Wood & Challinor Blue Transfer-ware "Patras" Pattern Ironstone Plate

Wood & Challinor, Brownhills Pottery, 1828-1841, Woodland Pottery, 1828-1843, Tunstall, Staffordshire. The pattern name is "Patras" taken from the name of the Gulf of Patras in Greece.

The blue and white transfer consists of a central garden scene with winding steps leading to a large gazebo with trees, buildings and statuary in the background. People are shown in the foreground and climbing the steps. Around the wide rim are three cartouches containing scenes, surrounded and separated by a mosaic background, scrolls and garlands.

The regular dodecagon-shaped plate measures 8 1/4" across. The back-stamp reads "Ironstone - Patras - W & CH". There are no cracks, chips or repairs; minor utensil marks. Great piece of early blue transfer-ware.

Item ID: RL0002290

$70 USD

Add to Wish List

3 other shoppers have this item in their Cart or Wish List. Don't miss out!

Brys Antiques


Ronald Bry, Oregon, IL   

SERIOUS OFFERS will always be considered. LAY-A-WAY plan is available.

Ruby Lane Shop Rating
Platinum Rating Platinum
Exclusive Ruby Lane Member since 2003

Great Selection and Reasonable Prices creates a pleasant shopping experience.

Shipping/Handling:To Be Determined
Insurance:$3.10 USD

Price for shipping to USA change location


Estimate shipping to a different location: