire. 11.5" wide.
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46.97
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Location: LEICESTER, United Kingdom
A blue and white transferware Davenport Fisherman and Mosque pattern side plate, c. 1825. It is marked to the underside.
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107.19
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Location: LEICESTER, United Kingdom
A blue and white transferware Robert Hamilton Ruined Castle pattern two-handled soup tureen stand, c. 1825. It is unmarked.
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375.00
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Location: Georgetown, United States
A beautiful pair of 8" Wedgewood dessert plates. Dating to the early 19th century, c.1815 period. Very minor wear. Decorated in a quatrefoil chinoiserie ... morepattern which is a copy of a East Asian pattern.
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Location: SALISBURY, United Kingdom
Style: Georgian. Notes: A stunning bowl.
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162.59
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Location: LEICESTER, United Kingdom
A blue and white transferware Spode Indian Sporting series side plate, c. 1810. It is marked to the underside.
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222.81
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Location: LEICESTER, United Kingdom
An uncommon blue and white transferware Spode Musicians pattern razor box and cover, c. 1825. It is marked to the underside. Lid: there is a 2.5" crack ... morefrom the rim.
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258.95
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Location: LINCOLN, United Kingdom
A late 18th century English pearlware plate. It has a shell and feather edge and there is a small impressed diamond mark to the underside of the lip. ... moreGeneral crazing which has browned a little, worst to reverse.
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65.00
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Location: Georgetown, United States
Staffordshire Pearlware Blue 5.75" Bowl. A beautiful early 19th century dark blue transferware Staffordshire saucer/bowl in the "Chinese Vase" motif. ... moreMarked as shown. Measuring 5.75" diameter and 1.25" high. In very good condition, sporadic crazing in the center bottom as shown. Two base rim nicks as shown. Free Shipping U.S.P.S Priority Mail.
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92.74
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Location: LEICESTER, United Kingdom
A blue and white transferware Spode Caramanian series dinner plate, c. 1810. It is marked to the underside.
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175.00
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Location: Lunenburg, United States
Antique Child's Blue Transfer Pearlware Mug, "A Present from a Friend", England, c. 1800 - 1830. This very fine child's toy pearlware mug is a wonderful ... moreexample of early pearlware pottery. The small mug has a blue transfer scene that shows a fisherman on one side and a rider on the other side of the slogan. The mug has a blue transfer trim around the rim and the transfer scene. There is a slogan around the scene that reads, "A Present from a Friend." The mug has an early applied handle and turned body. The mug is unmarked but dates from the first part of the 19th century. I offer this pearlware child's toy mug with no reserve and a Buy It Now. DIMENSIONS: The child's toy mug stands 2 3/8" H. x 2 5/8" Dia.. CONDITION: The condition is very good to excellent with minimal wear and no damage.
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65.00
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Location: Keene, United States
It is 10” high and dates around the 1830’s. It has damage to the tip of the spout, minor roughness on the rim of the pot were the lid sits, minor roughness ... moreon the rim of the lid that sits inside of the pot and two 1/2” hairlines on the rim of the lid that sits inside the pot. Otherwise it has no other issues
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39.75
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Location: LEICESTER, United Kingdom
It is unmarked to the underside. There is staining, mainly to the reverse and two fine 1/4" hairlines and a small under-rim chip.
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48.16
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Location: United Kingdom
Decorated with the 'The Herdsman or Cattle Drover' Pattern. Presenting a Very Rare Antique Cider or Ale Mug by Swansea which Dates to the Georgian Period. ... moreA Rare Piece that Deserves to be Preserved and Enjoyed.
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240.87
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Location: United Kingdom
Decorated in the Pattern Entitled 'Raby Castle, Durham' from the August Seats Series. Displays Beautifully.
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39.75
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Location: LEICESTER, United Kingdom
A blue and white transferware Robinson Temple Parkland pattern dinner plate, c. 1825. It is unmarked. There are two small glaze loses; one to the shoulder, ... moreone to the rim.
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38.54
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Location: LEICESTER, United Kingdom
A blue and white transferware Italian Scenery series dinner plate, c. 1825. It is marked to the underside.
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42.15
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Location: LEICESTER, United Kingdom
A green and white transferware Spode Tumbledown Dick pattern handled dessert dish, c. 1825. It is marked to the underside and painted with colours as ... morepattern number 3716. There is a 3" crack in the handle with associated poorly-filled chip.
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Location: CHESTER, United Kingdom
Thank you for looking at this beautiful English Pearlware. Liverpool Pennington ‘Daisy Spray’ Pattern Plate c1785 ~ . Condition is Used. Dispatched with ... moreRoyal Mail 2nd Class. Please refer to the photographs regarding condition and size. Also take a moment to look at my otber items and good luck.
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46.97
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Location: LEICESTER, United Kingdom
A blue and white transferware Stevenson & Williams Pastoral series small-size plate, c. 1825. It is marked to the underside.
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175.00
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Location: Keene, United States
Antique Early Staffordshire Teapot Tea Pot c1810 Hand Painted Pearlware This is an early c1810 antique hand painted pearlware teapot from Staffordshire. ... moreEngland. The teapot itself is in very good condition with no damage, just a little wear to the underneath of the spout. The lid needs replacing or restoration as it has a number of chips around the edge, a crack and is missing its finial. Teapot is 10 inches long and measures 7 1/4 inches to the top of the thumb rest on the handle. Signed underneath with a potter's imprint and hand painted decorator's mark. INTERNATIONAL BUYERS. PLEASE CONTACT ME FOR SHIPPING COSTS. IMPORT DUTIES, TAXES AND CHARGES ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THE ITEM PRICE OR SHIPPING CHARGES. THESE ARE THE BUYER'S RESPONSIBILITY. PLEASE CHECK WITH YOUR COUNTRY'S CUSTOMS OFFICE TO DETERMINE WHAT THESE COSTS MIGHT BE BEFORE BIDDING. for more great items! PLEASE WAIT FOR YOUR INVOICE BEFORE PAYING. HAPPY TO COMBINE SHIP AND SHIP WORLDWIDE IF SAFE TO DO SO. PAYPAL IS THE PREFERRED METHOD OF PAYMENT. PAYMENT IS DUE ON RECEIPT OF INVOICE AND WITHIN 7 DAYS. I SHIP USING USPS. USUALLY ON A DAILY BASIS. ALL PACKAGES ARE CAREFULLY WRAPPED TO WITHSTAND THE TRIP. INSURANCE IS BASED ON THE FINAL SELLING PRICE AND IS AUTOMATICALLY INCLUDED FOR ALL ITEMS ENDING OVER $50. PLEASE NOTE INSURANCE IS ALSO INCLUDED FOR OVERSEAS SHIPMENTS FOR 1ST CLASS AIR MAIL PARCELS OVER $50 VALUE AND ALSO IN THE EXPRESS PRIORITY OPTION. txzj pxzj2040 txzj5 txzj71
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45.00
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Location: Lunenburg, United States
Pair of Antique Hand Painted Pearlware Plates, 9 3/4", England, c. 1820 - 1840. This auction offers a pair of very pretty hand painted pearlware plates. ... moreBoth plates are unmarked, but I believe they are English and date to the first half of the 19th century. This pair of hand painted pearlware plates are offered here with a Buy It Now. DIMENSIONS: Each plate is about 7/8" H. x 9 3/4" Dia.. CONDITION: The condition is very good with minimal wear and no damage. SHIPPING: Buyer pays actual shipping costs based upon the 3 pounds and 12 ounces weight and postal zone. Please use the shipping calculator within this listing to calculate postage within the continental United States. This includes professional packing with USPS Mail delivery. FERRANTE'S ANTIQUES offers over 39 years experience as antique dealers.
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295.00
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Condition: Used
Location: Asheville, United States
The pattern is hand painted and gilded gold decorated and the plate is marked on the back with a hand painted mark Turner's Patent. The cobalt blues and ... moreiron red combined with the gold is lovely! The plate displays beautifully!
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198.73
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Location: SALISBURY, United Kingdom
Style: Georgian. Notes: A stunning jug.
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110.00
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Condition: Used
Location: Chelsea, United States
Antique Spode Pearlware Blue Willow Pattern Square footed Service Bowl, England c.1820's. Specific age or origin of actual production regarding this or ... moreany sale item is personally unknown to us.
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Early Spode Pearlware Blue Transfer Saucer Willow Nankin Pattern 1800. Early English pearlware saucer by Spode in the Chinoiserie pattern known as Willow Nankin or Mandarin Variation. With a gilded scalloped border. A deep saucer. More like a bowl. Circa 1800. Marked with a hand painted factory mark. The saucer is 5 inches wide by 1 1/2 inches tall. It weighs 4 oz(shipping weight Please see the detail photos below. Shipping as described in the Shipping calculator. Click below to. View Other Items in Our Store I try hard to describe all items honestly and accurately. But I may make mistakes. Please study the pictures and ask questions before bidding. I will gladly send more pictures if you wish. We are a small family-owned American business. All items are shipped directly to you from Vermont. I will contact you with totals and shipping information ... morewithin 24 hours of the end of the auction. If you do not hear from me. Please check your spam folders. If you have any questions about accepted forms of payment. Please inquire. Please pay within 10 days of winning the auction. If the item is not paid within this span of time, the item may be re-listed and your bid canceled. Fast payment by the winning bidder is also appreciated, thank you. Residents of Vermont must pay 6% state sales tax. Our US shipping policy goes like this: USPS First Class Mail for small packages that weigh less than 12 oz. USPS Priority Mail for lightweight orders that fit in a box 12" square and under. USPS Parcel post or UPS Ground for heaver and larger items that weigh more than a pound or fit in a box 14" square and over. Paintings. Prints and other large pieces are shipped using the best carrier on a case by case basis. We will always combine shipping wherever possible. Return Policy: Satisfaction guaranteed or you may return any item for a full refund. Return must be initiated within 7 days of receipt of package. Foreign buyers. Please confirm your local address and country information at the close of auction, and please include you
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This is a fine Staffordshire pearlware male figure of Abraham sacrificing the lamb of which: During our research we have been informed it certainly dates from the late 18th century. Dates about c1790. Wonderful portrayal of the Abraham sacrifing the lamb on the pillar. a bowl to the floor catching the blood. Square base. it has an overall height of about 8inches. Base with an overall size of about 3inches square. Condition: Considering the age: the overall condition is excellent with: due to age: a small area of restoration to a corner of the base only. All as per pictures. Besides being a very collectable 18th century Staffordshire pearlware male figure of Abraham sacrificing the lamb. Dating about c1790, would also look fabulous displayed. uk to uk: $12 uk to usa: $24 uk to eu europe: $19 uk to worldwide: $27
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Five Day Auction- 19th C. Miniature Embossed Compote with Green Edging. It may be from a child's dinner or tea set. Measures 3 1/2" tall by 5 3/4" across. Great condition with no chips. Cracks or restorations. Attractive overall embossing. Pretty central flower. Light crazing of the glaze. Slight discoloration seen on the pedestal base and in the top bowl consistent with age(see pics for detail) No manufacturer marks. Please feel free to email with any questions before bidding. Thanks for looking and good luck. Posted with.RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fv%7F.rpn30%3E-13cff6ccd77-0xfd-
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800x600 Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Miniature Pearlware Transferware Handleless Cup or Tea Bowl GARDEN SCIENCE Staffordshire England c. 1820 This is a stunning miniature transferware cup. Originally part of a child's complete tea set. The tiny Chinese shaped cup stands 1 1/2" tall on a raised pedestal base and measures 2 1/2" across the top rim. Made without a handle, as were most of the earliest tea cups. The color is a rich Salopian style black transfer, with a hand painted cobalt blue edge and pearlware glaze. The piece was impeccably potted and light bodied. The little cup depicts a young man holding a birds nest being inspected by a girl with a dog. A tiny beaded inside edge with a bold yet delicate floral border trim finishes off the inner rim. The image wraps full round the ... moreperimeter of the cup. With a prominent seam. The decoration is very rich, with very little white space remaining. The cup is unmarked. It was made in the Staffordshire potting egion. Or possibly another potting center in UK in the early to mid-19th century. The pattern name and maker is unknown. The cup is in only fair condition with a reglued V shaped crack. Nibbles on the foot and no other chips cracks or repairs. Minor manufacturing imperfections original to the making. A picturesque example, and a glorious addition to any collection. We have listed a nice variety of early Staffordshire transferware and children's wares this week. And are happy to combined shipping of multiple purchases. Please send us an with any questions or if you would like to see additional photos. Thank you for bidding! International Buyers– Please Note: Most of our merchandise is over 100 years old. And we mark our international parcels“antiques– over 100 years old” US and International government regulations do not allow us to mark merchandise values below value or mark items as"gifts” Import duties, taxes and charges, if any, are not included in the item price or shipping charges. These cha
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This antique white earthenware flower pot is hand decorated with cottage and landscape scenes in pink lustre all around the body. This beautiful flower pot measures 3 3/4" high and is 4 1/2" in diameter across the top. The base measures 2 7/8" across. This is a Staffordshire. England, piece that dates between 1815 and 1860. This flower pot is in excellent condition with no cracks. Chips or repairs. All-over age crazing and one small flea bite on the base rim, that is all. Has very little wear to the pink lustre decoration. Any gold color in the pictures is from camera flash. A very unusual piece. As most pink lustre decoration is found on teapots, mugs, bowls, plates and the like! NOTE: At this time. I only ship to United States addresses. You must pay with a United States PayPal account or your payment will be rejected.
Pearlware Robert Hamilton Stoke 1811-26 Blue Transferware 9.5" Soup Bowl Plate
Pearlware Robert Hamilton Stoke 1811-26 Blue Transferware 9.5" Soup Bowl Plate, A wonderful. Rare, and hard to find antique 19th Century blue and white transferware 10" soft paste pearlware wide rimmed soup bowl or plate made by Robert Ha milton of St oke. England. Depicts a fanciful oriental scene by a river with men and a dog. Beautiful fruit and flowers border. Dates to 18 11-182 6. Has an impressed mark that says Hamilton Stoke. Plate is in good antique condition. No chips. Cracks, or repairs. Has staining and crazing visible on the bottom and a few flecks of excess glaze on the bottom from the firing process. Has a few utensil marks. Offered with No Reserve. Check out my other items! I am happy to combine shipping. Be sure to add me to your favorites list! International Buyers– Please Note: Import duties. Taxes, and charges ... moreare not included in the item price or shipping cost. These charges are the buyer's responsibility. Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to bidding or buying. Item will be shipped as soon as payment is received. I prefer PayPal. My account is set up to accept credit cards. In case you do not have or want a PayPal account. I want my customers to be 100% satisfied. I will accept returns for any reason whatsoever and will refund your payment if the item is returned to me within 14 days of receipt by you. The box must either be unopened or returned with all shipping materials. If the reason for the return is because the item is not as described. I will pay all return shipping charges and will reimburse the original shipping charges. Otherwise, I ask that you pay for the return shipping and I will retain the original shipping charge. Please note that the shipping charge is based on weight and includes a handling fee to cover my out-of-pocket costs including the cost of packing materials.
Staffordshire Pearlware ~ PINK KINGS ROSE ~ Scroll Handle Sugar Bowl c1830 NR AF
A Staffordshire Pearlware Soft Paste Molded Sugar Bowl circa 1830 ~ Pink King's Rose with Scroll Handles ~ No Lid ~ Sold As Found ~ About 4" high ~ about 6 1/2" long An early soft paste Staffordshire or Leeds gaudy dutch type sugar bowl decorated with a large pink rose with yellow and green leaves and flowers on both sides. The body molded with ribbed scroll handles to the sides. Sold strictly'as found' there is wear to the enamels and a few chips from the inner rim and shoulder. See all the pics. Thanks for looking. No Reserve! Please see the other English/ Historical Staffordshire/ porcelain/ pottery/ soft paste/ pearlware/ creamware I have listed.
