A Large 19th Century
Antique English Staffordshire
A Beautiful Rich Blue
A large 19th century antique transferware
Measures 18" x 14" and is in Excellent
A classic early chintz pattern of a
variety of oriental style flowers in many shades of blue. This was made by
the Staffordshire England Pottery of Brown, Westhead, Moore & Company
and has their underglaze blue mark on the reverse for circa 1870.
A fabulous transfer design of tiny
buds, leaves and full bloom flowers of various oriental designs in deep cobalt
blue, dark blue, light blue and white on a blue ground. A scalloped
shape to the edge where the design has a 1" wide transfer pattern of twining
leaves within a border.
This has a lusterous glaze and is in
excellent condition. It's good and deep, the rim measures 1-1/2" high.
When struck, the platter has a fine
and deep resonant bell like ring ... you'll only hear that with a piece of
china that is in pristine condition and this surely is that ...
and of SUPERIOR QUALITY !
Size: 18" across x 14"
wide - 1-1/2" high and with a 1-1/2" wide
This is in Excellent
No chips, no cracks, no crazing, no
no repairs, no restoration, no utensil
(loss of gilt along the scalloped