|Maker Unknown, Chinoiserie (Chinese style) Mug, 4.5 inches high, ca. 1810.|
|Maker Unknown, Plate, 6.5 inches, ca. 1810|
|Maker Unknown, Eastern Port pattern jug, 5.5 inches high, ca. 1810|
Most of the YPB patterns are Chinoiserie (in the Chinese style), but a few are printed with patterns intended for children. Children's patterns are my favorites. YPB is quite early, dating from around 1810, so it is lovely that items intended for children have survived so long. If you want to learn more about YPB, take a look at the TCC link to an article titled Yellow Transfer Printed Brownware.
|Maker Unknown, 2.5 inch child's mug, ca. 1810|
|Maker Unknown, child's alphabet mug, ca. 1810|
|Maker Unknown, Child's Mug, 2.5 inches high, ca. 1810/Notice the lovely saying on the mug|