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washington standing at his tomb scroll in hand

Washington Standing at His Tomb Coffee Pot »

Circa 1820s: Standing 11" tall, this dark blue historical Staffordshire coffee pot produced by the English firm Enoch Wood & Sons for the American market depicts the posthumous scene of Washington Standing at His Tomb, Scroll in Hand.

For Sale: $3,950

antique historical staffordshire blue and white platter boston state house

State House Boston Historical Staffordshire Platter »

Circa 1822-1835: Manufactured for the American market by English ceramicist Jospeh Stubbs, this dark blue serving platter depicts an urban yet pastoral landscape of the Boston State House and neighboring buildings with cattle lounging in the foreground and a few people, including one on horseback and one with a dog, strolling the avenue.

For Sale: $1,850

Early Antique Staffordshire Earthworm Decorated Multi-colored Mochaware Bowl: Large, Rare For Sale

Antique Mochaware Earthworm Pearlware Bowl »

Circa 1840-1860: This mochaware footed bowl's whopping 11' diameter makes it a rare find.

For Sale: $1,495

19th century antique american redware with yellow script decoration name plate edwin

Yellow Slip Decorated Redware Loaf Dish »

Circa 1850-1880: Boldly decorating redware with confident brush strokes of yellow slip was a great tradtion that has left us with some charming examples of early American names, such as this example of Edwin painted on a loaf dish.

For Sale: $1,250

Historical Staffordshire American Scene Philadelphia Library JW Ridgway

Erith on the Thames Historical Staffordshire Platter »

Circa 1818-1846: This 12 7/8" x 10" dark blue platter depicts one of the early 19th century English tourist attrractions.

For Sale: $950

Historical Staffordshire American Scene Philadelphia Library JW Ridgway

The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad (Level) 10" Historical Staffordshire Plate »

Circa 1825-1828: One of the most desirable scenes in today's market is the B & O Railroad plate with the level view.

For Sale: $950

5 Gallon Beaver County PA Ovoid Stoneware Jar

5 Gallon Beaver County PA Ovoid Stoneware Jar »

Circa 1850s: Beaver County stoneware was made to last, and this five gallon semi-ovoid cream jar with floral decoration is a testament to the longevity of the county's pottery production. Weighing in at a stout 21 pounds, this jar stands 14" tall and is just over 12" wide from ear to ear.

For Sale: $850

Historical StaffordshirePottery Platter Oxford Views Ridgway Blue and White 19th Century Ceramics

Historical Staffordshire Platter: Wadham College »

Circa 1835: This large historical Staffordshire platter of Wadham College is from Ridgway's Oxford Views series.

For Sale: $795

Ohio Antique Blue Decorated Stoneware Churn For Sale

4 Gallon Blue Decorated Ohio Stoneware Churn »

Circa Mid 19th Century: This particular churn form, color, and clay type are typical of stoneware produced in Muskingum County in the east central part of the Buckeye State.

For Sale: $750

historical staffordshire teacup and saucer commodore macdonnoughs victory war of 1812

Commodore MacDonnough's Victory Teacup and Saucer »

Circa 1820s: In order to promote commerce between England and America after the War of 1812, potters in Britain began to manufacture transferware with American views and patriotic American slogans to export to the United States.

For Sale: $650

1820s Canaryware 19th Century Ceramics Lustre Transfer Scene For Sale

Miniature Canaryware Mug: A Recruiting Party »

Circa 1820s: This rare early 19th century canary yellow miniature child's mug is a mere 1 7/8" H x 1 5/8" D, not including its handle.

For Sale: $650

antique historical staffordshire the landing of general lafayette New York 1824

Lafayette's Landing at Castle Garden Waste Bowl »

Circa 1820s: General Marquise de Lafayette's 1824-1825 tour of the United States was wildly popular among the American people, and the last surviving French general to fight in America's Revolutionary War was greeted enthusiastically along his route.

For Sale: $550

1820s Canaryware 19th Century Ceramics Lustre Transfer Scene For Sale

Early 19th Century Canary Tankard Handled Mug with Hand Painted Floral Decoration »

Circa 1820s:This hefty canary yellow tankard, a giant in its day, stands nearly 5" tall and is the size of a modern coffee mug.

For Sale: $550

Hudson River Valley Historical Staffordshire

Park Theatre, New York | Historical Staffordshire »

Circa 1825-1832: Dark blue Historical Staffordshire ten inch dinner plate with acorn border from Stevenson and Williams.

For Sale: $550

Beauties of America Library Philadelphia J and W Ridgeway 8 Dark Blue Historical Staffordshire Plate For Sale

J. & W. Ridgway "Beauties of America" Series »

Circa 1820s-1830s: This example from the Beauties of America series features Ridgway's floral border and is in excellent condition.

For Sale: $495

Historical Staffordshire American Scenes Fairmount Near Philadelphia

Historical Staffordshire America Scens: Fairmont Near Philidelphia »

Circa 1820s: This Stubbs plate features a couple overlooking the water.

For Sale: $450

1820s Canaryware 19th Century Ceramics Lustre Transfer Scene For Sale

Make Hay While The Sun Shines Canary Lustre Motto Mu »

Circa 1820s: This maxim mug features a scene of three busy farmers piling hay on an ox drawn wagon on a beautiful summer day.

For Sale: $425

1820s Canaryware 19th Century Ceramics Lustre Transfer Scene For Sale

19th Century Canary Ware Cup and Saucer set with Brown Lustre Farming Scene »

Circa 1820s: Measuring 2 9/16" tall, this canary yellow coffee can pictures two farmers sowing a field with an ox drawn plow.

For Sale: $375

1820s Canaryware 19th Century Ceramics Lustre Transfer Scene For Sale

Canary Lustre Ware Cup with Pastoral Music Related Transfer Decoration »

Circa 1820s: This unusal transfer scene shows a pair of gentlemen relaxing in the pastoral countryside.

For Sale: $350

Happy Heidi Vintage Fiestaware Pottery for Sale all old colors complete collection

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