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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

 

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.

 

Transferware meeting

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

 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

 

 40476SOLD

 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

 SOLD

 

 40469SOLD

 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.

Transferware meeting

 STAFFORDSHIRE  1815-1820

 SOLD

 

 40471SOLD

 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

  SOLD

 

23730 SOLD

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
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
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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