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Blue Transferware


An early 19th century pearlware platter, by Adams. Decorated with a view of Jedburgh Abbey, from the Bluebell Border series.

Dimensions: 17" x 13"

Circa 1820

Item No. BT0014


Price: £380

Large english pearlware jug,
"breaking cover".

circa 1820/30 £365


Item No. PW0001



Price: SOLD

A very rare Pearlware jug, attributed to the Cambrian pottery Swansea, decorated with the Arms of Cornwall. Includes the motto, "One and All. Fish, Tin and Copper."

This motto appears on the "St Michels Mount" mug. The reverse has an as yet unidentified naval battle, above the motto "Britannia rules the waves".

Size: 6.25 inches tall.

Item No. BT0005


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Price: POA  

A delightful blue printed pearlware cup plate, By Stevenson,decorated with a sheep.

3.75 inches in diameter.

Impressed Stevenson mark

Item No. P0007


Price: SOLD  

A very rare 19th century shipping platter. Produced for the Dundee & Perth shipping company, which laterly became the Dundee, Perth & London shipping company in 1826. Confusingly the steamship in the vignettes is the London. The  other vignette is the Coat of arms for London.

20" x 16.5 "Inches.

Item No. BT0004


Price: SOLD

A large and rare blue transfer printed wash bowl. Decorated with the "women with baskets " pattern. Produced by Dillwyn , Swansea.

circa 1830

Item No. PW0023



Price: £335
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English pearlware gin flask, "gathering firewood".

A wonderful feature is the "hands" of the demon escaping the bottle.

Itdem No. PW0024


Nivingston Antiques
Nivingston House
KY13 0LS
United Kingdom

07724 578396 or 01577 850 307


Price: SOLD  

A rare early 19th century pearlware plate, attributed to Caledonian Pottery, Glasgow. Decorated with a central medallion of King George presenting a bible to a kneeling child, with an associated text below.

10" diameter

Item No. BT0010



Price: SOLD  

A Rare Herculanium Pottery (Liverpool) blue printed tankard. Decorated with a view of Dumfries, from the cherub meddalion border series.

With printed cartouche for S Cooper, spirit vaults, Deansgate, Bolton.

Professional restoration.

Item No: BT0011

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Price: SOLD  

A large pearlware tankard. Decorated with eastern figures camping outside an idelic village. Marked "opaque china".

5 inches tall, 7.25 inches at it widest point.

circa 1820/30

Item No: BT0012


Price: £275
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