The Brownfield Wisconsin pattern is seen here on a round plate. A single large cartouche -- showing sailboat on the water in the foreground and a windmill and small building on the shore in the distance -- dominates the center of this pattern. A wreath of worm tracks surrounds this central view, and four different floral medallions accent the wreath, further framing the center view. Two narrow geometrical patterns and another wreath of worm tracks comprise the outside border. The name "Wisconsin" would suggest the American state; and sailboats would certainly be found there on their many lakes. The Brownfield & Sons ad in the "Pottery Gazette 1884" featured the Wisconsin pattern on a plain jug shape. IT IS RARE TO FIND VINTAGE AND ANTIQUE earthenware IN "LIKE NEW" CONDITION BECAUSE OF WEAR FROM USE AND AGE. TINY GLAZE FLAKES AND CRAZING IF PRESENT IS NORMAL AND ADDS CHARACTER TO EACH PIECE.
Backstamp: two globes Brownfield & Son in banner and Wisconsin in banner
Measures: 9 ½”
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