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Antique Georgian blue & white pottery coffee pot. Adams style coffee pot, the elegant body with blue and white transfer print pastoral scene in cobalt blue presented in nice condition, ...
Georgian Pottery Coffee Pot elegantly styled in a Adams style and amply decorated in pink Sunderland Lustre with a naive country style. It is presented in nice condition, mentioned for ...
An excellent quality, Royal Doulton coffee set, beautiful hand painted decoration.
What a pretty little thing...
Lenox, an American company founded in 1889 by Walter Scott Lenox as Lenox's Ceramic Art Company. Initially they began as an Art Studio making one off ...
Country Homes Antiques Scotland est. 1985
Worcester Fruits Coffee Pot. Decorated with apples grapes and strawberries. Artist E Townsend. The pot and lid are in perfect condition although there is a ...
A collection of Paragon china coffee/tea wares with pale green speckled glaze finish, comprising coffee pot, cream jug, sugar bowl, six cups and six saucers . c1935
Paragon China was first ...
Superb Antique Continental Victoria Carlsbad Austrian Porcelain Tea Set, featuring Continental Royalty and dignitaries notable to include Louis XIV Marie Antoinette Lady Pompadour, to name but a few. This striking ...
A fine early Coalport porcelain Tea Service in Rococo Style c.1820's finely painted on rich maroon ground and elaborate gilding, comprising a teapot, sucre lidded bowl, jug, slop bowl, ...
A glazed black basalt coffee pot and cover from the Staffordshire factory of Lydia Cyples, produced around 1810. Of urn shape with scrolling handle and high, domed cover. The coffee ...
Antique Beyer & Bock Porcelain Tea Service colourfully decorated with classical scenes after the renowned artist Angelica Kauffman. The printed scenes featuring Kaufmann's signature.
The factory of Ferdinand Beyer and Theodore ...
This is a good and fine collection of Royal Winton Chintz (Marion pattern). The set contains 6 coffee cans, 6 saucers, coffee pot, cream & sugar bowl all in perfect ...
Please see the last image of a small pot ascribed to Dresser by an auction rooms with the same flying swallows. Please see images of items very similar ascribed to ...
First period Worcester coffee cup and saucer in a pretty and unusual pattern of 3 alternating wrythen panels with blue fret mark, c.1770. The panels are comprised of a beep ...
Worcester first period blue and white trio in The Man in the Pavilion pattern:- comprising coffee cup, tea bowl and saucer.
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