Mason's English Ironstone Red Transfer Creamer Jug and Dinner Plate

Mason's English Ironstone Red Transfer Creamer Jug and Dinner Plate

Regular price $70.00


Product Description:  Mason's patent ironstone china is known for durability and strength. This charming ironstone dinner plate and octagon creamer jug in the VISTA red (or also known as pink) transfer pattern on a creamy white are a lovely pair. The dinner plate measures just over 10 ½” wide with a decorative scalloped edge. The jug measure 5 ¼ inches tall and can hold up to 2 cups of liquid. Both in the VISTA pattern with slightly different English scenes that pair well together. 

Note:  Refer to "Condition" for additional information       

Circa: 1940-1950

Status: Discontinued

Care:  Hand Wash Only. Not for Microwave Use.

Dinner Plate: Width:  10 5/8”

Jug/Creamer: Height: 5 ¼”, Width: 5” (handle to tip of spout)


Product Weight: 2 pounds 6 ounces (pair)


Capacity: 2 cups

Pattern:  Vista

Markings:  Refer to Photograph

Origin:  England

Material:  Ironstone

Color:  Dark Pink - Reddish and Creamy White

Condition:  Previously owned - used.  Good condition.  No cracks or repairs. Crazing is present on both plate and creamer (as shown). Creamer: One nick on top rim. Light wear on base. Dinner Plate: Very good condition with no cracks or repairs. Two small nicks on edge. 

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