A fine english porcelain bute shape cup & saucer painted in roses and gilt. It has a red Derby mark and the pattern No. 690 to the base.
Dating from c.1810, the saucer measures 5 3/8inches (13.7 cm) across.
It is in very good condition with only very minor wear to the gilding in the well of the saucer and rim.
A nicely moulded parian spill vase modelled with cherubs in white on a green ground. It is marked T J & J Mayer.
Dating from 1843-55, it stands 5 inches (12.7 cm) high.
There are some very minor frits to the foot rim. It is in very good condition.
A staffordshire pottery jug made by F & R Pratt, Fenton of pot lid fame. It has 2 rare prints of birds ( Red backed shrike ref 661 and a lesser spotted woodpecker ref 662) on a rich blue ground.
Dating from the C19th., it stands 5 3/4inches (14.7 cm) high.
There is a chip to the rim, a couple of tiny chips to the blue enamel and crazing to the glaze. Please study photos.
Four unusual, small Chinese export cups and saucers with decoration of Tiger, bird, butterfly, rockery, Spring blooms and sea life. Though plenty of green in these, they would appear to lean toward famille rose. The yellow-green background over wave pattern reminds of some English production and perhaps there may be some cross influence here - particularly relating to some English interpretation of Japanese kakiemon. In any event, strange things can come out of centuries of trade. Ca 1910...
This is a Beswick Pottery Beatrix Potter storybook figurine of Peter Rabbit’s sisters, Fopsy, Mopsy and Cottontail. Approx. 1 1/2 inches tall. Excellent condition – no chips, cracks or repairs. Backstamp is BP3b.
The Derby porcelain Coffee Can is decorated in the "King" pattern, circa 1810.
Condition: excellent Height: 2.5 inches Width: 2 inches
This is rare - a Wembley Ware Kookaburra won as a prize at the Fremantle Blessing of the Fleet Fair in 1960 in MINT condition! I have never seen these rare colours on a kookaburra before. What a beaut! SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Please click on TESTIMONIALS to see what our customers are saying about us. Subscribe to our monthly newsletter - just send us an email.
Antique vases, and plates tell a sweet fruit story
Stunning Art Deco Carlton Ware Jazz set pattern 5021 in excellent condition.
Fabulous Henriot Quimper plate 6 1/4" in diameter in excellent condition. Marked as shown. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
The Royal Doulton EGYPTIAN POTTERY Series was in production from 1911 - 1929. In 1923, a year after the discovery of Tutankhamen’s tomb, the design was modified to include the sub-title ‘Tutankhamen’s Treasures, Luxor, Egypt’. There are 16 different scenes. This impressive piece stands 2 foot high and is in excellent condition. Please email for more pics, and remember, YOUR SATISFACTION IS MY UNCONDITIONAL GUARANTEE!
This exquisite, handpainted 9 1/4" cabinet plate was made in England by Coalport for the famous American retailer Gilman Collamore. The plate is beautifully formed with a raised, reticulated rim that is encrusted in gold. Just inside the rim is a beautiful gold vine with turquoise and cobalt raised flowers. The picture is a detailed rendering of a pinnated grouse. There is some light crazing on the back and front of the plate. See also product #s 169469 and 169471 on the previous page.
Rare and unique Fulper Musical Jug with original wood music box. Jug plays a beautiful full bodied tune when picked up which turns off when set down. Glaze is Fulper's fine Chinese speckled blue-green turquoise glaze with a brown over glaze shading the neck area. This three sided jug is pinched in on all 3 sides as is the original 3 sided stopper. The piece measures 10 1/2" high by 6" wide on each of the three sides and is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or scratches.
This is an extremely rare 10 1/2" MAORI pattern portrait plate by Royal Doulton for the New Zealand market in great condition!