A very rare circa 1811-1826 Transferware Teacup or Bowl made by Societe Ceramique. The pattern is called “Orphans”, a deep cobalt blue 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.
A beautiful decorative tea bowl, from a time when tea was precious, and tea cups came without handles. Fantastic pearlware glaze, this 200 year old cup is a treasure to add to your collection of antique French and English country transfer ware from the 19th century. Age appropriate wear to the bottom foot as shown.
- Measures 3-3/8″ x 2″h.