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Various porcelain plates including Staffordshire and ironstone bowls, a Ridgeway comport with painted flowers, and other meat plates.

Six matching early Staffordshire dinner plates. Blue & white old rose pattern, earthenware c 1820s. one with hairline crack to rim. Provenance: Australian collector. Diameter 25 cm (each)

A Staffordshire Myott dinner service for twelve, 1930s Chelsea bird red pattern, discontinued mid 1950s, comprising a one hundred and thirty eight pieces, including dinner, entree, and side plates, sweet and soup bowls, ice cream and other small bowls, cof

Part Crown Staffordshire teaset with floral decoration comprising of 5 cups, 6 saucers, 5 plates, cake plate, sugar and creamer

A set of six George III old Staffordshire Transferware plates, circa 1820s, in the style of E G Phillips, the shaped plates with moulded acorn and oak leaf rims with light blue transfer designs of exotic oriental pagodas, pavilions and lush gardens within

A blue and white transfer printed chinoiserie Staffordshire meat dish, English 19th century, 50 x 39 cm

Early 19th century Staffordshire blue & white bowl, 26.7 cm wide, as inspected

Early Staffordshire blue & white supper dish, transfer ware, c.1820, decorated with folly & lake scene

Staffordshire blue & white pearlware plate transfer printed 'Rabbits', c.1825

A Staffordshire polychrome painted hen lidded dish and cover, English, 19th century. approx. 18 cm high, 20 cm wide

A Staffordshire polychrome painted hen lidded dish and cover, English, 19th century. approx. 23 cm high, 25 cm long, 17 cm wide

A Staffordshire polychrome painted hen lidded dish and cover, English, 19th century. approx. 18 cm high, 20 cm wide

'Hobart Town' Circa 1825 Staffordshire earthenware plate with blue & white transfer pattern. (After) George William Evans who originally published the image as a frontispiece to his book on the colony in 1822. Earliest known depiction of Australia on porce

A pair of poodles carrying baskets, and a dish, 19th to 20th century, in the Staffordshire style with granulated porcelain heads and upper bodies, smooth lower bodies and granulated tails, each carrying baskets in their mouths with remnant gilt; and a meta

Two antique Staffordshire porcelain plates, each approx 21 cm diameter (2)

A Leeds plate with blue and white transfer, the centre painted with a Chinese landscape within a border of flowers. The second plate is an early nineteenth century Staffordshire, with figures in an English landscape, circa 1820

Antique Staffordshire porcelain desert service, decorated with a green background, floral bouquets with shaped and gilt borders, consisting of twenty four plates, four comports, six two-handled dishes and a lidded tureen on stand (35)

A comport set of Staffordshire porcelain, English, 19th century, comprising two comports and six plates together with a similar tall comport

Royal Doulton 'Home Waters' charger with Staffordshire cake plate/stand both a/f and a selection of English teaware items

A Staffordshire blue and white meat plate, circa 1840. Bridge pattern within a leaf and flower border. 37 cm high, 48 cm wide.

Pair of Staffordshire plates with purple flowers, circa 1830s. Thomas Gillies Interiors July 2001 (2)

Staffordshire transfer printed pickle dishes early 19th century, approx 15 cm wide and long

Six Staffordshire antique plates Geneva pattern, and a serving platter

Five antique Staffordshire transfer printed plates by Barker & Son, pattern 'Royal Cottage', circa 1840

A pair of pink Staffordshire dessert plates, circa 1820s, with moulded scroll and foliage designs to the rims, both with loosely arranged vibrant floral bouquets of roses, daisy and morning glory centrally; unmarked. Diameter 23 cm

A Staffordshire plate. Deep blue with fruit raised gilt and painted Rosella. Pattern number 5424.

Staffordshire earthenware Cruciform dish, c. 1825 transfer printed in blue and white underglaze, impressed marks 'Adams'. Length 25 cm

A pair of Kent, Staffordshire, floral-decorated earthenware serving dishes, 1910s, of serpentine elliptical outline, the centres each decorated with poppies on the ivory ground, printed mark to the undersides, width 29 cm. Depth 23 cm

An early 19th century Staffordshire lustre dish with transfer decoration of a waterwheel scene. Diameter 12 cm

Staffordshire Pearlware soup bowl approx diameter 25 cm. C:1830

Staffordshire blue and white transferware side plate approx diameter 16 cm

Staffordshire blue transfer ware zebra bowl by Rogers, impressed mark to base. C:1820

Victorian Staffordshire transfer decorated water pitcher and bowl, decorated with water lillies in pink, green and yellow (2). Bowl diameter 35 cm, jug height 31 cm

An English Staffordshire blue and white plate, circa 1785, possibly early Spode, the cabbage rim plate decorated to the interior with a image of Japanese pagoda set in a garden. Diameter 24 cm

A pair of Staffordshire plates, each with a painted cartouche of birds within a beige edge and a moulded border. Diameter 30 cm

Two Wedgwood majolica green plates, with leaf decoration. Together with a Staffordshire majolica green leaf shaped plate, circa 1860.

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