Antique Weathering Jar The Pots Are Handcrafted And Take Up To Six Weeks To Make We Blend Fine Tuscan Clay To Achieve The Soft Mellow Colour And Wonderful Weathered Texture With A Glazed Clear Finish Large 30 x 25 x 31cm RRP £200
Majolica vase which features four trumpet shaped vases with floral pattern to the exterior. Colouration: ochre, brown, turquoise, are predominant. The piece bears marks which we cannot attribute to a particular source. Bears a pattern number, ‘FAPC 580/4’
Minton Majolica basket which features fauns either end, forming handles. They are holding swags, which drape around the sides. Colouration: turquoise, green, ochre, are predominant. The piece bears maker’s marks for the Minton pottery. Bears a pattern number, ‘1210’. Marks include a factory specific date cipher for the year 1871.
These porcelain wall brackets are beautiful examples of Meissen style decorative art. Founded in Germany in 1710, Meissen was the first factory to produce true porcelain in Europe and they subsequently dominated the style of European porcelain wares in the first half of the 18th Century. Meissen style wares, like these wall brackets, often revive the 18th Century Rococo style, typically featuring brightly-coloured flowers and charming, modelled porcelain figures.
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.
Royal Doulton Classics Ltd and Numbered Edition Collectors Club Hand Painted Porcelain Figurine ' The Young Queen Victoria ' HN4475. Designer P. Parsons. This Figure Is 554 of 2,500 Figures. Height 5.5 Inches - 14 cm. Issued 2003 Only. 1st Quality / Mint Condition. Comes with Box and Certificates.
Staffordshire figure with a maritime theme which features a sailor, stood on an oval base. Multi-coloured version. Dull gilt base line and embellishment. Decorated ‘in the round’ – decoration to front and reverse. Vent hole to the reverse. Book reference,’Victorian Staffordshire Figures 1835-1875′ Book 1, by A.& N. Harding, page 241, figure 848.
A very rare London delftware pottery plate with a portrait of Admiral Rodney. The figure is surrounded by a starburst and garland of flowers over his head and beneath in capitals the legend"ADMIRAL RODNEY FOR EVER". There is another Rodney piece of this type in an important private English collection and these two examples are the only ones known to exist.
Antique pottery hobbled legged cow creamer complete with the figure of a milking maid. This creamer figure would date to the beginning of the 19th century Classic early features a fine thin base, good potting and decoration with a good pearlware glaze.
A Collection Of Modern Oriental Cloisonne Vessels Ten items in total to include a pair of baluster form vases on black ground with red, pink, blue and green floral and foliate design, a cylindrical vase with turquoise interior, iron red ground with cream and green floral decoration. Along with three lidded jars with floral design, of descending height, miniature bud vase with floral and foliate design and a pair of squat ovoid vases in Iznik design.
Antique pottery money bank in the form of a Wesleyan Chapel located in Mexborough Yorkshire. The piece has the name WILLIAM LOCKEL in capital letters on the front between the two doors. There is a slit in the back of the roof for saving the coins. The building is standing in Mexborough but is sadly no longer a chapel.
Prattware pottery figure a standing ram with lambs and female attendant who is holding a basket and wearing a cocked bonnet modeled standing on a green base with a sponged decorated border. The diminutive female and the addition of a walking stick leaning against the ram with two lambs huddling together are warming features on this group. Made in Yorkshire England in the early 19th century.
Minton Majolica game pie dish with liner which features a hare, mallard and blackbird on a bed of fern and oak leaves. Colouration: brown, green, turquoise, are predominant. The piece bears maker’s marks for the Minton pottery. Bears a pattern number, ‘668’. Marks include a factory specific date cipher for the year 1867.
Mintons Majolica desk stand which features a dog/hound sat on a plinth. Lidded inwells at either end and pen trays on both sides. Colouration: cobalt blue, turquoise, brown, are predominant. The piece bears maker’s marks for the Mintons pottery. Bears a pattern number, ‘1980’. Marks include a factory specific date cipher for the year 1876.
A terracotta jug with a globular body and a single handle. The body is painted with groups of angled lines in red ochre from the rim to the middle of the base: this decoration survives well and covers most of the vessel. The vessel stands on a slightly flattened base.
A Meissen Marcolini part tea and coffee service, comprising coffee pot and cover, five teacups, four coffee cups, and seven saucers with five later custard cups and seven covers/Provenance: The Estate of the late Sir John and Lady Smith
Vintage fishing plate by Royal Doulton. A good Royal Doulton plate decorated with Isaac Walton design fishing scenes with the inscription: FRIEND WHO IS MORE WELCOME TO MY DISH THAN TO MY ANGLE WAS MY FISH – WHERE IN A BROOK WITH A HOOK, OR A LAKE, FISH WE TAKE.
Royal Doulton Hand Painted Set of Large Character Jugs ( 7 ) In Total. Henry The VIII and His Six Wife's. Comprises 1/ Henry VIII, D6642. 2/ Catherine Howard, D6645. 3/ Anne Boleyn D6694. 4/ Catherine of Aragon, D6643. 5/ Catherine Parr, D6664. 6/ Anne of Cleves, D6653. 7/ Jane Seymour, D6646. All Character Jugs are 1st Quality and Mint Condition. Please See Photo.
Wedgwood Majolica plate which features vegetables separated with forks. Cobalt blue ground version. Colouration: cobalt blue, ochre, puce, are predominant. The piece bears maker’s marks for the Wedgwood pottery. Marks include a factory specific date cipher for the year 1879.