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Antique pair of majolica pottery circus figural groups as speciman vases charmingly modelled boy as a clown and girl with fan, themed from a travelling circus of the time, the ...
A gorgeous large majolica cheese bell on stand by George Jones. Set on a bright turquoise ground overlaid with apple blossom flowers and an apple tree branch to form the ...
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 ...
Very unusual shaped hot water jug made by the Cantagalli factory c1890. The decoration is a typical Cantagalli pattern and this shape of jug was made and decorated in ...
This superb oil lamp is a great example of Aesthetic Period English household ornament. The majolica base, finished in green glaze, is decorated with moulded owls and bats and ...
A Fabulous Victorian 19th Century Majolica Frog on Melon Jug / Pitcher. The Melon forms the belly of the jug with the frog's mouth, the spout. In very ...
AN ATTRACTIVE MAJOLICA LEAF PLATE.
Nice detail and colouring. Great condition.
Decorative majolica plate with leaf and grape raised decoration with an interesting border surround. Some slight rubbing of the decorative china surface. Very small chip to the plate edge on ...
Multi coloured decorated shell shaped majolica plate. Two small chips, see photos and minor crazing. Does not distract from the overall appearance when on display.
This is a very attractive decorative plate with multi coloured leaf, foliage and strawberry design.
An extremely attractive 19th Century antique majolica plate, decorated with leaves and flowers. Great colourings and condition.
VERY ATTRACTIVE FRENCH MAJOLICA PLATE.
Decorated with flowers, leaves and ferns.
Makers markings on the reverse.
A very attractive majolica plate with hand painted decoration off strawberries, berries and leaves on a background leaf design.
Some slight rubbing to decoration.
DECORATIVE PAIR OF MAJOLICA LEAF PLATES.
Hand painted decoration, rubbed in places on a background leaf design. Makers marks on the reverse 'BURLEIGH WARE'
A very nice decorative "WEDGWOOD" majolica plate in the leaf design. Multi coloured. One very small chip to the edge of the plate.
A decorative pair of majolica plates by 'WEDGWOOD'
Multi coloured leaf design in lovely condition.
'WEDGWOOD' markings on the reverse sides.
A pair of green and white leaf decorated majolica plates.
'PEARLWARE' markings on the reverse.
A rare blue and white 'WEDGWOOD' majolica leaf decorated plate.
'WEDGWOOD' marked on the underside, under the plate hanger, which can be removed if required.
There is a very faint hairline crack ...
Offered for sale are these pair of 19th Century antique majolica leaf plates.
This delightful dish is slightly naively painted with a scene showing the god Dionysus (Roman name Bacchus) who appears to be placing a crown with stars on the head of ...
This is quite a rare 19th century majolica crab dish. There is a number (873) and obscure maker's mark underneath. The lid is in very good condition and measures 14.3cm ...
Bordallo Pinheiro lidded tureen with Rabbit or Hare on a cabbage leaf.
Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro founded the pottery in Caldas da Rainha around 1885.
The pottery is in the Majolica style.
This late nineteenth century glazed pottery wall plaque has been made in the style of Claude Michel (1738-1814), known as Clodion, a French sculptor in the Rococo style. The raised ...
This three piece majolica strawberry set by George Jones features an oval tray with open rings at the ends which hold a small pot of sugar and one of cream. ...
This majolica glazed vase is made up of a ladies hand holding a bunch of bullrushes which forms the vase part. Her wrist is clothed in a ruffled sleeve, over ...
This majolica jug by Mouzin, Lecat of Mons, Belgium, is decorated with moulded figures of men and women drinking and dancing under a large tree, outside a tavern. The tree ...
This lovely majolica owl jug is by Mouzin, Lecat of Mons in Belgium, and stands 255 mm, or 10 inches high. The owl stands in a bed of reeds, some ...
With a tap at both ends, this very attractive majolica spirit barrel would have once stood on a stand and held two different spirits. Its rather more subtle majolica palette, ...
This Wedgwood majolica tray is from their Argenta ware range which was introduced in 1878, and characterised by the use of paler glazes than previously used. The centre of the ...
This Wedgwood majolica comport is decorated with green, brown and yellow majolica glazes around a central panel of mottled glazes. The reticulated rim is echoed in the blind moulding to ...
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