SOLD! for $279.00.
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Group of 19th century English ceramics. 1st item: "War of 1812" Staffordshire or creamware transferware pitcher depicting Captain Hull of the US Constitution and Captain Jones of the British Macedonian. 6 1/2" H. 2nd item: Staffordshire Orangemen commemorative jug with colored transfer decoration showing King William III, Prince of Orange on horseback beneath the handle, a cartouche containing masonic motifs and zodiac names with banners reading "Protestant Ascendancy, Holiness to the Lord". 7" H. 3rd item: Ironstone cup and saucer with interior transfer printed black and white scene, base of saucer marked "Real Ironstone". Cup measures 2 3/4" H. Saucer measures 5 3/4" dia. 4th – 5th items: Two (2) creamware cups with blue dotted rims. 2 3/8" H. 6th – 9th items: Four Staffordshire transferprinted plates, including one with scene from Uncle Tom's Cabin, one with "Gentlemen's Cabin" scene, and two depicting the East Indiaman sailing vessel. Items range in size from 8 1/4" dia. to 9" dia., all 19th century. Provenance: Forest Heights, Knoxville, TN collection. CONDITION: 1st item: Old restoration to upper rim and spout. Hairline cracks and wear to transfer decoration. 2nd item: Overall crazing. Spider hairlines to base, miinute chips to spout. 3rd item: Chips to spout of cup, staining. Staining and hairline cracks to saucer. 4th – 5th items: Old repair with hairline cracks to one cup. 6th – 9th items: Staining to Uncle Tom plate. Two larger sailing themed plates with chips to rim.