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ENGLISH STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY TRANSFERWARE TEA

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ENGLISH STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY TRANSFERWARE TEA

Lot 1050 Details

Description
ENGLISH STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY TRANSFERWARE TEA ARTICLES, LOT OF SIX, printed in blue, comprising a squat-bellied London-shape teapot, covered sugar bowl, creamer, wastebowl, teabowl and saucer, all printed in the "Flower basket in Scroll Reserve" pattern. Unmarked. Together with a large teabowl printed in the "Lafayette at Franklin's Tomb" pattern. Seven pieces total. Circa 1825. The tallest 6 3/4" H.
Literature: TCC data base, entry 2255. The database editors mention the fact that articles with this print are found in the US, and not in England, so it was probably designed for export.
Provenance: From the Franklin Stoneburner estate collection, Delavan, WI.
Condition
The teabowl and saucer in excellent, undamaged condition, the serving articles with shallow chips to flanges, one corner of teapot base chipped, hairlines to creamer, smaller bowl with hairlines and the other does not ring true, possibly due to crazing.
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ENGLISH STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY TRANSFERWARE TEA

Estimate $200 - $300
Nov 14, 2015
Starting Price $100
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1050: ENGLISH STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY TRANSFERWARE TEA

Sold for $200
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Est. $200 - $300Starting Price $100
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Lot 1050 Details

Description
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ENGLISH STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY TRANSFERWARE TEA ARTICLES, LOT OF SIX, printed in blue, comprising a squat-bellied London-shape teapot, covered sugar bowl, creamer, wastebowl, teabowl and saucer, all printed in the "Flower basket in Scroll Reserve" pattern. Unmarked. Together with a large teabowl printed in the "Lafayette at Franklin's Tomb" pattern. Seven pieces total. Circa 1825. The tallest 6 3/4" H.
Literature: TCC data base, entry 2255. The database editors mention the fact that articles with this print are found in the US, and not in England, so it was probably designed for export.
Provenance: From the Franklin Stoneburner estate collection, Delavan, WI.
Condition
...
The teabowl and saucer in excellent, undamaged condition, the serving articles with shallow chips to flanges, one corner of teapot base chipped, hairlines to creamer, smaller bowl with hairlines and the other does not ring true, possibly due to crazing.

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