1820s STAFFORDSHIRE BLUE TRANSFERWARE PLATE SCOTLAND

Terrific 1820s Staffordshire blue transferware lightly-potted ironstone plate with a pearlware glaze made by ENOCH WOODS. This transfer image is Dalguise House near the Tay River in Perthshire in Scotland. Among other things, Dalguise House is known as the place Beatrix Potter spent eleven of her childhood summers starting in 1871. Interesting border pattern of trumpet vine blossoms and grapes. See photo for mark (impressed ENOCH WOOD AND SONS, BURSLEM with transfer mark as well--also retains an old collector's label that reads MADE IN BURSLEM, ENGLAND 1818-1846. 10 and 1/4 inches in diameter. CONDITION: Stilt marks front and back, crazing, light utensil marks, areas of pooled glaze (original to the piece), miniscule amount of glaze rubbing at 12:00 and 6:00 (see photo for extreme close-up; most likely caused by a plate hanger). No chips, cracks, hairlines or discoloration. PRIORITY SHIPPING: $10.00