Ironstone Dish in Blue Denmark Pattern by Furnival from 1882 (dated)
The Blue Denmark pattern is one of a related group of patterns that were fashionable in the mid to late 1800s and then remained popular for the next 100 years. Related patterns include the Blue Onion, Blue Danube, Zwielbelmuster, and Blue Copenhagen. The Blue Onion pattern is the oldest of the genre and its origin has been traced back to Meissen and about 1727 as a adaptation of an Chinese porcelain late Ming dynasty (Wan-li) aster motif. The Blue Denmark pattern is a simplification of the Blue Onion pattern and as this dish illustrates, the Blue Denmark is very appealing for its simplicity and conservative motifs. This dish or coverless tureen will display well as a center piece on table, fireplace mantle or on an upper shelf of a hutch. If placed at chest level, the ribs and blue printed pattern catch ones eye and with stone fruit, flowers or green foliage, the dish creates a very pleasing decorative accent. And so whether you collect blue and white ironstone, Chinese export wares, or other antiques from the mid to late 1800s, this dish will blend in with them all and can be filled with seasonal trappings, fruit, cookies or flowers. Thanks for visiting and do come back again soon when you have more time. And as always, this dish also comes with my Docs Antiques `no fault' satisfaction guarantee or you may return it using my return policy for a refund (see below for full details).
SIZE: This tureen measures a maximum 12 1/2 inches long (handle to handle) and it stands 3 inches tall along the rim or 3 5/8 inches at each handle. The maximum width of the dish is 8 inches across at the rim in the middle. The dish sits on an oval base that measures 6 5/8 by 4 7/8 inches. The dish is perfect size for displaying on a table, mantle or shelf and can be filled with fruit, flowers, seasonal treats or potpourri.
CONDITION: Both ironstone dishes is in very good condition and have no major chips, cracks, hairlines, star cracks, major scratches, repairs or restorations. The only declarations to mention that keeps them from being as perfect as the day they were removed from a Staffordshire kiln some 128 years ago are two tiny interior cover ledge frits or very small chips and a few very small brown iron spots or droplets mainly inside the bowl and along the handles (see all photos). All are very minor and most are not readily noticeable (please see all photos). The glaze is shiny and bright and has no crazing. A better double handled 128 year old antique ironstone dish would be hard to find today without paying a lot more than offered here.
SHIPPING: All mainland US buyers pay just $12.80 for well packed, insured USPS Standard Post shipping (this is an estimated savings of about $1 to $3 since insurance is also INCLUDED in the above quoted amount for all mainland US addresses). See also the Priority shipping option if you need the dish delivered more quickly. If you purchase both dishes, the second dish will be included for no additional shipping costs under Doc's special Combine shipping discount when sent to the same address. Docs Antiques never charges more than it actually costs to ship the item to you and we will refund any excess should you live near us. All international buyers will pay only the exact shipping costs for all verifiable locations outside the continental US mainland. Please note that import duties, taxes and other charges are not included in the item price or shipping costs and these additional charges are the Buyer's responsibility. We do offer a petition for VAT relief on the behalf of the buyer which may help reduce certain import taxes should your country allow such petitions for items over 100 years old. Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to purchasing this item -- thanks.
RETURN POLICY: Satisfaction and peace of mind are guaranteed for all Docs Antiques listings -- please refer directly to our Service Pledge and our Return Policy for full details. And this means that if you are unhappy with your purchase, you may return this dish undamaged by sending it back post marked within seven days of receipt for a refund minus shipping (see terms of sale for full details). Items damaged during shipping are covered by insurance and while this rarely happens because we double box, we will gladly help you file your claim should it ever be necessary (to date, we have had only two claims for damage from shipping in over 7 years). Of course, never send an item back that was damaged by shipping since that will void the original insurance. Instead, contact us for help and we will gladly assist.
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Item ID: RL348.a967
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