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.
Quintessential Art Nouveau Trio by Wileman, the pottery that later became Shelley. Excellent condition. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Please click on TESTIMONIALS to see what our customers are saying about us.
The Royal Doulton Old English Scenes (Aldin B) Series was in production from 1926. There are 7 different scenes. Featured here is a 6 1/2" (17cm) Tobacco Jar with scene 2, Mounted huntsman looking down at dogs. The rear shows an unlisted scene of a cottage and another pack of dogs heading towards the horse in the front. This piece (D4507) bears the signature of Cecil Aldin and is in very good condition with normal age crazing. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Please click on TESTIMONIALS to see wha ...click for details
RARE Royal Doulton New Zealand Views A Sheep 9" Rack Plate in Excellent condition. Date stamped for May 1910. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Please click on TESTIMONIALS to see what our customers are saying about us.
Rare Royal Doulton White Haired Clown Character Jug by Harry Fenton No D6322 Issued 1951-1955 in Excellent Unblemished Condition. No chips, cracks, repairs or crazing. Great opportunity to add a very rare piece to your collection. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Please click on TESTIMONIALS to see what our customers are saying about us.
The Royal Doulton WILTSHIRE MOONRAKERS Series (D4625) was in production from 1926 to 1946. There are 6 different scenes. This 8" square plate features Scene 1 - Two men raking in pond and explaining to customs official 'We'm raking out that cheese, Zur'. Special Backstamp: Down "Vizes Way" in days of old, The "Sizemen" then were proper sold, To see a crazy headed loon, Rake at the shadder of the moon. Excellent condition with no chips, cracks, repairs and NO ...click for details
The Royal Doulton Famous Sailing Ships Series was in production from 1938 to 1958. There are 17 different ships. Featured here is: THE SIRIUS, which carried Captain Phillip to Sydney in 1778, on a 4 1/2" jug in very good condition with no chips, repairs and NO crazing! It does have a tight hairline inside near the handle and is priced accordingly. This series (D5957) features fabulous relief work. Please feel free to send me your wish list. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
This comical series signed by Bruce Bairnsfather was made as "A Souvenir of the Great War" by Grimwades (early Royal Winton). 'MADE BY THE GIRLS OF STAFFORDSHIRE DURING THE WINTER OF 1917 WHEN THE BOYS WERE IN THE TRENCHES FIGHTING FOR LIBERTY AND CIVILIZATION.' Here is a very rare shaving mug with the appropriate scene depicting a soldier getting a shave. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.