STAFFORDSHIRE PEARLWARE RAZOR BOX ~ GENEVA 1830
STAFFORDSHIRE PEARLWARE RAZOR BOX ~ GENEVA 1830 Description& Details ROMANTIC BLUE TRANSFERWARE RAZOR BOX VIEW IN GENEVA Davenport Potteries Staffordshire England c. 1820-1830 This early romantic 7 3/8" long x 2 3/4" wide x 1 1/2" tall antique razor box is transfer printed in blue. The finest example we have seen. The fabulous pattern features an early view in Geneva. Community and rural life. Transfers to the inside as well as the outside of the box. Great condition with a hairline to the cover as seen in photos. Payment& Shipping International Buyers Please Note: Our merchandise is over 100 years old. And we mark our international parcels antiques over 100 years old€. US and International government regulations do not allow us to mark merchandise values below value or mark items as"gifts"€. Import duties, ... moretaxes and charges, if any, are not included in the item price or shipping charges.These charges are the buyer's responsibility. Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to bidding/buying. inkfrog terapeak. I000000. InkFrog Analytics.
ANTIQUE PEARLWARE TEAPOT + LID TEA POT ENGLISH LEEDS FLORAL PATTERN PINK RED
MORE PHOTOS BELOW I'm told this is a pearlware teapot from Leeds. Ca. 19c. It isn't marked so please take a look at the photos and decide for yourself. It measures approx. 10" from spout to handle. Decorated with pink pine boughs and red flowers. Condition: There's a chip and hairline on the rim of the lid. Some lustre loss on trim and red discoloration inside. See all the photos below! Before bidding look at all the photos. Ask questions and have a good grasp of condition because most of what we sell is used, not new. Thanks. We have lots of antiques& glassware listed- check our other auctions We're always happy to combine multiple purchases to save on postage. Please wait for an invoice before paying if you buy multiples to make sure you receive combined shipping discount. ~ We charge actual shipping ONLY- no handling ... morefees!~*We accept Paypal. Payment is expected within 4 days. Thanks! We do not falsify customs forms. Buyers are responsible for applicable duty and customs fees. We do not use First Class Mail. We charge actual postage only- no handling fees! 14-day return privileges less shipping charges. Our sticker or invisible mark must remain intact and the item must be returned in the same condition it was sent. ~ Yes! We are always happy to combine multiple purchases!~ Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items. Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.
Pratt Pearlware Hand Decorated Miniature Tea Set Sugar Box + bonus cup 1800 -05
English Pearlware Child's Miniature Lidded Sugar Box Tea Set Staffordshire c. 1800 This miniature children's or dolls lidded sucrier or sugar box was originally part of an early child's miniature tea set. The little Chinese shaped base stands 2" tall. 2 3/4" to the top of the button finial. The sugar measures 2 5/8" across the top rim. Hand decorated with high temperature Pratt enamel colors of mustard burnt orange ochre and cobalt blue decoration on body rims and center, polychrome hand painted decoration on creamy earthenware, painted with colorful repeating vine or chain. Finished with pearlware glaze. A beautiful example of late 18th or early 19th century folk art. We will include a matching handleless cup, shown in the latter photos, a beautiful tiny shelf piece that has sadly been broken in half. We will leave ... moreit together with the sucrier, sold as a set as is. The set is a great example of the early wares exported to America and often found in archeological sites along the Atlantic seaboard. The set was made in Staffordshire or possibly Leeds or Yorkshire in England. Typically. It is unmarked. One of the earliest wares intended for children to play with, used to instruct them in proper table manners or for a playtime dinner party or simply to decorate a dollhouse table. The tiny base is in great condition with one chip on the inside foot rim. An old chip inside the top rim and another painted over on the outer rim(likely original to the making) and no other chips, cracks or repairs. The lid has small chips on the inside edge and nibbling inside the fitting. The cup is discolored and has been broken in two and poorly put back together a long time ago. Glaze ponding stilt marks and stray dots of grit on the inside. Original to the making. A wonderful early miniature, perfectly elegant in its simplicity in a stunning earthy pattern- a fine miniature to add to any AAFA Americana advanced collection. Miniature pearlware tea wares and lidded boxes in hand decorated brushstroke motifs ar
Staffordshire Transfer Printed Pearlware Childs Mug ~ ELLEN 1840
Pearlware Child's Mug ~ ELLEN 1840 Description& Details EARLY CHILDS TRANSFERWARE MUG ELLEN Staffordshire England ~ c. 1840 This is outstanding child's transferware mug is circa 1840. This diminutive piece stands 2 7/8" tall x 2 3/4" wide with an applied loop handle. The mug is light weight and beautifully potted with a blue ponding of a pearlware glaze. It is transfer printed in dark brown with a horizontal swath with the name Ellen surrounded by a plethora of colored flowers and vines. The piece is unmarked. It most certainly was made in the Staffordshire district. Mugs like this were made as gifts for good children and rewards of merit as well as Christening mugs. The condition of this exceptional mug is great. Nicely potted and the transfers were applied with a good deal of attention to detail. It is amazing that ... morethis little piece was made for a child so long ago. Evidently in a cabinet for the last 170 years! Payment& Shipping International Buyers Please Note: Our merchandise is over 100 years old. And we mark our international parcels antiques over 100 years old€. US and International government regulations do not allow us to mark merchandise values below value or mark items as"gifts"€. Import duties, taxes and charges, if any, are not included in the item price or shipping charges.These charges are the buyer's responsibility. Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to bidding/buying. inkfrog terapeak. I000000. InkFrog Analytics.
SUPERB 19thc STAFFORDSHIRE PEARLWARE FEMALE HOLDING FLAME C.1820
A superb early 19thc Staffordshire pearlware figure of a Grecian female in draped robes depicted holding a flame in one hand and a pitcher in the other. An early figure dating.c1810-20. Hollow base. Excellent attention to detail on this pearlware Staffordshire with fine hand painted detail and the Grecian female having a wonderful face. Height some 8.5" The figure is in excellent and age commensurate condition with some restoration to arm holding flame. A superb early 19th century staffordshire pearlware figurine which is very collectable. A fine addition to any Staffordshire collection. UK POSTAGE £7 Returns Policy: If I have made any serious error in my description I will refund provided the item is returned in the same condition in which it was sent. And returned within 7 days.
Fine Lot of 5 English Pearlware Mugs w/ Chinese Chinoiserie Decor ca. 19th c.
Fine Lot of 5 English Pearlware Mugs with China Chinese Chinoiserie Decor ca. 19th c. The cups mugs decorated with fine details throughout. Measure 4 1/2 X 3 1/8 X 3 1/8 inches. One has an outside rim chip, another has a hairline crack, the other three are in good condition with expected age wear. From an old NJ collection. b7g.RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fuk.rp*0%3C3%3Eb7g-13d15d34336-0xf2-
Staffordshire Pearlware ~ KINGS ROSE & OYSTER VAR~ Gaudy Dutch HP Plate c1830 NR
A Staffordshire Pearlware Soft Paste Hand Painted Plate circa 1830 ~ King's Rose and Oyster Variant Gaudy Dutch ~ 7 3/8" in diameter A finely potted soft paste Staffordshire or Leeds gaudy dutch type plate decorated with a solid pink border with fine drape and the center painted with large red king's rose and yellow flower. The plate itself is in excellent condition. Without any chips cracks or restoration but as you can see there is a good deal of wear to the center rose. If you are artistically inclined, you could touch it in to improve the appearance or just enjoy it as shown, which is still lovely. Thanks for looking. No Reserve! Please see the other English/ Historical Staffordshire/ porcelain/ pottery/ soft paste/ pearlware/ creamware I have listed.
DICK WHITTINGTON PEARLWARE TRANSFERWARE English Lrg PITCHER 1868-1883 Registry
Large antique pitcher with the hand colored transfer print on either side. Of DICK WHITTINGTON, a person in the center of an English folk tale of a poor boy( during the 14thc) who became first a wealthy merchant, and eventually the Lord Mayor of London. This was simply because of the ratting abilities of his cat. This character was named for a real person. Richard Whittington, who actually did not come from a poor family. No one knows if he even owned a cat. Very nice display piece and example for the period at a low price. The basic black and white transfer has been added rosey pink. Yellow and greens for some of the details. The pitcher stands 7-1/2" high. 5-1/2" across the widest point from the back of the handle. The base is approx 3" across. Date mark is registry mark of England giving the year between 1868 and 1883. Good ... moreantique condition. 2 tight thin lines or cracks at top and spider type at the base underside. Some staining at seam and typical crazing. Very fine flakes across end of lip. See photos and ask questions if you need more information. Items always guaranteed to be as described but not sold on approval so please ask questions before bidding~ ~I ship daily. 6 days a week, and within 24 hours of payment~ ~Thank You for viewing~I welcome any questions~
EARLY 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH PEARLWARE PINK LUSTER HOUSE pattern CHILDREN'S MUG
This is a beautiful. Early 19th century English Pearlware Pink Luster'House' pattern Child's Mug. It has a rim diameter of approximately 2-1/2" and stands approximately 2-5/8" tall. It is in e xcellent condition with NO chips. NO cracks, NO repairs, NO staining and NO re-glazing. The luster stripe on the rim shows only minor. Age appropriate rubbing as seen in the photos. The molding of the foot-base is crisply executed. This is a wonderful example for collectors of early children's antiques of lusterware collectors. Be sure to see our other listings for additional antique English ceramics as well as antiques in various categories! Please take a moment to look at the photos(click on each photo to enlarge) which are part of the description. Read the terms and conditions for the listing and email us with any questions ... morethat you might have. Also. Please take a moment to look at our other listings for more antiques and vintage items in various categories. Thank you for taking the time to read this listing and best of luck with your bids! PLEASE READ ALL TERMS BELOW BEFORE BIDDING! THANK YOU! Barring an unexpected emergency. We usually issue an invoice within an hour after the close of the auction. Please check your spam settings to make sure the invoice is not sent to your spam/ junk mail bin. Please read the terms regarding the sale of this piece before bidding. Also. We ask you to inquire with any questions and we will certainly attempt to answer those questions to your satisfaction. All of the items that we list should be considered used, vintage or antique. Therefore, use and wear should be expected with these items. We have attempted to explain and define the condition of the piece in the above description and ask that you read that carefully. If you are not sure of something or if you have any questions, please ask! Buy It Now' and'Best Offer' both require immediate payment with PayPal upon purchase. Payment with PayPal is expected within 4 days from close for all auction li
2pc Pearlware Tea Set DAISY & BEAD Sheet Print Spode c. 1810
Rare Childs Pearlware 2pc Tea Set DAISY& BEAD Spode ~ Staffordshire. England c. 1810 This is a very early tea cup and saucer set. Originally part of a complete nursery tea set made for childs play or to accessorize an elegant pre-Victorian dollhouse. The set is printed in a brilliant cobalt blue against a creamy earthenware blank. Finished with thick pearlware glaze, decorated with an overall sheet print of stylized daisy flowers and beaded edge and a sunburst inside the cup. The round cup stands 1 3/4" tall with an applied bute shape handle; the saucer measures 4 1/8” in diameter with a deep center well. The set has no maker's marks. The pattern is shown on an early Spode teapot in Lorraine Punchard’s book“Playtime Pottery& Porcelain from the US an UK” page 36) And according to David Drakard's book"Spode Transfer ... morePrinted Ware 1784- 1833" the pattern is identified as"Daisy and Bead" made by Spode in the early 19th century. The set is in great condition with no chips cracks or repairs. A smidgen of edge wear on outside rim of the saucer. Consistent with age, and a tiny kiln kiss original to the making, inside the saucer. An extremely rare example of a fine early set, a perfect addition to an advanced collection of miniature pearlware. We are pleased to offer FREE domestic(USA) shipping with this purchase. Please send us an email with any questions or if you would like to see additional photos. Thank you for watching our auctions! International Buyers– Please Note: Most of our merchandise is over 100 years old. And we mark our international parcels“antiques– over 100 years old” US and International government regulations do not allow us to mark merchandise values below value or mark items as"gifts” Import duties, taxes and charges, if any, are not included in the item price or shipping charges. These charges are the buyer's responsibility. Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to bidding/buying. No
Antique Robert Hamilton Ruined Castle Pearlware Blue Transfer Coffee Pot 1820
Antique Robert Hamilton Ruined Castle Pearlware Blue Transfer Coffee Pot 1820. Blue Transfer Pearlware Coffee Pot by Robert Hamilton of Stoke. Staffordshire, circa 1820. You can see the blue of the pearlware glaze where it pools in the crevices. The coffee pot is 10 1/2 inches tall by 9 1/2 inches wide from spout to handle. The coffee pot has a pastoral scene with a flower border. Cows drink in a river that meanders through a decayed bridge. On the far bank three figures are seen at table under shades with a fourth in attendance. Another couple converse. Behind them a ruined castle towers while a town and mountain can be seen. Hamilton's version of the pattern is shown here although it is unmarked. It is identified from pieces marked HAMILTON/STOKE(cf. The Dictionary of Blue& White Printed Pottery 1780-1880 Volume I. By A.W. Coysh ... moreand R.K. Henrywood, 1982, p.313) Condition: very good overall. The spout has been professionally repaired. As shown. No other cracks, chips or repairs. Shipping is by the methods shown in the shipping calculator. Click below to. View Other Items in Our Store I try hard to describe all items honestly and accurately. But I may make mistakes. Please study the pictures and ask questions before bidding. I will gladly send more pictures if you wish. We are a small family-owned American business. All items are shipped directly to you from Vermont. I will contact you with totals and shipping information within 24 hours of the end of the auction. If you do not hear from me. Please check your spam folders. If you have any questions about accepted forms of payment. Please inquire. Please pay within 10 days of winning the auction. If the item is not paid within this span of time, the item may be re-listed and your bid canceled. Fast payment by the winning bidder is also appreciated, thank you. Residents of Vermont must pay 6% state sales tax. Our US shipping policy goes like this: USPS First Class Mail for small packages that weigh less than 12 oz. USPS Priority Mail for lightweight orders
English Pair Davenport Pearlware Enamel Landscape Painted Plates c1810-25 Cows
This pair of amazing English Davenport Pearlware Plates measures about 7.5" tall. This is the second pair we have listed. The paintings on these plates different and original to this pair. They are both overgrazed with an orange/ tan enamel. And then painted over with landscapes with a black enamel. Both of the plates is marked Davenport. One plate even has a pair of cattle grazing on the front. That plate is more worn than the other. The mark on the back dates to 1810-25. Which makes these plates approximately 200 years old. They each have crazing and enamel loss as pictured
Antique 18th Century Staffordshire Shell-edged Pearlware Plate w/ Green Rim
Antique 18th-early 19th Century English Staffordshire Shell Edged Pearlware Plate This is a nice old Staffordshire Shell Edged Pearlware dinner plate with an incised green rim. It is an antique piece dating from the late 18th to early 19th centuries. Made at the latter part of the cream ware craze. Potters always chased the idea of a whiter ware, and this harder white past body was glazed with a glaze that had a slight blue tint to it(which you can see puddled around the rim of the base etc) It rapidly became the most popular ware of its' day, and this colored shell-edged style was broadly in use. This plate is 9" in diameter. It definitely has what folks call"condition issues" There is a crack running along across the face of the plate, almost edge to edge(the plate is still intact, though, and the crack doesn't actually ... moredetract from it when it is in a display setting) There is a small firing flaw on the face, too, along with use wear scratches where the rim is joined to the body. There are a few chips on the underside of the rim, the largest of which is about 1/4" in diameter- none of these show on the front of the plate when it is displayed. The crack is visible on the back, and there is the characteristic pooling of blue so characteristic of this ware. The back carries a potter's mark that looks like a small eagle, with the embossed name, Adams Warranted, Staffordshire" surrounding it. In the picture of the potter's mark I've darkened it somewhat to try to bring out the lettering and eagle- it actually is the same blue/white color as the face. OK- so she is no longer a beauty queen, but this nice old plate is close to 200 years old. I displayed her for a long time in my china cabinet and the flaws never seemed very noticeable to me. A great addition to a"type collection" of early English Pottery. Please note: Paypal is required for payment. And payment should be completed promptly following close of bidding. I wrap and pack carefully and ship USPS parcel
Fine Staffordshire or Leeds Pearlware ~ STRAWBERRIES & ROSES ~ HP Plate c1810
A Staffordshire or Leeds Pearlware Hand Painted Strawberry Plate circa 1810 ~ 11 Round Strawberries& 6 Pink Roses ~ 7 1/2" in diameter A soft paste Staffordshire plate hand painted with a bright red round strawberries and leaves. With full pink roses scattered over thin brick red stripes, tendrils and a pink ribbon. This type of decoration is usually called Strawberry Pearlware. The back is marked with an impressed asterisk. In excellent condition; there are no chips. Cracks, restoration or over painting or touch up. There is some wear to the green leaves, see the close up, the larger leaves are somewhat worn but not re-touched. Out of 100 I would give it a 96 for condition and appearance. Thanks for looking. No Reserve! Please see the other English/ Historical Staffordshire/ porcelain/ pottery/ soft paste/ pearlware/ creamware I ... morehave listed.
