This cheese dome was made by Minton of Stoke; Staffordshire England circa 1900. The coloring of this piece was inspired by “Oriental” design, specifically Imari Porcelain. The floral under glaze pattern was hand painted with iron red enamel that was applied over the glaze.
Size: Plate; 7” x 8 ½”. Top; highest point 3 ¾” lowest point, 2”
The wash pitcher may be lacking the basin but this is still a stunning piece for display, iced beverages or a floral bouquet. The paneled topped with scalloped rim is transfer decorated with alternating panels with a floral motif in the esthetic movement style. The body of the pitcher is round and as it meets the base it is rippled...
The plate is decorated with shades of medium blue. The border is comprised of scrolling foliage and clusters of flowers framing the idyllic rocky landscape with sheep grazing bellow a manor house. The verso is marked “England” and a blurry company logo.
Size: 10 ¼” diameter
The plate is molded with a shallow well and twelve sides. The generous band is decorated with a basket weave design and is punctuated with three reserves centered by an urn. The center of the plate is decorated with a romantic scene including several urns or vases. The verso is marked with a factory mark...
The scalloped oval form has a raised rim in scrolling foliage with a reticulated border. The underside is unmarked.
Size: 1 ½” high 11 ½” X 10 ¼”
Condition: Very Good to Excellent, crazing
The wide rim on the lobbed bowl is reticulated with alternating heart and oval designs with embossed foliate design. The rim has a raised edge that leads to the center of the bowl. The underside is unmarked
Size: 1 ½” high 10” X 8 ½”
Condition: Very good, three small chips to foot rim
The round plate with a shallow well has a reticulated border of stylized flowers, hearts and discs. The rim of the plate has a delicate beaded border. There are no markings.
Size: 9 ½” high
Condition: Very good to excellent, small flake/chip on foot rim
The round plate is molded in the form of overlapping leaves of various sizes. The rim is in the form of a fine vine. The verso has an impressed mark of an anchor and the word Davenport.
Size: 9” diameter
$125.00 (sale price $71.00)
The round plate with a stylized floral band in relief is hand decorated in blue, red, and greens. The center is transfer decorated in blue depicting children at work. The round image is framed with a phrase, Industry pays debts, while despair encreaseth them. He that hath a trade hath an estate...
The rectangular form with rounded corners is decorated in a traditional “Blue Willow” pattern in a medium blue color. The border in geometric scroll work, spheres and scales frames the pictorial center. The verso is marked with a blue logo “Warranted, Staffordshire, IC & Co.” within a ribbon banner...
The pair of dishes is scalloped and trimmed in gold. The interior is painted in small sprigs of blue and green cornflowers. The dishes where purchased at the Ellen Stern Galleries in Cleveland, Ohio.
Size: 8” X 8 ½” 2” high
Condition: Excellent, gold is rubbed
The scalloped and embossed form is trimmed in gold leading to a French Blue band framing a botanical center surrounded by a scalloped frame. These plates are gorgeous and would be a great accent for a cabinet or on a wall. The verso is marked “1633”
Size: 8 7/8” diameter
Condition: Very Good to Excellent, slight but expected rubbing to gold and one plate has a small flake on the verso
$195.00 / pair
The set includes a teapot, creamer, sugar bowl and six cups and saucers. The set is decorated in a blue transferware depicting life in a small village. The teapot is marked “Nell’s Lonely Walk” while each of the pieces are not identical they all are charming village scenes. The verso is marked with a large factory mark “Ridgeway, Humphrey, Clock, W.R.S...
The rectangular platter with rounded corners is transfer decorated in the classic Blue Willow style. The verso is stamped in blue “J T Hudden & Co. Longton within a round medallion. The platter is fitted with a custom hanger.
Size: 18 ½” X 14”
Condition: Very Good to Excellent, the verso has wear and minor staining; the front has slight wear and a firing mark.
The shapely dessert dish is by Bathwell & Goodfellow. The surface is decorated in a light and medium blue transfer ware depicting the bridge of Lucano in Italy. The verso is marked with a blue stamp of a crown surrounded by a ribbon reading “Bridge, Lucano, Italy.”
Size: 8” X 7 ¼” 1 ½” high
The creamware body with applied handle is decorated with black transferware medallions. The one medallion is the map of Washington DC and the verso depicts a monument to George Washington and the phrase “Washington in Glory.” The verso has two paper labels “Stewart’s Inc, Louisville” and Arthur True & Co...
The round plates are transfer decorated in a mulberry floral garland framing an image of an active port. The decoration is enhanced by a luster ground. The verso is marked “FERRARA, WEDGWOOD, ETRURIA, ENGLAND, AL4470S” along with impressed letters “WEDGWOOD, 11W33.”
Size: 10” diameter
$250.00 / set
The tri-color jug in tonal celadon and sage green glaze with cut decoration and bead work at the collar is marked on the verso.
Size: 5 ½” high, 4 1/8” diameter (rim)
Condition: Very good, interior with discoloration and crazing
$65.00 (sale price $32.50)