Beautiful antique child's black transferware pitcher that dates to 1830's. Both sides have a pattern of a damsel with a basket and her lamb with hollyhocks. There is a nice pattern around the neck and on both sides of the spout, around the foot and down the handle. It measures 3.25" high to the highest point and about 3" wide. There is a chip on the bottom foot. A beautiful antique piece!
Gorgeous antique begonia leaf majolica platter, c. 1850. The platter measures 12" long and 8" wide at its widest points. The platter has a brown stem handle, pale pink outer border with green/brown center. There are no chips or cracks and there is overall crazing. A similar platter on Ebay is for $195 and has damage. A beautiful piece!
Wonderful antique Staffordshire figurine of a woman and a man with and English Setter dog and the woman is holding a sheep. The man has a hat and is holding an instrument. The large figurine is a pocket watch holder with a slot for a pocket watch. The figurine measures 12" high and 8" wide. There are several hairline cracks and one little knick on the man's beret. Still, in excellent condition for dating to 1850's!
Fabulous antique Staffordshire figurine of a Scottish woman and her dog, c. 1850. The figurine measures 5.5" high and 4.5" wide. There are no chips or cracks, but there is heavy overall crazing and some loss of paint.
Antique Victorian fairing box that dates to the 1880's made in Germany. The Germans made these fairings for the British market that were sold at the Victorian fairs, hence the name fairings. The box has a lid with a child looking at a mirror. The bottom of the box is a fireplace with 2 dragons flanking the fireplace. The box measures 4.5" high, 3" long and about 2" wide. There are no chips or cracks and most of the gold highlights have faded. A great addition to your collection!
Large Antique Staffordshire figurine of 2 girls, one on a horse and the other standing by. It is quite large measuring 13.5" high and about 10" wide. This was purchased in England believing it was an original dating to 1840's, but now not so sure. There are no chips or cracks, but there is overall crazing. The sides do have seam marks which figurines made in the 1840's have seam marks and most reproductions do not have seam marks...
Beautiful antique Acorn green leaf Majolica handled dish/platter that dates to 1880's. The green coloring is beautiful along with the gorgeous details. It measures 10" long and 8" wide. There are no chips or cracks, but there is quite a bit of green paint loss around the edges. There are no markings. A great addition to your collection!
Antique Victorian aesthetic brown transferware soup tureen dating to around 1884. It has a beautiful transfer pattern with ornate handles and finial. It measures about 5" high and 7.5" wide. There are no chips or cracks, but there is heavy overall crazing and some discoloring. It is marked Hampden. A great addition to your collection!
Huge Antique brown transferware platter dating to the 19th Century. It has a beautiful brown transfer pattern with ribbed embossing around the border. It is huge measuring 18" long and 14" high making it perfect for your turkey! Just in time for the holidays. It is marked Italy. There is only 1 little chip on the back handle, but it has worn smooth so must have happened quite awhile ago. No other chips or cracks and just a few scratches. A great addition to your collection!
Wonderful antique Staffordshire poodle dog figurine carrying a basket full of pigs in his mouth dating to the 19th Century. It measures 7" high and 5.5" long. There are no chips or cracks and there is gold paint missing from the gold pigs in the basket. It has 2502 impressed on his back. Just darling!
Antique petite pair of Staffordshire poodle dogs dating to the 19th Century. They have "spagetti" for fur and are carrying gold baskets in their mouths. They measure 3.75" tall and about 2.5" wide. There is "spagetti" missing and one dog has fading of the black accents that the other dog has and both gold baskets have missing gold. One dog has 3801 embossed on it. There are some chips and cracks to the base. Just a darling pair!
Fabulous large antique French Majolica pitcher, c.1851-1898. It has a beautiful azure blue color background with blue birds, birdsnest, squirrels, and gorgeous branches. The ornate brown handle looks like a tree trunk and it has a dark burgundy interior. It measures 8.5" high and about 6" wide. There are no chips or cracks and the burgundy interior has some loss of paint spots, but these are glazed over so occured before firing...