Staffordshire Pearlware Pratt Type ~ SPANISH MUSICIAN ~ Child's Plate c1830 NR
A Colorful Staffordshire Pearlware Prattware Child's Plate c1830 ~ SPANISH MUSICIAN ~ PROSPERITY GAINS FRIENDS ~ ADVERSITY TRIES THEM~ 7" in diameter A Staffordshire pearlware plate with Pratt type molded border with raised flowers enameled in a pretty palette of red. Blue, yellow and green. The center has a blue transfer of the Spanish musician beside a fountain and several flags. In excellent display condition; there is a tight hairline about 5 o'clock that goes from rim to just inside the center. But otherwise all is fine. Thanks for looking. No Reserve! Please see the other English/ Historical Staffordshire/ porcelain/ pottery/ soft paste/ pearlware/ creamware I have listed.
Antique Plate - Two Girls on Lawn - Pearlware? Creamware? English?
Here is a very old antique p late that I found at an estate sale. It has no markings as to the maker. It depicts two young girls on the grass lawn. And it looks like one of the girls is eit her combing the other one's hair. Or weaving a garland of roses into her hair. It mea sures 7" in diameter. There is a little impressed mark on the back. B ut it is impossible to tell what it is. There are no c racks. No chips- there is some light brown staining on the outer rim of raised flowers and leaves. However. The center of the plate with the de pic tion of the two little girls looks fine. I will start this auction at a low price because I don't know anything about this plate- age. Manufactu rer. Country of origin. Etc. Please email me with any questions or requests for more photos and I will be happy to oblige. No reserve. I do combine ... moreshipping. And I accept personal checks and PayPal. Please email me regarding other payment methods. Buyer pays shipping. Pickup at my home is also available. I do not charge a handling fee. The weight I have designated in my listing always includes the box and packing materials I will need to ship your item safely and delivered to you in perfect condition. Bid with confidence, your satisfaction is guaranteed. I pack very carefully with bubble wrap and double or triple box when necessary. Thanks for looking and good luck bidding! Click Here. Double your traffic. Get Vendio Gallery- Now FREE!
LARGE HISTORICAL PEARLWARE STAFFORDSHIRE PLATTER, C. 1825
UP FOR SALE IS A LARGE BLUE TRANSFERWARE PLATTER. SOLD"AS IS" DISPLAYS VERY WELL, BUT THERE ARE SOME CONDITION ISSUES, FIRST THERE IS A BIT OF FLAKING TO FRONT SHOWN IN PIC#2 A SMALL CHIP TO FRON EDGE AT 12:00 BACKSIDE OF PLATTER SHOWS A LONG GLAZE HAIRLINE, THIS DOES NOT GO THROUGH TO FRONT, THERE IS ALSO A 4" AGE CRACK SHOWN IN PIC#5, MUCH EASIER TO SEE ON BACK THEN FRONT, ITS HIDDEN IN THE PATTERN, PLATTER IS LARGE AND BEAUTIFUL, DISPLAYS VERY WALL FOR WALL DECORATION, MEASURES 21" X 16 1/2" UNMARKED, THANKS FOR LOOKING
Antique Leeds Blue Feather Edge Rose and Shell 16 Inch Pearlware Platter 1820
Antique Leeds Blue Feather Edge Rose and Shell 16 Inch Pearlware Platter 1820. Offered for sale is this large Leeds platter with the blue" feather edge" over a molded rose and shell rim. This is an early piece. Dating before 1830. You can see the blue of the pearlware glaze where in pools in low points in the design. It is marked with some impressed numerals. It looks like it was first marked"15" by mistake, then overstruck"16" The platter measures 16 1/4 inches long by 13 1/4 inches wide. It weighs 3 lbs 10 oz(shipping weight 6 lbs) Condition: The piece is in excellent condition- no chips. No cracks, only very minor wear. Two very small dots of rust on the rim, as shown. Please see the detail photos below. Shipping is by the methods listed in the shipping calculator. Please buy with confidence. We have shipped ... morethousands of pieces of delicate china and glass safely and securely. Please use the shipping calculator to get a quote to your area. Please visit our store to see the other items. Thank you for your interest. Click below to. View Other Items in Our Store I try hard to describe all items honestly and accurately. But I may make mistakes. Please study the pictures and ask questions before bidding. I will gladly send more pictures if you wish. We are a small family-owned American business. All items are shipped directly to you from Vermont. I will contact you with totals and shipping information within 24 hours of the end of the auction. If you do not hear from me. Please check your spam folders. If you have any questions about accepted forms of payment. Please inquire. Please pay within 10 days of winning the auction. If the item is not paid within this span of time, the item may be re-listed and your bid canceled. Fast payment by the winning bidder is also appreciated, thank you. Residents of Vermont must pay 6% state sales tax. Our US shipping policy goes like this: USPS First Class Mail for small packages that weigh less than 12 oz. USPS Priority Mail for lightweight orders th
Pearlware Staffordshire Child's Mug Cup ~ MARY ANN 1840
Pearlware Staffordshire Child's Mug Cup ~ MARY ANN 1840 Description& Details EARLY CHILDS TRANSFERWARE MUG ~~ MARY ANN Staffordshire England ~ c. 1840 This is whimsical little child's transferware mug. Circa 1840. This diminutive piece stands 2 3/4" tall x 2 7/8" wide with an applied loop handle with leaf terminals. The mug is light weight and beautifully potted. It is transfer printed in rich black with a pearlware glaze. The named mug" Mary Ann" is wrapped in a cartouche of flowers and vines. The mug is naive and richly detailed. The piece is unmarked. It most certainly was made in the Staffordshire district. Mugs like this were made as gifts for good children and rewards of merit. Used to aid in children's education and moral training, and to encourage their imaginations in the early to mid-19th century. ... moreThe images were taken from copperplate engravings used in children's books of the same period. The mug is in exceptional condition. No chips, cracks or repairs. Bright and very clean. Children's early mugs of this quality is quite scarce and highly sought after. The images are delightful, a throwback to a much simpler time. The cup will make a great addition to your collection of children's dishes. Please email me with any questions or if you would like to see additional photos. Payment& Shipping International Buyers Please Note: Our merchandise is over 100 years old. And we mark our international parcels antiques over 100 years old€. US and International government regulations do not allow us to mark merchandise values below value or mark items as"gifts"€. Import duties, taxes and charges, if any, are not included in the item price or shipping charges.These charges are the buyer's responsibility. Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to bidding/buying. inkfrog terapeak. I000000. InkFrog Analytics.
Antique English 19thC Early Staffordshire Pearlware Portly Toby Jug Mug 9"
Antique English 19thC Early Staffordshire Pearlware Portly Toby Jug Mug 9" Click Photos to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Description Antique 19thC Staffordshire Toby Mug. 9" very early example. Overall good condition. Missing whatever he was holding in his hands, displays well, see pics. Welcome to our auction and thanks for visiting! Be sure to check out all our other fine items offered for sale this week and throughout the year. Feel free to ask any questions and thanks for looking! All items are sold AS-IS. As pictured. Most all of the items we sell are antique or vintage and a certain degree of wear should be expected. Overall good condition" means that the piece is in good condition based on age, use, etc. If you have any questions, please ... moreask prior to bidding- I don’t mind answering questions or giving more details, feel free to ask away! If you have any problem with your item or transaction, please let me know and I will do what is necessary make it right. If you're happy(and we know you will be) leave positive feedback and 5 Stars and I will do the same for you. Thanks! INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMERS* 1. Import duties. Taxes, and charges are NOT INCLUDED in the item price or shipping charges. These charges are the buyers responsibility. 2. Please check with your countrys customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to bidding/ buying. These charges are normally collected by the delivering freight(shipping) company or when you pick the item up do not confuse them for additional shipping charges 3. We do not, and will not mark merchandise values below actual value or mark items as"gifts" US and International government regulations prohibit such behavior. For more info visit this site http:www.wcoomd.org/tariff/ Payment and Shipping PAYMENT TERMS: Payment is due within 7 days of auction close. With Paypal being the preferred method of payment.
Spode Pearlware Pottery Forest Landscape Compote
Antique English Spode Pearlware Pottery Forest Landscape Blue Transfer Ware Compote Bowl. In the Devonia shape with opposing C scrolls with peaked points. Transfer printed with an elaborate floral and cell border enclosing a large Chinese landscape with a forest at right. The exterior printed with a matching border and smaller landscapes. The conforming shaped foot with matching border. Impressed Spode and retains an old price label. In very good condition with the usual and expected slight potting. Glazing and firing flaws. Some darkened crazing on the bottom interior of the bowl. Circa 1820. Measures 4 1/2" high. 9" x 12" approx. Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.
ANTIQUE STAFFORDSHIRE Tureen Base PEARLWARE BLUE FEATHER EDGE two handles
FAST SHIPPING! SEE OUR FEEDBACK! See our other auctions. Any questions please email and view our feedback. Items over 5 lbs we offer FEDEX ground for better rates! Email with zip code for rate If the Calculated Shipping appears High email me with your zip code and I'll find a better Rate Winning bid to pay shipping weight of 5 lbs, INTERNATIONAL SHIP IS AS IS NO RETURNS, INTERNATIONAL SHIP MAY REQUIRE ADDITIONAL FEE'S, $1.80 handling fee which includes.80 del confirm required by Paypal. Credit cards accepted via paypal. Pa residents add 6% Sales Tax. Steve, Powered by
ANTIQUE C1800 STAFFORDSHIRE PEARLWARE CHERUB 4" SPILL? VASE
HERE'S A VERY PRETTY LITTLE PEARLWARE CHERUB VASE IN VERY FINE CONDITION. NO CHIPS, CRACKS, OR REPAIRS, JUST WEAR TO THE GOLD AT THE TOP AND BOTTOM, NEARLY GONE. THIS PIECE WAS HAND PACKED INTO THE MOLD AND HAS A NICELY MODELED FACE AND WINGS. IT MEASURES JUST ABOUT 4" HIGH BY 3" WIDE BY 2" THICK. PLEASE CHECK OUT THE PICTURE/PICTURES FOR BEST DETAILS AND WE WILL ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS ASAP. IF YOU WANT MORE PICTURES. JUST INCLUDE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS. PLEASE CHECK YOUR MAILING ADDRESS AS I USE THAT FOR PRINTING OUT THE MAILING LABELS. THANKS FOR LOOKING AND GOOD LUCK! ANNIECRICKET. Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items. RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fuk.rp*60c23f%60%3E-13d2188ef1a-0xf6-
2 FIGURINES OLD AGE GEORGIAN STAFFORDSHIRE PEARLWARE 8 1/8 in. TALL CIRCA 1840'S
2 Georgian Staffordshire Pearlware( figurines. Circa 1840's. Both measure 8 1/8 inches high. The crutch under the elderly gentlemans arm shows a break and repair.There are some chips about the face of both figures, a chip out of the cloak of the elderly women. Over all very good for their age. Please study photographs for sense of condition.
19th c. Transferware American Historical Eagle Staffordshire Pearlware Stubbs
An important early 19th century Staffordshire blue transferware warming dome decorated with American Eagles in relief and in the border. Highest quality and excellent condition. Bears an interesting paper label on the inside reading No. 259 in script. Measures 9 1/4" x 8" American subjects are quite rare and desireable. This is an exemplary piece. Please view our other auctions. I am told by an eBayer that this pattern is called"Woodlands Near Philadelphia" ca. 1820 by Joseph Stubbs.
Rare Antique Pearlware Purple Transferware Cup Plate Romantic Staffordshire 5"
Rare Antique Pearlware Purple Transferware Cup Plate Romantic Staffordshire 5" Up for auction we have a lovely Staffordshire Cup Plate dating to the 1800's. In a hard to find purple color with a wonderful Peacock perched above a Grecian Urn. The plate measures 5" round and has no chips. Cracks or discoloration. Wonderful find fresh from an estate in Northern Vermont. Thank you. We accept payment through Pay Pal and ask that payments be received no later than three days from auction end. Residents of Vermont must pay 6% sales tax or provide a valid resale number. Shipping will be through the US Postal Service or United Parcel Service and the method used will depend on the size and weight of the package. As well as the distance it must travel. Fragile items will be handled and packaged with care. We do recycle clean used boxes ... morewhenever possible. We will be happy to combine items to save on shipping whenever possible. Will not ship internationally, please do not ask. Thank you. Returns will be accepted if item is grossly misrepresented. Buyer pays return shipping. All items are sold in as is condition. I buy and sell antique and previously used items. I try to describe them with the best of my knowledge and integrity. If for some reason you feel my item was grossly misrepresented please contact me to resolve the issue. Thank you. We have been selling on eBay for thirteen years. Please check our feedback and bid with confidence. Please contact us through the eBay system. We check emails everyday.
LOVELY STAFFORDSHIRE PEARLWARE TEAPOT,( WOOD(?)
DESCRIPTION THIS IS A WONDERFUL TEAPOT THAT I'VE HAD FOR ABOUT 25 YEARS. BY THE RESEARCH THAT I HAVE DONE. I HAVE FOUND THAT THIS PATTERN AND DESIGN ARE MOST LIKELY BY ENOCH WOOD,OR ENOCH WOOD AND SONS, AND THAT THEY ARE PIECES DATING TO THE EARLY TO MID 1800'S. THIS PIECE IS NOT SIGNED, BUT DOES HAVE A STYLIZED"3" ON THE BOTTOM. KINDLY TAKE NOTE OF THE BEAUTIFUL RAISED MOTIF AND LOVELY FLORAL FINIAL. THIS TEAPOT HAS A BEAUTIFUL STYLE AND SHAPE. I FIND THE PAINT TO BE FULLY INTACT OTHER THAN SOME VERY SLIGHT MANUFACTURER'S FLAWS. I HAVE EXAMINED IT THOROUGHLY. AND FIND NO REPAIRS. THE TEAPOT MEASURES APPROXIMATELY 6 INCHES TALL, INCLUDING THE FINIAL, AND ABOUT 10" LONG, SO IT'S A VERY NICE SIZE. AS WITH ANYTHING OF THIS AGE. THERE IS OVER-ALL CRAZING. THE PICTURES SHOW A SLIGHTLY ROUGH EDGE TO THE RIGHT SIDE ... moreOF THE SPOUT, AND 2 SMALL CHIPS TO THE FRONT AND LEFT OF THE SPOUT. VISIBLE ALSO IS A CRACK TO THE RIGHT SIDE, THAT RUNS FROM THE COLLAR TO THE MIDDLE OF THE DECOR AROUND THE BODY. THERE IS ALSO A HAIRLINE ON THE RIGHT BACK SECTION, RUNNING TOWARDS THE HANDLE, AND ALSO IN THE DECORATED PORTION. OTHER THAN THOSE, THE HANDLE, RIM AND COLLAR AMAZINGLY HAVE NO CHIPS, AND ANY OTHER FLAWS ARE IN THE MANUFACTURING PROCESS.SPEAKING OF WHICH, IF YOU ZOOM ON THE PHOTOS AND LOOK TOWARDS THE BASE, THERE ARE SEVERAL SPSOTS WHERE GLAZE DIDN'T COVER DURING THE MAKING. THE LID IS ABOUT AS PERFECT AS CAN BE. THERE ARE 3 TINY TINY SPOTS ON THE INSIDE RIM THAT ARE BARELY WORTHY OF EVEN BEING CALLED"FLEA BITES" THIS SIMPLY LOVELY PIECE DISPLAYS BEAUTIFULLY. TERMS OF SALE I ONLY ACCEPT PAYPAL. SOME BUYERS HAVE ASKED FOR OTHER METHODS. I'M SORRY.I'M NOT A DEALER OR A SPECIALIST IN ANYTHING. I AM MOSTLY JUST SELLING ITEMS FROM MY OWN COLLECTION. AS I AM GETTING OLDER AND DOWN-SIZING. ALTHOUGH I WILL GLADLY ALLOW IN PERSON PICK UP OF ITEMS FOR LOCAL BUYERS, PLEASE DON'T ASK FOR PAYMENT METHODS OTHER THAN PAYPAL. PAYMENT IS EXPECTED WITHIN 2 DAYS PLEASE ASK QUESTIONS BEFORE BID
RARE C.1790-1805 PRATT WARE PEARLWARE PITCHER WITH HEART AND CHILDREN
JUST OUT OF AN OLD ESTATE I FOUND THIS GREAT EARLY VERY DETAILED PRATT WARE PEARLWARE PITCHER. IT HAS A HEART ON BOTH SIDES WITH CHILDREN. TINY DIE STAMP MARKS IDENTIFY EACH SCENE. ONE SAYS SPORTIVE INNOCENCE AND THE OTHER MISCHIEVOUS SPORT. THERE IS A LIGHT CAST OF BLUE GLAZE ON THIS CLEARLY TYPICAL OF PEARLWARE. THERE ARE NO REPAIRS BUT IT DOES HAVE 2 REALLY OLD HAIRLINES IN THE BODY ON EACH SIDE OF HANDLE BUT NO DAMAGE TO THE HANDLE. NO DAMAGE TO LIP EITHER THOUGH THERE IS A SLIGHT GLAZE WEAR ON SIDE OF LIP. I HAVE SEEN A COUPLE OF THESE PITCHERS AND THIS HAS THE MOST SHARPEST DETAIL ESPECIALLY WITH THOSE TITLES OF SCENES VISABLE. THIS WAS NEVER HARD SCRUBBED AND THE SURFACE HAS SURVIVED IN EXCEPTIONAL CONDITION. VERY DETAILED PATTERN AT TOP AND THOSE LEAVES AT BASE ALSO HAVE SHARP DETAIL. ALSO THERE ARE STYLIZED LEAVES GOING DOWN THE ... moreHANDLE. THIS WAS PROBABLY DONE EARLY AROUND 1790 DUE TO THAT SHARP DETAIL. IT MEASURES 5 1/8 INCHES HIGH BY 5 3/8 WIDE FROM LIP TO HANDLE. MY PICTURES MAY SHOW A BIT OF PINK HUE TO THEM BUT IT IS NOT ON THE PITCHER. SHIPPING TO THE UK IS 20.00 BUYER TO PAY WITHIN 3 DAYS THANKS.
