Category Archives: Staffordshire pottery

Trenton Aesthetics

Looking at the following photo, you might think that these plates with aesthetic patterns were manufactured by Staffordshire potters. The cartouche and scroll designs as well as bamboo, birds and flowers all point to the Aesthetic Period in Great Britain … Continue reading

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Some Doulton All-Over Transfer Printed Sheet Patterns

I found it very interesting that on four of my Doulton bowls there were seven different all-over transfer printed sheet patterns.  You can see three of these patterns here on the inside of the bowls: And there were four completely different patterns on the … Continue reading

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