Presenting a green Wedgwood transferware handleless cup and shallow bowl saucer with the pattern name of "Landscape". The impressed mark of Wedgwood is on both the cup and saucer but the saucer mark is the more easily read. Pattern was identified in the Petra Williams book "Staffordshire II", pages 211 and 212. This cup and saucer's pattern is pictured on the lower right on page 212. The Landscape pattern is described as having a distinctive border of large open cabbage roses set against a stippled ground. The interior pattern shows a boating scene with a castle in the background, a boater and people sitting along the bank fishing. Some minor rim damage on the bottom of the cup and some stains on saucer bottom. The glaze is very thick with a good velvety feel to it. The saucer measures slightly more than 6" across and the cup stands 2 1/2" tall and 4" across. Circa 1870-1880.
Item ID: POT-02087
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