Historical Staffordshire Plate of

A medium dark blue Staffordshire transfer ware plate depicting a grand view of New York’s city hall. New York’s population was mushrooming when this still standing example of Georgian Architecture was begun in 1810. It was a time when the population was less than 40,000. New Yorkers must have marveled at what then would have been a great symbol of their increasing prosperity. Construction took two years to complete which would be a marvel even with today’s advanced industrial equipment. The plate is part of the production of Ridgway’s “Beauties of America” series.

via Historical Staffordshire Plate of “City Hall, New York” at 1stdibs.


One thought on “Old…Blue…Timeless

  1. So I was looking for a room, kitchen fine in blue cream and yellow? But nothing….wazzup?

    Candace Hanson-McClung

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