Antique 1846 Staffordshire Blue and White Transferware Tureen and Lid

Beautiful Antique 1846 Staffordshire Blue and White Transferware Tureen and Lid, made by George Phillips of Longport, Staffordshire, England. A beauty, this was made on November 5th, 1846, as shown by the back stamp dates. The tureen is 8 sided, a rarer shape to find in the early ironstone transfer ware serving pieces. The design is a lovely country scene with a grand home surrounded by a river and flower gardens.

In good antique condition for its age, there is what appears to be an old ‘fill’ on the rim, it’s that small darker spot on the photo of the server opened.  It doesn’t show when the lid is in place. Pieces just like this are part of well known museum collections around the world, here in the states The Met has quite a few pieces from this pottery in this color and pattern. A delight to add to your collection of unique serving pieces in blue and white.

  • Measures 9-1/8″ x 9-1/8″ x 6″h.
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