9 Piece Set of Lavender and White Transferware

9 Piece Set of Lavender and White Transferware


9 piece set of lavender and white transferware. This English Staffordshire china was made by John Thomas Hudden between 1859 and 1895. The lavender and white pattern is named Flora. This set includes 3 graduated platters, 2 lidded tureens, 1 footed stilton/cake plate, and 1 cream/sauce pitcher. The platters measure approx. 14" by 17 1/2", 15 3/4" by 19 1/2", and 17 1/4" by 21 1/2". The largest platter has the traditional tree shaped juice well. The footed tureens are double handled and measure approx. 6 1/2" tall to the top of the handle and 12" across from handle to handle. The cake plate/stilton stand measures approx. 2 1/4" tall and 10 3/4" across. The sauce boat measures approx. 5" tall and 7" across from handle to spout. The tureens and lids have handpainted gold details. The is just a very little damage. No damage to the platters. The stilton stand has a very hard to find approx. 1" hairline. One tureen has an approx. 1 1/2" hairline, one tureen lid handle has been repaired and the sauce boat has a chip and a small hairline. Actually, except for the chip on the sauce boat, everything looks really good. The largest platter is quite grand. The entire group of platters, tureens, and cake plate/stilton stand are quite impressive and make a beautiful display.

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