Earthenware. White ground. The body moulded in the form of pansies and leaves with the cover surmounted by a butterfly. All hand-painted in realistic enamel colours. The honey pot stands 4 1/2 inches high, including the cover and measures 3 1/2 inches in diameter. The base bears the printed, crowned globe mark, in black and the hand-written pattern number, 4350, in purple. In perfect, original, sound condition with no wear to the decoration.
This Torquay England pottery candlestick was made circa 1920. It stands 5 3/4' tall. There is a loop handle attached to one side. The top is 2 3/4" wide and the base is 2 3/4". The wording on the inside of the bowl is Good Night. A sailing ship is painted on one side. There are no chips or damage.
Pleasant Dreams is the wording on this English candlestick. There is a painted sailing ship on one side. A loop handle is on the side of the candlestick. It stands 5 3/4" tall. The top is 2 3/4" across and the base is 3" wide. This was made by Torquay circa 1920.
No chips or damage.
These Shelley candlesticks feature a hand enamelled Japanese lake scene(pattern 8682). They stand 154mm high and measure 83mm across the base. There are some very minor paint chips to the blue ground, otherwise they are in excellent condition. C1930.
A 7-inch bowl designed by Clarice Cliff, made in England in 1929-30. The motif is known as "Umbrellas" or as "Umbrellas and Rain", with alternating panels of giant raindrops and umbrellas seen from above. It is considered one of Cliff's Picasso-esque designs, seen in her earlier work. The condition of this bowl is excellent with a clean interior. The marks for Fantasque and Wilkinson indicate this was a standard shape bowl in the Wilkinson stock that was decorated in Cliff's own workshop.
A large, heavy, green glazed stoneware vase made by Trevor Corser at Leach Pottery, St Ives, Cornwall.
Condition: excellent - no damages and no restoration.
27cm (10.5 inches) high.
John Pearson Arts and Crafts pottery plate decorated to the front with four singing blue birds and the reverse with mythical lizard. The reverse also has the John Pearson monogram. The plate measures 26cm in diameter. The rim has a small chip to the underside and there is a short hairline. I am happy to ship worldwide. Please email if you have any questions. (2.5 cm = 1 inch).
Rare Arts and Crafts Hammer Vale Pottery Works, Haslemere match holder and striker made by William Stallworthy circa 1910. The match holder measures 25.5cm high and has impressed marks to the back. The back has a clean break, which I have indicated with an arrow. Hammer Vale Pottery Works was a pottery by Radley Young (Poole Pottery) and William Stallworthy in Shottermill from 1901 to 11. I am happy to ship worldwide. Hammer Vale Pottery Works Please email if you have any questions...
This hand coloured octagonal Royal Doulton Pansy pattern bowl measures 192mm in diameter. Its only flaw is some obvious crazing. The date stamp is for 1928.
This Shelley lustre fruit bowl measures 240mm in diameter and stands 95mm high. It features the pattern "Japanese Fruit"(Pattern 8677). The pattern consists of a dark blue ground, light blue foliage and orange highlights to the fruit. It is in excellent condition and dates from around 1930.
This six sided Shelley vase is decorated with the lustre ware "Japanese Fruit" pattern 8677. It stands 180mm high and dates from around 1930. It does have a couple of small glaze faults ex factory.
This Royal Doulton stein stands 140mm high and is decorated with the New Cavaliers pattern (pattern D4749) and the Lion and Shield border decoration. This pattern was introduced in 1907 and extended until 1931. It is in excellent condition and dates from around 1930.
This pair of Moorcroft salt & pepper shakers is decorated with the Wisteria pattern and dates from around 1920. They stand 150mm high. There is some crazing and a small area on the lid of the salt where the glaze hasn't taken.
Both of these motto ware shakers have a house scene on one side. The salt shaker has on the other side the motto or wording Salt of Life. The overall condition is very good. The top of the salt has one hole. The pepper has the words Hot & Strong. The pepper has some crazing and a small chip on the underside were the base edge is. They each stand under 2" tall. They are of English manufacture. The company is Torquay Pottery.
This bowl was made by Torquay Pottery of England. It is generally called Motto Ware because of the words or sayings on the inside or outside surface. The bowl is brown on the outside and yellow on the inside with a house,field,and road. The wording or motto is on the inside. The wording is "fine Words will not fill". It stands 1 7/16" tall and is 4 1/2" wide. Very nice condition.
English Wedgwood Jasper Ware Pitcher, 4 3/4" high, 4 1/4" wide with twisted rope handle, dark blue with beautifully applied and executed low relief classical design on dark blue body and the grape vine on top border is higher relief than classical figures below, the detail is very delicate and finely done, impressed mark "Wedgwood" and "Made in England" on the bottom, some dark stain on the white figures. The condition is good, no damage.
English dark blue Wedgwood Jasper ware bottle shape Vase, 5" high, 2 3/4" wide-widest part, impressed mark "Wedgwood", "Made in England" and "Y" on the bottom, with beautifully detailed classical figure applied on dark blue bisque finish body. The condition is very good, no damage.
Linthorpe Pottery ewer designed by Dr Christopher Dresser, model no.342, ovoid with short vertical spout, covered with running glaze. the ewer measures 16cm. high. Due to the thick glaze to the base it is difficult to see if the ewer is marked. Please see page 121 of the excellent book ‘Christopher Dresser’ by Stuart Durant for an example of this design. Also see page 116 for reprint of an original advertisement also showing this design. The photographs show the ewer from all sides...