Bittersweet Antiques
64 Elm Street,
Springfield, Vermont
 James and Elizabeth Dunn
 Staffordshire is our speciality 
Specializing in all colors and forms of transferware, Staffordshire figures, Gaudy Welsh, Luster, Prattware and other early English ceramics. We have over 1200 items of inventory in stock, offering one of the most extensive inventories in northern New England. 
  • Mailing list available and photos sent upon request. 
  • We ship UPS, satisfaction guaranteed. 
  • All inquiries will be answered. We are always interested in purchasing quality pieces or entire collections. 
  • Shop open evenings and weekends, by chance or appointment.

  • A call ahead advised. 
From our inventory we offer the following:
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11' jug; the most unusual and unique piece we have ever had. This is a puzzle jug; in the hollowed out section in the center, behind the spokes are a ceramic boy on one side and a ceramic girl on the other side. This has pratt colors, with two scenes with children in raised relief under the spout in pratt colors; it has Gaudy blue and also luster. There appears to be restoration to the monkey handle. 
Staffordshire set of eight 8-1/2" reticulated plates with black transfer on bristol blue plates in the "Views of Mesopotomia"; extremely unusual
Staffordshire blue transfer 19" platter, "Fountain" by Enoch Woods & Sons, ca 1818-46, exceptional form and color
Staffordshire red transfer deep bowl, 9-1/2" wide and 4-3/4" high "Franklin" be Davenport. We have never seen this form before; magnificent
Staffordshire figures: "Going to Market"; restoration to one leg on horse; otherwise exc
Staffordshire black transfer coffeepot, 12" high, unknown pattern, exc
Staffordshire green and red transfer 15" platter, "Canova" by Thomas Mayer circa 1830's exc condition. We also have a pair of 17" platters, one green and red and the other red and green.
Pair of Saffordshire cow spills, with milk boy and milk girl, 8", circa 1860's, exc.