English ironstone and earthenware
Early cheese keeper, probably 1880s England. Unmarked except for a pattern number 330. Dark blue with gold outlined ivy leaves.
The bottom is 9 by 7 1/4. About 5 1/4 inches tall with the lid.
Condition: Well used. The top is great. The tray has stained crazing and 2 chips. Still it displays beautifully.
John Meir & Son Staffordshire England ironstone 1891-1897. Charming cottage scenery mulberry transferware. The cup is waisted and has a scalloped rim.
Saucer is 5 7/8, the cup is 3 7/8 across and 2 1/2 inches high. 8 ounces capacity.
Condition: No damage except for the ink on the rim. I couldn't clean it off.
American historic series from "The Rowland & Marsellus Co Staffordshire England." Circa 1900.
A wonderful tribute to the Mohawk in transferware English Ironstone and just a real pretty plate.
Condition: Discoloration from its survival of gas lights, coalstoves, and oil lamps. No cracks or chips.
Two men in a boat fishing. Very dark flow blue earthenware 12 sided 7 1/2 inch salad plate. Well potted shape, not heavy at all and it has an impressive glassy clear glaze.
Joseph Heath "Tonquin" pattern. Circa 1845-1853. Staffordshire, England.
Condition: Light use. No chips cracks or crazing.
Interesting bluish pearl lustre glaze on polychrome transfer. Same decoration front and back. A very large 4 1/2 inches high and 7 inches across the handles.
English registration mark for March 1857. And it says Elsmore & Forster below it.
Condition: Good condition, it is just very old, and we do not have the lid.
10 1/2 inch rim soup bowl, 1 1/2 inch high and fairly heavy. Deep blue sprays of poppies with brushed gold rim on antique English ironstone.
Marked "Hollinshead & Kirkham Loraine" and I think number 5598. This piece would be 1870s or 1880s at the latest.
Condition: Not great. It has crazing and the beginnings of a crack on the rim. In spite of that it's just so pretty I couldn't pass it up.
6 1/4 inches. Pretty blue & white pattern around the bowl and feathered handle. Bluish glaze like Staffordshire pearlware.
Condition: No damage.
Brown Westhead & Moore, Longton, England. "Entwined Ribbon" pattern big warming plate. English registration date September 25, 1868.
10 1/4 across. About 2 inches deep. Weighs almost 3 pounds.
Condition: It has crazing, still very pretty.
Mid 19th century Staffordshire English Ironstone transferware. Unusual carved high foot and pretty blue make this a special piece.
8 ounce cup. Almost 3 inches high, 3 3/4 across.
Condition: Tight crack as shown.