The Adams family had potteries in Staffordshire as early as 1650. At that date two brothers, William and Thomas had separate ventures in Burslem. Marks include W.Adams, W.Adams & Co, W Adams & Sons. Located in Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent. Manufacturer of earthen-wares, basalt, jasper, ironstone wares under various styles from 1769.

This wonderful ten-sided (decagon) ironstone flow blue transferware luncheon plate is the "Kyber" pattern, circa 1880 to early 1900's. The flow blue, aesthetic movement, Oriental transfer pattern includes people, pagodas, urns, flowers and foliage in the center with a wide border of alternating cartouches of a pattern similar to the central motif. The plate measures 9" across and is stamped with a pagoda & palm and "Kyber", "W Adams & Co - England", this mark was used from 1879-1910. There are no cracks, chips or repairs; near mint. There is also an additional 10" "Kyber" platter in my store.

ITEM ID
RL0005765
TYPE
Flow Blue, Ironstone, Transferware
COLOR
Blue, White
STYLE
Aesthetic Movement
ORIGIN
England • English
PURPOSE
Plates
ITEM TYPE
Antique

Brys Antiques

W Adams & Co Ironstone Flow Blue Transferware "Kyber" Pattern Ten Sided (Decagon) Luncheon Plate

$80

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