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Floral Central Motifs

Unless stated otherwise, all vessels shown are plates.

H & S Bakery (18BC32)
Feature 23 Barrel Privy
Early 19th century



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

(Household of Francis Whittington, upper middle class family)

Brown printed pearlware saucer - click image to see larger view. Brown printed pearlware saucer - click image to see larger view. Pearlware London shape handled cup reverse printed underglaze in dark blue. Field dots decorative device forms background behind flowers.  4” rim diameter, 2.5” vessel height.    Pearlware London shape handled cup reverse printed underglaze in dark blue. Field dots decorative device forms background behind flowers.  4” rim diameter, 2.5” vessel height.

Brown printed pearlware saucer.

Pearlware London shape handled cup reverse printed underglaze in dark blue. Field dots
decorative device forms background behind flowers.  4” rim diameter, 2.5” vessel height.
(Both sides shown here)

 


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

(Household of Francis Whittington, upper middle class family)


Pearlware knife rest printed underglaze in medium blue in floral pattern. Dimensions: 3.75” x 1.75.”

London shape cup

 

London shape cup.

Pearlware knife rest printed underglaze
in medium blue in floral pattern.
Dimensions: 3.75” x 1.75.”

Pearlware saucer reverse printed underglaze in dark blue. Field dots decorative device forms background behind flowers.  Impressed Clews mark and triangle on reverse. James and Ralph Clews (1814-1834), Cobridge.  Transferware Collectors Club names this pattern Basket. 5.5” rim diameter, 1.0” vessel height.     Pearlware saucer reverse printed underglaze in dark blue. Field dots decorative device forms background behind flowers.  Impressed Clews mark and triangle on reverse. James and Ralph Clews (1814-1834), Cobridge.  Transferware Collectors Club names this pattern Basket. 5.5” rim diameter, 1.0” vessel height.     Pearlware saucer reverse printed underglaze in dark blue. Field dots decorative device forms background behind flowers.  Impressed Clews mark and triangle on reverse. James and Ralph Clews (1814-1834), Cobridge.  Transferware Collectors Club names this pattern Basket. 5.5” rim diameter, 1.0” vessel height.

Pearlware saucer reverse printed underglaze in dark blue. Field dots decorative device forms background behind flowers.
  Impressed Clews mark and triangle on reverse. James and Ralph Clews (1814-1834), Cobridge.
  5.5” rim diameter, 1.0” vessel height. Complete example shown on right from private collection.

Transferware Collectors Club names this pattern Basket.


Bull's Head Tavern (18BC139)
Feature 9 Privy
c. 1800-1850



Polychrome printed plate,
probaby Enoch Wood & Sons.

Common shape cup

Light blue floral printed plate with non-
continuous repeating floral border.

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