Sunday, September 29, 2013

TRANSFERWARE COFFEE POTS

I posted a gorgeous Adams coffee pot on the Transferware Collectors Club Facebook page, and it received a lot of positive response.  Perhaps the bright red transfer or the charming pattern, The Pet, initiated the 500 plus likes.  Or, it may be that people are interested in 19th century transfer printed coffee pots.  I went through the more than 47, 000  images on my hard disk, and found some photos of coffee pots to share.  All are from the first half of the 19th century.


William Adams IV & Sons (1829-1861) Coffee Pot (11 in.), ca. 1835

Probably William Adams IV & Sons Coffee Pot (11 in.), ca. 1835.  Rebecca at the Well?

Salopian (underglaze painted polychrome) Coffee Pot known as Cow Polisher (10 in.), ca. 1810-1820

19th century British Coffee Pot (10.5 in.), ca. 1825

19th Century British Coffee Pot (9.5 in.), ca. 1825

19th Century British Coffee Pot/Notice the very high bridge (10 in.), ca. 1825

19th Century British Coffee Pot (10.5 in.) ca. 1825/Who is the man in the portrait?
I photographed some of the coffee pots above on my dresser to show how interesting they look as a group.  I also added a photo of coffee pots on a friend's dresser (Dora).  In particular, notice the black printed coffee pot with pink luster (not common).

Coffee Pots on my dresser

Coffee Pots on Dora's dresser


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