English Staffordshire Transferware Paisley Serving Dish Scott Brothers 19th CenturyEnglish Staffordshire Transferware Paisley Serving Dish Scott Brothers 19th CenturyEnglish Staffordshire Transferware Paisley Serving Dish Scott Brothers 19th CenturyEnglish Staffordshire Transferware Paisley Serving Dish Scott Brothers 19th CenturyEnglish Staffordshire Transferware Paisley Serving Dish Scott Brothers 19th CenturyEnglish Staffordshire Transferware Paisley Serving Dish Scott Brothers 19th CenturyEnglish Staffordshire Transferware Paisley Serving Dish Scott Brothers 19th Century

A very decorative handled rectangular serving dish with a paisley transfer design by Scott Brothers of Southwick in Sunderland England. It was produced between 1838 and 1854 because of the impressed mark.

The paisley pattern with botanic references is a brown and mustard color. The dish is heavy and was molded. The ends have matching molded floral handles. It has a shallow foot and a glazed base. On the base center is an impressed maker’s that reads SCOTT BROTHERS.

MEASUREMENTS

11 ½” (29.2 cm) long x 7 ½” (19.0 cm) wide x 1 3/4” (4.4 cm) tall. Weighs 1 lb 7.9 oz (680 g)

CONDITION

One handle has a tiny chip and shows the dark clay body. There is wear to the surface, mainly in the central well. There are a few tiny glaze chips and kiln flaws, such as small bumps and a glaze miss on one spot of the edge of the rim. The glaze is still glossy.

A great dish to use or for your collection. I just love the rich paisley pattern.

ITEM ID
Pot-2857
STYLE
Anglo Indian, Victorian
COLOR
Brown, Yellow
TYPE
Ceramics, Transferware
ORIGIN
Staffordshire • Staffordshire
PURPOSE
Serving Pieces
ITEM TYPE
Antique

English Staffordshire Transferware Paisley Serving Dish Scott Brothers 19th Century

$165

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