1820s Blue & White Rogers Fallow Deer Pearlware Transferware Soup Bowl
#AD321: 1820s Blue & White Rogers Fallow Deer Pearlware Bowl
This is a beautiful blue 9.5 inch English pottery Staffordshire transferware dinnerware soup bowl or dish. it has an early an embossed ROGERS mark on edge of back rim. We would say it is a soup bowl with a "well" about an inch deep.
This plate is in dark blue & white transferware detail on a clean white/blue tinged pearlware base. Pearlware pottery is an earthenware dating from 1774-1830, the Georgian era in England. It's a lovely soft glossy pottery with an overall faint blue/grey tint derived from a touch of cobalt blue in the glaze. This cool blue tinge gives a whiter china appearance than the earlier yellow creamware.
James & George Rogers worked at Dale Hall, Longport, Burslem, Staffordshire from 1784-1842, with John taking over in 1815 when his brother George died. Known for quality and detail, this plate is no exception, it is classic and fine with its clean impressed ROGERS mark.
The condition is beautiful, no cracks or repairs. It has a very thin and fine rim with tiny flecks, must be scrutinized closely to see, see photos. JI have taken a photo of every inch of the back rim to show condition. Just a beautiful and early Rogers piece we were thrilled to find.
Size: 9.5 inches in diameter, the "well" of the soup bowl is about an inch deep.
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