One of a number of fanciful characters created by Thomas Steele for THE SPECTATOR, a literary magazine first published in 1711, Sir Roger is depicted as the perfect country gentleman. He is shown at work and play, in love, as a good churchman and strong Tory. The series was in production from 1911 to 1949 and features 17 scenes. Here is scene 14, Sir Roger as a magistrate in court. Jug has silver rim and 3 3/4" high. Vases 2 1/2" and 3 1/4" high respectively. All pieces in excelle ...click for details
Royal Doulton celebrated the end of the Great War (1914-1918) with several themes including this lovely pun, which features a 'Waac' with a handsome Australian soldier. An ideal receptacle for those wax matches of yesteryear too! Produced in 1919, it is 4 1/2" in diameter and in excellent condition. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
Royal Doulton Bone China Jug by Henry Mayo Bateman (1887-1970) date marked for 1938. This rare piece is 5 1/2" high. It features scene 12: Officer with monocle, scene 13: Soldiers marching, and scene 14: Soldiers presenting arms. MADE FOR G.B.&S. LONDON. Bateman was a social satirist with a gift for caricature who contributed humorous drawings to most of the leading magazines of the 1920's and 1930's, such as PUNCH and THE TATLER. Excellent condition. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
Rare brown stoneware Whisky Carafe advertising THE MOSSGIEL BLEND Registered, 10" high in excellent condition. Marked DOULTON LAMBETH in oval and W on base. Turquoise Side Panel marked: JOHN BROWN & Co MANCHESTER with Art Nouveau scrolls. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
Fabulous Chintz VINTAGE Tea Set in the Royal Winton ROYALTY pattern. 6 Cups and Saucers, 3 side plates (6" in diameter), creamer and sugar bowl, and a Cake Plate (9" in diameter) in Excellent Condition. 2 More side plates in poor condition are included too. (Total 20 pieces) These are the early vintage pieces and not new, although it looks like they have never been used! SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
The Royal Doulton EARLY MOTORING Series was in production from 1905 to 1928 and designed by G Holdcroft. There are 9 different scenes. Featured here are 4 pieces from scene 2, DEAF, showing an elderly gentleman out for a stroll in the middle of the road, quite oblivious to the noisy contraption bearing down on him! An extremely rare 8" Tobacco Jar (SOLD), a 10 1/2" Rackplate (Dec 1906), a 9 1/2" Rack Plate (Feb 1907) and a 6" Jug. All pieces are in Excellent condition! SATIS ...click for details
Royal Doulton Stoneware Vase featuring raised Art Nouveau motifs on a mottled cobalt blue ground. 9" high in excellent condition. Marked with the monogram of Rosina Harris, who was Senior Assistant and Lambeth Artist from 1879-1883. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
The Royal Doulton Dickens Ware Series (D2973) was in production from 1908 to 1930 and was designed by C.J.Noke. There are 31 different characters. This extremely RARE Tea Caddy features Bill Sykes and has the original lid! It is signed Noke and has the special backstamp. It is in PRISTINE condition with no chips, cracks, repairs or crazing! SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.