Antique UNUSUAL Stick Spatterware Pearlware Cup Saucer Demitasse, Dots/Lines
ANTIQUE STICK SPATTERWARE. PEARLWARE THREE COLOR CUP AND SAUCER This is a nice. Small stick spatterware cup and saucer. It features three colors including cobalt blue, green and rose. The cup measures 1-7/8' tall to the top of the handle with a diameter of 2-5/8" at the top and 1-1/4' at the bottom rim. The deep saucer, which is almost like a small bowl, is 4-3/8" in diameter across the top rim. Both pieces are in excellent condition just showing a tiny rough spot on the cup rim and a flea bite nick on the bottom rim of the saucer. Both pieces show some crazing in their glaze. A terrific example of a smaller size stick spatterware cup and saucer! Note: All porcelain is double boxed for safe delivery. THANKS FOR VISITING LANE'S COUNTRY LARK! Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your ... moreactive items.
Early Pearlware Staffordshire Child's Mug ~ MARTHA 1830
Early Pearlware Staffordshire Child's Mug ~ MARTHA 1830 Description& Details EARLY CHILDS TRANSFERWARE MUG NAMED MUG ~ MARTHA Staffordshire England ~ c. 1830 This is whimsical little child's transferware mug. Circa 1830. This diminutive piece stands 2 3/4" tall x 2 3/4" wide with an applied acanthus type loop handle. The mug is light weight and beautifully potted with a pearlware glaze. The small mug has a wonderful engine turned base. The mug is transfer printed in black with a spectacular scrolling with whisps of fern or seaweed and flowers surrounding the name. The name" MARTHA" in a lovely type is placed at the front of the mug. The mug is rare as the name Martha was very uncommon and near impossible to find on early children's ware. The piece is unmarked. It most certainly was made in the Staffordshire ... moredistrict. Mugs like this were made as gifts for good children and rewards of merit. Used to aid in children's education and moral training, and to encourage their imaginations in the early to mid-19th century. The images were taken from copperplate engravings used in children's books of the same period. The condition of this exceptional mug is EXCELLENT. Clean and bright with no wear. Normal stilt marks. Nicely potted and the transfers were applied with a good deal of attention to detail. It is amazing that this little piece was made for a child so long ago! Children's early mugs of this quality is quite scarce and highly sought after. The images are delightful. A throwback to a much simpler time. The cup will make a great addition to your collection of children's dishes. We have other mugs of this quality. Please inquire. Please email me if you need further information. Please email me with any questions or if you would like to see additional photos. Payment& Shipping International Buyers Please Note: Our merchandise is over 100 years old. And we mark our international parcels antiques over 100 years old€. US and International government regulations do
Antique c. 1800 Staffordshire Pearlware Figural Candlestick Cupid Cherub Angel
Offered here for your consideration is an antique Staffordshire pearlware figural candlestick from the late 18th early 19th century. Alas. Part of the top rim is lacking as well as the item cradled in the arm. Has light surface wear, spots of glaze loss throughout, light chipping along with other signs of light wear commensurate with age. Measurements: 8.5"H. 3.5"W, 3.65"L. Please see the other items that we have offered this week. PLEASE READ After the close of the auction or listing we will email the winning bidder an invoice through Ebay based on his/her registered zip code or country code. Smaller domestic packages(under 12" will ship USPS priority shipping. Delivery confirmation and a $4 handling fee. Larger domestic packages will ship USPS Parcel Post to save on shipping costs. International shipping will usually ... moreinclude USPS International priority shipping with tracking and a $4 handling fee. Our handling fee applies to each item purchased; multiple purchases will ship together(when possible) to save on shipping fees. We ship one day a week which is on Tuesday. We guarantee each item to be sold as listed. If an item is not as described. You may return it for a full refund. If you would like to return it for any other reason, we will refund your payment minus shipping + handling. Thanks for looking and good luck!
IMPORTANT LARGE ANTIQUE EARLY 19C STAFFORSHIRE PEARLWARE LION STATUE FIGURE
Welcome to Chamberlain Discovery Chamberlain Discovery is your NUMBER#1 source for continuous fine offerings of antiques. Collectibles, and works of art. Almost all of our auctions start at $9.99 with NO RESERVE, with many worth well into thousands of dollars. This week we have a wonderful group of early pearlware and staffordshire, KPM porcelain plaques, and an outstanding collection of miniature portrait paintings. THIS AUCTION: This auction is for an absolutely stunning piece of pearlware dating to the first part of the 19th century. It is in the form of a large lion resting his front right paw on a large ball. The detail and color is of the best quality. The base is painted with a marbleized pattern accented with green leaves. Most of the similar statues we found that sold recently sold for around $5.000 and more. The condition of the ... morepiece is excellent for the age. There is one split on the base that may have been original to the piece. It was been filled in and painted and then stabilized with a resin at the base. An early form of repair. There are a few other stress lines around the base which are quite common and can be seen in the photos. Only one of these lines can be seen on the outside. It measures 12.25 inches long and stands 10 inches tall. Be sure to check out our other listings for more early stafforshire and pearlware listed this week at $9.99 with NO RESERVE!
LARGE ANTIQUE COPELAND PEARLWARE PLATTER WITH BIRDS
LARGE ANTIQUE COPELAND PEARLWARE PLATTER WITH BIRDS This is a gorgeous antique platter that is signed in the back with impressed. Copeland" with a"B" an'80" and a"Y" in the center and also some painted numbers and marks also. It measures 14 1/4" long. It is in very good condition but does have some slight utencil marks in the center and shows some wear(see last photo) A beautiful early platter to add to your collection or home decor! Thanks for looking!
EARLY 19TH CENTURY CREAMWARE PEARLWARE RETICULATED OVAL BOWL
This beautiful pearl ware/cream ware bowl is 10" from handle to handle and the bowl part is 9" X 6" with depth of 3 1/2" I would think it is a chestnut bowl and likely had an under plate originally. I only have the bowl. This is an early piece and certainly 1st quarter of 19th century if not late 18th. Condition is very good with a noting that one side has had a restoration many. Many years ago.
Enoch Wood Grecian Scenery 1814-1836 Pearlware Blue Transferware 10.5" Plate NR
Enoch Wood Grecian Scenery 1814-1836 Pearlware Blue Transferware 10.5" Plate NR, A wonderful. Rare, and hard to find antique 19th Century blue and white transferware 10 1/4" soft paste pearlware 10 1/2" plate made by Enoch Wood& Sons of Burslem. England in the Grecian Scenery pattern. Made of"Celtic China. Has a gadrooned edge. Shows a mansion house with a family in front of it. Dates to about 1814-1836. Has a printed title mark that says Celtic China EW& S Grecian Scenery. Plate is in antique condition. No repairs or cracks. A few flea bites to the underside of the rim. Rim has darkened. Crazing and staining visible on the bottom. A few firing flaws on the bottom. Offered with No Reserve. Check out my other items! I am happy to combine shipping. Be sure to add me to your favorites list! International Buyers– Please ... moreNote: Import duties. Taxes, and charges are not included in the item price or shipping cost. These charges are the buyer's responsibility. Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to bidding or buying. Item will be shipped as soon as payment is received. I prefer PayPal. My account is set up to accept credit cards. In case you do not have or want a PayPal account. I want my customers to be 100% satisfied. I will accept returns for any reason whatsoever and will refund your payment if the item is returned to me within 14 days of receipt by you. The box must either be unopened or returned with all shipping materials. If the reason for the return is because the item is not as described. I will pay all return shipping charges and will reimburse the original shipping charges. Otherwise, I ask that you pay for the return shipping and I will retain the original shipping charge. Please note that the shipping charge is based on weight and includes a handling fee to cover my out-of-pocket costs including the cost of packing materials.
Antique 19th century Wedgwood Sauce Tureen & Undertray Brown Pearlware Regency
Antique 19th century Wedgwood creamware sauce tureen and cover with an integral under tray and handles at the side. Nice flowerhead knop on the lid. All highlighted with handsome brown lines on a beautiful cream ground. Excellent condition and very clean. Marked on the bottom with impressed: WEDGWOOD L OXI. Please view our other auctions for more 19th century Wedgwood. Measures 7 1/8" over handles x 4 1/2" x just under 5" tall.
ANTIQUE LARGE PEARLWARE PLATTER BLUE FEATHER EDGE SIGNED HALL CA 1802-1822
ANTIQUE LARGE PEARLWARE PLATTER BLUE FEATHER EDGE SIGNED HALL CA 1802-1822, A large pearlware oval platter with ornate molded feather edge embellished with blue. England. Staffordshire John& Ralph Hall- ca 1802-1822 This platter is noteworthy due to its form. Age, and condition. The platter is pearlware with an ornate molded edge that includes shells, acanthus leaves, rosettes and bold feathering, all embellished with a gorgeous blue glaze. The platter measures 16" long, 13" wide with a depth of 1 1/2" The surround measures 1 3/4" It is marked on the back with Hall impressed in the clay under the glaze. There is also a number 15. Condition This platter is in what I call mint. Original condition. There are no chips, cracks, hairlines, stains, or repairs. There is the mildest amount of crazing commensurate with age. ... moreOne tiny kiln pop to the glaze on the surround(5th photo) and one small glaze skip to the cavetto, which I mention for accuracy and do not consider these flaws. Guaranteed authentic, this is a spectacular platter for the collector or dealer of pearlware, Hall ceramics, or feather edge ware. Reasonable offers will be considered. Payment and Shipping PayPal payments are welcomed. Buyer pays calculated shipping via USPS parcel post or priority mail With the exception of Sundays and holidays. I ship within 24-48 hours after PayPal payment confirmation. Please read my return policy carefully. As I will no longer accept returns unless I have inaccurately described this item. International bidders are welcome to bid. But please contact me for payment and shipping details prior to placing a bid or purchasing with buy it now. I will not mark any item as a gift on the customs form and the full amount of the sale price will be disclosed. Feel free to email with any questions prior to bidding. And be sure to scroll down for all of the pictures. They can be clicked on for the larger versions. Thanks for visiting possums-pantry and please take a moment to visit my eBay store. Possums-pantry an
Antique Porcelain PearlWare Rose Border pedestal round plate circa 1800's roses
For your consideration is an antique round pedestal plate. Marked Pearl Ware. Pearlware started being produced in 1779 and continued until around 1840. By 1820 Pearlware was in decline. I am not sure how old these dishes are. But are at least 150 years old. Pearlware was started by Staffordshire and Wedgwood later improved. I believe these are Wedgwood as they do not have the cream tint in them. They have scalloped edges and are just beautiful. Pattern is Rose Border. Signed and the number 3573 is on the bottom. The round dish measures 9 1/2" in diameter and rises about 3" All the dishes are concave, not flat plates. I have two of these, however one of the round dishes has a chip on the bottom of the handle and was cracked and glued. The top does not show the repair unless you really look for it, the bottom shows the glue mark. ... moreIf you are interest in the second one, let me know and we can decide on a price and I will change this listing to include both pieces. Beautiful white background with a pink outside and gold trim and hand painted primrose flowers on the top and bottom. Josiah Wedgwood in a response to a comment by Lady Dartmouth that she and her friends were tired of the creamware, so the boy worked on developing a formula which used traces of cobalt to achieve a white color. It also provided a good base for bright colors. Each piece was hand painted and fired at very high temperatures. What a wonderful addition for any collector. Great for any entertainer to make a statement. These are very rare to find and becoming a real collectors item. Insurance is added to the shipping total. Make sure to check out my other listings for the matching pieces. Please email with any questions. No returns unless item is not as described. Pictures are part of the description. Shipping is actual cost with insurance. Thanks for looking and happy ebaying. Froo www.froo.com | Froo Cross Sell. Free Cross Sell, Cross promote, eBay Marketing, eBay listing Apps, eBay Apps, eBay Application.
Staffordshire Pearlware Purple Luster Jug
For bid is a vintage Staffordshire Pearlware Purple Luster Jug. Measuring 4 1/2"h. The Jug is not Marked. It has a House scene on the front of the jug. Buyer pays for S/H. And there is a seven day money back policy if not satisfied. The jug is in great condition for it's age. It has a chip and a crack on the right side of the spout. The crack does not go through the piece. Buyer pays for S/H. And there is a seven day money back policy if not satisfied. Thank You for Looking and Have a Grerat Day! Don C.
Beautiful C1830 Pearlware Gaudy Welsh Plate EX!HAND PAINTED!
Beautiful C1830 Pearlware Gaudy Welsh Plate EX!HAND PAINTED! Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album UP FOR AUCTION AND WITH NO RESERVE IS A BEAUTIFUL CIRCA 1830 PEARLWARE PLATE IN A GAUDY WELSH TYPE STYLE WITH PRATT WARE COLORS.THIS PLATE IS PART OF 8 THAT I WILL HAVE LISTED PLUS A BOWL IN THE SAME PATTERN.I WILL BE HAPPY TO COMBINE SHIPPING FOR MULTI WINNERS TO SAVE ON SHIPPING COST.THIS PLATE IS ALL HAND PAINTED AND GOLD DECORATED AND WITH BEAUTIFUL FLOWERS.THE PLATE MEASURES 9 5/8 INCHES IN DIAMETER AND IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION!THEIR ARE NO CHIPS.CRACKS.BREAKS OR REPAIRS.ONLY MINOR WEAR TO THE PAINT AND GOLD.IN GREAT CONDITION FOR ITS AGE.IT WOULD BE HARD TO FIND ANY NICER THEN MOST THAT I HAVE LISTED.THE PLATE HAS NO MAKERS MARK BUT IS GUARANTEED TO BE OVER 150 YEARS OLD AND ENGLISH.MOST LIKELY ... moreMADE DURING THE 1820'S TO 40'S BEFORE THEIR WERE ENGLISH REGISTRY MARKS.DO NOT MISS OUT!BUYER PAYS 12.00 SHIPPING.THANK YOU AND GOOD LUCK! Payment I accept the following forms of payment: PayPal Shipping& Handling $12.00 USPS Priority Mail® FREE scheduling. Supersized images and templates. Get Vendio Sales Manager. FREE scheduling. Supersized images and templates. Get Vendio Sales Manager. Over 100.000,000 served. Get FREE counters from Vendio today!
