Old (1920's) Chinese Export Blue & White Plate Marked
It is 1 inch (2.5cm) tall by 6 inches (15.3cm) in diameter.
It is in good condition with no repairs, chips, or cracks.
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Old (1920's) Chinese Export Brown Glaze Happy Monk Teapot or Winepot
It is 6.75 inches (17.2cm) tall by 5.25 inches (13.3cm) wide.
It is in good condition with no cracks, except the peach is not original and a flea bite at the spout (as seen in the photos).
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Pulsating Starburst quilt composed of beautiful late 19th century fabrics is contained by three borders. Unwashed condition; Lancaster County, Pennsylvania origin. Equally interesting fabrics used for bars on the back making the quilt completely reversible. Circa 1880. Measures 82" x 89".
The total use of solid colors makes the impact of this Chimney Sweep (aka Album Patch) quilt particularly striking. Light and dark triangles between the blocks add to the effect. Unwashed condition. Has some small dark spots visible in thumbnails that do not detract from the overall drama of the piece. Measures 74" x 84"; North Carolina origin.
English Blue and White Bow Plate, c. 1765. Powder blue ground with circular fan cartouches of lakeside buildings and flowers. Great pseudo Chinese marks in underglaze blue. Three very minor rim chips were invisibly professionally restored. 8 1/4 inches.
English Blue Stoneware Relief Molded Jug, dated September 1840. By William Ridgway, Son & Co. Scene of Tam-O-Shanter. Absolutely perfect condition. 9 3/8 inches tall x 8 inches spout to handle.
Early American Clear Glass Footed Covered Master Salt, c. 1860. Rayed star bottom with an acorn finial. Perfect condition and a wonderful piece. Height: 5.125 in. and Width: 3 in.
Early American Clear Glass Footed Master Salt, c. 1860. Diamond Point Pattern, rayed star on bottom with an acorn finial on lid.
English Chamberlain Worcester Plate, c. 1785. "Dragons in Compartments" patterns. A wonderful plate in perfect condition. Marked on bottom, "Chamberlains Worcester." No. 75, which is the pattern number. 8 3/8 inches.
English Buff Colored Relief Molded Stoneware Wine Jug, c. 1890. By W. Ridgway & Co. Perfect condition. Figure of Pan on handle and Bacchus heads going around jug. Height: 5.375 inches. Width: 3.375 inches.
English Copper Lustre Jug, c. 1835. Attributed Enoch Wood. Dark blue band with sprigged decoration condition. Condition: Minor wear to enamel and glaze bubbles on blue band. 6.25 inches.
English Copper Lustre Jug, c. 1830. Six panels with enameled flower decoration. Excellent condition with some very minor wear to enamel. 6 inches high. 6 inches.
English Copper Lustre Goblet, c. 1830. Blue band with enameled applied floral decoration. Terrific urn shape. 4 1/2 inches.
English Copper Lustre Footed Bowl, c. 1830. Blue band with enameled applied floral decoration. Perfect condition. 3 1/8 inches x 4 7/8 inches.
Unusual arrangement of Courthouse Steps in which each block is set on the diagonal. Wonderful combination of solids with printed wool fabrics that are set off by the tiny red centers of each block. Measures 68" square; Pennsylvania origin. Slight damage to one corner visible in thumbnail #8. Circa 1890.