The wonderful Copeland Spode tureen in the Chelsea Wicker shape has an under plate and a red transfer ware lid. The large tureen has a wicker weave pattern and stands 10 3/4 inches tall including the underplate and lid. The lid has a cut out for a serving spoon and a beautiful red transfer pattern of flowers. The tureen is 13 1/2 inches across the top including the handles. It is 6 1/2 inches deep. The under plate is 13 inches in diameter...
The Red-Cliff fine china tureen has its matching under plate and ladle. The tureen is 12 inches tall including the underplate and the lid and it is 11 3/4 inches across the top including the handles. The under plate is 13 1/2 inches by 10 1/2 inches and the ladle is 10 inches long. The bowl of the ladle is 4 1/4 inches across. All pieces are in good condition.
The tureen is undecorated, but has a lovely shape with leaves at the top and at the bases of the handles...
The beautiful game casserole dish by Spode Copeland is ovenproof Alenite china. It has a pale blue sheen - more gray than white - with game birds and sprigs of flowers on the sides and a bird perched on top as a knob to lift the lid. The pattern is "Henry IV".
The tureen is 8 1/2 inches tall including the bird on top and 11 1/2 inches across including the handles. The under plate is 14 1/4 inches by 12 inches. All the pieces are in very good condition...
The Spode Copeland Alenite china platter matches the game casserole / tureen that we have listed. The pattern is "Henry IV" and has a twig like pattern on the border with leaves. The platter has a very pale gray-blue sheen in the glaze and is oven proof.
The platter measures 16 1 /2 inches by 14 inches and is a great serving platter fro entrees or vegetable and they can be kept warm in the oven! It could be used to serve anything cold too.
Most attractive piece in very good condition.
The brown transfer ware china platter is 17 1/2 inches by 13 1/2 inches. The pattern is of roses - buds and full blown flowers. The platter was made by George Jones & Sons, England.
A great display or serving piece!
The lovely antique English gravy boat is 9 inches long by 5 1/2 inches tall at the handle and 3 inches deep. It has an unusual floral pattern with geometric patterns between. The useful shape is good for gravy or for any sauce.
The mark at the bottom was used from 1868 to 1883 and tells us that the design was registered on 16 June, 1880.
The gravy boat is in good condition and a great addition to your table or display.
The salt and pepper shakers were manufactured by Ridgway, England in the "Canterbury" pattern. The red transferware pattern has touches of yellow and green.
The shakers are 3 5/8 inches tall and 1 3/4 inches across the base. They are both in very good condition.
The gravy boat and under plate are in the "Canterbury" pattern by Ridgway, England. The red transfer pattern has touches of yellow and green. The gravy boat measures 7 inches by 2 1/4 inches and is 3 inches deep. The matching underplate is 8 1/4 inches by 6 inches. Both pieces are in good condition.
All the red transfer patterns mix and match really well and make a very attractive setting on a table.
The lovely, tall coffee pot is in the "Canterbury" pattern by Ridgway, England. There are touches of yellow and green in the red transfer pattern.
The coffee pot is 9 3/4 inches tall including the lid and 8 1/2 inches from spout to handle. The 5 cup pot is 3 3/4 inches across the base. It is in very good condition.
The English china coffee pot and creamer were made by Royal Worcester. The discontinued pattern is C1225.
The pot and creamer are a saturated blue with black cartouches with a basket of flowers. They have black trims and handles.
The coffee pot is 8 3/4 inches tall and 8 1/4 inches across including the spout and handle. The base of the pot is 3 inches across giving the pot a lean, tall silhouette...
The chintz pattern teapot was made by James Sadler in England. The background is yellow with multi-colored flowers and a gold trim. It is labeled "Sophie Chintz".
The teapot is 6 inches tall including the lid and 9 3/4 inches from spout to handle.
Chintz patterns always make a statement and this one is cheerful and in very good condition.
The beautiful Limoges teapot was made in France for B. Altman & Co., Paris and New York. The teapot has a unique shape - angular - as if two bowls are joined together in the center of the teapot.
The teapot measures 4 1/2 inches tall and 9 inches across including the gold spout and handle. This pattern was produced between 1922 and 1938. It is a floral pattern with a pink and blue bird.
Beautiful and elegant, the teapot is in very good condition.
The covered vegetable dish is marked "Haviland France Haviland & Co Limoges". Made by Haviland in Limoges, France, the beautiful pattern of rambling pink and white roses against a white background with touches of gold on the handles, is ever popular. The handles look like porcelain ribbon twisted into loops. The bowl is decorated inside and out and is in very good condition.
The vegetable tureen is 3 inches deep and 5 3/4 inches tall including the handle on the lid...
The lovely luncheon or breakfast plate is 8 3/4 inches across and is marked "Theodore Haviland Limoges France". I have 6 of these plates available in very good condition. They are priced individually, but if you are interested in all 6, please contact me for a better price.
pink two piece nite set, excellent condition, shipping extra