Beautiful C1830 Gaudy Welsh Pearlware Bowl Hand Painted NICE!NR!
Beautiful C1830 Gaudy Welsh Pearlware Bowl Hand Painted NICE!NR! Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album UP FOR AUCTION AND WITH NO RESERVE IS A BEAUTIFUL CIRCA 1830 PEARLWARE GAUDY WELSH LOOKING BOWL FEATURING BEAUTIFUL HAND PAINTED FLOWERS WITH NICE GOLD DECORATION AND HAND PAINTED LEAVES WITH ALL THE COLORS OF THE PERIOD AND THIS BEAUTIFUL BOWL IS 100% GUARANTEED TO BE FROM THE MIDDLE 19TH CENTURY OR EARLIER.WE BELIEVE IT IS 1820 TO 1830'S.THE BOWL IS SQUARE IN FORM WITH ROUNDED CORNERS.THE ITEM MEASURES 2 INCHES TALL AND IS 10 INCHES WIDE.IF YOU MEASURE THE BOWL DIAGONALLY IT IS 11 1/4 INCHES.6 INCHES IN SQUARE AT THE FOOTED BASE.YOU CAN SEE SOME BLUE AT THE BOTTOM.THE CONDITION IS EXCELLENT FOR ITS AGE.THERE ARE NO CHIPS.CRACKS.BREAKS OR REPAIRS AND ONLY MILD AGE CRAZING ... moreAND ONLY MINOR PAINT LOSS.THIS BOWL DISPLAYS OUTSTANDING!I HAVE EIGHT 9 5/8 INCH PLATES IN THIS SAME PATTERN THAT I WILL BE LISTING ONE BY ONE UNLESS SOMEONE ASKS TO LIST MORE TOGETHER.IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A GREAT EARLY ENGLISH PEARLWARE GAUDY WELSH BOWL IN GREAT SHAPE THEN YOU WILL NOT WANT TO MISS THIS AUCTION.THIS IS A BEAUTY!BUYER PAYS 15.00 SHIPPING.THANK YOU AND GOOD LUCK! Payment I accept the following forms of payment: PayPal Shipping& Handling $15.00 USPS Priority Mail® FREE scheduling. Supersized images and templates. Get Vendio Sales Manager. FREE scheduling. Supersized images and templates. Get Vendio Sales Manager. Over 100.000,000 served. Get FREE counters from Vendio today!
Spectacular Pearlware Transfer Dometop Coffee Pot c1810
Spectacular Pearlware Transfer Dometop Coffee Pot c1810 Description& Details Spectacular Pearlware Transfer Dometop Coffee Pot c1810 Early Brown Transferware Pearlware Dometop Coffee Pot. BOTANICAL KALEIDOSCOPE. Staffordshire. England c. 1810. This is a spectacular early pearlware coffee pot. C. 1810. It stands 10" tall to the top of the round rinial, and measures about 9" across, from the top of the spout to the edge of the handle. Bulbous body topped wtih a baseball sized domed top and standing on a pedestal base, it is decorated in the earliest of brown transfer printing and finished with a lush blue pearlware glaze. The decoration is a kaleidoscope of botanical images on both sides of the body and covering the lid. The handle and spout are also decorated. And the rim is finished with an acanthus leaf band. An exceptionally ... morebeautiful form and embellishment. It was impeccably potted and precision turned. The coffee pot most likely hails from the Staffordshire region of England in the early part of the 19th century. The maker is unknown. The coffee pot is in good overall condition. An outstanding example. There is a small old chip on the side of the spout and an old tight crack on the bottom and up about 1 1/2" on the lower sides, as shown in the detailed photos. There is also a small chip on the underside/inside of the lid. No other chips, cracks or repairs. It displays beautifully as is. And is sold as is, and would be an ideal candidate for professional restoration. An outstanding example of a very rare form and breathtaking pattern, offered with a reasonable reserve. Payment& Shipping International Buyers Please Note: Our merchandise is over 100 years old. And we mark our international parcels antiques over 100 years old€. US and International government regulations do not allow us to mark merchandise values below value or mark items as"gifts"€. Import duties, taxes and charges, if any, are not included in the item price or shipping charges.These charges are the buyer's
Antique DAVENPORT KING'S ROSE PEARLWARE PLATE English SOFT PASTE PORCELAIN Gaudy
Antique DAVENPORT KING'S ROSE PEARLWARE PLATE English SOFT PASTE PORCELAIN Gaudy Offered for sale is this early 1800s Davenport Staffordshire pearlware plate. The pattern is King's Rose. SIZE: The plate is just over 8.25 inches diameter. CONDITION: There is a very short. Tight hairline on the rim, the pen is pointing to it in the close up picture. There are some spots of paint wear and some light discoloration. Please see the close up pictures. MARKS: Hard to see impressed Davenport mark on the back as shown. Al l photos below can be enlarged by clicking on them. Check my feedback and buy with confidence! Click to view supersize image Click to view supersize image Click to view supersize image Click to view supersize image Click to view supersize image Click to view supersize image Click to view supersize image Click to view supersize ... moreimage Click to view supersize image Click to view supersize image Please note that Pennsylvania residents must pay 6% sales tax. We do not charge a handling fee. The shipping cost consists of the estimated USPS or UPS rate for shipping your item plus packing materials which generally consist of a new heavy duty box. Bubble wrap and any other materials required to ensure that your item makes it to you safe and sound. INTERNATIONAL BIDDERS PLEASE NOTE: We appreciate and encourage international customers. Please be aware that you are responsible for paying customs charges and any related fees for your item. We do not know the customs charges in your country and are not responsible for them. The value declared on the customs form will be the price that the item sold for. It is illegal to falsify customs documents so please do not ask us to do that. Also. Please note that packages can be held up in customs and take longer than expected for arrival. Unfortunately, we have no control over that. We have been selling on eBay for over a decade and are confident that we can provide you with a great eBay experience!
Antique 19th century Wedgwood Pearlware Scallop Sea Shell Plate Pink
A 19th century Wedgwood sea shell plate with hand painted pink glaze. Measures 8.5" across. Impressed mark to the back and hand script 7035. Has a tight hairline at 11 o'clock- displays well. Please view our other auctions.
EARLY English Pearlware JAN DERK DELFT GREEN FEATHER EDGE Leeds Type Antique
EARLY English Pearlware JAN DERK DELFT GREEN FEATHER EDGE Leeds Type Antique Offered for sale is this early English pearlware plate with a green Leeds type feather edge. It dates from the early 1800s. There is an impressed"Jan Derk Delft" mark on the back who I would think was a Dutch importer of English ceramics. SIZE: The plate is just over 8.75 inches diameter. It weighs just over 10 ounces. CONDITION: The plate is in excellent condition. There are no chips. No cracks. Please see the close up pictures. MARKS: Impressed mark on the back as shown. Al l photos below can be enlarged by clicking on them. Check my feedback and buy with confidence! Click to open supersize image Click to open supersize image Click to open supersize image Click to open supersize image Click to open supersize image Click to open supersize image Click to ... moreopen supersize image Please note that Pennsylvania residents must pay 6% sales tax. We do not charge a handling fee. The shipping cost consists of the estimated USPS or UPS rate for shipping your item plus packing materials which generally consist of a new heavy duty box. Bubble wrap and any other materials required to ensure that your item makes it to you safe and sound. INTERNATIONAL BIDDERS PLEASE NOTE: We appreciate and encourage international customers. Please be aware that you are responsible for paying customs charges and any related fees for your item. We do not know the customs charges in your country and are not responsible for them. The value declared on the customs form will be the price that the item sold for. It is illegal to falsify customs documents so please do not ask us to do that. Also. Please note that packages can be held up in customs and take longer than expected for arrival. Unfortunately, we have no control over that. We have been selling on eBay for over a decade and are confident that we can provide you with a great eBay experience!
Antique CLEWS Staffordshire LEEDS PEARLWARE type PLATE English Blue
Antique CLEWS Staffordshire LEEDS PEARLWARE type PLATE English Blue Offered for sale is this antique Clews Staffordshire plate. In the style of Leeds pearlware. SIZE: The plate is just under 9 inches diameter. It weighs 12 ounces. CONDITION: There are some utensil marks on the surface. And some fine crazing. There is some"crackling" to the glaze on the blue areas- the close up picture of this crackling is of the worst bit. There is a tiny flea bite on the back of the rim, and flea bite on the foot ring- the pen is pointing is pointing these in the close up pictures. MARKS: Impressed Clews mark on the back as shown. All photos below can be enlarged by clicking on them. Check my feedback and buy with confidence! Click to view supersized image Click to view supersized image Click to view supersized image Click to view supersized image ... moreClick to view supersized image Click to view supersized image Click to view supersized image Click to view supersized image Please note that Pennsylvania residents must pay 6% sales tax. We do not charge a handling fee. The shipping cost consists of the estimated USPS or UPS rate for shipping your item plus packing materials which generally consist of a new heavy duty box. Bubble wrap and any other materials required to ensure that your item makes it to you safe and sound. INTERNATIONAL BIDDERS PLEASE NOTE: We appreciate and encourage international customers. Please be aware that you are responsible for paying customs charges and any related fees for your item. We do not know the customs charges in your country and are not responsible for them. The value declared on the customs form will be the price that the item sold for. It is illegal to falsify customs documents so please do not ask us to do that. Also. Please note that packages can be held up in customs and take longer than expected for arrival. Unfortunately, we have no control over that. We have been selling on eBay for over a decade and are confident that we can provide you with a great eBay experience!
Antique 19th century Creamwere Plate Dish Grape Vine Pearlware 1810
A beautiful early 19th century English creamware plate with shaped/ ruffled edges and a cream tan/ brown/ orange ground with hand painted grape leaves. At the rim are raised relief clusters of grapes. Marked by hand on the back in script 582. Paint loss and staining consistent with age. Measures 8.25" in diameter. Please view our other auctions for matching plates.
PAIR Wedgwood Pearlware Polychrome Flow Blue 8" Plates Rose & Jasmine Antique
Up for offer are a PAIR of antique Wedgwood Pearlware Polychrome Flow Blue 8" plates. Handpainted polychrome on black transferware. The usual pits and blemishes. One plate has a shallow.25" chip on the rim. Rose and Jessamine" pattern. England c 1850. Antique Please see our other auctions for more antiques found in Germany. We're always happy to combine purchases to save on postage, see below for rates. Approximate item weight without packaging materials: 670 grams. Postage to the USA or ANY destination outside of Germany: Registered airmail(approximately 1 week) $20
c 1790 Pratt Creamware Plate ~ Poem for Grandmother ~ Pearlware Leeds
Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Early Colorful Creamware Child’s Plate MY GRANDMOTHER Staffordshire. England c. 1790-1800 Dating to the late 18th or start of the 19th century. This childs plate measures 7-1/4 inches in diameter with a scalloped rim. Transfer printed in dark brown or black and decorated with leeds or pratted color range, ochre iron red and enamel greens and yellow. The plate is surrounded by 8 impressed and painted birds and butterflies on the rim of the plate and finished with pearlware glaze. The center of the plate contains an illustrated poem. Originally printed in copperplate engravings from a child's primer used to instruct children on the joys of family with poems from sisters Ann and Jane Taylor and their poet family. The endearing image depicts a little girl being comforted by her grandmother, who ... moreis mourning her cherished dog. The poem reads: Who took me on a coach to ride. Because I griev’d when Puggy died and brought me sugar plums beside. MY GRANDMOTHER. The plate is unmarked except for a hand painted# mark. It is most likely from Staffordshire or one of the northern potting regions of England c. 1790-1810. The plate is in very good condition with 2 small glaze flakes/scrapes in the center of the plate to the left of the central image. Shallow chips on the back rim and flakes of wear along the iron red rim consistent with age. No other chips cracks or repairs. Clean and bright. Light weight and beautifully potted. Offered as is. We are pleased to offer FREE domestic(USA) shipping with this purchase. Please send us an email with any questions or if you would like to see additional photos. Thank you for bidding! International Buyers– Please Note: Most of our merchandise is over 100 years old. And we mark our international parcels“antiques– over 100 years old” US and International government regulations do not allow us to mark merchandise values below value or mark items as"gifts” Import duties, taxes and charges, if any, are not included in the item price or ship
Set 3 19th c. Feather Sprig Pearlware Creamware Plates Staffordshire W P & Co.
An interesting set of three 19th century plates- 2 are green and one predominantly red. Decorated in a feather pattern with flower sprigs in yellow and pink. Two are marked on the back with a rope shield for W.C. of Staffordshire- Stoke on Trent and the pattern name FEATHER. Good overall condition. Each measures 5 1/4" in diameter. Please view our other auctions. RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fv%7F.rpn36%3E-13d38f733b8-0xff-
Spode Staffordshire Blue & White "Lanje Lijsen" Pearlware Transfer Plate c 1820
Spode Staffordshire Blue& White"Lanje Lijsen" Pearlware Transfer Plate c 1820 Offered for sale is an early transfer-printed Staffordshire Chinoiserie medium blue and white plate in the pattern called"Lanje Lijsen" or"Long Eliza" by Spode. The blue pearlware glaze can be seen where it pools on the reverse. This plate has an impressed mark"Spode 3" and printed marks"SPODE" and"A" The marks date the plate to the period 1810-1833. The piece measures 8 1/4 inches wide. It weighs 9 oz(shipping weight 1 1/2 lbs) Condition: The piece is in excellent condition. Aside from some light utensil marks. The usual stilt marks and imperfections of early production. Please see the detail photos below. Shipping is by the methods listed in the shipping calculator. Please buy with confidence. We ... morehave shipped thousands of pieces of delicate china and glass safely and securely. Please use the shipping calculator to get a quote to your area. We have been fortunate to secure a collection of this early transferware. Please visit our store to see the other pieces. Thank you for your interest. Early Blue-Printed English Pottery and Porcelain Transferware The clever discovery of decorating china by transfer-printing copper engraving. Made in the 1750s, allowed the growing English middle class to enjoy china that closely resembled the expensive hand-painted Chinese Export porcelain which until then had been the preserve of the wealthy. This early pearlware(called so because of the lustre imparted by its blue-tinted glaze) and soft paste porcelain transferware has a detailed, hand made charm that has long attracted collectors. Whether it imitates Chinese Export, or is derived from prints of the Orient, or comes out of the creative imagination of the English engravers, you can get a unique glimpse of history with every piece. Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click below to. View Other Items in Our Store I try hard to describe all
Antique Pearlware plate, brown & white transferware, Chinese scene, pre 1890
Antique pearlware plate with brown and white transfer of a Chinese scene. This 7 1/2" diameter plate is in perfect condition with no chips. Cracks, crazing or discoloration. If you look closely at the design around the rim you will notice that it is not symmetrical. The number of flowers between the leaves and the length of vine varies with each placement of the transfer. The facial expressions of the people in the scene are quite interesting. There is no mark on this plate but it is possibly Creil of France. The lack of identification dates this piece to before 1890 and it is likely early 1800's. ND1037 Ref#12G6 Thank you for shopping at Stone Meadow Farm.
