Staffordshire Pottery | Plate | The Landing of General Lafayette at Castle Garden New York 16 August 1824 | From a unique collection of antique and modern pottery at http://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/dining-entertaining/pottery/  This plate represents a very early example of souvenir ware. Potters in Staffordshire and elsewhere were to produce pottery pieces to acknowledge The Reform Act of 1832 and other key events.

Staffordshire Pottery | Plate | The Landing of General Lafayette at Castle Garden New York 16 August 1824 | From a unique collection of antique and modern pottery at http://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/dining-entertaining/pottery/ This plate represents a very early example of souvenir ware. Potters in Staffordshire and elsewhere were to produce pottery pieces to acknowledge The Reform Act of 1832 and other key events.

OnlineGalleries.com - Staffordshire Pottery | Plate | The Landing of General Lafayette at Castle Garden New York 16 August 1824

OnlineGalleries.com - Staffordshire Pottery | Plate | The Landing of General Lafayette at Castle Garden New York 16 August 1824

This lovely blue and white transferware plate dates to about 1825. It is 6 inches in diameter and has an edge nick at about the 9:00 position,

c.1825 Staffordshire Blue English Transferware Plate - Italian

This lovely blue and white transferware plate dates to about 1825. It is 6 inches in diameter and has an edge nick at about the 9:00 position,

Ceramic Under-glaze Hand-painted Plum Flower Plate

Ceramic Under-glaze Hand-painted Plum Flower Plate

Dinnerware Type: Dishes & PlatesBrand Name: Made in ChinaQuantity: CeramicFeature: Eco-FriendlyFeature: StockedCeramic Type: PorcelainCertificati

Old English Staffordshire Jonroth England by TeaTimeVintageShop

Old English Staffordshire Mount Vernon Blue and White Jonroth England Souvenir Plate Transferware

Old English Staffordshire Jonroth England by TeaTimeVintageShop

Only occasionally do you find English Staffordshire transferware in the form of an oyster plate. The pattern of this lovely oyster plate is called

Antique Transferware Oyster Plate: Marguerite by Royal Staffordshire Pottery, Burslem, England

Only occasionally do you find English Staffordshire transferware in the form of an oyster plate. The pattern of this lovely oyster plate is called

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