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Early Antique Black Transferware Cup and Saucer Orphans

Early Antique Black Transferware Cup and Saucer Orphans Early Antique Black Transferware Cup and Saucer Orphans Early Antique Black Transferware Cup and Saucer Orphans Early Antique Black Transferware Cup and Saucer Orphans
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A very rare circa 1811-1826 Transferware Cup & Saucer made by Societe Ceramique. The pattern is called "Orphans", a deep ink black transfer design that features two young girls standing in a floral garden in front of a church.  Inside the cup, amid the floral garlands and lacy patterns, is a center scene of the same bucolic village church.

What a beautiful decorative cup and saucer, from a time when tea was precious, and tea cups came without handles. There is a gap in the transfer on the plate as shown, not unusual in early transferware.  There are two chips on the foot rim of the cup. What a treasure to add to your collection of antique French and English country transfer ware from the 19th century.

  • Measures-cup: 3-1/2" x 2-1/2"h;saucer 5-1/2".

 

$260.00
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