Pair of early 19th Century Red Transferware Dishes



English red transferware set of dishes dating from the early 19th century. While the two are matching pair: they are different in shape but their identical pattern, color, and style make them a wonderful set! Both have a red transfer print of a landscape scene on a tan earthenware background showing two travelers resting in a forest outside a village. The shaped dish has the mark of the Davenport Pottery manufactory on the back.


Dm 8 7/8 in. x H 0.5 in.


Shaped dish

L 9 in. x W 6.5 in. at widest point x H 1.5 in.


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Davenport Pottery was a leading English earthenware and porcelain manufacturer based in Longport, Staffordshire, England. In 1785, John Davenport began as a potter working with Thomas Wolfe of Stoke. In 1794, he acquired his own pottery at Longport and began producing cream-colored blue-printed earthenware. By September 1806 the quality of his porcelain and pottery wares was such that the Prince of Wales, later to become King George IV, ordered services from Davenport.

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