SOLD! for $768.00.
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Grouping of seventeen (17) Blue and White Historical Staffordshire and Spode transfer printed plates and bowls, most with scalloped rims. 1st-8th items: Eight (8) Staffordshire Clews Death of the Bear pattern dinner plate from the Indian Sporting Series, depicting an elephant with several passengers, a figure with a spear on horseback, and hunting dogs surrounding a bear. Vignettes animals to border. 9th item: Spode Sarcophagi & Sepulchres at the Head of the Harbour at Cacamo pattern dinner plate from the Caramanian Series depicting an engraving from Luigi Mayer's book "Views in the Ottoman Empire, chiefly in Caramania", surrounded by scenes of people and animals to the border. 10th item: Staffordshire John Hall dinner plate from the Quadrupeds Series depicting four vignettes of animals surrounding a central medallion with a lion and a cow. 11th item: Staffordshire Stratford Upon Avon Warwickshire pattern lunch plate depicting a river scene with the Holy Trinity Church in the background surrounded by floral sprays to the border. 12th-13th items: Staffordshire John Rogers & Sons lunch plate and soup bowl depicting a pastoral landscape scenes, surrounded by floral sprays to the border. 14th item: Spode Bridge of Lucano pattern soup bowl depicting a pastoral landscape scene with a bridge and a castle, surrounded by foliate sprays to the border. 15th item: Staffordshire Adams soup bowl depicting a pastoral scene of cows, surrounded by floral sprays to the border. 16th item: Staffordshire Davenport soup bowl depicting pagodas surrounded by moths, flowers, clouds, and other Chinoiserie decorations to border. 17th item: Staffordshire Riley's Semi China lunch plate depicting an outdoor Indian landscape scene surrounded by a basket weave and reticulated border. Maker's marks stamped or handwritten underside of bases. Ranging in size from 7/8" H x 8 1/2" dia. to 1 3/4" H x 10 1/2" dia. All items early 19th century. Note: Ex-collection of Karlton Kemp, Texarkana, AK, old collection labels with additional ink inscriptions on the bases. CONDITION: Overall good condition with crazing, surface scratches, and firing flaws. 1st-8th items: Few chips, largest 1/2". 9th item: 1/4" chip to rim. 11th item: 1" x 1/2" area of damage underside of base with 1/2" chip to rim. 4 3/4" hairline to surface. 12th-13th items: 1/8" chip underside of soup bowl. 17th item: Chips, largest 3/8" to rim.