19th Century English Staffordshire Transferware Pottery
Antique Staffordshire Transfer Blue Soup Tureen Ladle -"Hospitality" ...
Antique Historical Staffordshire Transferware Blue Plate- "View On The Road...
Staffordshire Transferware dark blue Gravy Tureen c.1825 Andrew Stevenson ...
Historical Staffordshire Transferware Dark Blue Dinner Plate- 'Cupid ...
Staffordshire Transferware blue 12 1/2 inch circular tray- Davenport- ...
Historical Staffordshire Transferware Dark Blue Large Platter-'Birds and ...
Historical Staffordshire Transferware Platter- 'The Gleaners'-c. 1824- ...
Antique Staffordshire Transferware Blue Tray by HULME "Vas Florum" C. ...
Antique Blue Staffordshire Transferware Soup Ladle 'Russian Palace' c. ...
Antique Rare Root Dish Staffordshire Transferware -Impressed Rogers- Circa ...
Historical Staffordshire Transferware 'Wilkie' Plate- 'The Valentine' -...
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Our Service PledgeI treat my customers the same way I would like to be treated - respectfully and with good humor. All orders are appreciated, packed with care and swiftly shipped. Repeat customers are a pleasure - and my greatest asset!
About UsDora Landey has been dealing in blue and white Staffordshire transferware pottery since 1991. For years before that she had been a collector, and still is. She and her pottery have been featured in articles in Good Housekeeping, House Beautiful, Country Living, and Victoria magazines. Her personal collection can be seen in "Romantic Staffordshire" published by Schiffer Books, and she currently exhibits at shows in the Northeast, including Wilton CT, Brimfield MA, and Farmington, CT.
Her passions run more for the rural scenes of gentrified and country life than for the American historical. She also loves animals, florals, chinoisserie, geometrics and some of the wonderful British historical houses. She has done her best to stock her shop with the finest that is available. If you are looking for something that is not listed, please e-mail or call her with your specific requests. She loves talking with people about blue, and is always eager to find new patterns or the solutions to transferware mysteries, such as the unknown makers of familiar patterns and the sources of the patterns themselves.
In the meantime, please browse among the treasures that are catalogued. If you love blue and white transferware, spending twenty minutes here will reward you a hundred times over.