Antique English Georgian Blue and White Transfer “Europa” Pattern Pottery Vegetable Dish and Cover ~ John and Richard Riley

A rare and most attractive Early Nineteenth Century Antique English Georgian Blue and White Transfer Pottery Vegetable Dish and Cover,  by John and Richard Riley of Burslem, Staffordshire, { 1802 – 1828 }, both dish and cover printed in the “Europa” pattern. This tells the story of Europa, daughter of Agenor, to whom Zeus was attracted. In order to gain access to her, Zeus took the form of a tame bull. Europa found him so gentle that she climbed on his back and he swam with her to Crete. The underside of the dish with printed Maker’s Mark in underglaze blue, viz. RILEY’S Semi China within a ribbon cartouche.

Dish ~ Height ~ 23.50 cm. / 9.25 inches ~ Width to include handles ~ 30.50 cm. / 12.00 inches ~ Depth ~ 5.50 cm. / 2.16 inches

Cover ~ Height ~ 21.00 cm. / 8.26 inches ~ Width ~ 22.50 cm. / 8.85 inches ~ Depth to include handle ~ 11.00 cm. / 4.33 inches

Dish and Cover ~ Height ~ 23.50 cm. / 9.25 inches ~ Width to include handles ~ 30.50 cm. / 12.00 inches ~ Depth ~ 16.00 cm. / 6.29 inches

Year ~ Circa 1820

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