English Worcester Porcelain Plate, c. 1770. Scalloped edge with mazarine blue and gilt border with wonderful floral bouquet and sprig decoration. Excellent condition. 8 1/2 inches/
A Royal Doulton Chiné jug or pitcher with pewter lid, c 1890, partly gilt and enamelled in turquoise, blue and white. The Chiné pattern, where a textile – lace - was pressed into the clay to create the desired effect, was invented by Slater, director of Doulton from 1887 to 1936. Marks: Royal Doulton, Slater’s Patent and RH for designer Rosina Harris. Height 8"/20 cm. Condition: restoration to tip of spout.
Copeland Spode: six small blue and white cups and saucers and a milk jug, a part toy tea service. All transfer-printed in the Italian pattern, early 20th century. Height of the little jug:/ "1 ¾ / 4,3 cm, of the cups: 2 ¼"/5,5 cm, diam. of saucers: 4"/10,5 cm. All marked Copeland Spode´s Italian England. Condition: one saucer with a discreet star crack, otherwise fine.
A blue and white transfer-printed plate, Spode’s Italian. This pattern, introduced as early as 1816, turned out to be an ever(blue)green – it is still being produced. The marks of this plate indicate a date around 1880. Diameter 8 ¾"/22,5 cm. Condition: fine.
This is an early English blue and white transfer print porcelain bowl, marked "Marathon" and what appears to be "P" "L" "F" and "5" or "P" "F" with a faux Chinese mark in underglaze blue; the outer surface of the bowl is molded with fluting and branches and has a blue and white floral transfer design on two sides; the overall crackle pattern and the blue glaze splatters outside the design area seem to represent the early period technique; condition: several glaze imperfections and minor flakes o...
An extremely rare and charming pottery figure, with colored glaze decoration, of a hyena or jackal. Condition is superb, with no flaws or damage at all. 3 1/4" tall.
Early English Worcester Porcelain Blue and White Bowl, c. 1770. House and tree pattern. Typical Worcester brocade border on the inside of bowl. Perfect condition. 7 3/4 inches.
English Worcester Porcelain Scalloped Edge Plate, c. 1770. Blue scale ground with floral decoration. Perfect condition. 8 1/2 inches.
A set of three pink luster English porcelain tea saucers. The steeply angled sides are decorated with underglaze pink luster decoration as well as green and iron red flowers. In the first part of the 19th century, hot tea was poured from the cup into the saucer to cool before being drunk directly from the saucer. The bottoms are marked with decorators’ numbers.
Origin: England, ca. 1830. Condition: very good, normal wear to pink luster decoration; no chips or cracks...
English Derby Porcelain Trio, c. 1800-25. The trio consists of a coffee can, tea cup, and saucer. Beautiful gold work and shaded blue floral decoration. Excellent condition. Saucer, 5 3/8 inches; tea cup, 2 3/8 inches high; can, 2 1/2 inches high.
English Leeds-Style Pottery Miniature Creamware Compote, c. 1790-1810. Glaze is crackled. A very nice piece. 4 1/2 inches high x 6 inches wide.
Measuring just 2.75 inches high, this lovely Copper Lustre Creamer or mini Jug, is in impeccable condition-- no chips, breaks, hairlines, etc! Delicate floral and leaf patterning in copper is set against a pretty bright blue band. Nicely swirled applied handle! A very sweet addition to one's copper lustre collection!
A Elegantly Designed Sprig Pattern Pitcher With a Mulberry Design on the Handle and Body on a white Background. Circa 1850; some hairlines, but otherwise in very good condition.
Approx. 8" high. Good condition.
Fine hand painted Pitcher with sprays of flowers including nasturtiums, and various other flowers in shades of lavender to pink, and blue all on a cream colored back ground. The rich gold gilding on the handle, rim of spout, foot and accents on the flowers is in excellent condition as is the entire piece. It is much larger than the average size one would usually see, and measures 7" tall and approximately 6" in diameter including the handle. Truly a beautiful piece.Circa 1880...
A Set of Twelve Royal Doulton Plates; dimension, 9" in diameter. Marked with Reg. No. 594902 for 1910, and Royal Doulton mark. Very good condition.
A Set of Six Mintons Dinner Plates (Minton & Boyle Period mark; 1836-1841). Dimensions; 10" in diameter. Minton's and WS imprint and Minton and Boyle mark. Very Good Condition, with some wear.
An Old French Faience Armorial Plate, Bearing the Arms for the Monjoye Family "an old French name dating to at least the 17th century). Plate is believed to be from the early/mid 19th century, or earlier. Dimensions; 10" in diameter. Plate has some crazing and some fretting on the rim. Mark on bottom.