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A Collection of Staffordshire Transferware Millenium

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A Collection of Staffordshire Transferware Millenium

Lot 0168 Details

Description
A Collection of Staffordshire Transferware Millenium Table Articles

19th Century

thirty-eight�pieces including black, brown, blue, red and purple examples.

most with underglaze stamp to bottom.

Length of largest tray 17 1/4 x 13 1/2 inches.

Property from the Estate of James A. Sanders, Evansville, IndianaHindman is honored to present property from the Estate of James A. Sanders, including his collection of American Furniture, Glazed Pottery and Folk Art. Born in 1938 in Evansville, Indiana, Mr. Sanders dedicated his life to education, historic preservation, and the arts.Well-respected and a friend to many, Mr. Sanders built an impressive collection across many categories including Rockingham pottery, early lighting, American and English paintings, toys and banks, and American vernacular furniture. He spent his time between Evansville and his family farm in New Harmony, Indiana. It was here at the family home where his collection grew. Following his career as an educator, Mr. Sanders further pursued his interest in historic preservation. In 1985, he became the University of Southern Indiana�s first director of Historic New Harmony. His enthusiasm and general interest in history was reflected in how he put together his collection, and the wide variety of objects with which he surrounded himself.Mr. Sanders�s passion for the arts was a common theme throughout his life. Along with his career, he supported numerous foundations and institutions such as Decorative Arts Trust, Evansville Preservation Alliance, Evansville Museum of Arts, Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra, and many others. His collection was a reflection of his life, loved and accomplished.
Condition
Black tray with several chips and wear to rim. Red tray with hairline to underside. Notable wear to one red plate. Red undertray with hairline to bottom.

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A Collection of Staffordshire Transferware Millenium

Estimate $800 - $1,200
Mar 09
Starting Price $400
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0168: A Collection of Staffordshire Transferware Millenium

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Est. $800 - $1,200Starting Price $400
American Folk & Decorative Arts: Session I
Tue, Mar 09, 2021 10:00 AM
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Lot 0168 Details

Description
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A Collection of Staffordshire Transferware Millenium Table Articles

19th Century

thirty-eight�pieces including black, brown, blue, red and purple examples.

most with underglaze stamp to bottom.

Length of largest tray 17 1/4 x 13 1/2 inches.

Property from the Estate of James A. Sanders, Evansville, IndianaHindman is honored to present property from the Estate of James A. Sanders, including his collection of American Furniture, Glazed Pottery and Folk Art. Born in 1938 in Evansville, Indiana, Mr. Sanders dedicated his life to education, historic preservation, and the arts.Well-respected and a friend to many, Mr. Sanders built an impressive collection across many categories including Rockingham pottery, early lighting, American and English paintings, toys and banks, and American vernacular furniture. He spent his time between Evansville and his family farm in New Harmony, Indiana. It was here at the family home where his collection grew. Following his career as an educator, Mr. Sanders further pursued his interest in historic preservation. In 1985, he became the University of Southern Indiana�s first director of Historic New Harmony. His enthusiasm and general interest in history was reflected in how he put together his collection, and the wide variety of objects with which he surrounded himself.Mr. Sanders�s passion for the arts was a common theme throughout his life. Along with his career, he supported numerous foundations and institutions such as Decorative Arts Trust, Evansville Preservation Alliance, Evansville Museum of Arts, Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra, and many others. His collection was a reflection of his life, loved and accomplished.
Condition
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Black tray with several chips and wear to rim. Red tray with hairline to underside. Notable wear to one red plate. Red undertray with hairline to bottom.

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