SOLD! for $510.00.
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Grouping of Staffordshire transfer porcelain including red, purple, green, and brown. Total 25 pieces. 1st set – Red transfer Staffordshire grouping including two covered sugar bowls (one marked Adams), a large lobed footed bowl marked Belzoni, large circular bowl, large octagonal platter marked Florentine, scalloped platter marked Lake George US, three small bowls, a plate marked Abbey Ruins, and a scalloped edge "Peace on Earth" plate marked Millenium. 2nd set – grouping of purple transfer Staffordshire including a large scalloped edge platter marked Clews, three smaller plates with one marked Battle Monument Baltimore Jacksons Warranted, one Roselle J. Meir & Son, and one marked Royal Stretches. Also includes three smaller cup plates, one marked Hawthorn Blossom and one handle-less cup. 3rd set – grouping of green and brown Staffordshire transfer. Includes a green scalloped edge platter, two brown transfer plates (one marked Palestine, other Wedgewood), and a green scalloped edge bowl. Dimensions for the entire set – smallest saucer 4-3/8"D, largest platter 17-5/8" x 14-5/8", smallest cup 3-5/8"D, largest sugar bowl 6-1/8"H. 19th century. Provenance: The estate of King E. and Julia R. Stockton, Tulsa, OK. Condition: 1st set – covered sugars with chips to rim – one with repaired floral finial, lobed Belzoni bowl with repaired crack and chips to underside base, circular bowl with scattered staining, Florentine platter with couple of hairlines to rim edge, Lake George platter with crack extending half length and large chip to edge, one small bowl with glued crack extending through bowl and another bowl with nick to rim, Abbey Ruins plate with chip to rim and small spider hairline underside, Millenium plate overall very good condition. 2nd set – Clews platter old hairine at rim on underside, Battle Monument Baltimore plate very good condition and other two in good condition, two cup plates having small spider hairline underside, and handle-less cup with chip to inside rim. 3rd set – platter overall very good condition, Wedgewood plate with chips to rim, small scalloped edge bowl with light staining.