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1885-90 Ridgways Pottery "DADO" Stoke On Trent /England

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    Posted 13 days ago

    Truthisana…
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    Don't really know that much about these. They are very old. They exist. Haven't found too many out there.
    Any info associated here would be appreciated...Thank you

    Mystery Solved

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    1. Gillian, 13 days ago
      https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1885-90-Ridgways-Pottery-Stoke-On-Trent-England-6-SOUP-PLATES-9-1-2-DADO/142762714353?hash=item213d5224f1:g:iMkAAOSw5IFa19fL:rk:9:pf:0

      There are quite a few pieces of your DADO transferware out there. I just typed in the title of your post and found many examples. Not the teapot and sugar 'bowl' you have though, not yet anyway. I'm not sure what the function is of the rectangular casket shaped piece. Could be it's for lemon slices, or to empty the tea strainer in, is it part of the set?
    2. Truthisanarrow08 Truthisanarrow08, 13 days ago
      Hey Thank you Gillian, Vinyl, Fort, and Spirit Bear. Yes I have found typical plate ware with these. Havent found many of the larger pieces. It probably is part of a set. All I have are these 4 pc's. Recently found them at a sale........Thank you all again
    3. maryh1956 maryh1956, 6 days ago
      The rectangular dish is unrelated to this set, you are missing the sugar bowl. If you go to thepotteries.org, you can get more info on Ridgways and the registration number will tell you when the pattern was first produced
    4. truthordare truthordare, 6 days ago
      WOW! What a find. I think the 3 pieces, the tray, the pot and the lidded bowl (sugar) are part of a breakfast set, missing the creamer and the cup,the covered dish might be for butter or other use we are no longer familiar with. I think this is sweet.
    5. Truthisanarrow08 Truthisanarrow08, 5 days ago
      Thank you Mary, Truth....
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