An Art Nouveau porcelain table centrepiece relief moulded with stylized lily decoration and pre-Raphaelite style figures of a youth and a maiden. This item was designed by Ernst Wahuss and produced by Amphora (Austria) circa 1890 - 1910.
Condition: excellent - no losses or damages and no repairs or restoration.
33cm (13 inches) long; 17cm (6.7 inches) high.
A rare pair of Pearlware pottery figures depicting Venus and Neptune made in Staffordshire during either the late 18th or very early 19th Century. A similar pair of figures are illustrated in "The price Guide to 18th Century English Pottery" by Sally Mount, published by the Antique Collectors' Club (1972).
Condition: there are some losses to the enamel colours; no cracks, no repairs and no restoration.
23.5cm (9.25 inches) high.
A 'mirror' pair of antique 19th Century pottery greyhounds (each holding a hare) made in Staffordshire circa 1860 - 1870.
19cm (7.5 inches) high; 20cm (8 inches) long.
A rare pair of apple green glazed candle holders designed by William Howson Taylor and made at the Ruskin Pottery works in Smethwick, near Birmingham, West Midlands, UK. Both candlesticks have an impressed 1908 datemark to the base.
Condition: excellent - no damages and no repairs.
16cm (6.3 inches) high; 11.5cm (4.5 inches) diameter at the base.
A rare porcelain tea bowl and saucer painted with the "bird on the branch" pattern in under glaze blue and decorated with over glaze iron red and gold in imitation of "Chinese Imari" style. This item was made in the Shaws Brow factory of the Liverpool company, Philip Christian, circa 1765-1778.
Condition: excellent - no chips or cracks and very little wear to the over glaze decoration.
Bowl: 4.5cm (1.75 inches) high; 8.5cm (3.3 inches) diameter.
Saucer: 13cm (5.1 inches) diameter.
A wheel thrown transfer printed and hand painted double-handled "Loving" Chamber Pot made as a novelty wedding gift "Marrige Present", circa 1840, in either Sunderland or Staffordshire.
Condition : there is a re-glued old break to one handle; and there is a curved crack to the rim on the underside which is less shorter on the upper side and does not reach the rim (please view enlargements 6 & 7); no further damages and no restoration.
21.5cm (8.5 inches) diameter; 13cm (5.2 inches) high. For additional pictures and enlargements please view item #0474 on our Liverpool Shop website at 69aliverpool.co.uk
A finely painted and gilded "soft-paste" porcelain breakfast size Moustache Cup (right-handed) dedicated to a John P. Small in 1882, possibly a presentation piece.
Condition: there are two old 1cm hairlines to the rim: no further damages and no restoration.
8cm (3.1 inches) high; 9cm (3.5 inches) diameter.
A rare pair of Rambervillers Ceramique stoneware vases with characteristic thick metallic lustre glaze and mounted on fitted gilt bronze stands. These items were probably made shorly after the establishment of the Rambervillers pottery, circa 1905-1910, and bear the incised signature of its founder Alphonse Cytere.
Condition: excellent - no damages and no repairs or restoration.
26cm (10.25 inches) high.
A rare flesh pink glazed earthenware Art Nouveau style vase painted with Narcissus flowers in green, white and yellow enamels. This item was made, circa 1895, by the Riessner Stellmacher and Kessler "Amphora" factory in the Bohemian village of Trnovany.
Condition: very good - there are minor glaze losses, no cracks and no repairs or restoration.
30cm (11.75inches) high.
For additional enlargements please view item #0377 on our Liverpool Shop website at 69aliverpool.co.uk
A hand-painted moulded earthenware (religious subject) wall plaque with "majolica" glaze, made in the style of the 15th century Italian sculptor and ceramicist Lucia della Robbia. This item was made in Italy during the 19th Century and bears an old shop sticker and an under glaze blue signature on the back.
Condition: Very minor glaze loss to the nose of one angel and to the caps of both - otherwise in extremelly good condition with nochips cracks or restoration.
36.4cm (14.3inches) wide; 22.8cm (9inches) high; 2.4cm (1inch) deep.
A rare 18th Century Liverpool porcelain teapot finely painted with Chinese style "Famille Rose" polychrome enamels. This item was made, circa 1760-1770, by one of two Liverpool makers - either Richard Chaffers & Co (1754-1765) or Phillip Christian (1765-1778) - who consecutively occupied the same factory on Shaws Brow.
Condition: there is no cover and there are small chips to the tip of the spout (please view enlargements); otherwise excellent, with no further damages and no repairs or restoration
11cm (4.3inches) high;18cm (7.1inches) long.
For additional pictures please view #0192 on our recently constructed shop website at 69aliverpool.co.uk.
A Wedgwood stoneware deep blue "Jasperware" milk jug decorated in traditional neo-classical style and made in England between the years 1891 and 1908. Condition - very good - no damages and no repairs. 12cm (4.6 inches) high. Capacity: 1 pint (568 Millilitres).
A rare heavy, and very finely modeled and decorated, Russian bisque figure group depicting a mother and child. This item was made in late 19th Century by the Gardner Porcelain Factory. The base carries the impressed "Gardner" mark in Cyrillic and the Moscow Coat of Arms mark printed in red. Condition - the tips of two of the baby's fingers are missing (enlargement 12) and there is a chip to the small milk ? pot (enlargements 10 & 11); otherwise excellent - no additional damages and no repairs or restoration. 16.5cm (6.5 inches) high. Weight - 916 gm (32 oz).
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A 19th Century Staffordshire Earthenware Jug depicting Admiral Nelson. There is a similar example in the collection of the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London. Condition - excellent - no damages and no restoration. 28.6cm (11.25inches) high.
A rare late 19th or early 20th Century small teapot stand by Wanzenried, Thoune Pottery, Switzerland. Condition - very good - no damages and no restoration.