AESTHETIC MARINE BLUE TRANSFERWARE PLATTER GORDON PATTERN E. and C. Challinor & Co. Unicorn Potteries Tunstall, Staffordshire England c. 1875 This Victorian aesthetic 15 1/2 " long x 12 " wide platter is transfer printed in a rich marine blue, an uncommon color for this period. The clear and crisp GORDON pattern features a border divided into alternating patterns of luscious exotic flowers and geometric shapes. The well of the platter features wild native roses surrounding Japanesque designs. The pattern
Offered for sale is a wonderful Royal Doulton Blue Transferware Platter. Not quite flow blue, this is features a really deep, rich blue border of roses alternated with a patterned almost aesthetic feel. The pictures tell the story better then the description can. The platter measures almost 15" by 12 1/2" and is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, crazing or visible utensil marks. Marked Royal Doulton as pictured, I'm guessing this dates to the 1880s-90s. I purchased this with a large number of
F Winkle - F Winkle Togo (Transferware/No Gold) 16" Oval Serving Platter - Transferware,No Gold Trim,Blue Scene
This is an exceptionally pretty transfer ware platter. The manufacturer is Ridgways and the pattern is Theodore. The platter has wonderful blue flowers scattered over the platter and heavily detailed branch like renditions on the border. The platter dates to around the late 1800's to early 1900's. The back of the platter has two impress marks and the manufacturer's mark Ridgways Theodore England Royal Semi Porcelain. The back of the platter shows wear and some discoloration around the edges. There are
Alfred Meakin - Alfred Meakin Albemarle (Transferware) 14" Oval Serving Platter - Transferware, Slate Blue,Flowers On Rim
Caskata Arbor Blue Rimmed Oval Platter Caskata Arbor Blue Rimmed Oval Platter Caskata Arbor Blue Rimmed Platter is reminiscent of antique English blue transferware. Arbor Blue is a vintage-inspired floral infused with contemporary flavor in blue and creamy white. Size - 16"L
An Antique Aesthetic Transferware Large Platter A Stunning Blue Gray Berries And Vines Pattern Encircles This Oval Scalloped Platter. The pattern is Hop by Johnson Brothers England dating to the early 1900's. This transferware platter is in very good condition with no cracks or chips or crazing - see pictures. This lovely antique platter measures 16 1/8 inches on the longest dimension ~ Special Antique Items Are Added Daily At Holly Lane Antiques! ~
Keeling & Co - Keeling & Co Devon 15" Oval Serving Platter - Transferware,Blue Flowers,Scroll,No Trim
Transferware,No Gold Trim,Blue Scene. 16" Oval Serving Platter in the Togo (Transferware/No Gold) pattern by F Winkle
Caskata Arbor Blue Oval Platter Caskata Arbor Blue Oval Platter Caskata Arbor Blue Coupe Platter is reminiscent of antique English blue transferware. Arbor Blue is a vintage-inspired floral infused with contemporary flavor in blue and creamy white. Size - 16"L
14 1/2 " x 11 ". Made in England. Great motif. Lovely handcolored brown toile. Has so much detail: cottage farm boy sheep chickens trees stream mums leaves. Love it!
This is an attractive 14" x 10 1/4" Blue and White Transferware Platter. The rim is lightly scalloped. The blue and white design is of swirls with flower bouquets. There are three lovely cartouches of windmill scenes. The garter mark indicates the platter was made in the 1800's and "Gouda" is the pattern name. The earthenware platter was manufactured by Glasgow Pottery J.M.P. Bell & C0. Ltd. Dobbies Loan, Glasgow, Scotland. Also on the back is an impressed bell mark which was used during the latter 1800's.
Transferware, Slate Blue,Flowers On Rim. 14" Oval Serving Platter in the Albemarle (Transferware) pattern by Alfred Meakin
For sale is a charming early 20th century blue and white transferware meat platter by W. Adams & Sons in the Kyber pattern. The platter has canted sides and is a beautiful rich deep cobalt blue. It is in very good condition a couple of glaze hairlines to the back. Size: 9 7/8 Length x 6 Width.
Blue/Green Transferware,Gold Accents. 16" Oval Serving Platter in the Eclipse (Blue/Green Transfer) pattern by Johnson Brothers
12.5" round blue and white chop plate or platter made by Ridgway, Staffordshire, England potteries, circa 1920 - 1930. Willow Ware or Blue Willow has been made in hundreds of variations since the late 1700's. All depict the story of star-crossed lovers, finally united as birds. This larger size is a chop platter or serving platter. The chop plate is in very good condition. It has some very mild crazing and 4 brown spots where the iron in the clay has leached to the surface (see photos). There are no chips
Nice brown toile polychrome Southern Mansion scene. So charming!!! 14" x 10.5" decorative Large platter. Pretty tan brown on cream hand colored with red, green, blue. Lovely scroll and leaf design on fluted edge. Made in England. Rare - hard to find design
This platter measures 13" x 10 1/2". The chariot is drawn by 3 horses driven by a Roman or Greek warrior. The rim of the platter has 4 cartouche insets. Two have fountains; the other 2 have tiger drawn chariots. The design is based on a drawing by David Roberts. This platter is marked with the pattern name and and an eagle with outstretched wings and the J.&M.P.B.&Co. There is an impressed mark_ IMPERIAL with the initials J.&M.P.B.&Co. This mark was used 1842-1881. The platter is free of chips. It does have
Copeland semi-porcelain china has a flow blue floral design with hand painted gold detail. Marked "Copeland Ashburne". The beautiful contrast of the blue and white of the floral design and background is exquisite. Price shown is for 2 PLATTERS. Platters measure 11" by 9". One has an intact "bump" crack, one has darkened crazing. BACKSTAMP: impressed word "COPELAND" in curved form without a crown above. ca. 1850-67 Please visit Timber Hills Shop on Ruby Lane for different and unique items. Items added on a
This is an aesthetic Platter of the Victorian era. The platter has a stamp on the back that indicates age between 1880-1891. It is an English transferware and the platter is in good condition with no cracks or chips. There are a few firing pits but overall a nice piece. Size is 12" x 8 ". There is a story behind this platter but I cannot verify with any written document only what the owner told me in Vermont at an estate sale. They said this piece came from Grandma Moses' family. Check out the pictures.
