Thanksgiving Turkey Black Transferware Plate Clarice Cliff Hand Painted Autumn Foliage

$99.99

Brand Royal Staffordshire

Vintage BLACK TRANSFER WARE TURKEY PLATE or CHARGER
Royal Staffordshire
Clarice Cliff

10 available as of November 2021 (sold individually)

I am pleased to offer this absolutely gorgeous vintage / antique plate.  The turkey pattern is highly sought after by collectors and very difficult to find, especially in this strikingly vibrant colorway.  It is by Clarice Cliff of Royal Staffordshire potteries in a beautiful pattern depicting a turkey framed with oak and maple leaves and fall foliage which have all been hand painted in rich shades of burgundy, red, sienna, green, amber, teal blue and gold over the black transfer.  It is permanent and protected by the overglaze. 

Very collectible and difficult to find plate!

Measures: large enough to be a charger or dinner plate at 10.75"


Condition: No chips, no cracks, appears to have been seldom used.  

Matching platter (shown in brown) sold separately. 

I have these in blue, purple  and brown also, listed separately

See my blog posts to learn more about English Transferware. I was featured in the Nov 2011 issue of Romantic Homes magazine where I discussed turkey themed transferware:

http://nancysdailydish.blogspot.ca/2011/10/featured-in-romantic-homes-magazine.html

also featured in an Etsy documentary short filmed last year

See these plates in a Thanksgiving tablescape:

http://nancysdailydish.blogspot.com/2012/11/rustic-thanksgiving-table-w-clarice.html


To learn more about English transferware and see it in many practical and decorative uses please visit me at one of the places below:

BLOG: www.nancysdailydish.blogspot.com
PINTEREST: www.pinterest.com/transferware
FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/pages/English-Transferware/277105748523
TWITTER: www.twitter.com/transferware

Read the full Etsy blog post and watch the documentary short featuring me and my collection...and these plates!

http://www.etsy.com/blog/en/2012/collecting-english-transferware-one-womans-story