An exquisite late 19th Century Staffordshire Earthenware Oval Serving Dish with the “American Marine” Transfer pattern produced by GL Ashworth & Bros. c1861-1890. The Ashworth Factory manufactured earthenware and ironstone at Hanley from 1861 to 1968 then after being renamed to Mason’s Ironstone China Ltd.
The dish features a four cartouche rim with a rope border, within each cartouche there are pictures of sailing ships and steamships on the water. The center design consists of a large sailing ship in a harbour with smaller boats in the foreground. The bowl has crisp clear detailed transfer decorations. This plate design was discontinued in 1890.
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MEASURES: 8 7/8" long x 7 1/4" wide x 1" deep
CONDITION: Excellent for its age, NO CHIPS, NO CRACKS, NO HAIRLINES, NO DAMAGE, DOES HAVE VERY LIGHT YELLOWING FROM AGE ON THE CREAM SECTION, I DON'T SEE ANY CRAZING ~ A TRUE TREASURE
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