Staffordshire Brown Transfer Plate ~ Devonshire ~ Rooster ~ Fish 1885Staffordshire Brown Transfer Plate ~ Devonshire ~ Rooster ~ Fish 1885Staffordshire Brown Transfer Plate ~ Devonshire ~ Rooster ~ Fish 1885Staffordshire Brown Transfer Plate ~ Devonshire ~ Rooster ~ Fish 1885Staffordshire Brown Transfer Plate ~ Devonshire ~ Rooster ~ Fish 1885Staffordshire Brown Transfer Plate ~ Devonshire ~ Rooster ~ Fish 1885Staffordshire Brown Transfer Plate ~ Devonshire ~ Rooster ~ Fish 1885Staffordshire Brown Transfer Plate ~ Devonshire ~ Rooster ~ Fish 1885Staffordshire Brown Transfer Plate ~ Devonshire ~ Rooster ~ Fish 1885

AESTHETIC BROWN TRANSFERWARE PLATE

DEVONSHIRE PATTERN

Ridgways Potteries

Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire England

c. 1885

This Victorian aesthetic 9 1/4 " plate is transfer printed in dark brown. The pattern is very crisp and clear and features a fancy pin wheel flower border around a completely covered well with oversized Daisy type flowers and three magnificent cartouches. One with a proud Cock watching the sun rise beneath the cherry branch, another with a Bird chasing an Insect, and the last is of Ocean Shells and Sea Corral with two large unusual Fish.

The piece is marked on the underside the pattern name and trademark that identifies the maker as Ridgways, a pottery maker working in Stoke upon Trent in the Staffordshire region of England during the 19th century.

The plate is in great condition.

ITEM ID
AMT3076
TYPE
Pottery, Transferware, Staffordshire
PURPOSE
Plates
ITEM TYPE
Antique
ORIGIN
Staffordshire • Staffordshire
COLOR
Brown

Staffordshire Brown Transfer Plate ~ Devonshire ~ Rooster ~ Fish 1885

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