A collectible child's transferware cup showing children playing cricket. Height is ". width is ", condition is good with two small chips to the foot rim and a tiny fleabite to the top rim (see images.) These cups are charming survivors from ca. 1830 and this is a rare and desirable subject. I am offering four of these early cups.
Sweet child's cup depicting spectators enjoying an archery contest or exhibition. The lovely shooter has scored well so far. Height is in, width is in, condition is very good with no cracks or stains. I am offering several of these collectible children's cups.
Crisp transferware jug in the "Pomerania" pattern by Ridgway. Height is 5 1/2", width is 5". Condition is excellent but there is a glaze sealed firing crack to the foot that does not go through to the back or inside and some kiln frit on the handle. (see images) This matches the rest of the Pomerania I am offering.
Salopian tea bowl and saucer circa 1800. Wonderful transfer of a crone and two children gathering twigs on the shore of a lake. Clear, crisp transfer, several small edge and base chips (see images)a tight hairline to the bowl.
Diameter of bowl is 5", diameter of tea bowl is 2 1/2".Early and rare.
Clews "Landing of Lafayette" 10" transferware plate. Rich medium dark blue, pristine condition. Blindstamped with the Clews mark. These date to the first third of the 19th century. I have an assembled set of 6 of these.
Child's pearlware transferware plate with embossed edge and enameling. Diameter is 6 3/4 ", condition is good with some use wear, nicks to inner rim and small losses to enamel. Image is a rural house with trees and bushes. This is unusual and charming.
Ralph Stevenson and Williams, an American importer, had a brief partnership that ended around 1843. This rich cobalt dark blue Chinoiserie decorated platter shows the mark from that partnership. Length is 16", width is 13 1/2". Condition is very good with some staining to gadroon rim as shown and light use marks. A nice platter with historic connections.
Early, simple Salopian type pearlware jug with wonderful pastoral transfer in unusual blue-grey color. Perhaps this was a scene the decorator saw out the window as he worked.
Height is 6", width is 5 1/2". Condition is excellent with glazed over lip chip done in the making (see image).No cracks but some use discoloration to foot. Note the blue outline to the top edge of this jug.