Tag Archives: Floris Ligna

Floris Ligna

Floris Ligna…. what does that mean?  The best I can decipher, the translation from Latin to English is “Floral Timber”.  What?  Yes, there are flowers and trees incorporated in this transfer print design, but there is so much more. There’s … Continue reading

Posted in aesthetic, British Anchor, British registration mark, child tea set, children toy tea set, English transferware, Floris Ligna, Pratt & Simpson, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , | 3 Comments

19th Century Transferware and Complementary Silver Plated Flat Ware

The transferware patterns of the the late 19th Century were many and varied.  A good number had an aesthetic theme, including naturalesque landscapes, Japanese motifs, quilted collages, simple rectangle or scrolled cartouches with varied architectural elements.  The potters produced a decorative earthenware … Continue reading

Posted in A F & Co., aesthetic, Alvin Mfg, asymetrical collage, Breton, Brownhills Pottery, Burgess & Leigh, Burroughs & Mountford, Conn. S. P. Co., Elsmore & Forster, Essex, Etsy, flatware, Floris Ligna, Foley, Garfield, Hill Pottery, Hizen, holmes & edwards, Hope & Carter, L. Boardman, Moss Fibre, Narcissus, Oxford Silver Plate, Oxford Silver Plate Co, Pairpoint, Parisian Granite Ironstone, queenofsienna, rialto, Rogers & Bro., Rustic, silverplate, Simpson Hall Miller, transferware, Trenton Potteries, Uncategorized, waldo, WaldoHE, Wallis Gimson, Willets, Willets Pottery | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments