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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 lovely English Victorian Toby style staffordshire china teapot with rustic style handle and spout and a lid which also serves as his hat.
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Offered for sale is this late 19th Century antique collection of Victorian Teapots and Jugs. Tallest jug (with lid) measurements shown.
Offered for sale is this 19th Century Victorian antique miniature Doulton 3 piece tea set, salt glazed with silver edging. It is in perfect condition.
Minature Teapot, milk and sugar painted by Roberts. All round painting.
An extravagantly decorated teapot and cover from the Staffordshire factory of William and Richard Cyples of octagonal shape with elaborately moulded handle and spout. The fluted cover surmounted by a ...
Pretty tea set decorated with sheep and horses by Hannah Barlow.
We have for sale one of the most attractive puce mark period (c1831-42) Rockingham teapots and stands we have ever had the good fortune to find.
This really lovely neo-rococo moulded ...
This is an extremely attractive fine china STAFFORDSHIRE TEAPOT, decorated and hand painted in lustre style. Crisp, clean and nicely detailed. Perfectly useable today and in excellent condition overall. Small ...
A large rococo revival shape porcelain teapot and cover from the Coalport factory, made around 1835 with large, scrolling handle, moulded body and dragon's head spout. Decorated with groups of ...
A bone china teapot and cover, decorated with stylised landscapes, hand-painted in pink lustre. Made in Staffordshire around 1840. Like so many of these pieces it is unmarked.
This is a Chinese teapot which is hand-painted depicting a bird amongst flowers. There is small loss to inside edge of lid.
An exceptional, fine and impressive, rare antique George V English sterling silver teapot made by Omar Ramsden; an addition to our collectable silver teaware collection.
This exceptional antique George V English ...
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 ...
A five piece 1950’s tea service on a tray by New Maid Ware. This lovely Retro tea set is polished magnalium with natural wood handles and the tray has a ...
This creamware teapot is made in earthenware and has been decorated by hand in a blue chinoiserie design. It stands on a tall stem with a very wide foot reminiscent ...
Offered for sale is this 19th Century antique twin handled copper and brass tea urn.
This is a Victorian antique gaudy Welsh pottery teapot by R Sudlow & Sons. It has a hexagonal shaped lid and base with midnight blue and peach colouring and gilt ...
Early 19th century teapot, cover and stand in the New Oval Porcelain shape attributed to Miles Mason. Decorated with a frieze of stylised flowers and foliage in black and white ...
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Minton Majolica teapot which features a portly seated Oriental, dressed in a floral robe grasping a Noh mask from which protrudes the spout. His head ...
This is a McIntyre Moorcroft Gesso Daisy teapot. Peach and pale green decoration to the surround. Stamped McIntyre to the base.
Antique Crown Derby teapot. This item has wear to the gilding but no other faults. This teapot is still very decratIve and displays well.
Earthenware. A small pearlware teapot made at the end of the eighteenth century, probably in Yorkshire. The main body decorated with an undulating line of green stems and leaves with ...
Earthenware. A teapot of conical form the cover surmounted by a cloaked, female figure, Sibyl. Decorated overall with a green and brown Majolica glaze. This design was ...
Royal Venton Ware (John Stevenson & Sons Ltd). Art Deco pirate elephant tea set with monkey finial, commissioned by Lawley's. Pattern No 2998. Minor paint loss on toes of teapot ...
This is a superb quality petite Japanese cloisonne teapot from the Meiji period. The teapot is very intricately enamelled in, rich cinnamon, green, blue and gold and it has a ...
Pretty early Worcester hexagonal teapot stand with fluted sides decorated in The Waiting Chinaman Pattern, c.1770, with later red and green clobbered decoration creating a very attractive piece. Some original ...
A good Second Period Early 20th Century Antique Edwardian W.H. Goss Bagware Tea Pot and Lid, bearing the arms of both Torquay and Torre Abbey, the underside fully marked in ...
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