Robert J Riesberg Antiques Inc

Member of the Minnesota Antiques Dealers Association

“Historical blue” English Staffordshire has long been a favorite to collectors and designers for its romantic beauty and tonal varieties. All are decorated in the transfer method, stacked on trivets in the kiln, and fired at high temperatures. The countryside views inspire one to think, “I wish I lived there”. Try mounting these on the wall in groups, use as table top decoration, or fill your favorite open topped country cupboard. You will find that blue and white is always right!

Acquire the group of five for $325 or your choice for $65 each.

English historical blue Staffordshire, early 1800s. Marked verso: Bamborough Castle, Northumberland. Warranted Adams, Staffordshire.

D. 10.25″ h. 1″.

English historical blue Staffordshire, early 1800s.

Marked verso: London Views, Phillip’s Chapel, Regent Street. Impressed “Wood”.

D. 10.25″, h. 1″.

English historical blue Staffordshire, early 1800s.

Marked verso: Dilton Tower, Northumberland. By Adams.

D. 10.25″, h. 1″.

English historical blue Staffordshire, early 1800s. A very desirable dark blue. Some surface dullness.

Marked verso: Rue DeLaPort Romaine, A Andernach, 35. D. 10.25″, h. 1″.

 

English historical blue Staffordshire, early 1800s.

Marked “3”.

D. 10.25″, h.1″.