Offering this flow blue plate from Burslem England in the Staffordshire area known as Stoke-on-Trent. The pattern is Astoria and it bears a mark of Wood & Son that was the forerunner of New Wharf Pottery that dates the piece between 1891 & 1907. New Wharf Pottery was in operation between 1878 to 1894. Although the mark is of Wood & Son the name in the ribbon is New Wharf Pottery. Wood & Sons operated between 1865 & 2005. The plate measures 9" across and is in pristine condition...
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From Staffordshire England comes this rare Transferware Teapot by Myott in the pattern The Brook. c1970's. It measures 7" high including the lid by 9" across including the handle and spout. It is in perfect condition. Base is shown in my photo but the word "ENGLAND" is in the mold on the base but cannot be seen from the photo. See all the many other great listings I have for your consideration and check out my testimonials of what past customers have said about me.