Pair Brown Transferware / Polychrome Plates Ca. 1880s
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Pair Brown Transferware / Polychrome Plates Ca. 1880s:
This is one of several listings that I have for English Aesthetic Movement transferware this week, and will continue to list many other pieces over the next several weeks / months.
Manufactured by Sampson Hancock, a Staffordshire Pottery in England, with the mark dating the manufacture sometime between 1858 and 1890, most likely 1870s-1880s. In the pattern, "Norman", this pair of Victorian brown transferware plates feature a playful mix of flowers throughout which have been tinted with yellow, deep orange and blue glazes.
With light crazing consistent with pieces of this age, they measure approximately 9-1/2" and both plates are in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or understand that shipping costs can be a bit daunting these days! Just so you know, I don't add to the shipping price what it costs me for any cartons and packing material to assure your piece(s) are well packed to arrive safely to you. I have added two shipping options for you to chose from (USPS Priority which is usually a 2-3 days arrival time to you after shipment and USPS Ground, which will take a longer amount of time to arrive but oftentimes costs less.)
I am very happy to combine pieces for significantly reduced shipping costs. If you are the winning buyer on multiple pieces, please wait to send payment until I have packed the pieces and sent an invoice.
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