Wedgwood Queensware Mulberry Transferware Serving Bowl

This dazzling piece of antique Wedgwood pottery dates to the late 1800's or early 1900's and is from their Queensware line. It is decorated with a purple or Mulberry transfer pattern of a bouquet of flowers with flowers and insects flitting around the rim. The rim also has a raised basket weave design. The back ground is a rich and creamy color, one might even call it Ivory. Just wonderful!.

The back of this piece is marked "Gillman Collamore & Co, Fifth Avenue & 30th St, New York" Which would have been the shop that was selling this item one assumes. Beneath this it is marked "Wedgwood, Etruruia England, Importe D Angleterre"

This stunning oval serving bowl has no chips, nicks or cracks but there is some all over light crazing. It measures 10" long, 8 1/4" wide and 2" tall.

Item ID: We-Mu-Bowl

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