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ENGLISH STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY TRANSFER-PRINTED WITH VIE

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ENGLISH STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY TRANSFER-PRINTED WITH VIEWS OF AMERICAN HISTORICAL INTEREST ARTICLES, LOT OF THREE,dark blue, the first, a dinner plate with incurvate rim, transfer-printed in deep cobalt blue with "Mambrino's Helmet," from Don Quixote by James and Ralph Clews; a lobed plate with incurvate rim, transfer-printed in deep-cobalt blue with a view of "Exchange Baltimore," by Ralph Stevenson & Williams, and a small, two-handled, wavy-rimmed sauce tureen underplate, the handle terminates molded with foliate designs in low relief, transfer-printed in medium-cobalt blue with a view of the "Upper Ferry Bridge over the River Schuykill," by Joseph Stubbs. First third 19th century. 10" D the largest.
Literature for the first: "The Dictionary of Blue & White Printed Pottery 1780-1880, Volume 1," page 235. Literature for the second: "American Historical Views on Staffordshire China," by Ellouise Baker Larsen, page 125. Literature for the third," "Historical Staffordshire, An Illustrated Check-List," by David and Linda Arman, page 124, item 332.
Provenance: From a California Private Collection.
Condition
Good condition overall: the first item with a shallow chip reglued at 10 o'clock, with overpainted surface; two or three frit flecks to the face; the back shows some moderate staining. The face of the second plate has a very good appearance, but the back shows a crack within the footrim across the diameter, and staining there and to rim; the last with the face showing well, but the back with two chips to rim underside at 5 and 6 o'clock and a crack toward foot at 11 o'clock.
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ENGLISH STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY TRANSFER-PRINTED WITH VIE

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Apr 24, 2013
Starting Price $50
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Lot 0167 Details

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ENGLISH STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY TRANSFER-PRINTED WITH VIEWS OF AMERICAN HISTORICAL INTEREST ARTICLES, LOT OF THREE,dark blue, the first, a dinner plate with incurvate rim, transfer-printed in deep cobalt blue with "Mambrino's Helmet," from Don Quixote by James and Ralph Clews; a lobed plate with incurvate rim, transfer-printed in deep-cobalt blue with a view of "Exchange Baltimore," by Ralph Stevenson & Williams, and a small, two-handled, wavy-rimmed sauce tureen underplate, the handle terminates molded with foliate designs in low relief, transfer-printed in medium-cobalt blue with a view of the "Upper Ferry Bridge over the River Schuykill," by Joseph Stubbs. First third 19th century. 10" D the largest.
Literature for the first: "The Dictionary of Blue & White Printed Pottery 1780-1880, Volume 1," page 235. Literature for the second: "American Historical Views on Staffordshire China," by Ellouise Baker Larsen, page 125. Literature for the third," "Historical Staffordshire, An Illustrated Check-List," by David and Linda Arman, page 124, item 332.
Provenance: From a California Private Collection.
Condition
...
Good condition overall: the first item with a shallow chip reglued at 10 o'clock, with overpainted surface; two or three frit flecks to the face; the back shows some moderate staining. The face of the second plate has a very good appearance, but the back shows a crack within the footrim across the diameter, and staining there and to rim; the last with the face showing well, but the back with two chips to rim underside at 5 and 6 o'clock and a crack toward foot at 11 o'clock.

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