Early Steventon, Blue Willow plate. 10 1/2 inches in diameter and marked
on the back, " Made in England John Steventon & Sons
This covered vegetable dish has a blue transfer pattern first used in
the late 18th century - It measures 5-1/2" high by 11" long at
thumb rests by 9-1/2" wide, the transfer entirely covering the
surface on interior and exterior of dish and the exterior of lid.
the pattern but it
has a center scene of an elephant and attendant in an oriental fantasy
landscape.Transfer blue mark to underside: "Reproduction Rogers
1780, Made in England, John Steventon & Sons Ltd., Burslem."
Early 1900's Flow Blue charger in the Blue
Willow pattern. It is 9-1/4 inches in diameter and 1 inch deep.
The mark is: "Royal Venton Ware, John Steventon & Sons Ltd,
Burslem England," and a crown.
Measures 9" dia
MARKED BOTTOM WITH A CROWN, Royal Venton Ware Est 1897 John
Steventon & Sons Ltd. Burslem,England
Oval Oriental 14" Meat Plate. This is a
blue and white underglaze with red yellow and green overglaze of an
oriental lake scene. It measures 14" by 11". The printed mark
on the base is "KATO, ROYAL VENTON WARE, JOHN STEVENTON & SONS
LTD, BURSLEM, ENGLAND".