Description: Richard Batterham (British, born 1936), a deep stoneware bowl, green ash glaze to interior, unglazed exterior, 37.5cm diameter/Provenance: The David Greene Collection Categories: Studio Ceramics & Glass
Originally intended to be pot-pourri containers, these stunning Sevres style porcelain vases will add vitality and Rococo-style exuberance to a room. They are exceptional and elaborate works of porcelain decoration, finely gilded and adorned with elegant gilt bronze mounts.
1810 to 1820 Leeds Yorkshire England A rare large scale pottery pearlware figure of a horse standing square on a green sponged decorated oblong base with maroon and blue stripes. The horse is wearing a yellow bridle with blue terminals. These figures emanating from the Leeds pottery are perhaps one of the most vibrant figures made in the early 19th century. Such figures were used as a display medium for equestrian Sadlers, tack,medical and feed suppliers. 16.5 inches high, 14 inches wide, 7.25 i
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1959 White earthenware round dish with decoration in engobes under partial brushed glaze and beige patina, an expertly repaired crack at the center of the plate (measures the width of the plate), an expertly repaired crack at the right side of the plate (measures 10 inches). diameter 16 5/8 in. (42.2 cm) Numbered 42/50 in black paint, with the and pottery stamps on the underside. Numbered 42/50 in black paint, with the and pottery stamps on the underside. Numbered 42/50 in black paint, with
Parr Factory Staffordshire figure with a theatrical and literary theme which features Sancho Panza seated on an ass, stood on a shaped base. The piece is titled, ‘Sancho Panza’ . Dull gilt embellishment. Decorated ‘in the round’ – decoration to front and reverse. Vent hole to the reverse. This piece represents the character Sancho Panza from the novel ‘Don Quixote’. Sancho acts as squire to Don Quixote. Book reference ,’Victorian Staffordshire Figures 1835-1875′ Book 1, by A.& N. Harding, page 2
Keramis ovoid vase decorated with turquoise blue trailing flowers and black panels, interspersed with grey crackleware panels, printed marks to base, further mark D2333, 12ins high (damages to neck and various cracks)
1820 Staffordshire England A fine Napoleon Bonaparte pottery but with a pearlware glaze, good enamel coloring modelled on a socle shaped base. Staffordshire Pottery antique period early 19th century England. Napoleon commanded much respect and interest in Britian. His fame as one of the greatest military commanders of the period and the fact that he rose from a humble background further enhanced his appeal despite the fact he was an enemy util his defeat at Waterloo in 1815. Figures of Napoleon
A French Faience ware Desk Piece from the Gien Factory, Renaissance Dragon pattern. The piece has two removable ink pots on a raised platform and is decorated with dragons, ribbons and fruit in blue and yellow on a white background. There is slight damage to the lids of the pots and the peak of one of the legs. H: 4.25”, 10.5cms, W:9.75”, 24.5cms, D: 6.25”, 16cms.
A blackware guttos with flared base, single loop handle and flared spout; to the centre, a mask of Hercules modelled in low-relief. Hercules is the Roman name for the Greek divine hero Heracles, who was the son of Zeus and the mortal Alcmene. In classical mythology, Hercules is famous for his strength and for his numerous far-ranging adventures.
German - Late 19th Century Pair of Hand Painted Porcelain Figural Centrepieces, Each Depicts Two Winged Cherubs Holding a Flower Encrusted Shaped Bowls and Standing on a Large Shaped Base, Also Encrusted with Floral Decoration and Gold Highlights. Each with Crossed Blue Swords to Underside of Centrepieces. Height 10.25 Inches - 26 cms. Excellent Condition In All Aspects - Both Centrepiece. Please Confirm with Photos.
Marilyn Pascoe for Troika cylindrical vase decorated with a continuous band of blue circles, signed 'Troika' and initialled to base, 14cm high, and an Italian Bitossi cylindrical vase with impressed and incised decoration on a blue and green glaze, ...
1790 to 1810 Staffordshire England An exceptionally fine figure group pf St.George slaying the dragon. Strong Pratt colours , the blue mottled decoration on the horse is stunning, a most pleasing and unusual feature,one of the best coloured examples I have seen. The modelling of the figure is inspired by the Ralph Wood mould 23. 11 inches high Restored , chip at plume of helmet, lance, horses ears , tail and front stepping leg. Private collection of a Nottinghamshire antique dealer. Page 258 J
Description: Micki Schloessingk, a green glaze mug with scroll handle, 12cm high, three Claverdon white glaze mugs, two saltglaze shallow bowls, 19cm diameter and a set of twelve Denby napkin rings of triangular form, with appearance of marble Categories: Studio Ceramics & Glass
Rare handpainted plate made in about 1790 by the Royal Porcelain Factory in Berlin. This factory was set up in 1763 by King Frederick II of Prussia (known as Frederick the Great). Each piece of porcelain is entirely unique. The factory still manufactures today under the name KPM.