Transferware is a style of ceramic decoration first developed in England during the Industrial Revolution. At the height of production, around the middle 1800s, there were hundreds of potteries in the region of Stoke-on-Trent applying a signature mark to the underside of their wares. This is the same process by which Sir|Madam produces their Makers' Marks dinner service - but they quite literally turned things upside down, creating a pattern out of the marks of some of our bygone makers. Try mixing this collection with your favorite vintage pieces.
Plates sold individually.
10" in diameter. Each unique.