Aafa Child's Staffordshire Transferware Hackwood Monastery Hill 1830 No Reserve For Sale4 Pieces of Child's Dishes by Hackwood, ca 1830
This collection consists of 3 graduated plates and a square bowl, all miniatures. They were part of a child's dinner set and were made in England by Hackwood, sometime between 1827-1843. The pattern is "Monastery Hill", showing a tall straight building in the back, a house at the right, and a man and a cow in the foreground. A border of flowers and leaves rim the pieces.
The bowl is 2 1/2" square, 1/2" deep. The plates are 2 1/2", 3" and 3 1/2" in diameter. They have the impressed mark "C&H Late Hackwood" on the back. The two smaller plates and the bowl are in excellent condition with some surface crazing. The largest plate has a hairline and a crack (picture 8). Charming early pieces!
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