This delightful transferware bowl was produced in Staffordshire, England during the early 19th century, circa 1830. This stunning little dish will work perfectly with your existing naive folk art collection; it is just SOOOO pretty.
The interior features a delicious plum or mulberry color transfer printed scene of a garden with a child and her pet spaniel. The exterior features a transfer printed sheet pattern with a wonderful mix of flowers and foliage. Our favorite feature of this bowl is the scalloped outer rim and highly unusual and decorative molded pedestal foot with classical style details.
Measuring: At widest point 7” (18 cm). Height 3 1/8” (8 cm).
Condition: The item is in very good condition for its vast age. There are a few minor patches of wear to the glaze around the top rim. There is a small firing fault to the exterior of the base and a small 2/8” chip to the foot rim. Please note the items shown in the final image are not included in the sale.
This is a desirable item in a rare pattern; we have not seen another in this design. This item will display excellently in any home.
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