6 sets are available of Stanley Pottery Co's Flow Blue Torbrex pattern cups and saucers. These are the 2-3/8" cup size. They are the older sets as the backstamp carries the Burslem England mark, as well as the maker's name and the pattern name "Torbrex". All sets are free from chips, cracks and other defects. Sets will be sold in single units, or any combination of the single unit up to the total of 6 sets. Multiple sets will be offered free shipping if going to the ...click for details
Measuring 3-1/4" high is a Royal Albert bone china small pitcher with blue flowers on it, back stamp dates from the 1940's, made in England. Condition is good with gilt wear on handle and foot of the pitcher, no other cracks or chips.
c1920 9" hand-painted Royal Worcester plate with turquoise rim, white enamel dots, and yellow flower sprays. Gold gilt is missing along the outer edge in a section, but no other damage, cracks, chips. Makers mark is impressed and also has some painted letters and numbers. Condition is very good.
Brown and multi-colored plate by Johnson Bros. in the Castle on the Lake pattern. This pattern is discontinued. Plate measures about 10-1/2" diameter. Very good condition with no known defects, cracks, chips.
English Staffordshire floral hand-painted cup and saucer, featuring bell-shaped flowers, c1860. Cup is 2-3/4" high and saucer is 5-1/4" diameter. Both are in very excellent condition. Only this one set is available, but other pieces in this pattern are available for purchase on this site.
English Staffordshire floral trio consisting of cup, saucer, and small plate all with bell-shaped English flowers. Cup is 2-3/4" high, saucer is 5-1/4" diameter and plate is 7" diameter. All are in very good condition, c1860. Four sets of trios are available, with each trio being $28 or the entire 4 sets for $88. These are same pattern and set as the large plates that are being offered on this site.
Large English Staffordshire plate featuring various Bell-shaped flowers, made in England, dating approximately 1860. Plate is hand-painted and measures 9-1/2" diameter at largest point. Condition is very excellent, no chips, cracks or other defects. Two plates are available for purchase, at $28 ea or $44 for both. No maker's mark except for 1794 in gold and two small impressed dots above the numbers.
Shelley white with light blue handle and teacup base
demitasse set,featuring small blue flowers,with greenery.Made in England. Cup stands 2-1/2" high and saucer is approx. 4-3/4" diameter. No chips, cracks or other defects known.
A set of 6 Nippon small plates, measuring approx. 6-1/2" diameter, with green and white design, in cartouche pattern around the outside edge. 5 of these are in very good condition, 1 has a small chip to one edge. There are no cracks or other known damage other than as described.
Brown and cream geometric designs in ribbons and leaves and berries cover this Stratford pattern plate by H. Alcock,an English company . It is c.1884 and is in remarkable condition for it's age, having a small chip to one edge that shows as discolored and a minor discoloration on upper edge. The diameter of the plate is approx. 9-7/8". Free shipping is included in this price.
Porcelain creamer by Royal Albert in the Moss Rose pattern with the Montrose shape. This is a discontinued pattern offered from 1947-2001. Creamer is 3-7/8" high and features a floral rose design with gild on the rim of the creamer and handle. There is a minor defect in the porcelain inside the creamer from manufacturing- is not a chip or crack. Condition is good with the gild intact.