Offered here is a very early Wedgwood creamware tray with a crest consisting of a crown over an N. The tray is oblong, and measures 10" by 6". The tray is in excellent condition with no cracks, chips or repairs. There are a couple of tiny nips to the glaze on the edge.
This is a fine, large flow blue meat platter, measuring a very generous 20" by 15.5", with the well and tree depression in the bottom, and is raised on a 1" rim. The pattern is BOHEMIA, marked KAOLIN WARE, and the registry mark indicates a patent date of 1844. There are 2 marks on the platter, one being clearly a manufacturing flaw. The other one looks like it is part in the making, because the glaze covers it, but it looks also like that was the point at which some rubbing occ ...click for details
Offered here is a very decorative plate, one of two identical plates that I have for sale, in cobalt blue, melon, and heavily decorated in gilt. There are three dog heads on the front of each plate and a Greek key border on the interior and outer rim. Both plates are in excellent condition. They are made by Paragon China in Staffordshire England between 1909-1920. They each measure 7" in diameter. Very decorative plates, and very elegant.
Here we have the very stunning pattern, Bandanna, used by both Ashworth and Mason's. The tray has a bold red ground with foo lions and cloud patterns covering the surface. The edge is trimmed in a deep magenta. The tray has shaped handles and a scalloped edge. It is in excellent condition. It bears the impressed Ashworth mark, and dates to around 1860. The tray measures approximately 10" from handle to handle.
This is a wonderful 19th century majolica jug with a lion on each side. The colors are scrumptuous, as all majolica is, and it has that deep raspberry interior. I think this in English, but I could be wrong. There is one little glaze gap on the spout, in the making, that is felt more than seen, otherwise no flaws. Not quite 4.5" high.
Offered here is a large and handsome vase of pottery, that is English arts & crafts. It dates to the beginning of the 20th century. It has an incised decoration of flowers and foliage, enameled in blues, cream and gold on a taupe colored ground. It stands approximately 16" high, and is about 8" in diameter at the widest part. It is a wonderful size to use as an umbrella stand or for walking sticks. It is in excellent condition.
Here we have a bright and beautiful majolica dish in vibrant red, green and gold. Made in England around 1880, the dish is in lovely condition. There are some gaps in the glaze around the edge that are very hard to see, and they look to be more in the making than actual damage. The dish is 8" by 6" approximately.
Offered here is a fine and early Worcester overlapping leaf form tray measuring 14" by 10". The fine floral motif features a large bouquet of roses and other flowers in naturalistic form and colors, along with smaller sprays scattered about. The veining of the overlapping leaves is prominently embossed with the main vein of each from the stem to the tip enamelled in purple. There is some rubbing to the enamel in the high spots, and about half a dozen small frits along the edges that ...click for details
Offered here is a fine English imari plate by Royal Crown Derby, dating to the late 19th century. It is King's pattern. The plate is in mint condition and measures 9" in diameter. There are 3 identical plates available.
This is a fine little English imari jug of early Derby porcelain. I have not seen one in this size and shape before so I'm betting it may be rather scarce. It is less than 3" at the highest point. It is in mint condition. Circa 1800.