Staffordshire Blue & White Chinoiserie "Gardener" Pearlware Plate c 1820
Staffordshire Blue& White Chinoiserie"Gardener" Pearlware Plate c 1820 Offered for sale is an early transfer-printed Staffordshire Chinoiserie medium blue and white plate showing a temple and river landscape. This pattern is called"Gardener Variation" or"Chinese Flowering Pot" You can see the blue pearlware glaze where it pools in the foot rim. The plate is unmarked and dates to circa 1820. Its maker is unknown. The piece measures 8 5/8 inches wide. It weighs 11 oz(shipping weight 1 1/2 lbs) Condition: The piece is in excellent condition. Aside from a little fine overall crazing, and a few light utensil marks. Please see the detail photos below. Shipping is by the methods listed in the shipping calculator. Please buy with confidence. We have shipped thousands of pieces of delicate china and glass safely and ... moresecurely. Please use the shipping calculator to get a quote to your area. We have been fortunate to secure a collection of this early transferware. Please visit our store to see the other pieces. Thank you for your interest. Early Blue-Printed English Pottery and Porcelain Transferware The clever discovery of decorating china by transfer-printing copper engraving. Made in the 1750s, allowed the growing English middle class to enjoy china that closely resembled the expensive hand-painted Chinese Export porcelain which until then had been the preserve of the wealthy. This early pearlware(called so because of the lustre imparted by its blue-tinted glaze) and soft paste porcelain transferware has a detailed, hand made charm that has long attracted collectors. Whether it imitates Chinese Export, or is derived from prints of the Orient, or comes out of the creative imagination of the English engravers, you can get a unique glimpse of history with every piece. Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click below to. View Other Items in Our Store I try hard to describe all items honestly and accurately. But I may make mistakes. Please study the pictures and
Antique English Pearlware Pottery Tea Pot, c1800
Antique English Ceramic Pearlware Pottery Batavia Tea Pot with Chinoiserie decoration in underglaze iron red. Green, and blue enamel colors. The entwined ribbed handles end in floral terminals; the spout is decorated in underglaze iron red enamel. The lid has a floral finial and also has Chinoiserie decoration in underglaze blue, green and iron red. c1800 CONDITION: Minor chip on the knop-no restoration. MEASUREMENTS: 5 1/2" Tall and 7 1/2" Wide from the tip of the spout to the handle. Please don't hesitate to let us know if you have any questions. And. If you are ever in the Wilton, CT, area, we hope you'll drop by our shop at 228 Danbury Rd(route 7) right next door to the Wilton Historical Society-another great place to visit. Our hours are Thursday-Sunday from 11:30am-6:30pm and by appointment. As you can see from the ... morephotos of our shop, we carry a wide assortment of furniture, paintings, decorative arts, vintage treasures and delectable collectibles. We hope to have the opportunity to meet you in person.
Antique Early Staffordshire Teapot Tea Pot c1810 Hand Painted Pearlware
Antique Early Staffordshire Teapot Tea Pot c1810 Hand Painted Pearlware This is an early c1810 antique hand painted pearlware teapot from Staffordshire. England. The teapot itself is in very good condition with no damage, just a little wear to the underneath of the spout. The lid needs replacing or restoration as it has a number of chips around the edge, a crack and is missing its finial. Teapot is 10 inches long and measures 7 1/4 inches to the top of the thumb rest on the handle. Signed underneath with a potter's imprint and hand painted decorator's mark. INTERNATIONAL BUYERS. PLEASE CONTACT ME FOR SHIPPING COSTS. IMPORT DUTIES, TAXES AND CHARGES ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THE ITEM PRICE OR SHIPPING CHARGES. THESE ARE THE BUYER'S RESPONSIBILITY. PLEASE CHECK WITH YOUR COUNTRY'S CUSTOMS OFFICE TO DETERMINE WHAT THESE COSTS MIGHT ... moreBE BEFORE BIDDING. for more great items! PLEASE WAIT FOR YOUR INVOICE BEFORE PAYING. HAPPY TO COMBINE SHIP AND SHIP WORLDWIDE IF SAFE TO DO SO. PAYPAL IS THE PREFERRED METHOD OF PAYMENT. PAYMENT IS DUE ON RECEIPT OF INVOICE AND WITHIN 7 DAYS. I SHIP USING USPS. USUALLY ON A DAILY BASIS. ALL PACKAGES ARE CAREFULLY WRAPPED TO WITHSTAND THE TRIP. INSURANCE IS BASED ON THE FINAL SELLING PRICE AND IS AUTOMATICALLY INCLUDED FOR ALL ITEMS ENDING OVER $50. PLEASE NOTE INSURANCE IS ALSO INCLUDED FOR OVERSEAS SHIPMENTS FOR 1ST CLASS AIR MAIL PARCELS OVER $50 VALUE AND ALSO IN THE EXPRESS PRIORITY OPTION. txzj pxzj2040 txzj5 txzj71
Soft Paste Pearlware Tea Set with Teapot, Creamer & Sugar, Red Flowers
Beautiful soft paste tea set with teapot 6" tall by 10" handle to lip. A creamer 3 1/2" tall by 6" long handle to lip and sugar 5 1/4" tall by 7" long handle to handle. This set is ca 1850. There is no makers mark. There is some staining and chips on the lid of the teapot(see picture) There is a crack on the underside of the creamer(see pitcher) and a few chips on the inner opening of the sugar(see picture)
Wedgwood Pearlware Handpainted Bird Butterfly Motif Teapot Tea Kettle C275
Wedgwood Enamel Handpainted Bird Buttefly Motif Tea Pot Kettle C275
English Late 18th Century Pearlware Polychrome Floral Design Bowl
English Late 18 th Century Pearlware Polychrome Floral Design Bowl Classic late 18 th century pearlware floral design bowl. You can tell it is pearlware from the blue puddling of the glaze around the foot. The body is thin earthenware and the design is classic late 18 th century. The bowl interior is decorated with hand painted pink yellow and red flowers surrounded by yellow and green leaves; all highlighted with red sprigs. The rim is a red berry design with roulette details below. The bowl is not marked. The bowl does have condition issues with a rim chip and a hairline about one third through the bowl. Still. It looks great with bright colors and little glaze grazing. Looks like it was rarely used. Pearlware pieces with bright original surfaces are difficult to find. Due to the hairline and chip you can have a great looking rare piece ... moreat a great price. Dimensions: Height 1 1/4 inches(3 cm) Rim Diameter 5 9/16 inches(14.2 cm) Foot Diameter 3 5/8 inches(9.3 cm) If you have any questions or require additional information please call me at 520-429-0177. Note: For International sales. Buyer is responsible for shipping and import duty taxes. Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4
English Silver Resist Pearlware Jug w/ Red Floral Decoration c 1840
A graceful and colorful English Silver Resist Pearlware Flower Jug. Dating c. 1840. 5 ¾" high and 6 ¼" from handle to spout, this pearlware jug is decorated under the glaze with red flowers and silver resist leaves. There is a red band around the top edge and red highlights on the handle. No maker's mark. Color and pearlware glaze are very strong. Excellent condition with no chips, cracks, lines, etc.
ANTIQUE PINK LUSTRE LARGE PEARLWARE JUG, c. 1825
| | | ANTIQUE PINK LUSTRE LARGE PEARLWARE JUG. C. 1825, Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album Antique Pink Lustre Large Pearlware Jug. C. 1825-40. The jug is a beautiful early pink lustre jug with a pearlware body. It is decorated with a beautiful floral design in pink lustre. The top rim and trimming is done in pink lustre as well. Both the spout and applied handle are nicely shaped. Beautiful pink lustre molded jug offered here with the opening bid the only reserve. DIMENSIONS: This large jug is 7 5/ 8" H. x 5 1/4" W. x 8 3/8" L. from the tip of the spout to the back of the handle. CONDITION: The condition is very good with a tight"Y" shaped hairline to the base. Remarkably there is virtually no ... morewear or loss of any of the lustre enamel design. For a 175 year old jug that is excellent condition. SHIPPING: Buyer pays actual shipping costs based upon the 5 pounds and 15 ounces weight and postal zone. Please use the shipping calculator within this listing to calculate postage within the continental United States. This includes professional packing with USPS delivery. FERRANTE'S ANTIQUES offers over 35 years experience as antique dealers. We GUARANTEE our items as to age. Authenticity and condition, subject to our Return Policy below- so PLEASE READ IT! Payment, I accept the following forms of payment: PayPal Shipping& Handling, Shipping fee includes professional packing. And either First Class, Priority Mail or Parcel Post delivery. Insurance is FREE and is offered to protect your fragile and expensive antique items. If the value of the item is less than $50 and is not at great risk of being damaged in transit, then insurance is NOT offered. US Shipping. Enter ZIP Code and click button to see prices: USPS Priority Mail® USPS Parcel Post® International Shipping. Click button to see prices: USPS Priority Mail International(Australia.Canada,Europe,Germany,Japa
Antique English Pearlware Pottery Transfer Printed Boy Girl Costume Child's Mug
Antique English Staffordshire Pearlware Pottery Transfer Printed Boy& Girl In Costume Child's Mug. The simple pearlware mug transfer printed with a boy and girl in a landscape the boy wearing a military uniform with sword. The costumes glazed in red. Areas of the landscape glazed in green and a yellow line at the lower section of the scene. An arched leaf detail handle at the side. Early 19th century. Measures 2 1/2" high. 2 1/2" diameter at top rim approx. Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.
Early English Chinoiserie Pearlware Blue & White Mustard Pot c1800-1820
Early English Pearlware Chinoiserie Blue& White Mustard Pot& Cover 3 3/8"h. C.1800-1820. Blue pagoda. Fence& willow early transfer pattern. Pear shape, loop handle, overhang cover with spoon cut& ball finial. Small rim edge chip in pot. Rare but damaged cover. H4865 All Items Are Sent Insured. Insurance charges are included in the Shipping& Handling Charges. International buyers please be aware that we are not responsible for and do not include or estimate customs duties. Fees or taxes in any way in our listings. We ship all orders within 5 days of cleared payment. We do not create and are not responsible for shipping times or delays associated with customs and international shipping. Check out my! Be sure to add me to your! by adding my eBay Store to your Favorites
Pearlware Pink Lustre Dish and 2 Saucers Soft Paste
Antique Pearlware Pink Lustre Dish and 2 Saucers Soft Paste c. 1805-1830 F or auction three pieces of Pearlwear: A dish and two saucers. The saucers do not have cup rings so. Or course, can be used as sauce dishes. All three are hand decorated in a lovely floral pattern surrounding clusters of fruit. Colors include pink lustre, yellow, blue, green and dots of cobalt blue in little clusters that resemble grapes. The saucers are marked with a pattern number 928 and a circle with a dot inside. But no manufacturer name. The bowl is unmarked but decorated with the same pattern as the saucers. D uring some recent research I discovered information about luster decoration and believe these to be from that early 19th century. See Geoffrey Godden's"Guide to English Porcelain" 1978. 1992) page 164 plate 172. Godden writes"Luster effects ... moreon British porcelains mainly falls into the period 1805-1830 but unfortunately very few specimins were marked. M easurements: Bowl is 7 1/2 inches in diameter and about 1 3/8 inch deep. Each sauce measures 5 1/2 inches across and a little over 1 inch deep C ondition: Decoration on the bowl is very bright with just minimal signs of wear. The saucers appear to have been more used as the lustre ring at the cavetto on each is quite worn as is the cluster of fruits in the center and the little blossoms on the rim. One sauce has a hairline which runs from the footring on the bottom to the rim. It has not released and is barely visible on the face. The bowl and one sauce each chime like a bell when tapped. The one with the crack chimes, but not as good as the other two. TERMS: Winning bidder pays $10.80 shipping and handling. Idaho purchaser agrees by bidding to pay 6% sales tax or provide me with signed resale card. I usually ship within two days of payment and use U.S.P.S. Note: eBay suggests you send your payment to the seller within 3 days. Thanks. Sales to U.S. only. DEERFIELDS invites you to visit our ME. Images and layout created by Chris Frary. Answers, Boise. ID. copyrig
Antique Leeds Pottery Childs size Cup & Saucer Pearlware Circa 1820 English
Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 English Pearlware Brushstroke Child's Miniature Cup& Saucer Set Staffordshire c. 1820 This miniature children's or dolls handleless cup or tea bowl and saucer was originally part of an early child's miniature tea set. The little Chinese shaped tea bowl stands 1 3/4" tall on a raised base. And measures 2 5/8" across the top rim. The saucer measures 4" in diameter. Hand decorated with high temperature cobalt blue enamel monochrome hand painted decoration on creamy earthenware, painted with a stylized poppy flower. Finished with pearlware glaze. A beautiful example of early 19th century folk art. The set was made in Staffordshire or possibly Leeds or Yorkshire in England. Typically. It is unmarked. One of the earliest wares intended for children to play with, ... moreused to instruct them in proper table manners or for a playtime dinner party or simply to decorate a dollhouse table. The saucer has a nick on the foot and no other chips cracks or repairs. The cup is in fairly poor condition. With two chips and three hairlines, all mostly visible on the inside only. Discoloration to the inside of the cup consistent with heavy use by sticky little fingers. Glaze ponding stilt marks and stray dots of paint on the underside. Original to the making. Offered as is. A wonderful early miniature, perfectly elegant in its simplicity in a stunning earthy pattern- a fine miniature to add to any AAFA Americana advanced collection. Miniature pearlware tea wares in hand decorated brushstroke motifs are hard to find and highly sought after in such great condition! This set will make a stunning addition to any collection of children's dishes. And would also make a fantastic and unique doll house accessory. Thank you for bidding! International Buyers– Please Note: Most of our merchandise is over 100 years old. And we mark our international parcels“antiques– over 100 years old” US and International government regulations do not allow us to mark merchandise
Fine Staffordshire Pearlware ~ SINGLE ROSE ~ Gaudy Dutch Teapot & Lid c1820
Superb Staffordshire Pearlware Gaudy Dutch Teapot& Cover c1820 ~ Single Rose Blue Border ~ Fine Condition ~ About 6 1/2" to top of finial ~ about 9" from spout to handle This globular or bulbous shape teapot is larger than the usual early English teapots but not quite as large as a punch or water pot either; it is about 6" across the middle and about 5 1/2" to the top of the shoulder. The enamels and painting are in excellent bright condition and the pot itself has clean white pottery. There is only the most minimum of flaking to the enamels. Displays beautifully; the spout is chipped around the bottom half; the top half of the spout. Including the painted brown flower are intact, this would be an easy fix for a restorer. The lid which I believe is the original as it is a perfect fit and match. Is a bit greyer pottery; ... moreI mention it only for accuracy, it looks fine sitting in place. There is no restoration or any touch ups, the finial has never been off, there are not even any tiny chips on the lid. It was kept beautifully for almost 200 years but someone nicked the spout once. Still looks wonderful. below you can see the smallest firing line under the handle at top; the handle is in excellent shape and it poses no threat. Thanks for looking! Please see the other English/ Historical Staffordshire/ porcelain/ pottery/ soft paste/ pearlware/ creamware I have listed.
Rare Staffordshire ARCTIC SCENERY Pearlware Platter 1835
Rare Staffordshire ARCTIC SCENERY Pearlware Platter 1835 Description& Details RARE STAFFORDSHIRETRANSFERWARE PLATTER ARCTIC SCENERY Unknown maker Staffordshire England c. 1835 We are pleased to offer this stunningly beautiful“Arctic Scenery” platter. 13 1/2" long x 11 1/8" across, transfer printed in a rich dark green. The scalloped edge platter features cartouches of tropical wild cats(ocelot, jaguar and leopard) and a water buffalo around the rim separated by garlands of flowers, surrounding a central image of Eskimos building Igloos with dogs, fishermen and a hunter nearby. Featured in Coysh and Henrywood’s“Dictionary of Blue and White Printed Pottery” The series represents episodes catalogued in the 1821 and 1824 illustrated exploration journals of Sir Edward Parry from his travels in an effort to find a north west passage ... morearound northern Canada. The source print of the platter’s central image is the"Sledges of the Esquimaux" from Parry's"Journal of a Second Voyage" Other scenes from the series pattern came from arctic views in John Franklin's"Narrative of a Journey to the Shores of the Polar Sea, in the years 1819 to 1822" published in 1823. The animals in the borders are said to come from copperplate engravings from two sources: Bewick's"General History of Quadrupeds" and William Jardine's"Natural History" The obscure series is discussed also in Elizabeth Collard’s book“The Potters' View of Canada. Condition is superb. Clear and crisp transfers and no chips, cracks, hairlines or repairs. Normal stilt marks to the rear and a few stray utensil marks. Some old darkened lines to the rear from an old platter hanger. An outstanding example of an extremely rare and spectacularly beautiful series! Payment& Shipping International Buyers Please Note: Our merchandise is over 100 years old. And we mark our international parcels antiques over 100 years old€. US and International government regulations do not allow us to mark merchan
Circa 1840 Mochaware with Seaweed Design Tankard on a Pearlware Body
Today I have a nice pearlware tankard to sell. This is from 1840- 1850. Commonly referred to as mochaware from the brown bands at the bottom and top. This example sports a nice seaweed pattern on top of the blue in the middle of the body. VG cond, has some stains on the piece that would not wash off, possibly from being dug. No cracks in it, it has some staining and a minute bit of roughness on the edge, but I would not call chips. I took numerous photos for you, to show everything. Shipping is $12.00 in the mainland US. Higher in Alaska, Hawaii and other countries. I do not accept returns. So please ask questions before bidding. Check out my other items!
