An Early Blue and White Plate in the "Buffalo" or "Boy on Buffalo Pattern". This plate exhibits the light blue tint to the glaze typical of very early transferwares. This pattern was copied from the Chinese by several early transferware producers including Spode in the late 18th Century. It is marked with an impressed letter R and three conjoined circles. It measures approximately 9 and 7/8 inches in diameter and is in excellent condition for its age. Circa 1790.
An Early Blue and White Transferware Plate in the Boy on Buffalo Pattern