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19th C. Staffordshire Transferware Compote – Zebra Pattern

19th C. Staffordshire Transferware Compote – Zebra Pattern


Staffordshire transferware compote by John Rogers & Sons, c. 1825.


Dimensions: Approximately 11¼” wide x 6¼” high.



The interior of the compote is is edged in a narrow geometric band and a wide border of flowers and dark leaves against a blue background.


The central scene shows pagoda-style buildings in an Oriental garden with two standing figures and a third mounted on a zebra in the foreground.


This border is also on the outside of the upper portion and around the foot.


The foot stands on a diamond-shaped base decorated with a Greek key edge.


The piece is unmarked, but the pattern is a well known one of John Rogers & Sons.


The Dictionary of Blue and White Printed Pottery 1780-1880 Vol. II” by Coysh and Henrywood.


Condition: In excellent condition consistent with age and usage.

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