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STAFFORDSHIRE AMERICAN VIEW TRANSFER-PRINTED CERAMIC

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STAFFORDSHIRE AMERICAN VIEW TRANSFER-PRINTED CERAMIC TEA ARTICLES, LOT OF TWO, comprising a sugar bowl and a saucer, each featuring Wadsworth Tower overlooking a lake with sailboat and figures in foreground, shell border. Saucer impressed "STEVENSON", cover having impressed "2" to underside. Andrew Stevenson, Cobridge, England. 1816-1830. 6 7/8" HOA.
Sugar mostly undamaged with flake to interior gallery; saucer with chip and hairline to rim and light radial hairline that does not appear to go through to front.
Literature: The Armans - Historical Staffordshire, An Illustrated Check-List, p. 151, pl. #411; Laidacker - Anglo-American China, Part I, p. 36, S22 (not illustrated).
Provenance: From the collection of Nick Routson, Phoenix, AZ.Sugar from William R. and Teresa F. Kurau, Lampeter, PA.
Catalogue Note: According to Mr. Routson, this a very rare piece by this maker.
Condition
Sugar mostly undamaged with flake to interior gallery; saucer with chip and hairline to rim and light radial hairline that does not appear to go through to front.
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STAFFORDSHIRE AMERICAN VIEW TRANSFER-PRINTED CERAMIC

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May 22
Starting Price $100
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0285: STAFFORDSHIRE AMERICAN VIEW TRANSFER-PRINTED CERAMIC

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Est. $200 - $300Starting Price $100
The Routson Americana Collection - Part 1
Sat, May 22, 2021 09:00 AM
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Lot 0285 Details

Description
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STAFFORDSHIRE AMERICAN VIEW TRANSFER-PRINTED CERAMIC TEA ARTICLES, LOT OF TWO, comprising a sugar bowl and a saucer, each featuring Wadsworth Tower overlooking a lake with sailboat and figures in foreground, shell border. Saucer impressed "STEVENSON", cover having impressed "2" to underside. Andrew Stevenson, Cobridge, England. 1816-1830. 6 7/8" HOA.
Sugar mostly undamaged with flake to interior gallery; saucer with chip and hairline to rim and light radial hairline that does not appear to go through to front.
Literature: The Armans - Historical Staffordshire, An Illustrated Check-List, p. 151, pl. #411; Laidacker - Anglo-American China, Part I, p. 36, S22 (not illustrated).
Provenance: From the collection of Nick Routson, Phoenix, AZ.Sugar from William R. and Teresa F. Kurau, Lampeter, PA.
Catalogue Note: According to Mr. Routson, this a very rare piece by this maker.
Condition
...
Sugar mostly undamaged with flake to interior gallery; saucer with chip and hairline to rim and light radial hairline that does not appear to go through to front.

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