AESTHETIC TRANSFERWARE TEA POT STAND

BALTIMORE PATTERN

Old Hall Potteries, formely Charles Meigh and Sons

Hanley, Staffordshire England

c. 1880

This Victorian aesthetic 6 1/2 " tea pot stand is transfer printed in lovely dark orange or brick red, a rarely seen color. The clear and crisp BALTIMORE pattern features exotic thorny branches of quince flowers cascading into the well where two exquisite cartouches are displayed. One of a bridge over a river at sunrise with birds in flight overhead, a Christopher Dresser influence. The other of a three masted sailing vessel with an outrageous sky in the background and waves cresting in the foreground. The pattern displays the victorian eras love of nature and travel to exotic lands.

Condition is EXCELLENT, clean shiny and bright and displays beautifully. No chips, no cracks, no hairlines and no repairs.

ITEM ID
AMT612
TYPE
Pottery, Transferware
ITEM TYPE
Antique

Aesthetic Movement Transferware

Aesthetic Transferware Tea Stand 1880

$150 SALE


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