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1790 - 1840

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Pearlware was first made by Wedgwood in 1779 in response to a comment by Lady Dartmouth that she and her friends were tired of the creamware body. His formula contained some soaprock and traces of cobalt oxide to achieve a white color. It provided a good base for bright colored enamels.
It was adopted by many potteries in the early 19th century for a wide range of wares.

 

 Stock#  Item Description

Maker

 Date

 Price

 

22562

TEA BOWL& SAUCER, teabowl 2-1/4 inches high, saucer 5-1/2 inches diameter. Bute shape. Border decorated with a vine design with leaves and berries. Crack in bowl and small chip to foot rim.

Unmarked

Staffordshire
c.1800
$85.00

 

22563

TEA BOWL& SAUCER, teabowl 2-1/4 inches high, saucer 5-3/4 inches diameter. London shape. Brightly enameled with the "King's Rose" pattern. Kiln debris inside cup. Minor loss to enamel. Two rim chips to saucer.

Unmarked

Staffordshire
c.1810
$195.00

 

40237

DISH 8-1/2"long. Shell shaped with molded foliate border, blue transfer of a Village landscape with family by river.

THE VILLAGERS #1 SeeTransferware Collectors Data Base for another form

Gilt rim, rubbed. Mark: impressed TURNER.

TURNER

 c.1815

 $275.00

 

23730

PITCHER/JUG, 6 inches high. Silver lustre ground with a blue transfer design of a hunting scene with hounds at a stile, one rider on horseback and another rider standing by his horse. Blue floral pattern on handle. Unmarked.

Restoration to spout. Two small holes in base.

Staffordshire
c.1815
$325.00

 

26418

SUGAR, 5-1/4" high. Pearlware body. Decorated with blue spatter and a perky peafowl. The lid is missing. There are two chips and a small hairline crack to the neck collar.

Would make a nice shelf piece.

Spatterware

Staffordshire

c.1830
$95.00

 26449

 TEA BOWL & SAUCER. Teabowl 2 inches high, saucer 4 inches diameter. Showing a farmer with a white cow.

This pattern is known as Burnishing a Cow or Man Grooming a Cow. Transfer printed in brown with over enamels in yellow, brown and green. Hairline crack in bowl.

No Maker's mark. Cup with #7.

This decorative style is known as "Salopian" in the United States

 SALOPIAN
 c.1820

$195.00

 

26436

 DESSERT DISH, 10 inches long. A botanical painting of a plant with deep pink flowers. Titled on reverse in red script "Paplionaceaus geranium"

Hairline crack in lower point near stem

Unmarked

 DAVENPORT
 c.1815

 $145.00

 

 

23027

 TEA CUP, 2-1/2inches. Printed in black with a scene of mother and child after the work of Adam Buck.

Unmarked.

St ANTHONY'S POTTERY

NEWCASTLE
 c.1800

$65.00 

 24055

 SUGAR-BOX with lid. 5-1/2"high x 7" wide. Pearlware, Decorated with pink lustre and pattern of enamel rose and blue flowers. Crack to base.

Unmarked

 STAFFORDSHIRE  c.1820

 $115.00

 

40445

 TEA CANISTER , cylinder, 3-3/4 "high x 3" diameter. Decorated in the "BATAVIAN WARE" manner with a rich brown ground with 3 white reserves each printed in blue with a landscape featuring a bridge. On the shoulder the white band with blue design has 3 round medallions with landscapes. Unmarked.

*restoration to rim.

 LEEDS  1785-1790

 $375.00

 

 

40444

 TEA CANISTER . 5" high x 3-5/8"wide. Rectangular form with canted corners. White ground painted in blue on one side with hut under tree by flagpole, the other side with a figure wearing a feather head-dress (a Native American?) Unmarked.

*Chip to glaze at rim

 STAFFORDSHIRE

1780-1790 

 $375.00

 

40443

 
LARGE ROUND TEA CANISTER. 5"high , 4-1/4"diameter.

The body with wide ribs, decorated in blue with a gillyflower pattern. Unmarked

possibly BOVEY TRACY?

