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Decorated, shaped, shallow bowl in the Imari fashion. 15 cm diameter in excellent condition.
Collect from Chichester or dispatched with Royal Mail 2nd Class
A rare 18th century Liverpool tea bowl in soft paste by Phillip Christian. Liverpool porcelain is a soft-paste porcelain which is a little heavy and opaque. These pieces were produced ...
An early 18th century Chinese Delft tea bowl of typical form and having a blue on white design, depicting landscape scenery, possibly made in England for export to China.
There is ...
Elaborately decorated Japanese Meiji Period Imari (Arita) bowl with Fuku mark. Footed shallow bowl. The interior decorated with a central landscape panel encircled by shaped panels with flowers and Karakusa scrolls. The ...
A delightful small Edwardian bowl by the great name of Crown Derby. This lovely piece, has a gently flared rim, with a gilded band to the top and bottom. The ...
Large 18th Century Chinese Porcelain Bowl circa 1765 Qianlong Period. The powder blue ground with famille rose decoration and vigorously enamelled with exotic birds midst foliage also with three cartouche ...
Chinese Quianlong Yellow Dragon Bowl. It has a Quianlong mark to the base but this is a later representation.
18th Century soft paste Liverpool porcelain slop bowl, transfer printed in underglaze blue with a pattern of floral sprays and sprigs, the inner rim decorated with a cell and ...
A Worcester First Period sugar or small slop bowl, the exterior press moulded with 24 concave flutes, hand-painted in underglaze blue with the 'Fruit Sprays' pattern (ref. Branyon, French & ...
A most attractive porcelain flared bowl on a shaped foot. Most likely English but we are not sure. Decorated in a loose Japanese style. Wonderful gilding and enamel work. Mint ...
A lovely, large and deep fruitwood dairy bowl date from around 1880. Crack to one side, but otherwise good condition and great colour.
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A crystalline glazed bowl, c.1930, conical form, mottled blue ochre, impressed marks.
Beautiful ogee form bowl by Walter Crane and William S. Mycock for Pilkingtons. Decorated with a band of lions rampant above alternating hearts and roses, 1932 impressed marks and painted ...
Fruit lustre bowl with everted rim; the exterior with fruiting tree branches on a patchwork ground.
Susannah Margaretta "Daisy" Makeig-Jones (1881–1945) was a pottery designer for Wedgwood. She is best known ...
A charming twin lipped bowl by the Hammersley Factory. This delightful example stands on four feet, decorated with gilded acanthus leaves. It has a lightly fluted body and extensive gilded ...
Lovely small green dish or bowl designed by Wilhelm Kage for the Gustavsberg porcelain factory. The bowl dates to the 1930s and is set on a small base.
It is decorated ...
A fine blue/green glazed earthenware Studio Pottery bowl, retailed by The Wise Owl Gallery St Just, Cornwall.
Artist signed to the base Darlene (D.Jennings), dated 98. Original gallery label.
Worcester Fence Pattern Tea Bowl. Decorated with fence, flowers and foliage. Small building and birds. Small flower at bottom of bowl. Double blue line inside rim. Crescent mark.
A highly decorative bowl
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Hamolgemout (I think ?)
This is a magnificent Hannah Barlow bowl, made for Doulton Lambeth and date stamped 1880.
This stoneware bowl has a squat rounded, cylindrical form, sgraffito decorated with a farmer and ...
A duck bowl in red eosin glaze by Janos Fekete (1929-1999) for Zsolnay, Hungary. This charming small modernist bowl of a stylised duck by Janos Fekete who joined the Zsolnay ...
A collection of three 19th Century antique earthenware dairy bowls.
Charming Victorian majolica game pie dish by Minton formed as a woven basket entwined with oak leaves and topped with a rabbit, mallard and a blackbird. Turquoise ground inside to ...
A pretty dessert dish by the Davenport manufactory with a shaped rim and twin acanthus moulded handles with pierced detailing. A vivid cranberry ground frames a large central reserve hand ...
A rare and beautiful Moorcroft “Hibiscus” bowl. Purple and yellow flowers on blue background to the exterior whilst the inside has a light blue background with a darker blue spiral ...
Japanese Meiji period Satsuma earthenware bowl, painted in coloured enamels and over-glaze gilding with two ladies wearing brocade robes in a framed panel against flowering plants on a gold-stippled ground, ...
Beautiful early 20th century Wedgwood Lustre blue bowl with orange centre, hummingbird pictated inside and around the outside. The bowl has the original sellers stickers on the reverse.
This stunning bowl a beautiful example of Flame Fairyland in a large size. It is in the version of Fairyland which uses a bright orange flambe glaze for the ...
Fine small vintage decorative Dragons porcelain in the late 'Qing Dynasty style' Oriental Chinese ripple bowl. Featuring such lovely hand painted scenes of green & red dragons also flowers, with ...
A late 19th Century Samson of Paris bowl. This large, deep porcelain bowl is decorated with brightly coloured painted flowers, applied piping and a gilded border. Maker’s mark to base.
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