Pearlware Staffordshire Sunderland Luster Greyhound Dogs Hunters Antique PItcher
Great Old Staffordshire Pearlware relief luster pitcher with a hunting and dog motif and a raised grape border. Measuring 6 3/8 inches or 16 cm tall The pitcher is showing its age A 2 inch tight hairline on one side- considerable interior staining. Fritting to the glaze on the edges. Please examine the pictures closely- condition is best described in photos. Very unusual pitcher- great color and exceptional subject matter.RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fv%7F.rpn36%3E-13d5373def3-0x104-
Rare Pearlware Platter Toy c1820 COTTAGE SCENERY COWS Staffordshire Transferware
800x600 Rare Child's Miniature Pearlware Platter COTTAGE SCENERY Staffordshire England c.1830 This is an extremely rare historical Staffordshire miniature platter or meat plate. C. 1830. It was made as part of a complete children's toy transferware dinner service. The gently scalloped oval tray measures 4-3/8 inches long with a flared rim and flat bottom. The piece is transfer printed in a rich cobalt blue with a pearlware glaze. The platter is impeccably potted and finely detailed. Depicting the view of a thatched roof cottage with cows grazing in the front yard, and people standing in the backyard, which has a distant view of a church steeple. The figural imagery is so large that it spills over the rim with no room left for a decorative border. The pattern name is unknown and the exact maker has not been identified. The pattern ... moreis illustrated and discussed on page 122 of Lorraine Punchard’s book Playtime Pottery& Porcelain from the United Kingdom& the United States. The quality of the form and detailing of the image is far superior to what would be expected on this diminutive sized piece. A sticker on the back of the platter identifies it as part of the“Sheila French Collection. The platter is in great condition. With a fleabite to the glaze at 4 o'clock and no chips, cracks or repairs. Stilt marks front and back, and minor imperfections original to the making and typical of these early wares, but outstanding overall considering age and scarcity of the form and pattern. Examples are extremely hard to come by. The platter will make a fine addition to any collection of childrens wares or miniature doll house transferware. We are also other early miniature transferwares to mix and match. We are pleased to offer FREE domestic(USA) shipping with this purchase. Please send us an email with any questions or if you would like to see additional photos. Thank you for bidding! International Buyers– Please Note: Most of our merchandise is over 100 years old. And we mark our international parcels“antique
Pink Pearlware Shallow Bowl w/3dots
Up for auction is a shallow bowl decorated in pink luster. I believe it is called pink pearlware. The only identification is a triangular configuration of 3 pink luster dots on the back(pictured) Dish is 7 5/8 inches across and 1 3/8 inches high. There are no cracks or chips but the pink painted painted areas show wear. Shipping is free ONLY to the contiguous continental United States. RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fv%7F.rpn37%3E-13d7274ef31-0x103-
Staffordshire C.1840s Pearlware Cup Plate Masonic Motto "Keep Within the Compass
Staffordshire C.1840s Pearlware Cup Plate Masonic Motto"Keep Within the Compass UP FOR AUCTION: Early Staffordshire transferware cup plate. Believe Fraternal or Masonic. Also perhaps a children's or motto plate. Keep Within Compass. And you S hall Be Sure To Avoid Many Troubles Which Others Endure" Small plate is clobbered with pr imary colors. Blue, yellow, green, red. Measures 5 1/2" across, ei ther toddy plate or cup plate size. Compare size. Perspective with other in last pic above(Not! included with this auction) Has some age stain. More so on back of plate. With tight old hairline from plate rim to foot rim. Impri nted manufacturer's"Bee" back mark. Potter unknown. Staffordsire ca. 1830s- 1850s. This early transferware plate displays nicely. Unique Motto! ATTRACTIVE ITEM FOR THE COLLECTION, AND HOME ... moreDECORATION Careful packing. Quick insured ship Questions gladly answered. NOTE: It's been a good"antique picking season" here. So much that we cannot possibly list all on ebay, so we have decided to again open our Barn Shop here in the Finger Lakes. to Late fall& beyond by winter appointment.Antique Lighting, Primitives, China and Glass ETC! Email for information, or view our"Me" page for lakesen2 auctions. Please stay tuned: See our other auctions and BUY IT NOW for more neat stuff! General Terms for Closing Sale: PAYMENT: Via PayPal or other Arrangements. Within 3 days, please. THREE DAY: Unconditional Return Guarantee. Just let me know within 3 days if there's any problem with your purchase. US BUYERS: Shipping cost as calculated by eBay Invoice. INTERNATIONAL BUYERS: Actual Shipping costs via US Priority International Mail. I refund over-payments after mailing the package if the eBay calculator has over-charged you. OR I will send an additional updated invoice if the eBay calculator has undercharged you. Import duties. Taxes& charges are not included in the item price or shipping charges. These charges are the buyer's responsibility. Pl
RARE C.1840 STAFFORDSHIRE PEARLWARE TOBY PITCHER
JUST OUT OF AN OLD ESTATE I FOUND THIS VERY RARE STAFFORDSHIRE PITCHER OF A TOBY. I HAVE HAD SEVERAL OF THESE OVER THE YEARS BUT THIS BY FAR IS THE BEST DETAILED ONE I HAVE EVER HAD. IT HAS AN OFF WHITE GLAZE TO THE BODY WITH A VERY LIGHT BLUE IN THE RECESSED AREAS SUGGESTING THAT THIS IS CLASSIFIED AS PEARLWARE. IT DOES HAVE SOME GLAZE FLAWS. SOME FLAKING TO THE POLYCHROME PAINT MOSTLY ON ITS JACKET BUT IT IS ALL STABLE WITH NOTHING FLAKING OFF NOW. MANY YEARS AGO SOMEONE ADDED A FLAT BLACK TYPE PAINT TO HIS HAT AS IT HAD FLAKED AND THEY JUST WANTED TO MAKE IT LOOK LESS OBVIOUS. IT HAS A VERY SLIGHT TONE DIFFERENCE. IT LOOKS TO JUST BE THE POLYCHROME AND IS NOT HIDING AND REPAIRS TO THE HAT ITSELF. THAT WAS PROBABLY DONE 100 YEARS AGO. THE REST OF THE POLYCHROME PAINTED DETAILS IS ALL ORIGINAL AND UNTOUCHED. NO CRACKS. VERY MINOR BASE EDGE ... moreRUBS AND MINOR TINY EDGE WEAR TO LIP ON THE PITCHER HE IS HOLDING. DESPITE THESE FLAWS THE DETAIL ON THIS IS QUITE STRIKING. TINY DETAILED BRUSH STROKES ON HIS EYEBROWS. VERY DETAILED TEETH AND MOUTH. DETAILED FLORAL WORK ON THE PITCHER HE IS HOLDING AND UNUSUAL FROTHINESS AT TOP OF THAT PITCHER TOO. ALSO STRIPING TO HIS SHIRT. DETAILED TIES AT LEG OF PANTS,AND A VERY UNUSUAL MOLDED AND POLYCHROME DETAILS TO THE HANDLE ITSELF. THEY GAVE HIM 5 RED DOT SPLOTHES ON HIS FACE. ALSO A VERY UNUSUAL GREEN JACKET. ALL THE POLYCHROME ON HIM IS MUCH BETTER DETAILED THAN YOU FIND ON THESE PITCHERS. UNDER THE BASE IT LOOKS TO BE SIGNED WITH 3 LETTERS THAT ARE RAISED BUT VERY HARD TO MAKE OUT. ONE APPEARS TO BE A J. THERE LOOKS TO BE ANOTHER TINY IMPRESSED MARK ON A CORNER UNDER BASE THAT IS COVERED WITH GLAZE AND UNCLEAR. INTERIOR SHOWS LOTS OF HANDWORK CLEANING BY THE MOLD MAKER WHEN IT WAS MADE. HE MEASURES 8 5/8 INCHES HIGH BY 4 INCHES WIDE BY 6 1/4 INCHES DEEP FROM TIP OF FRONT TOE TO THE HANDLE IN THE BACK. THIS IS AUTHENTIC ANTIQUE STAFFORDSHIRE AND NOT ONE OF THOSE NASTY REPRODUCTIONS. THIS WEIGHS ALMOST 2 1/2 POUNDS BEFORE PACKING AND WILL COST 39.00 TO SHIP TO THE UK. BUYER TO PA
EARLY 19TH C. ENGLISH PEARLWARE PINK LUSTER BLUE BAND SPRIGGED PITCHER JUG EXC.!
This is a beautiful Early 19th Century English Sprigged Pink Luster& Blue Pearlware Jug. It stands approximately 3-5/8" tall x 5-1/8" spout to handle) The wonderfully molded jug features crisply sprigged reserves clobbered in green. Pink, brown and pink luster with blue background. The condition is excellent with NO chips. NO cracks, NO repairs and NO restoration. Beautiful brightness to glaze and colors. This is an outstanding example of early luster ware and it would be a welcomed addition to any early English pearlware or luster ware collection. This comes from an old collection of early English ceramics that we will continue to list in the coming days. So. Be sure to see our other listings for additional antique ceramics as well as other antiques in various categories! Please take a moment to look at the photos(click on ... moreeach photo to enlarge) which are part of the description. Read the terms and conditions for the listing and email us with any questions that you might have. Also. Please take a moment to look at our other listings for more antiques and vintage items in various categories. Thank you for taking the time to read this listing and best of luck with your bids! PLEASE READ ALL TERMS BELOW BEFORE BIDDING! THANK YOU! Barring an unexpected emergency. We usually issue an invoice within an hour after the close of the auction. Please check your spam settings to make sure the invoice is not sent to your spam/ junk mail bin. Please read the terms regarding the sale of this piece before bidding. Also. We ask you to inquire with any questions and we will certainly attempt to answer those questions to your satisfaction. All of the items that we list should be considered used, vintage or antique. Therefore, use and wear should be expected with these items. We have attempted to explain and define the condition of the piece in the above description and ask that you read that carefully. If you are not sure of something or if you have any questions, please ask! Buy It Now' and'Best Offer' b
Early Staffordshire Leeds GAUDY DUTCH Pearlware STRAWBERRY Plate / Shallow Dish
Early Staffordshire plate or shallow dish dating from 1800-1820. Measures 7 1/2" across by 7/8" deep. Very nice condition. Minimal flaking of overglaze paints with a few light utensil scratches. Mostly near the center. No chips or fleabites. Four plumb strawberries are interwoven in a wreath of small blue flowers and large red and yellow star-shaped flowers. Pink border in typical gaudy fashion outlines the edge of the dish. Bears a six-petaled flower mark on the backside. Please see all images for details and email me with any questions. Payment must be made using Paypal.
Antique English Pearlware transfer decorated pottery Coffee Pot c1800
Antique English Blue and White transfer decorated Coffee Pot with gilt decoration. The spout is transfer decorated and has a molded acanthus leaf at the base; the handle is also transfer decorated as is the foot. The lid has an acorn finial and also carries the transfer decoration. The pot is accented with gilt throughout. CONDITION: Minor Chip on Lid Restored MEASUREMENTS: 11" H x 9" W from the tip of the spout to the handle A little background on Transfer Printing and Pearlware: Transfer printing was the process of decorating pottery and porcelain by transferring a print. On tissue paper, from an engraved plate to a glazed or unglazed surface so that. After firing(and where necessary glazing) The impression remains as a permanent decoration. The making of a transfer print required a great deal of skill. Its quality depending partly ... moreon the excellence of the engraved plate and partly on the dexterity of the printer. Tissue paper which bears the engraved design in reverse is applied to the surface of the ware and the back rubbed with a flannel pad to transfer the design; the paper is then gently rubbed off and the piece is ready for its first firing. Josiah Wedgwood has traditionally been given the credit for"creating" what he referred to as"pearl ware. This ware was essentially the same ceramic composition as creamware with the added component of a small quantiry of cobalt. The addition of the cobalt. Gave the pottery a bluish cast to the glaze. Pearlware was used as the base for Prattware, Spatter and Spongeware, Luster, and many transfer-printed wares. Because in some cases, the quantity of cobalt is truly slight, it can be difficult to determine whether or not the piece is pearlware. If you are ever faced with this situation, just turn the piece over and look for the blue pooling; identifiying the cobalt blue glaze over the whitish body is regarded as the single most important diagnostic feature. The earliest forms of Pearlware are dated to around 1775. AN IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT SHIPPING
BEAUTIFUL C.1830 GAUDY WELSH DUTCH PEARLWARE IRONSTONE TUREEN W. UNDERPLATE
FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION: A BEAUTIFUL PEARLWARE/ IRONSTONE( TUREEN OR GRAVY BOAT WITH UNDERPLATE DECORATED IN THE GAUDY WELSH/ DUTCH MANNER. HAND PAINTED IN A SUPERB PATTERN WITH ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS COLORS AND WONDERFUL GOLD ACCENTS. A LOVELY VARIETY OF FLOWERS DECORATE THE TUREEN AND UNDERPLATE. DELICATE ROUND HANDLES ADORN THE TUREEN BASE AND THE LID. THE TUREEN MEASURES 7 5/8" LONG. 4" WIDE AND 5.5" HIGH. THE UNDERPLATE IS 7 5/8" LONG AND 5.5" WIDE. THE TUREEN BASE IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION WITH NO PROBLEMS. THE UNDERPLATE HAS AN OLD STRESS FRACTURE. THE LID HAS BEEN DAMAGED AND REPAIRED. THE SET IS STILL VERY USEABLE. THIS TUREEN IS A REAL GEM WITH A SUPERB SHAPE AND SUPERB DECORATION. HAVE SEARCHED HIGH AND LOW TO DISCOVER THE PATTERN NAME BUT HAVE HAD NO LUCK DOING SO. A BEAUTIFUL PIECE TO USE ON YOUR TABLE OR ... moreTO DISPLAY IN YOUR HOME-YOU WON'T BE DISAPPOINTED! IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO INQUIRE. INTERNATIONAL BIDDERS: PLEASE CONTACT ME FOR SHIPPING COSTS. THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST. n6gonr.RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fuk%601d72f%2B26rk%3En6gonr-13d816c37d9-0xf8-
Slip Decorated London Style Mochaware Bowl Pearlware
Slip Decorated London shape bowl in fantastic condition. One small chip to the foot of the bowl. No crows feet. Worn from regular use inside. Great Blue color. Stands roughly 4" tall from foot to top of bowl. Nice large diameter at almost 7 1/2" Sorry No returns. All sales final. Ask questions before purchase. PayPal Only* No shipping outside US. Buyer must make payment within 24 hours of Buying or I reserve the right to relist this item.
Antique Blue Transferware Pearlware Jardiniere Planter Vase
This auction is for a medium blue transfer printed jardiniere. We are not sure if it is Staffordshire or Asian. It is 7" high at the edges and 10" across the top. No chips or cracks. Please take the time to read all information below. We apologize for having to provide so much information. We realize it is time consuming to read it all, but because items are consigned and we are generalists, not experts or collectors, we want to make sure bidders are aware of how we list items. If you choose to place a bid to us that means you are OK with our system. If you have any questions or need more photos. Let us know! But give us enough time to answer, last minute questions may not have time to be responded to. Because we may not have knowledge of or information about these items, something that may be important to you may not have been ... moreobvious to us so we apologize for not having mentioned or checked that. We welcome corrections if you see something is not described right or is not complete in an auction. We can always add the info if need be. Ph otos are as much a part of the description as the verbal information and what is in the photos is what is in the auction(except props) Don't forget to scroll down on the photos. There often is a second row of photos. The items we sell are almost always used and sold as is as found no returns unless otherwise noted. However if we make an error in our listing and an item is not as described because we miss obvious damage or if we state an item works and it does not then of course we will make it good. But no returns for any reason after 3 days from delivery. That gives you more than enough time to open and inspect your item(s) Expect normal age appropriate signs of wear and use, sometimes odors, dust, etc, these items are often attic and basement estate finds. SHIPPING INFO: Specific packing requests need to be made before we pack the morning after the auction. Before we send an invoice we like to check Fed Ex and USPS regional rates to see if we can save some money
ANTIQUE STAFFORDSHIRE INK WELL & PEN REST SWAN & NEST WITH EGG PEARLWARE GLAZE
Antique Staffordshire ink well and pen rest in the form of a swan with a nest and one egg beside a tree stump. Decorated with shredded clay and hand painted and finished in a pearlware glaze. It measures 100 mm/ 4 inches in height. It has had a repair to the wing as in photo and all over very fine crazing. A beautiful antique piece a great collectors item with a low starting price. Thank you for looking.
A Child’s toy pearlware blue featheredge dinner plate, circa 1800
rhusrluk rhusrluk Antique pottery in good taste– harmic.little A beautiful and very collectable pearlware tiny blue featheredge dinner plate; Staffordshire or Yorkshire. Circa 1800. PLEASE SCROLL DOWN TO SEE PHOTOGRAPHS This wonderful little child's/ doll-house plate is delicately molded and as light as a feather. Plates of this size. Clearly intended for children to play with, appear with increasing frequency after 1800 suggesting that children began to acquire an increasingly distinctive identity from that of adults. The main reason for this is possibly that people were beginning to live longer lives with the childhood phase occupying a larger percentage of the whole. The potteries clearly saw this as a great marketing opportunity with large numbers of these beautiful children's services being produced. Most of these have now perished. ... moreSo this is quite a rare survivor. The plate is tiny. Only 3 ½ inches in diameter. It is press molded with a lovely'feather-edge' pattern which has been washed in cobalt blue. The condition is excellent with no chips, cracks or restoration- a great addition to your collection of children's plates or toy pottery. Thank you for bidding and do come and visit us again for the very best in antique pottery and related objects. Absolutely guaranteed authentic. Insurance is included with shipping. Why not visit the'harmic.little' eBay shop to view the finest early English and European ceramics regularly available on eBay? PLEASE CLICK HERE to see all of our current items displayed simultaneously on our GALLERY page. Our eBay early pottery shop is always open! Please stay tuned for other interesting ceramics in the days and weeks ahead! Thank you for looking. Watching, and bidding! ANTIQUES– HELPING TO PROTECT YOUR FUTURE BY INVESTING IN THE PAST! International Buyers– Please Note: Import duties. Taxes, and charges are not included in the item price or shipping cost. These charges are the buyer's responsibility. These fees are not additional shipping ch
RARE LEEDS TYPE PEARLWARE FLORAL DECORATED TEAPOT, c. 1810
| | | RARE LEEDS TYPE PEARLWARE FLORAL DECORATED TEAPOT. C. 1810, Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album Rare Handpainted Pearlware Teapot. Possibly Leeds, England, c. 1810-1840. This is a beautiful and rare teapot that has a simple handpainted three color floral design. This is most likely an early Leeds teapot since that is the style of it. The combination of the hand painted design with the wonderful shape helps to make the design so beautiful. I am very happy to offer such a fine pearlware teapot with no reserve. SIZE: The teapot is 6 3/4" H. x 4 5/8" W. x 9 1/4" L. CONDITION: The condition is very good to excellent with no damage or repairs. SHIPPING: Buyer pays actual shipping ... morecosts based upon the 4 pound and 15 ounces weight and postal zone. Please use the shipping calculator within this listing to calculate postage within the continental United States. This includes professional packing with USPS delivery. FERRANTE'S ANTIQUES offers over 35 years experience as antique dealers. We GUARANTEE our items as to age. Authenticity and condition, subject to our Return Policy below- so PLEASE READ IT! Payment, I accept the following forms of payment: PayPal Shipping& Handling, Shipping fee includes professional packing. And either First Class, Priority Mail or Parcel Post delivery. Insurance is FREE and is offered to protect your fragile and expensive antique items. If the value of the item is less than $50 and is not at great risk of being damaged in transit, then insurance is NOT offered. US Shipping. Enter ZIP Code and click button to see prices: USPS Priority Mail® International Shipping. Click button to see prices: USPS Priority Mail International(Australia.Canada,Europe,Germany,Japan,United Kingdom) Additional Information, Return Policy, RETURN POLICY, Refund will be given as: Money Back of winning bid amount only RETURN POLICY Buyer must: P
Staffordshire Pearlware Lion and Sheep, circa 1800-1820
Staffordshire Pearlware Lion and Sheep circa 1800-1820 These are beautiful pieces with a great deal of character. They make a compelling pair. The lion has form and glaze detail superior to other instances of the same casting I have been able to find. Please look at the selling price and quality of the lion you may find elsewhere on the Web. I was not able to find other instances of the sheep. The sheep has a small chip along its base and at the back of one ear. The Lion has several chips at its base. The largest at the back of the base near its tail end and smaller chips on the ears. I have not found these signs of age to detract in any way from the beauty of these pieces. Please examine them all in the images. There is a red manufacturer's mark of II on the inner surface of the base of the sheep. Lion: 3 1/4" wide. 1 1/2" ... moredeep, 2 7/8" tall(cm: 8.25 x 3.8 x 7.3) Sheep: 3 3/8" wide. 2" deep, 3" tall(cm: 8.573 x 5 x 7.6) The y appear larger in the images below in order t o show them clearly. Please write if you have any questions. These pieces have reminded me of parts of C. S. Lewis' book. The Problem of Pain. I haven't been able to find in it the descriptions of a kind of transcendence I most associated with them when I found them, but these lines from that book also describe what this lion does in its evocation of a sense of strange and wonderful tenderness: if there is a rudimentary Leontine self. To that God also gave a"body" a body no longer living by the destruction of the lamb, yet richly Leontine in the sense that it also expresses whatever energy and splendour and exulting power dwelled within the visible lion on this earth. 130" I think the lion. When he ceased to be dangerous, will still be awful: indeed, that we shall then first see that of which the present fangs and claws are clumsy[ imitation. 131 I find these pieces to also be lovely descriptions of an understanding of body that is not distinct from soul. Something William Blake, who lived a
Antique Staffordshire Pearlware ABC Child’s Plate, “Teasing Sisters”
For your consideration. An antique Staffordshire Pearlware Child’s Plate with a charming transfer of an older sister teasing her little sister by holding a doll just out of reach. A very scarce transfer in black on a creamy pearlware ground, a crisp ABC border. Measuring 6 1/4″ in diameter, no damage. All items shipped insured. Please view my! Be sure to add me to your! by adding my eBay Store to your Favorites Shipping information. Shipping is through US Postal Service. Priority Mail. I ship 1 business day after payment is received. I will offer the option of Domestic Parcel Post on larger or heavier items. I'm happy to combine shipping on multiple items when safely possible. All items are shipped insured. There is a $2.00 handling fee to cover insurance& packing materials. INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING is by Priority International Mail ... moreONLY. I will not falsify an item value or list an item as a gift on U.S. Customs forms. Any additional fees incurred in foreign customs are the buyers responsibility. Import duties. Taxes, and charges are not included in the item price or shipping cost. These charges are the buyer's responsibility. Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to bidding or buying. Customs fees are normally charged by the shipping company or collected when you pick the item up. These fees are not additional shipping charges. We won't under-value merchandise or mark the item as a gift on customs forms. Doing that is against U.S. and international laws. Please know the items I sell are fragile and require careful packing. Proper packing will add weight to the parcel& I want your item to arrive intact. Shipping rates are set by the carrier. There is a $2.00 handling fee to cover packing materials& signature confirmation on items over $250. As required in eBay's Buyer's Protection policy. I'm happy to combine shipping on multiple items when safely possible. Parcel Post is available upon request on domestic shipp
c.1780 Staffordshire Pearlware Blue & White Soup Cup Bowl "Take ye a Cuppe..."
C.1780's English Staffordshire Pearl-ware Transfer Soup Cup Bowl"Take ye a Cuppe. Look at this! Don't miss it! Here is a wonderful EARLY soup cup. It has nice blue transfer decorations in a traditional style It dates back to the 1780's-1800 and was most likely made by Burslem. Staffordshire or Liverpool The caption reads: Take ye a cuppe o'kindness for auld lang syne. part of the traditional Scots poem by Richard Burns and song Measurements: Approx. 6.25" across with handle. 2.6" high, 5.5" top diameter Condition: Very Good overall; Please see photos below. The minor irregularities and spur marks are from the production process and give the piece character Please e-mail us for additional photos or information that can give you a better idea about this beautiful piece We Will Combine Shipping When Possible ... moreFor Your Convenience! Local Pickups Are Welcome Please take a look at the other items we have on sale now. Please. We will add new listings at least once weekly. So be sure to drop in! You never know what you might find! If you do not agree with any price, let us know your suggestion. We guarantee not to pass up any reasonable offer! Also, if you are not sure about an item, feel free to ask us as many questions, as you want! Buyer is responsible for the actual shipping cost. No handling charges We describe the items with the best of our knowledge and ability. So to avoid any misunderstanding, and in case of any doubt, please e-mail us. We will be glad to answer all your questions and to provide additional photos and information Take a look at the other items we have for sale now and please keep visiting Thank you! and call me for free. Powered by Powered by Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items. Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items. `4g.RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fuk.rp*f%603%3E%604g-13d912506e2-0xf6-
Antique LEEDS Staffordshire Pearlware COBALT Flow Blue FEATHER EDGE PLATE
Antique LEEDS Staffordshire Pearlware COBALT Flow Blue FEATHER EDGE PLATE ANTIQUE FEATHER EDGE PLATE Gorgeous antique pearlware feather edge dinner plate measuring 8-3/4" wide. Featuring a simple border with lovely deep cobalt blue feathering around the edge. There is a bit of flow to the heavy decoration. Condition is excellent with no chips, cracks, hairlines, repairs, discoloration or damage- interior front bears three stilt marks from manufacture- some clay imperfections and a few tiny dots of stray cobalt- back bears three tripod stilt marks and several clay pits- does not detract- finish is shiny and very white- best representation of color is the plate against the black background in the photo. Dating 1840s- 1850s, it is a beautiful, early feather edge plate- lovely addition to any collection or display! If questions. Please contact ... moreme- thanks!
Rare Set of 4 Sunderland Staffordshire Pink Lustre Pearlware Cups & Saucers
Rare Complete Set of 4 Antique Sunderland Pink Lustre Handleless Cups and Saucers Circa 1830 DESCRIPTION: This is a rare matched set of 4 antique handleless tea cups with matching deep saucers in a pink lustre or pearlware design of stylized flowers. They probably date from the early 19 th century. The design appears on the inside of all the saucers and cups. The outsides of the cups are decorated only with two ribbons of pink lustre. CONDITION: All eight pieces are in very good antique condition. There are a few very minor spots where the glaze is worn off along the outer edges of some pieces. And some scattered white spots in the design where the color has worn off. None have any cracks, chips or hairlines, signs of repair or crazing. SHIPPING: Shipping is FREE to any address within the U.S. Shipping to any destination outside the U.S. ... moreis $30. Any overcharge promptly refunded. Returns accepted. Please click the link above to check out!
Early Pearlware Saucer Tea Bowl Feeding Chickens 1805 Staffordshire Ridgway
800x600 Early Pearlware Saucer or Tea Bowl FEEDING CHICKENS ~ WILD ROSE BORDER Job Ridgway Staffordshire. England c. 1805 This is a stunning pearlware transfer printed saucer or tea bowl. Originally part of a complete tea set. The saucer measures 5 1/4" in diameter. The color is a rich medium blue with a pearlware glaze. The saucer is decorated with a transfer printed image of a woman feeding chickens from a basket of corn while a kneeling child holds out his hand for some. The delicate decoration is very rich. With little white space. There is no maker's mark except for a partially readable printed numeral that may read 09. According to the Transferware Collectors Club pattern database. The pattern has been found with an impressed lower-case"Ridgway" mark, probably indicating that it was made by the Job Ridgway factory ... morein 1802-1808, although another version called'Feeding Chickens' was also made by Riley. The saucer is in very good condition. And displays beautifully. There is a small nip on the foot rim, probably an enlarged stilt mark, and a bump in the well of the bowl, original to the making and glazed over before the original firing. A wonderful deep saucer, offered as is, in a very desirable pattern, perfect for farm life rooster cock or chicken fanciers, and advanced collectors of early pearlware dishes. We have listed other early English ceramics along with plenty of unusual and whimsical Staffordshire transferwares this week. We are always happy to combine shipping of multiple purchases. Please send us an email with any questions or if you would like to see additional photos. Thank you for bidding! International Buyers– Please Note: Most of our merchandise is over 100 years old. And we mark our international parcels“antiques– over 100 years old” US and International government regulations do not allow us to mark merchandise values below value or mark items as"gifts” Import duties, taxes and charges, if any, are not included in the item price or shipping charges. These cha
LOVELY Pearlware ? Transferware Teapot Bird Pigeon Dove Blue Glaze
This is a beautiful old teapot. I don't know the pattern or the maker. From an old Connecticut estate of a wealthy mill owner. I am far from an expert but I believe this is pearlware, as there is a bluish tint to the glaze which is visible in areas where the glaze has pooled. Teapot measures 9 1/4 inches wide at the widest(spout to handle) the body is 5 1/2 across. rim at top is slightly over 4 1/2 inches. Picture of bird in a tree on both sides, decorated handle and spout, everything seems to have a pattern going on, with this piece. The cover seems small to me, which makes me doubt if it is original, however the design at the rim matches and it was found on the piece when we cleaned out the estate. CONDITION: There has been a professional repair to the edge of the lid. Visible in my photo as a white streak, I would say it was from quite ... morea while ago, it doesn't seem to go through to the other side. The knob of the lid has a flat side(see photo) which seems to have happened in the making as the blue color has pooled in it and the glaze does cover it completely. The handle has had a piece glued in, unprofessionally, but this may be worth having it repaired correctly. Also there is a roughness in a couple of places on the handle and a chip in the glaze(of the handle) as well(see photo) The body of the pot has an area(about 1 inch high) that seems to have been left unglazed near the handle(visible in the handle photo) The bottom outside has a Y shaped line with another single line beside(photo) but none of these go through to the inside. The spout has chipping on the underside(photo) and a little to one side, but this piece shows remarkably well with the spout as it is. There is general crazing as you would expect with a piece this old. How old? I really don't know. 1830s? Please email and educate me if you can! The bird on one side seems to have a flattened head. Also a lump under the glaze on his chest. Both things happened in the making I'm fairly sure. Grass at the base of the tree is slightly di
1820 s Blue Transfer Pearlware Plate ~ Lakeside Meeting ~ 10 1/8" NR
WE SHIP WORLDWIDE. IF OUTSIDE THE CONTINENTAL US EMAIL FOR A SHIPPING QUOTE. Seller: Alley-Antiques DESCRIPTION: Our opening bid is our reserve. Staffordshire Transferware. Beautiful collectible early blue transferware plate. The pattern is called"Lakeside Meeting" It was made by James Keeling(1790-1832) Unmarked. This plate dates back to the 1820s to c. 1825. The plate has an early notched back foot rim. Nice blue tint to the pearlware glaze. Condition is good for age. No major chips. Cracks, or repairs. There are several shallow flakes/ frits on the outer edge that are probably from an old metal plate hanger. The largest flake is at the bottom edge and measures 1/8" The plate is nice and clean. Some utensil marks will be noticed when titled towards the light. Minor rubbing to the outer edge. Typical stilt marks on the plate ... morefrom the making. The plate displays beautifully. Guaranteed to date from the 1820s. Measures about 10 1/8" in diameter. A very collectable very old plate. Shipping total includes Priority shipping, insurance, and delivery confirmation. BID WITH CONFIDENCE. We have been long time collectors and dealers of early English Transferware. Quality 19th century furniture, and Victoriana. We have been selling on Ebay since 1997.We always strive to describe the items to the best of our abilities. All items we sell are old and will show appropriate wear and tear, the pieces will not look brand new. They will have character. If you have any questions feel free to email us. This is an auction and ALL SALES ARE FINAL. TERMS: Washington State residence pay appropriate sales tax unless you have a valid resale number. International buyers must have 10 feedback or more(or contact us prior to bidding) We accept credit cards through Paypal. Buyer pays shipping. Handling, and insurance. Payment must clear before pick-up or shipping of an item. We need to hear from the high bidder within 2 days of auction end. Payment needs to arrive within 4 days after the auction, or we reserve the right to s