Quaint child's pearlware motto plate with embossed rim, blue transfer print of boys at work chopping down trees, hauling water from the well and digging in the garden. Polychrome and pink lustre overglaze decoration: "Handle your tools without mittens: remember the cat in gloves catches no mice. Constant dropping wears away stones: and little strokes fell great oaks." (1758 B. Franklin POOR RICHARD'S ALMANACK). About 7" (17.8cm) and in mint condition. Our price includes in ...click for details
English teabowl and saucer attributed to Keeling, circa 1790. It is decorated with the blue rock pattern and is pattern number 233 in the popular Chinoisserie style. Excellent condition with no chips, frits, cracks, hairlines or repairs. Saucer is about 5-1/4" across; cup is about 3-1/4". Insured shipping at cost.
A fine sepia bat printed “Bute form” milk jug decorated with a pattern of figures in a landscape on one side set against a vista of a wind mill on a hill, church tower in the valley and cottage in the foreground, and on the obverse side a three arched bridge spanning a river with building on the bank with fine mercury gilded banding.
Dating circa 1800-1810. Unmarked in perfect condition 5.5 inches long and just over 5 inches high.
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A good late 18th century New Hall (Newhall) hard paste porcelain creamer or milk jug in a famille rose Compagnie des Indes sprigged floral pattern.
Perfect condition. Measuring 4.5 inches or 11.5cms in height. Unmarked.
Item is in the UK. No customs costs within EU or US.
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Small handleless Caughley tea bowl and saucer bearing the Caughley version of the 'Fisherman' design. This form was also popular at the Worcester factory. See Geoffrey A. Godden's CAUGHLEY & WORCESTER PORCELAINS 1775-1800. Thinly potted and fragile. Cup is about 3" (7.5cm) wide x 1.875" (4.5cm). Saucer is about 5" (12.5cm) wide x 1" (2.5cm). Condition is excellent. No damage. Please note: Our pictures are larger than life size. Shipping at cost.
Caughley shaped-edge plate of a standard dessert service shape, about 7" diameter, bearing the Caughley version of the 'Fisherman' design. This form was also popular at the Worcester factory. See Plate 158 of Geoffrey A. Godden's CAUGHLEY & WORCESTER PORCELAINS 1775-1800. Wear to the applied gold; otherwise excellent, original condition. No damage. Shipping at cost.
Unusual c 1780-1790 Derby Imari plate with overglaze enamels depicting a naive notion of what Japanese Imari should look like. Two sets of blue branches with chestnuts, blue and green leaves, all outlined in gilt. Derby seems to have copied several mid Edo patterns c 1750. In the center, a pair of scrolling branches with reddish brown chestnuts attached. Molded plate has a scalloped edge and was supported in the kiln by three small spurs, which have left their marks under the rim. The rounde ...click for details