One small rim break restuck. Slight crack to the interior at one corner, not piercing the exterior.
This fabulous vase was made by the Distinguished House of Wedgwood. It is one of their most prestigious vases; a very rare piece and certainly a collector's item.
In greek mythology, Elysium is the resting place for souls...
This remarkable vase was made by the Distinguished House of Wedgwood. It is part of only 200 pieces made.
The vase is sublimely designed in black and white jasper. The original vessel was made in 1770...
Some minor losses to flowerheads but generally very good. No other damage.
We have various sizes of these adorable porcelain cherubs made by the Derby Manufactury circa 1780. They are priced at each and have the Derby patch marks.Condition: excellent
This dessert dish is in a pattern well known as Chamberlain Worcester's "Dragon In Compartment" or "Bengal Tyger" and is in excellent condition. 8 1/2" in diameter c1800.Condition: excellent
In 1802, Lord Nelson ordered a service in this pattern. Hence it is known as the Nelson pattern.Spode made this version in a porcelain cup and saucer, c1810.Condition: excellent
These wonderful Royal Crown Derby miniature "tygs" are hard to find. This one is in the popular imari pattern 2451. It's perfect.Condition: excellent Height: 1.5 inches Width: 1.5 inches
Mason's Patent Ironstone Platter in the Grasshopper pattern, Ca 1815. Condition: excellent Height: 12 inches Width: 16 inches
Spode Porcelain sucrier in an imari influenced pattern, #2214, c. 1820.Condition: excellent Height: 3.5 inches
Sauce tureen complete with its lid and undertray in the collectible Mason's patent Ironstone "japan" pattern, circa 1815. Condition: excellent
Worcester in the C18th and early C19th can be divided into the Dr Wall period 1752-1776, the Davis period 1776-1783 and the Flight and various Barr's periods 1783-1840. The factory used a large range of marks, the most common being the crescent marks, both open and hatched, the fret mark and the script and printed W. Some Worcester under glaze blue painted patterns have their own unique mark...
This blue and red pearlware shell dish is possibly from a Davenport service, c1815, Condition: excellent Height: 8.75 inches Width: 9 inches
Spode's "dollar" pattern is very collectible. Excellent condition. diameter 6 1/2" c1810, Condition: excellent Height: 3 inches Width: 6.25 inches
c.1810, from John Rose Factory, Pattern #1246. Saucer: 5 1/2" diameter, Cup: 3 1/2" dia x 2"Height. Condition: excellent