Tag Archives: transferware

Hope & Carter

I have seen several examples of pieces of a child’s tea set in an aesthetic collage pattern made by Hope & Carter. The majority of this pattern that I have seen are unmarked but I have seen a few that … Continue reading

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Pardon me, sir, there’s something in your mustache…

There you are, sitting at your favorite bar, sipping a delightfully cool and refreshing fruit smash.  You notice the bartender is looking at you a little strangely.  Then he leans over and whispers “Pardon me, sir, there’s something in your mustache.”  … Continue reading

Posted in aesthetic, bar, barware, Elsmore Staffordshire, moustache, mustache, mustache cup, mustache guard, mustache julep strainer, mustache protector, mustache spoon, mustache strainer, Oriental Pattern, transferware | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

The Little Blue Sugar and Creamer

These came into my possession recently. Okay, another souvenir from Plymouth, or so I thought.  But wait; not so fast.  Again, in trying to do research on this pair, they were not to be found.  It’s as if these are the … Continue reading

Posted in A. S. Burbank, Alfred Stevens Burbank, blue souvenir china, Brownfield & Son, Canopy, child tea set, children toy tea set, Clark's Island, Massachusetts, Mayflower, Pilgrim, Plymouth Rock, souvenir china, William Brownfield | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

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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It’s All In The Handle

The unmarked brown  transferware pitcher on the top shelf was a mystery that I always intended to solve.  For the most part, I knew the potter and pattern of all the others pieces on these shelves… But this hexagonal sided … Continue reading

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