Wedgwood Shakespeare’s Midsummer Night's Dream ‘Peasblossom’ tile, made circa 1880. The tile measures approximately 8 inches square and has the typical Wedgwood back. The photographs show the tile from various sides. The tile is in good condition apart from one small chip to the right hand edge and some glaze nicks to the surface near the left hand edge, see photograph where I have indicated these with arrows. I am happy to ship worldwide. Please email if you have any questions...
Beautiful set of English Aesthetic Movement tiles decorated with lily stems issuing from jardinieres. All the ten tiles measure approximately 6 inches square. They have the registration number 24151 which is for 1885. The condition is excellent. There are a few minor chips to the edges which would be covered when in position. The surface of the tiles is lovely with hardly any scratches. I am happy to ship worldwide. Please email if you have any questions. (2.5 cm = 1 inch).
Linthorpe Christopher Dresser vase, made circa 1880.
The vase measures approximately 13 cm in diameter. The base has the indistinct Linthorpe and Dresser marks, see photograph where I have indicated these with arrows. The condition is excellent apart from crazing to the glaze, see photographs. I am happy to ship worldwide. Please email if you have any questions. (2.5 cm = 1 inch).
Mulberry and white souvenir plate of Robinson Hall, Albion College, Albion, MI, 2nd edition measuring approx. 10-1/2" diameter, marked with 3 backstamps. The backstamps are for Robinson Hall and one for Wedgwood, and last one is for the importer, Jones, McDuffee and Stratton. c.1950's, no chips or cracks.
Red Alfred Meakin God Bless This House 1973 calendar plate, diameter is approx. 9-1/4", and condition is very good with no cracks, chips. From personal collection. This series has been discontinued. I do not have the original box as it was a gift.
Beautiful antique Henry Richards Tile Co. Ltd tile decorated with four Glasgow roses, their stems and foliage, made circa 1905. The tile measures 6 inch square and has the typical Richards back. As can be seen in the last photograph the tile has a small nibble to the right hand edge. All my tiles are antique and not modern reproductions. I am happy to ship worldwide. Please email if you have any questions. (2.5 cm = 1 inch).
A small footed dish or bon-bon made in England by Wedgwood in 1954. It is in perfect condition with darker green glaze in the well of the dish. Measurements are 5 by 4-1/4 inches.
A mint condition butter pat made by Royal Winton in one of their chintz patterns sometimes called Jacobean. The butter pat is vintage and dates from the 1930s. It measures 3-1/4 inches square with cut out corners, a shape used in Art Deco ceramic design.
This pattern was not named but given a number (2627) by the manufacturer Elijah Cotton, in the Lord Nelson Ware line of chintz introduced in the late 1930s. The vase measures about 5-1/8 inches tall and has tiny chips at the base, one of which can be seen but measures less than 5 mm so is not very noticeable. Otherwise condition is excellent.
A bud vase in the Rosetime chintz introduced by Elijah Cotton in 1938, in the Lord Nelson Ware line. The vase is in mint condition, measuring about 5-1/8 inches in height.
A vintage chintz bud vase in the Marina pattern introduced in 1937 under the Lord Nelson Ware line made in England by Elijah Cotton pottery. The vase is in mint condition with the pattern decal very expertly applied. Measurements are 5 inches in height and 6-1/2 inches in diameter around the bulbous center.
This is a very fine antique 1897 Mintons Diamond Jubilee Queen Victoria beaker. Made by Mintons for Mortlock's of Oxford St. London to commemorate the diamond jubilee on Queen Victoria in 1897. This beaker features three portraits of the young beautiful queen in 1837, and yet still lovely queen in 1887 and 1897. This beaker does have some wear and is cracked down the back but still in remarkable condition. The piece measures 3 7/8" x 3 1/2" x 3 1/2"...
The complete set includes: a small coffee pot with lid, small cream and sugar, one cup and saucer, a double egg cup, a cereal bowl, a side plate, and a breakfast plate with a muffin cover. The lovely butter yellow set is called "Goldendawn". All pieces are in excellent condition with no damage. Johnson Brothers was an English manufacturer of ceramics for the mid-level market, and used this mark and style for many years in the first half of the 20th century.
J. H. Barratt & Co. tile decorated with a stunning Art Nouveau design of a large flower, made circa 1903. The tile measures approximately 6 inch square and the back has the registration number ‘406306’ for 1903. The condition is excellent with no chips, cracks or any restoration, this I guarantee, see my returns policy. All my tiles are antique and not modern reproductions, this I guarantee...
J. H. Barratt & Co. tile decorated with a large daffodil flower to the centre and buds to each corner, made circa 1904. The tile measures approximately 6 inch square and the back has the registration number for 1904. The tile has a couple of chips to the edge, see photograph where I have indicated these with arrows. All my tiles are antique and not modern reproductions, this I guarantee. I am happy to ship worldwide. Please email if you have any questions. (2.5 cm = 1 inch).