Two English Blue Willow Pattern Dishes ca. 1810Two English Blue Willow Pattern Dishes ca. 1810Two English Blue Willow Pattern Dishes ca. 1810Two English Blue Willow Pattern Dishes ca. 1810Two English Blue Willow Pattern Dishes ca. 1810Two English Blue Willow Pattern Dishes ca. 1810Two English Blue Willow Pattern Dishes ca. 1810Two English Blue Willow Pattern Dishes ca. 1810

These English porcelain dishes have a "royal flute" shape where the ribbing has alternating widths. The design is a blue willow or "Nanking" transfer pattern with gilt "clobbering" (where gilding is applied as an enhancement, without regard for the underlying pattern).

Although willow type patterns were used by numerous factories, I believe this may be Miles Mason or Grainger.

Painted blue "241" pattern number on both.

No maker's marks, probably English ca. 1810

Size: Diameters 7 ¼" and 8 3/8", 1 ½" deep

Condition: Very good. Gilt wear, particularly on edges. Larger has a light crow's foot on bottom

Note that I try to be conservative about condition descriptions, carefully noting any flaws. Of course, with antique items, there will be some signs of usage, and/or manufacturing defects. But overall, my customers have always been pleasantly surprised upon receiving their items, and of course, returns are no problem if I happen to miss anything.

ITEM ID
6643
TYPE
Staffordshire, Transferware
ORIGIN
England • English
PURPOSE
Bowls, Dishes
ITEM TYPE
Antique

Two English Blue Willow Pattern Dishes ca. 1810

$112

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