IRONSTONE
STONE CHINA
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Ironstone or stone china is a high fired white pottery recognized by its heavy weight and dense body. The original body was produced by Turner in 1800.

Mason in 1813 patented "Ironstone China" and Spode and Davenport made "Stone China". Many other British manufacturers also produced similar wares.

Practical, sturdy and resistant to chips it soon became popular for everyday use. In the early years it was decorated in bright colors often in Oriental style patterns.

Later in the 19th century ironstone was used for blue printed wares and for the Flow Blue wares

 Stock#

 Item description

 Date

 Maker

 Price

 

26465

PLATE. Diameter 10 Inches.

"Japan" Imari style design of peonies and vase in bold colors. Blue trellis border. Pattern #5054. "Imperial Stone China" mark.

Restoration to rim chip

1825 RIDGWAY
$85.00

 

26463

DESSERT DISH, 10"long. Stone china( Ironstone). Decorated with an "Imari" or "Japan" design of a peony and bird in underglaze blue,iron-red and green,gold accents. Pattern #107 in red on back.

No mark.

Professional restoration to chip on lower center lobe

1810-1815 RIDGWAY
$185.00

 

26405

 SAUCER, 5-1/2 inches diameter, The "tobacco"pattern in underglaze blue, iron red and gold with an ochre rim

Mark; Blue underglaze printed Spode

 c.1825  SPODE

$95.00 

 

40480

 TEAPOT. 6-1/2"high. "Castleford type". Porcellaneous stoneware. White with blue accents . Oval panel form with parapet. Molded with leaves and columns , the two panels with Classical figures. Cover with bird finial.

No marks.

*restoration to finial & one lobe of parapet; star crack in base

 c.1810  YORKSHIRE

 $185.00

 

 

40334

 SAUCE TUREEN AND STAND, 4-3/4" high ,7-1/2" long. Printed Armorial for the "City of London Commercial Club"; Oriental pattern,underglaze blue and over-painted in enamels, the handles as animal faces. Printed mark.

 1805-1820

 DAVENPORT

 

$350.00 

 

 

33824SOLD

PLATE, 10-3/4"diameter. Imari pattern in underglaze blue, iron red and gold. Pattern # B3694. Printed and impressed mark.

Small in the making flaw to flower in well

 c.1870

 ASHWORTH

Successors to MASON

 

 SOLD

 

 

SOLD40110

 

 Small Jug, 3" high. Smear glazed stone ware. Compressed shape with high angular handle. White ground with an applied relief grapevine band in deep blue. Mark: Impressed WEDGWOOD. *firing crack at base of spout

 1790-1820

 WEDGWOOD

 

 

 

SOLD

 

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