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British & American Central Motifs

Unless stated otherwise, all vessels shown are plates


American View

Federal Reserve
(18BC27)
Feature 30


Ruth Saloon (18BC79)
Feature 5 - Privy, c. 1829-1837

(Household of Francis Whittington, upper middle class family)



Atheneum Boston

Maker's Mark

Pearlware plate printed underglaze with American scene
and continuous repeating floral border. 6.25" rim diameter.
Beauties of America series, Atheneum Boston,
John and William Ridgway, Hanley 1814 - c.1830

 


Pearlware soup plate printed underglaze in dark blue.  Continuous repeating floral rim motif.  This vessel is unmarked, but marked vessels with this pattern have shown pattern to be “American Villa” by Bourne, Baker & Bourne (1813-1833), Fenton, Staffordshire. 10” ” rim diameter.


Pearlware soup plate reverse printed underglaze in dark blue.
  Continuous repeating floral rim motif. - see Border Designs.
This vessel is unmarked, but marked vessels with this pattern
have shown pattern to be “American Villa” by Bourne,
Baker & Bourne (1813-1833), Fenton, Staffordshire.
10” ” rim diameter.

 

British View

Ruth Saloon (18BC79)
Feature 5 - Privy, c. 1829-1837

(Household of Francis Whittington, upper middle class family)


Pearlware small plate  printed underglaze in dark blue.  The continuous repeating floral border, which features camellia and daisy type flowers, is reverse printed.  Printed mark  “Views in Glengyle” from Select Scenery Series.  Impressed James and Ralph Clews (1818-1834) mark. 6.5” rim diameter, .75” vessel height.    Pearlware small plate  printed underglaze in dark blue.  The continuous repeating floral border, which features camellia and daisy type flowers, is reverse printed.  Printed mark  “Views in Glengyle” from Select Scenery Series.  Impressed James and Ralph Clews (1818-1834) mark. 6.5” rim diameter, .75” vessel height. White refined earthenware small plate printed underglaze in medium blue in the Castle and Bridge pattern (Coysh and Henrywood 1982:73).  This pattern may represent a view of St. Albans Abbey, Hertfordshire and has been found with the marks of Henshall, Williamson & Co. Henshall & Co. (1790 – 1828), Longport.  This vessel is unmarked. 6.50” rim diameter.
Pearlware small plate  printed underglaze in dark blue.  The
continuous repeating floral border (see Border Designs), which
features camellia and daisy type flowers, is reverse printed.
Printed mark  “Views in Glengyle” from Select Scenery Series.
Impressed James and Ralph Clews (1818-1834) mark.
6.5” rim diameter, .75” vessel height.

White refined earthenware small plate printed underglaze in
medium blue in the Castle and Bridge pattern (Coysh and
Henrywood 1982:73). This pattern may represent a view of St.
Albans Abbey, Hertfordshire and has been found with the marks of Henshall, Williamson & Co. Henshall & Co. (1790 – 1828), Longport.  This vessel is unmarked. 6.50” rim diameter.

 


Saucer

Cannon Hall Yorkshire Plate on left, with a closeup in the middle,
and Maker' Mark on right.

John & Richard Riley, Burslem 1802 - 1828.

 

Wadsworth Tower, Enoch Wood & Sons, Burslem 1818-1846
Impressed Maker's Mark. Border is a Continuous Repeating
Other pattern - see Border Designs.
    Painting of the City of Liverpool that the plate image was copied from.  Center of an actual plate with the City of Edinburgh.
City of Liverpool plate shown on left, followed with Maker's Mark from back. This plate was missmarked by the Pottery Manufacturer -
the scene shown on the plate is actually of Liverpool, not Edinburgh, as marked. The painting of Liverpool shown here is what was
used to make the plate. The far right image is the center of an actual Edinburgh City plate that is correctly marked. This plate
has a continuous repeating floral border motif (see Border Designs)
, and a gadroon molded rim.
Edinburgh British Cities, Celtic China, Possibly Enoch Wood & Sons, Burslem 1818-1846 Maker's Mark.

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