~BLACK AND WHITE CHINOISERIE TRANSFERWARE IRONSTONE SOUP/STEW BOWL
~ NAPIER IMPERIAL STONE
Offering a Stunning Early English Black and White Chinoiserie Transferware Soup Bowl, Napier Pattern by John Ridgway 1830-1841
Decorated with a black transfer of a detailed Oriental scene. This elegant piece has a scalloped edge featuring geometric lines on the rim. Their are 4 chinese scenes that drip into the bowl of the soup plate that consists of alternating floral sprays and pagodas. The name of the pattern derives from the Scottish family of Napier who were descended from John Napier (1550-1617) who invented logarithms. alternating with lattice of flower buds. The central transfer shows a woman, a young boy and a servant holding a parasol as they stand on a platform watching a small boat approach while in the distance there is another boat, buildings, willow trees, etc. It is signed on the bottom "Napier Imperial Stone" which is a mark used by both J. Alcock and . Ridgways, ca. 1830/1840.
CONDITION: Excellent for a piece of this age, NO CHIPS, CRACKS, CRAZING, HAIRLINES OR DAMAGE
MEASURES: 9 3/4" - 9 7/8" wide x 1" deep
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