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Dishy News - A Transferware Blog: TRANSFERWARE SHEET OR ALL OVER OR CHINTZ PATTERNS

The patterns on these pretty jugs are known as sheet patterns.

Dishy News - A Transferware Blog: TRANSFERWARE SHEET OR ALL OVER OR CHINTZ PATTERNS

Purple printed sheet pattern jug with added color, ca. the molded face on the spout According to The Dictionary of Blue an.

Dishy News - A Transferware Blog: TRANSFERWARE SHEET OR ALL OVER OR CHINTZ PATTERNS

Purple printed sheet pattern jug with added color, ca. the molded face on the spout According to The Dictionary of Blue an.

There are 25 items from the Shipping Series in the online exhibit "British Printed Pottery & Porcelain 1750-1900." Take a look; http://printedbritishpotteryandporcelain.com/what-did-they-make/series-types/shipping-series-maker-unknown

Shipping Series plate, c.

STAFFORDSHIRE BLUE TRANSFERWARE COVERED PUNCH POT / JUG, Pattern:  GENEVESE

Vintage 1970'S Mickey Mouse Walt Disney Producttions Plastic Light Switch Cover

Butter box: Decoration – Ancient Modern, A blog by Thomas Jayne and the Jayne Design Studio

Here is another example of FORM=RARITY, a Landing of La Fayette at Castle Harbor SOAP DISH with pierced insert. It measures about 3 inches tall,

Blue English Transferware Ironstone Lidded Jar Canister for Sugar Flour Coffee Tea Pastoral Horse and Bridge Scene - Kitchen Decor - Bathroom Decor

Blue English Transferware Ironstone Lidded Jar Canister for Sugar Flour Coffee Tea Pastoral Horse and Bridge Scene - Kitchen Decor - Bathroom Decor

Transferware display!

Blue and Multi!

An earthenware child's teapot 5 inches by 3.24 inches, printed with patterns inspired by two Thomas Bewick prints of a Squirrel and a Ferret. Maker is unknown, but it appears to date fairly early, c.1810-20. See http://printedbritishpotteryandporcelain.com/ For more Animal motif transferware. Search “Animals.”

An earthenware child's teapot 5 inches by 3.24 inches, printed with patterns inspired by two Thomas Bewick prints of a Squirrel and a Ferret. Maker is unknown, but it appears to date fairly early, c.1810-20. See http://printedbritishpotteryandporcelain.com/ For more Animal motif transferware. Search “Animals.”

Sauce tureen, 7.75 by 4.75 inches and 6.5 inches high including the lid. Ramnugur was a small town on the Ganges, the site of the palace of the Rajah of Benares.  For more information about transferware, see www.transcollectorsclub.org.

Sauce tureen, 7.75 by 4.75 inches and 6.5 inches high including the lid. Ramnugur was a small town on the Ganges, the site of the palace of the Rajah of Benares. For more information about transferware, see www.transcollectorsclub.org.

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