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Transferware14 of 148Antique Wedgwood Beatrice Brown Aesthetic Transferware 12" Platter Circa 1880Staffordshire transferware plates
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    Posted 3 years ago

    VtgCat
    (21 items)

    Respectful old Teapot with great shape. Not sure if this is transferware as most have cleaner lines and this has more of a watercolor look to the brown pattern. Maker mark on bottom hard to make out! It’s a fun unique piece!

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    1. Dizzydave Dizzydave, 3 years ago
      Not Transferware, CHALLINOR PELEW FLOW Mulberry. Nice!!
    2. VtgCat VtgCat, 3 years ago
      Thx dizzy dave
    3. SpiritBear, 3 years ago
      Well, it began as transferware, with metallic salts added to bleed the ink. Just to clarify....
      1840s-1850s?

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