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STAFFORDSHIRE AMERICAN HISTORICAL TRANSFER-PRINTED

Lot 0256 Details

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STAFFORDSHIRE AMERICAN HISTORICAL TRANSFER-PRINTED CERAMIC CHILDREN'S MUG, having purple/mulberry transfer featuring the Seal of the United States to each side with "The Land / of Liberty." printed inside cartouche to front. Unmarked. Second quarter 19th century. 2 3/8" H, 2 5/8" D rim.
Having professional restoration to rim with hairline encircling bottom handle terminal and minor expected wear to rim.
Literature: Parallels the Armans - Anglo-American Ceramics, Part I, p. 168, fig. S.34; Transferware Collectors Club database pattern #8487.
Provenance: From the collection of Nick Routson, Phoenix, AZ.
Condition
Having professional restoration to rim with hairline encircling bottom handle terminal and minor expected wear to rim.
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STAFFORDSHIRE AMERICAN HISTORICAL TRANSFER-PRINTED

Estimate $150 - $250
May 22
Starting Price $80
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0256: STAFFORDSHIRE AMERICAN HISTORICAL TRANSFER-PRINTED

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Est. $150 - $250Starting Price $80
The Routson Americana Collection - Part 1
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Lot 0256 Details

Description
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STAFFORDSHIRE AMERICAN HISTORICAL TRANSFER-PRINTED CERAMIC CHILDREN'S MUG, having purple/mulberry transfer featuring the Seal of the United States to each side with "The Land / of Liberty." printed inside cartouche to front. Unmarked. Second quarter 19th century. 2 3/8" H, 2 5/8" D rim.
Having professional restoration to rim with hairline encircling bottom handle terminal and minor expected wear to rim.
Literature: Parallels the Armans - Anglo-American Ceramics, Part I, p. 168, fig. S.34; Transferware Collectors Club database pattern #8487.
Provenance: From the collection of Nick Routson, Phoenix, AZ.
Condition
...
Having professional restoration to rim with hairline encircling bottom handle terminal and minor expected wear to rim.

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