Types of Transferware

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Sue Shea

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When collecting transfer it can be a very expensive proposition investing your money wisely is the best recommendation I can have for you buying the best pieces that you can possible afford is your best route. Because these pieces can be very expensive so try to give you a range here in prices so it can give you something to think about when your making you choices as far as color range. Or what type of dinnerware you want to try to collect so if we look over here this is historical blue this pattern is very typical with the flowerer around the edging. It has a foreign temple and camels which is in this country not the highly sawed off after historical blue people in this country who collect historical blue liked to collect blue with historical scene that picked that happened in this country. So if your looking to collect historical blue think about the picture that is depicking and the person the company that produced these also conditioned but these plates can range anywhere from $100-$5000 so there is a wide range of investing in this historical blue. Going on to flow blue there is a wide range also in collecting this flow blue from the 1820's this particular cup and saucer cause it's almost in mint condition can go for around $125. That's just the cup and saucer when you start to talk about the plates plates can range anywhere from $100-$600 and up in flow blue. Depending on the pattern the condition and how much you really want the plate or the dish so you need to take that into consideration. Flow blue can be very expensive if you try to buy a platter this size in flow blue your range will be anywhere from $300-$600 depending on what the scene is and the condition so that when you start to think about collecting a set can be very expensive.