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Large Delft Blue & white charger boats on a canal with a windmill. Stamped to the rear.
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Very pretty Flight Barr & Barr period Worcester ring handled coffee can and saucer with an unusual pseudo-oriental pattern seeming to combine both Japanese and Chinese elements in a vivid ...
Heathcote china tea set. 1930s vintage Heathcote bone china tea set includes: 6 cups,saucers, plates, 1 cake plate, bowl & jug.
Large Blue & White Delft Charger, horse pulling a carriage
Stamped on the back. If you would like any more information on this piece or would like to go ahead ...
Copeland Spode Willow Mandarin dessert set. Serving bowl & 4 smaller bowls.
Antique large Chinese made Satsuma vase c.1900-50
Would look amazing in the right location! Large and impressive.
Overall maximum dimensions: 20cm diameter x 37cm high.
Stock No. 5063.
This is a particularly nice example of this type of ware which has been made predominantly in Caldas da Rainha in Portugal from the mid 19th century. It is made ...
This plaque is made at the Sarreguemines factory in France and bears their printed mark for 1875-1900. It is hand painted in the colours typical of Italian majolica, with a ...
This is a 19th Century antique Blue and White transfer print one pint jug with transfer printed scene of ruins midst landscape. The front of the jug with 1 Pint ...
First Period Worcester large square dessert dish painted underglaze with the Rubber Tree Plant pattern. Nicely shaped rim, quite deep and with moulded flutes running from the indents in the ...
Nice 18th century Worcester mask jug with moulded cabbage leaf detail to the body and printed in the Parrot Pecking Fruit pattern, c.1775, with a geometric border inside and outside ...
A pretty early Derby figure of Water from the series of The Four Seasons modelled by Pierre Stephan, c.1780. Set on an octagonal base with Greek key moulding, the figure ...
Large NAO figurine of a girl sat on a rock holding flowers
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This is an unusual German antique porcelain Devil's Head matchstriker with original glass eyes and striker to back of the head.
Antique Doulton Lambeth Coffee Pot, nice design in traditional colours.
A striking bone china cabinet plate made at the Collingwood Brothers factory at Longton in Staffordshire, around 1890. Decorated with a pale cream ground, overlaid with a design of ...
A striking bone china cabinet plate made at the Collingwood Brothers factory at Longton in Staffordshire, around 1890. Decorated with a pale cream ground overlaid with a design of ...
Beautiful 19th century Staffordshire figure of a large cow with a milkmaid sat beneath. Red and cream cow on a green decorated oval base. In great condition with minimal wear ...
A bone china tea cup and saucer manufactured at the Staffordshire factory of Samuel Alcock, around 1830. White ground decorated with groups of hand-painted flowers and leaves in pink, red, ...
A bone china cream bowl and cover made in Staffordshire around 1840. Designed in the rococo revival style and decorated with gilt flowers and tendrils with hand-painted leaves in green ...
Here is an impressive and beautifully made vase from the great period of English designer-led art pottery.
Frederick Rhead, one of the great English art pottery designers and the father of ...
This is a very good example of English majolica from its heyday, with a striking design absolutely typical of the Aesthetic movement, using Japanese inspired motifs of fans, birds ...
This is an elegant vase made by the firm of James Dudson in Hanley, Staffordshire, in about 1850.
In the 1830's Dudson began to produce their Mosaic ware, which involved impressing ...
Antique large bisque porcelain figural group Jesus with two children attentively by his side, very well moulded and subtly coloured, accented with raised gilded features, all presented in nice condition, ...
This very interesting and attractive gourd-shaped vase is the output of Thomas Forester's Phoenix Works in Longton, Stoke-on -Trent, Staffordshire, England, the heart of the British pottery industry in the ...
This very striking pair of vases are a bit of a mystery. They are porcelain, hand painted (not previously transfer printed) with two different friezes which appear to show ...
Reginald Marlow comes from the pioneer generation of British studio potters. He studied under William Staite Murray and shared with him a love for Chinese style glaze techniques such ...
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