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 Often printed and with added color, Children's plates and mugs were made in large numbers during the 19th century but inevitably few have survived.

Decorated with animals & birds, occupations & games as well as morals & proverbs they provided an opportunity to educate as well as amuse.

In the early years the wares were well made but later became cruder as they were quickly produced.

Few were marked. They were made in Staffordshire, Sunderland and Wales

 Stock#

Item Description

 Date

 Maker

 Price

 

23698

CHILD'S PLATE. 6-1/2 inches diameter

"EXERCISE DRILL"

Molded border. Black print of three children and a dog playing at soldiers. Impressed mark

Two small chips to rim

1864

James F. Wileman

STAFFORDSHIRE

$95.00

 

 

 

40076

 
SUGAR BOX, child's toy or miniature, 2-1/2"high x 3" long. "Adam Buck"prints in black of a mother playing with her child, on a buff ground with brown rim and accents. Unmarked.

* small losses to brown enamel; chip to rim of lid and chip to collar on interior of lid.

 c.1810  STAFFORDSHIRE

 $85.00

 

40094

 
CHILD'S TODDY-PLATE, 4-1/2"diameter. Pratt colors with brown rim. Printed view of ruined abbey with sheep in foreground. Enamel colors.

Unmarked

 1810-30

STAFFORDSHIRE

OR PRATTWARE

$150.00

 40090

 CHILD'S TODDY-PLATE, "Franklin's Maxims" 4-1/4"diameter. Pink lustre rim and molded leaf border with blue printed scene of a farmer ploughing with 2 horses.

"He that by the plough would thrive ,Himself must either hold or drive"

Unmarked

 c.1825  STAFFORDSHIRE

 $225.00

 40451

 CHILD'S MUG, 3"high. Blue transfer of a Romantic scene featuring a vase of flowers and ornate buildings. Umarked.

*stained

 c.1830
  STAFFORDSHIRE

 $110.00

 

23700

 Child's Plate, 7-3/4"octagonal, scroll molded border with two narrow blue bands. "Robinson Crusoe: hunting" ,black transfer print over enameled showing Crusoe returning from the hunt with a goat on his shoulder. Over-enameled in color. No marks. *tiny rim chips

Based on the illustrations By J.J. Granville in "Robinson Crusoe" by George Rutledge. Reference Noel Riley "Gifts for Good Children"

 c.1850

Bailey & Ball 

STAFFORDSHIRE

 $95.00

 

23703

 Child's Plate, 7-1/2"octagonal, scroll molded border with two narrow blue bands. "Robinson Crusoe and his Raft" ,black transfer print with colored enamels

Reverse with pattern registration mark

Based on the illustrations By J.J. Granville in "Robinson Crusoe" by George Rutledge. Reference Noel Riley "Gifts for Good Children"

 1847

Bailey & Ball 

STAFFORDSHIRE

 $95.00

 

23704

  Child's Plate, 7-1/2"octagonal, scroll molded border with two narrow blue bands. "Robinson Crusoe : the Anniversary of his shipwreck", black transfer print with colored enamels

Unmarked

Based on the illustrations By J.J. Granville in "Robinson Crusoe" by George Rutledge. Reference Noel Riley "Gifts for Good Children"

1847

Bailey & Ball 

STAFFORDSHIRE

 $95.00

 

 25532

Child 's Plate, 7-1/2"octagonal. Scroll molded border with two narrow puce colored bands.."Oriental Threshing", a black transfer print showing an Indian seated on a thresher pulled by two water buffaloes. Unmarked.

  c.1850

Bailey & Ball 

STAFFORDSHIRE

  $125.00

 

23686

Child's Plate, 5-3/4"."The Gleaners" , black transfer print of two children and a dog, the girl holding a sheaf of wheat. Molded daisy border.

No marks. *2"crack stabilized.

c.1850
 DAVENPORT

 $ 75.00

 

40109 SOLD

CHILD'S TEA SERVICE.

Teapot, 3-1/2"high, creamer, covered sugar, four cups & saucers. London shape. White ground with black transfer prints of rural landscapes.

CHARMING EARLY EXAMPLE, TREASURED FOR ALMOST 200 YEARS

Unmarked. *repair to one saucer, cracks to 2 saucers, 1 cup & the sugar box. Detailed condition report available.

 1810-15
  STAFFORDSHIRE

SOLD

 40452 SOLD

 LUCKY LITTLE CHARLOTTE !


CHILD'S MUG, 2-1/4", Creamware, painted with the name "Charlotte"in brown between two iron-red tulips. Brown rim. Unmarked


*1 small chip to rim; several chips and nibbles to foot rim

 1800-1815
 LEEDS

SOLD

 40097

SOLD

Child's tea bowl & saucer, 1-3/4" high, 4-1/4" diameter. Pearlware body with iron-red transfer print of three children on a river bank playing with a model yatch. Mark: name in iron-red

 1820-23
 SHORTHOSE & Co.

 SOLD

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