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Transferware Historical Dark Blue Staffordshire
Erie Canal Series, Aqueduct Bridge at Little Falls
Enoch Wood & Sons
View of The Aqueduct Bridge at Little Falls, 1823 - SOLD


Transferware Historical Dark Blue Staffordshire
Erie Canal Series, Aqueduct Bridge at Little Falls
Enoch Wood & Sons
View of The Aqueduct Bridge at Little Falls, 1823, entire view

See Larsen, American Historical Views on Staffordshire China, pp. 24 & 25, plates 42 & 43. (Height: 10”, fine original condition, beautiful deep blue)

1290-1 - SOLD




Staffordshire Transferware, Historical Dark Blue,
Ship of the Line in the Downs
Wood and Sons [unmarked] Square Bowl,
circa 1830-1835
Wide Shell Border, Inverted Corners - SOLD


Staffordshire Transferware, Historical Dark Blue,
Ship of the Line in the Downs
Wood and Sons [unmarked] Square Bowl, 
circa 1830-1835
Wide Shell Border, Inverted Corners, entire view

A Ship of the Line in the Downs, the ship flying an American flag, shell border A historical blue Staffordshire bowl printed in dark underglaze-blue in the center with a ship flying the American flag above a banderole inscribed “A SHIP OF THE LINE IN THE DOWNS” within a wide shell border, and on the exterior with four marine scenes reserved on a shell-patterned ground. See Larsen,American Historical Views on Staffordshire China, page 21 and Laidacker I, page 48, number WS15. [Cancelled as a Staffordshire, American Historical…because the view is English; the downs were in England, the American flag was placed on English views; this is according to Dr. Christopher Colles, in Old China, Volume I, plate 73.] (3.25" x 8.75" x 9")

1290-3 - SOLD




Staffordshire Transferware, Historical Dark Blue,
Wadsworth Tower, Coffeepot & Cover
Likely Enoch Wood & Sons,
circa 1818-1840 [Shell border)
View of Montevideo or Wadsworth’s Tower
built by Daniel Wadsworth in 1810
atop Talcott Mountain in Avon, Connecticut. - SOLD


Staffordshire Transferware, Historical Dark Blue, 
Wadsworth Tower, Coffeepot & Cover
Likely Enoch Wood & Sons, 
circa 1818-1840, entire view

From the top of the tower a fine view of the Connecticut River Valley was seen; the tower which stood at 55-feet was blown down in 1840
(Fine original condition; 10.5”)

1290-2 - SOLD




Fisherman’s Hut Transferware Dinner Plate Unknown American maker, circa 1825 – 1835 - SOLD


Fisherman’s Hut Transferware Dinner Plate Unknown American maker, circa 1825 – 1835, entire view

Made in the United States for export to Britain, the dark blue pattern of this plate displays the supposed joys of country living. A fisherman and his family stand outside their hut, the baby embracing the fruits of his father’s trade. Two boats float on the water behind them, while a country residence and tower form a background on the far bank. A floral border with an urn encircles the scene. See text from: A.W. Coysh and R.K. Henrywood, The Dictionary of Blue and White Printed Pottery, 1780 – 1880 Volume I (1982), p. 138
(Diameter: 10”)

110-831 - SOLD




Staffordshire, Historical Transfer Printed Plate, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad
Enoch Wood and Sons (1819 to 1846) Circa 1828, Dark Blue - SOLD


Staffordshire, Historical Transfer Printed Plate, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad
Enoch Wood and Sons (1819 to 1846) Circa 1828, Dark Blue, entire view

Impressed mark; E Wood and Sons Burslem, Warranted, centering eagle, Semi-China, also transfer mark. See: Jeffrey B. Snyder; Historical Staffordshire: American Patriots and Views (Two minor and small rim chips, else fine; 9.25")

274-171 - SOLD




Transferware, Historical Blue, Texian Campaign Series, Platter, 17 Inch
Battle of Resaca de la Palma
English, Staffordshire, 19th Century
Transfer printed in medium blue
Underside titled Texian / Campaigne within cartouche marked J.B. (James Beech) - SOLD


Transferware, Historical Blue, Texian Campaign Series, Platter, 17 Inch
Battle of Resaca de la Palma
English, Staffordshire, 19th Century, entire view

The series was introduced by James Beech about 1837 to 1840 commemorating the Texas Revolution (1835 to 1836) or first Texian Campaigne, when Texas achieved its independence. (As depicted, some minor and scattered glaze wear limited to edges.)

1114-11 - SOLD




Staffordshire Pitcher, Ship Alciope, Newbury Port, Massachusetts
Ambrose H. White, Master, 1832
Black transfer depicting ship flying American flag above panoply of flags and cannon; under the spout, hand painted: Ship Alciope of Newbury Port, USA, Ambrose H. White, Master 1832 - SOLD


Staffordshire Pitcher, Ship Alciope, Newbury Port, Massachusetts
Ambrose H. White, Master, 1832, entire view

Capt. White was born in Marblehead, Massachusetts on December 17, 1800, and commenced his sea life at the young age of 13. At the age of 21 he was supercargo; at 23-years of age he was master, a position held for 30 years, 12 of those years were in Batavia and China trade. In 1824 he established residence in Newburyport and became a Calcutta merchant until his death. Captain White, a man of character, integrity and strong religious convictions commanded ships Virginia, Potomac, Ashtabula, Argonaut, Ashburton, Alciope, Franchise and Moses Brown; he died June 3, 1881in Boston. (Ambrose H. White married Harriet Spalding April 20th 1834) Ships Ledger book of letters, 1828 to 1834, is in the collection of The Marine Society of Newburyport Massachusetts.
(H: 8")

562-46 - SOLD





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