4 Antique Staffordshire Aesthetic Brown Transferware Turner BRAZIL Dinner Plates For Sale
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4 Antique Staffordshire Aesthetic Brown Transferware Turner BRAZIL Dinner Plates:
Feel free to contact me with any questions!!! Illinois Residents must pay sales tax, I live in Collinsville Illinois, Madison County, the sales tax rate is 8.35%. If you have a tax exempt number, please contact me and I will remove. PAYMENT*****PayPal due within 3 days of sale close. Serious paying buyers only please. SHIPPING*****Ships within 5 days of payment. I am using shipping calculator to get the closest shipping estimate. I enter the box size and pounds. Sometimes this can be off and I will refund any difference. Delivery confirmation included to ensure delivery to you when shipped with Priority Mail. Priority shipping on all breakables ensures better handling. Thanks for Looking!
Offered is an antique set of4 decorated brown transferwaredinner size plates in the Brazil pattern. The set is a cream color with browntransferpattern, decorated with green, orange, purple and a pink band stripe.The pattern is also highlighted with gold accents. Each plate measures9 1/2" wide. The plates are ingood condition and have beenwell cared forwith no cracks or repairs. Two plates do have a chip each on the edge rim, see photos.The plates are 120+ years old so they do show somelight darkening. All things considered, very good condition. This set wasmanufactured the G. W. Turner & Sons Company in the Stoke-on-Trent area, Tunstall England circa 1880. Thisset is from the Victorian Ageproduced at the height of the Aesthetic Movement. This is a beautiful and rare set of 1800's English Staffordshire Pottery, great to add to a collection or complete your set. I also have several other sizes of plates along with rimmed soup bowls, See my other sales for more. I do combine items and send together to save on shipping costs.
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