* area of chips and cracks to shoulder. 2 small chips to foot rim

 BRITISH

possibly BOVEY TRACEY

 1785-1800

 $375.00

 

 40476

 CREAM JUG, 4-3/4" high. Gaudy Staffordshire . London shape with lobed rim painted red-brown. High seven-shaped handle and gadrooned foot rim. Decorated with a painted pattern of stylized leaves and a single rose. Unmarked.  STAFFORDSHIRE  1815-1820

 $185.00

 

 40469

 TEAPOT, 6-1/4" high. Gaudy Staffordshire . Rectangular London shape with painted red-brown rim. High seven-shaped handle and gadrooned foot rim. Domed lid with flower finial. Decorated with a painted pattern of stylized leaves and a single rose. Unmarked.  STAFFORDSHIRE  1815-1820

 $375.00

 

 40471

 BOWL,3" high, 6-1/4" diameter. Gaudy Staffordshire . London shape with lobed rim, painted red-brown, and round foot. Decorated with a painted pattern of stylized leaves and a single rose. Unmarked.  STAFFORDSHIRE  1815-1820

 $175.00

 22422
 Oval dish and under tray , 12" long, with arcaded borders, moulded basketweave and transfer decoration in Olive green. Marked on base. *restoration to crack through arcaded rim of dish  WEDGWOOD

c.1830
$325.00

 24062

 Plate, 8-1/4"diameter. Printed design, brown rim, border with a foliate scroll design in brown, inner wide dark green band between two narrow brown lines.

Mark: impressed WEDGWOOD

 WEDGWOOD

 1790-1800
$150.00

 

40442 SOLD

 
PICKLE DISH, 4-1/2"long. Three leaf form with twig handle. Molded veins , accented with blue outline. Three peg feet. Unmarked

CHARMING EARLY PIECE, SOLD AS IS.
* Segment of leaf lobe reglued, chip under leaf tip, nibbles to leaf tips .
 STAFFORDSHIRE

 c.1790

SOLD
26494 SOLD

TEAPOT, 4-1/2 inches high, Pearlware body. Round form with high parapet collar, blue painted decoration. #24 impressed on base of handle. Unmarked.

Handle restuck, restored cracks and chips to parapet, minor chip and abrasions to spout tip

 LEEDS or YORKSHIRE
c.1803
SOLD

 

40442 SOLD

 
PICKLE DISH, 4-1/2"long. Three leaf form with twig handle. Molded veins , accented with blue outline. Three peg feet. Unmarked

CHARMING EARLY PIECE, SOLD AS IS.
* Segment of leaf lobe reglued, chip under leaf tip, nibbles to leaf tips .
 STAFFORDSHIRE

 c.1790

SOLD

 23905 SOLD

 LARGE PORTER MUG, 6" HIGH. Decorated with a broad band of brown enamel with a design of vertical ovals each centered with a stylized flower in yellow and white. No marks. Some kiln iron marks to inside of handle

 LEEDS or STAFFORDSHIRE
 c.1800-10

 SOLD

 

SOLD 24442

 VEGETABLE DISH/TUREEN, OVAL, 6 inches high,12 inches long. Pearlware with a small neo-classical border of leaves in blue & gold, Pattern #855 marked on reverse. The domed lid with large oval finial. Mark; Impressed capitals. *wear to sections of the border on dish rim.  WEDGWOOD

 c.1790
SOLD
SOLD 22777
PLATE, 9-3/4" diameter. Molded feather edge. Painted in underglaze blue with the "Chinese House" pattern. Unmarked

British

possibly Cambrian

Wales

c.1790
SOLD

SOLD 24074
 PLATE, diameter 8-1/4". Hand painted Rose design, #248. Impressed mark.
*hairline crack, 1-1/2" through rim.
 DAVENPORT  c.1795-1810  SOLD

 

  40474 SOLD

 TEA BOWL & SAUCER, bowl 2-1/2" high, saucer 5-1/2'" diameter. Gaudy Staffordshire . London shape with lobed rim painted red-brown. Decorated with a painted pattern of stylized leaves and a single rose. Unmarked.

*bowl; small crack

 STAFFORDSHIRE  1815-1820  SOLD

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