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Here is an antique vegetable bowl from the 1840's. This is part of a series of several listings for the same pattern under 2 hallmarks. This was made in Staffordshire, England by Joseph Clementson.

I ship worldwide please convo with a shipping rate to your province or country.

Here is some information about Joseph Clementson and the pattern that is from the Transferware Collector's Club:

Makers and Marks:
Joseph Clementson
J. C.
1838 - 1864
Shelton, Hanley
Staffordshire

The reverse side bears an armorial printed mark with the title Antique Vases (along with the initials J.C.) and the words 'Opaque China' -- which probably refers to the clay body -- as well as an impressed mark. This Clementson pattern includes many different center medallions (with varying vases) on different size pieces. Here the center medallion features a large Greek vase on the left and two smaller ones on the right.
Williams WeberI1978 p.59 illustrate another view in this pattern on a sauce boat, and state that it is marked with a coat of arms. In WilliamsWeberII1986 p.510, they inidicate that the mark included the initials J.C., as seen here.
Coysh Henrywood1982 p.24 document this pattern and maker. In their 1989 volume, p.15, the authors explain the probable inspiration for this pattern -- the Greek vases sold to the British Museum by diplomat and archaeologist Sir William Hamilton, which greatly influenced British art and architecture at the time.

The piece has the hallmark Antique Vases Opaque Pearl by Joseph Clementson. I also sold some pieces in the same pattern with Rowe & Williams Poughkeepsie,NY on them and James Ely O Wego, which is Owego NY.
Both merchants were in business in the 1840's.The merchants would order the dishes from England and the factories would put the merchants name on them.

Measures:
9 & 1/4" X 6 & 3/4"

This one is in very good condition. There is some crazing,a bit of staining and a curved 3" crack(that doesn't go up to the edge) on the upper right side. The 5th photo shows the lovely bluwe and white trim that goes all around the side. Please zoom in to inspect.

I have other matching dishes listed in my Dishes section: http://www.etsy.com/shop/AuntSuesVintage?section_id=6326102
and in my Tea Time section:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/AuntSuesVintage?section_id=6326118

Please convo with any questions.
Shipping includes a tracking number and insurance to the Continental US. This weighs just over 1lb. I will recalculate the shipping to your zip code as I set my shipping rates to California as I am in NY. I have it listed to send by parcel post. If you'd like priority shipping please let me know.

I ship worldwide please convo with a shipping rate to your province or country.

Antique 1840's Transferware Vegetable Bowl Blue And White Staffordshire ,Antique Vases, Joseph Clementson

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Materials: porcelain, transfer
  • Feedback: 1450 reviews
  • Only ships within United States.
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