This platter measures 10 3/4" x 13 1/4", It is transfer printed in blue. The rim of the plate has a combed feather design. The center is a romantic landscape. There is evidence of a mark, but very faint. Nevertheless, I have another platter with this pattern which is marked. The English Registry mark dates it to 1845. The maker is Fell & Co. of the Newcastle. This platter is in excellent condition.
This is a very popular pattern by Wedgwood. The platter measures 10 1/4" x 12 1/2". The border is floral. The center of the platter is a rural landscape with two deer in the foreground. The bottom is marked Fallow Deer Wedgwood Etruria England. There is also an impressed Wedgwood as well as date codes. The three letter code starts with "3" denoting potting between 1907 and 1924. It is in excellent condition. One nick or mark on the edge from the kiln stand.
Beautiful early Staffordshire platter, measuring a large 16" long by 12 3/4" wide, with a bluish black floral border design and a very unusual central medallion of urn, sling of arrows and horn. The platter is in excellent condition as to age, with no cracks, chips or other damage, there is slight crazing to the glaze, and the reverse has slight discoloration (see photos), otherwise excellent. The platter has an imprinted back stamp, but the only word I could make out was the central word which I think is
Late Victorian Flow Blue 15" Oval Platter [CP0540 ] $225 .00 Scalloped swag late Victorian flow blue oval plate. This platter has all-over crazing and discoloration as you would expect on an antique china platter. However, there are no chips or cracks. It is an old flo blue transferware scalloped edge serving plate with gold poinsettia garland. Some reasearh has called the tiny flower swag "a poinsetia garland" associated with the Antique French China Co. of Sebring, Ohio. Mark: unmarked, possibly made
Antique Staffordshire Scalloped edge lite Blue Transfer Platter in the Formosa Pattern. This Beautiful platter was produced by Thomas Godwin Burslem 1834-1854 and is marked in blue on the back. It has a detailed floral border with an Oriental scene in the center It measures 16" X 12" and is in Very good Condition with only two small chips to the outer edge of the plate which can be seen in the pictures. This is a great display piece and is Brightly detailed
An Exquisite Old Platter Of Copeland Spode England - Spode's Camilla A Brown Transferware Pattern - The Central Spray Is Thought To Be Of The Tea Plant Camellia Sinensis From Which The Pattern May Have Derived Its Name. This pattern was designed in 1833. It was first printed in blue and later offered in a wide variety of colors - brown being one of the rarer colors. Back stamp is shown along with the impressed marks which date this platter to 1932. This Copeland Spode Platter is in very good condition with
A medium sized blue and white platter by J&MP Bell of Glasgow, with the impressed bell mark used between 1842, when the factory was founded, and 1881. It measures approximately 12 inches by 10 inches (30 x 25.5 cm) so is suitable for a small roast. There is surface crazing and some associated staining, and the print itself, as so often with Bells ware, is rather pale and - not really blurred, but not very sharp. The staining is more visible on the back where you will also see the typical kiln marks.
W H Grindley's 19th Century Blue Transfer English SPRING Pattern Makes This Platter A Stunning Addition To Your Table. The Flow Blue SPRING Pattern Features Mums & Chrysanthemum Leaves In A Gorgeous Victorian Design That Is So Very Sweet. The Complex Design Weaves Blossoms, Vines And Tendrils Into A Rambling, Meandering, Eye-Catching Portrayal Of Floral Design. Sporting The W.H.Grindley & Co, Tunstall Insignia, This Transferware Platter Is Just A Reminder Of How High Was The Quality Of Staffordshire Potters
This amazing turkey platter is in the Palmyra pattern by Sampson Hancock. The registration diamond dates the piece to February 4, 1883. The cream-colored stoneware is background for a predominantly brown transferware pattern features a floral arrangement in a vase in its center on a contrasting background, half a flower pattern and half the natural stoneware. Bands of pastel flowers (red, blue and yellow) surround the central design, with a pebble-like patterned band in brown between the two floral bands.
This platter is part of Stevenson's 'Panoramic Scenery' series, each piece of which featured a different English view. This view is St Alban's Abbey Hertfordshire. The white gadrooned edge accentuates the dark blue in the platter. Condition: there are no chips, cracks or repairs. The transfer is slightly worn, which is reflected in the price. Uncommon, this platter is a good addition to any early transferware collection. Size: 14 5/8 x 11 1/2.