Charming and whimsical, this fabulous Fifties Murano Figure of a musician playing the cymbals is attributed to the great Barovier. Rare black face, 7" high, in excellent condition. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
Carlton Ware's Moonlight Cameo Pattern is a great example of Art Deco design, featuring a pair of silhouetted figures dancing in the moonlight and blowing bubbles. This rare vase does not have the figures in medallions, but rather has made a feature of twilight background colours and a complex fairyland tree with a large root system. The figures appear twice on the vase, once with 3 graduated swallows. This RARE piece stands 8 1/4" high and is in very good condition with fine crazing an ...click for details
Stunning and rare Royal Doulton advertising Whiskey Water Jug for King George IV Old Scotch. This jug is a replica of an 1830 jug and produced around 1936. It stands 5 1/4" high and is in Excellent condition! Please refer to Westcott Page 123 for an analysis on investment with particular reference to this jug doubling in value during the preceding five years. This piece also commemorates milestones in the life of King George IV. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Excellent condition with no chips, cr ...click for details
This stunning example of Art Deco carltonware is 4 1/2" high and in Excellent condition. It has the blue scripted mark and impressed 1234 with pattern 3643. Note the deco balance of 3 upper ribs to 2 lower ribs. A variety of trees are shown, some with fruit, and some with enamelled jewels. An exquisite piece! SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
The Royal Doulton COACHING DAYS Series was designed by Victor Venner and in production from 1905 - 1955. There are 20 recorded scenes and this Trio features scene 16: 'Man with trunk, coach approaching through snow' on the cup, and scene 12: 'Coach going up hill, attendants walking' on the 5 1/2" saucer and 6" plate. This fabulous set features the Yellow Door Coach and is in the finer Bone China (E3804) in Excellent condition - no chips, cracks, repairs or crazing. SATI ...click for details
The Jackdaw of Rheims is one of the Ingoldsby Legends, a series of tales written by Richard Harris Barham in 1840. It concerns a cheeky Jackdaw who steals the Cardinal's ring but returns it when he suffers from a curse put on the thief. He then becomes so pious he is canonised on his death. This series was in production from 1906 to 1930 (D2532, D6378, E3305). There are 16 different scenes. These 3 rare Vases have Ivy Wall borders. Scene 11, BUT NO! THEY CAN'T FIND THE RING! on the 11&qu ...click for details
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.