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Flow Blue English Imari Enameled Clobbered Antique Transferware Rimmed Soup Bowl Plate P B & H Hindostan

$47.99 $34.99

Brand Pinder Bourne & Hope

Circa 1851-60 Hindostan pattern by Pinder, Bourne and Hope

Enameled and Clobbered / Hand Painted Flow BLue Rimmed Soup Bowl by Pinder Bourne and Hope

Flow Blue Imari

The flow blue transfer is clobbered (painted) over the glaze with enamel in pinks and oranges.  Imari porcelain was made in Japan and China beginning in the seventeenth century. In the eighteenth century and later, it was copied by porcelain factories in Germany, France, England, and the United States. It was especially popular in the nineteenth century and is still being made. Imari is characteristically decorated with stylized bamboo, floral, and geometric designs in orange, red, green, and blue. Japanese Imari had less details, darker colors, and less gold by the middle of the nineteenth century. The name comes from the Japanese port of Imari, which exported the ware made nearby in a factory at Arita. Imari is now a general term for any pattern of this type.

 

Pinder, Bourne and Co, earthenware manufacturer, of Nile Street, Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs

  • 1848 Thomas Pinder started in business as an earthenware manufacturer at the Swan Bank Works, Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent
  • 1851 Became Pinder, Bourne and Hope, earthenware manufacturer at Fountain Place, Burslem
  • 1860 Moved to Nile Street, Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent
  • c.1862 Pinder, Bourne and Co, manufacturers of earthenware.
  • 1877 Henry Doulton was approached by Shadford Pinder, a potter from Burslem, proposing he become a partner in the firm of Pinder, Bourne and Co for an outlay of £12,000 but the money was unwisely spent and differences of opinion caused such a rift between the two concerns that only arbitration could resolve the matter.
  • Pinder retired from the business.
  • 1882 the name was changed to Doulton and Co. John Slater was art director at Pinder Bourne; having travelled around the European potteries, convinced Doulton to produce china as well as earthenware.

 

Measurements: 105/8" x appx 2" deep

 

Condition:  Nice condition, no chips or cracks, some wear to the gold trim and some wear / scratches to the paint. 

Markings:  Stamped and hand numbered as shown