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Staffordshire blue transfer-ware plate: ''The Dam and Water Works Philadelphia'' by Henshall Williamson & Company features a central side-wheel steamboat... [this item is NOT for sale]


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    of (17) Pieces of Late 18th-Mid-19th c. Staffordshire Blue Transferware, including: Oval two-handled Serving Bowl with reticulated sides, oriental landscape image inside base, ... [more like this]
  • Unmarked Spode blue transferware plate in
    the ''Italian'' pattern and a similar Staffordshire blue transferware dinner plate 19th century; 1) Spode plate - central scene of castle ruins and floral border 10 in. Diam.; ... [more like this]
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    Group of (19) Pieces of Matching Pattern Mid-19th c. English Staffordshire Blue Transferware, decoration featuring figures and cows in a landscape scene with a village and ... [more like this]
  • Two Staffordshire blue transferware china
    plates two Leeds pearlware plates and Staffordshire blue transfer cup and saucer late 18th/early 19th century; 1) blue transfer plate with lake scene probably Spode 10 in. ... [more like this]
  • Staffordshire blue transferware porcelain
    foot bath 19th century Of oval form with shaped handles and a flaring foot, decorated with pinwheel motif within spearhead and stripe border; together with a blue transferware ... [more like this]
  • BLUE TRANSFERWARE - Lot of (30) pieces of
    assorted Staffordshire blue transferware including: 14 plates, tray with inserts, 3 bowls, 2 strainers, 2 small covered tureens with underplates, 1 covered tureen, 1 platter, ... [more like this]
  • Four pieces of Staffordshire blue transferware
    covered sugar bowl small meat platter and pair of plates together with a pair of blue and white transferware commemorative plates for Jamestown settlement Estimate $ 100-150 ... [more like this]
  • 19C. Staffordshire Blue Transferware Fruit
    Platter: . England, Circa 1830. Blue transferware platter decorated with a pomologic table setting with birds within a floral border. Earthenware. 18" x 14", . . From the ... [more like this]
  • TWO STAFFORDSHIRE BLUE TRANSFERWARE PLATES.
    Including one ''Quadrupeds'' patterned plated by Hall. Center decorated with a lion. 10' dia. One ''Bamborough Castle / North Umberland'' plate. Base marked ''Adams Warranted ... [more like this]
  • GROUP OF 4 STAFFORDSHIRE BLUE TRANSFERWARE
    SUGAR BOWLS: 19th C. Romantic Staffordshire sugar bowls in dragon patter a cottage pattern a floral and juvenile with peacock pattern. Average approx. 5 1/2''h. x 6''.CONDITION: ... [more like this]
  • LARGE STAFFORDSHIRE BLUE TRANSFERWARE PITCHER:
    Circa 1835. Very large example by Wood & Challinor Brownhills Pottery Turnstall Staffordshire. 9'' h. x 11''.CONDITION: Note crazing chips to glaze on handle. ... [more like this]
  • Staffordshire blue transferware coffee pot second
    quarter-19th century; probably Enoch Woods, with oriental blue transfer scene, 10 in. H. Condition: Lid restored, crazing, wear, chips on inner rim. ... [more like this]
  • Group of Staffordshire blue transferware
    table items 19th century Including a bulbous teapot with straight spout and spurred handle, teabowl with shaped rim and gilt banding and two spoon rests; all with chinoiserie ... [more like this]
  • Staffordshire blue transferware platter and
    reticulated basket England, 19th century The platter of hexagonal form with shaped rim enclosing Canton-style riverside villa with figures in the foreground and junks ... [more like this]
  • Staffordshire blue transferware tea items
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    tea set clews, stevenson, and adams Including a coffeepot, teapot, two covered sugars, creamer two waist bowls, nine tea bowls, and ten saucers and one toddy plate, ... [more like this]
  • Three Staffordshire blue transferware covered
    sugar bowls second half-19th century; two with fanciful landscape decoration; other with floral sprig decoration, 8 in. H. of tallest ... [more like this]
  • Staffordshire blue transferware platter in
    the "Germany" pattern mid 19th century; landscape central scene with floral festoon border, 13 in. W., 19 3/4 in. L. ... [more like this]
  • Five pieces historic Staffordshire, blue
    transferware: two pieces "Landing of Lafayette" by Clews, lidded sugar bowl, 6-1/2 in., [rim chips on bowl and lid, replaced finial, base crack], and soup bowl, 9-3/4 in., ... [more like this]
  • Staffordshire blue transferware plate:
    marked ''BURSLEM'' and ''LA ORANGE The RESIDENCE OF THE MARQUIS LAFAYETTE'' 10'' diam. [Provenance: from Estate of Lila Sklar Antiques dealer/collector] ... [more like this]

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