STAFFORDSHIRE AMERICAN VIEW / NAUTICAL MOTIF TRANSFER-PRINTED CERAMIC CUP PLATES, LOT OF TWO, comprising one featuring Frigate at Anchor, depicting a tall-masted ship with sails down, and one featuring Castle Garden Battery, New York, depicting two fort-like structures flying American flags with sailboat and figures in foreground, each having shell border design with single line of stringing. One having impressed eagle and shield mark with "ENOCH WOOD & SONS / BURSLEM" to underside. Enoch Wood & Sons, Burslem, England. 1818-1846. 4 3/8" DOA.
Literature: Parallels the Armans - Anglo-American Ceramic Cup Plates - Part I, p. 29, #109 and p. 30, #118; Transferware Collectors Club database patterns #2031 and #7191.
Castle Garden undamaged; Frigate at Anchor having professional restoration to area on rim.
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From the William D. Annable estate, Oberlin, OH.
Frigate at Anchor: Ex-collection of David & Linda Arman.