Antique Brown Transferware Bowl English China Tudor Staffordshire China Bowl Candy Bowl Trinket Dish Circa 1871-1891


Brand Brownfield & Sons

At first glance, you look at this piece and see an all over floral and leaf pattern but what emerges is that the flowers are actually geometric shapes and they are unique to each other. This is one of my favorite designs from the Aesthetic Movement of transferware. It's so unusual and visually interesting. These little bowls are great for small desserts or side dishes, trinket bowls to hold jewelry, pins, office supplies, etc. and for candy like chocolate...yum!

This piece is entitled Tudor and was made by Brownfield and Sons of Cobridge, Staffordshire England between 1871 and 1891. Some bowls have the printed mark along with an impressed mark but some have only the impressed markings. This listing is for ONE bowl only. I have a few available.

Measures: 5.5" x 1" deep

Condition: No chips or cracks. Gorgeous condition! Minor surface wear and minor crazing.

Marked: I've included two marks. Some have the mark shown in photo 4 and some have the mark shown in photo 5. I will try to accommodate you if you have a preference but won't guarantee that you'll received one mark or the other. They are all from the same mfr. and same age period.

To learn more about English Transferware please peruse my blog: Nancy's Daily Dish
You can learn more about these pieces and the Aesthetic Movement at this blog post I wrote some time back, which still remains one of my most visited posts: