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PORCELAIN, POTTERY AND CHINA
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Coalport Victorian lovely pair of porcelain Mazarin blue gilt embellished hexagonal vases.
Marked for the period 1875-81, a lovely Victorian pair of Mazarin blue porcelain ground gilt embellished hexagonal vases from the famous maker Coalport.
These beautiful vases have a raised gilt overall foliate and scroll pattern, over a speckled beautiful deep blue ground. One vase is very slightly deeper blue than the other.
The pattern number is 8408.
Size-5.5 inches high by 3 inches wide.
A really lovely and decorative pair of vases, with wonderful colour and very good age.
In very good condition to use in any room.
Ref: 5866
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19thC French mirrored porcelain bowl and mirror on gilt metal stand.
19th century very unusual gilt metal stand with handles, holding porcelain stunning turquoise blue ground hand painted bowl with bevelled mirrored top.
Top folds up to stand up straight or tilt providing a mirror to use at different levels depending on the angle placed. This top mirrored and gilt metal section can also be removed to display just bowl and stand only if desired.
Inside the bowl are lovely hand painted flowers, surrounded by gilt bands, and a centre gilt metal medallion of Minerva's head.
Size is 7 inches wide handle to handle by 5.5 inches high closed, or 9.5 inches with mirror fully raised.
Although this was possibly originally for a ladies dressing table, it would now grace any table on its own, or holding small cherished items.
A rare and lovely piece in very good condition.
Ref: 4540
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19thC majolica (likely Minton) unmarked trencher plate with lily pad design.
19th century majolica trencher plate with design of lily pads to centre and sides, and mottled reverse.
Although unmarked, as often is the case, this plate is likely to be made by a quality maker such as Minton.
In overall very good condition, with just some wear to centre glaze and one small chip to underside rim, barely visible on bottom of side.
It is sizeable at 12.25 inches diameter.
Large, lovely and decorative. A very good plate for the collector of majolica.
Ref: 4913
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19thC Art Nouveau period circa 1890 very unusual copper and porcelain tray with painted cyclamen design.
Circa 1890 Art Nouveau period oval tray with crimped and shaped copper two handled frame with porcelain plaque to centre, having beautifully painted design of cyclamen plants.
Very unusual and aesthetic tray with lovely colours on porcelain and great colour and patina to the copper. Stands on 4 ball feet, and also has a hanging bracket for display or storage.
Size-19 inches long by 13.5 inches wide.
A very pretty unusual and functional antique tray, useful for carrying drinks, serving food, or as a wall decoration.
In very good condition. Would be much appreciated as a very unique gift.
Ref: 5489
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Marked for 1902, Royal Worcester blue and white porcelain lovely divided dish on stand in the willow pattern.
Marked 1902, lovely Royal Worcester blue and white porcelain beautifully shaped and divided dish on raised scrolled stand composed of three divisions decorated in the willow pattern and having gilt edges.
A generous size, this is a great dish for serving hors d'oeuvres or servings of any food.
Size-11.75 inches diameter by 2.75 inches high.
Very functional to use and display, this is a beautiful famous maker porcelain dish in very good condition.
Ref: 4724
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Late 19thC HAVILAND LIMOGES French 10 piece porcelain dessert service made for C. Jenner and Co. of Edinburgh.
Late 19th century Haviland Limoges, famous French maker teal and gilt 10 piece porcelain dessert service comprising: 6 plates, 1 tall comport and 3 other shaped serving dishes (one oval serving dish, and a pair of round servers with handles), all marked on reverse.
A very elegant colour and pattern. Teal outside border with gilt leafy embellishment and discrete impressed shell, outlines a foliate pattern on a white ground, the border repeated again in a slimmer form, finishing with a gilt medallion to centre.
The lovely tall comport with scalloped gilt base, is also beautifully decorated underneath with the foliate pattern. This is only seen with the best makers.
Also marked on reverse by retailer, C. Jenner and Co. of Edinburgh, very good retailers.
Sizes-plates are 8 5/8 inches diameter, oval server is 10 inches wide by 8 inches high, comport is 9 inches diameter by 5 inches high, pair of round servers with handles 9.75 inches wide by 9 inches high.
A lovely service by a superior maker in very good, rarely used condition.
Ref: 4182
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Lovely Victorian porcelain egg cruet with 6 footed cups.
19th century elegant Victorian porcelain egg cruet with a lovely dusky blue transfer foliate pattern on a white ground.
The very attractive stand with central pierced handle and pedestal foot has a lovely shaped edge body with cut outs, embellished with gilt edges. The six footed cups have a ruffled top edge and gilt detail.
Size-stand, 7.5 inches diameter by 6.5 inches high overall. Egg cups are 1.75 inches diameter by 2.25 inches high each.
Weight-550 grams for shipping.
One egg cup with a hairline crack.
The cruet is in very good condition overall.
It is unusual to find an egg cruet with all cups present.
A delicate, very decorative and functional item to use or display.
Ref: 6067
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Very striking Minton gold encrusted Porcelain Ball pattern dinner plate with original box.
Appearing to never have been used, this mid 20th century superb gold encrusted Porcelain Ball pattern bone china dinner plate by famous maker, Minton, is contained in the original satin lined presentation box.
Minton holds the Royal Warrant as the china manufacturer to Queen Elizabeth. Their goods are known for fine craftsmanship.
This pattern was considered one of Minton's most opulent patterns. The wide anthemion borders at the outer and inner band edges surround an acanthus & floral scroll pattern inside. The gilt pattern stands proud of the surface.
The reverse bears both the Minton gilt and impressed marks, as well as the painted pattern number 5161 T.
Size-plate 10 5/8 inches diameter. Case 11 1/8 inches square by 1 3/8 inches high.
Weight-645 grams plate only, 1.1 kilos in box for shipping.
This stunning plate will look lovely on the table to mix with other gilt plates, add to a service, or use alone as a striking piece to use to serve dessert or cake.
It is in wonderful condition, in the original box, and would be a lovely gift for an important anniversary, wedding or celebration.
Ref: 6069
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19th century very pretty cobalt blue hand painted porcelain sauce tureen on stand in naturalistic style.
19th century circa 1830 very pretty cobalt blue hand painted porcelain sauce tureen with two handles and footed pedestal on separate stand, having naturalistic handles and finial in design of branches with oak leaves and acorns.
The tureen and stand also have a lovely hand painted foliate design, as well as gilt embellishment. No makers mark is found, but due to the quality, it would have been a very good one.
Size-9 inches across with handles by 8.5 inches high with stand. Stand is 8.5 inches diameter.
There is a small chip to the lower inside rim, as seen in photo, and some loses to the leaf design, which do not detract. Also, a hairline can be seen on the reverse edge of the stand.
A really lovely, decorative and useful tureen on stand, in good overall antique condition, and including the original stand.
Ref: 4100
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Early 20th century large majolica Eichwald tobacco jar figure of begging dog.
Circa 1900 Eichwald pottery majolica large tobacco jar and cover in the form of a begging hound, with impressed mark to base, and having an all over crackle glaze.
A very well modelled figure of a dog on its hind legs begging. It has a green mottled interior. There has been an old very stable repair to the right leg with no attempt to disguise the join. It could certainly be made invisible if desired. The underside of the left foot seems to have also had a chip repaired, and there is a small slice of glaze missing from the lower interior rim of the lid, which cannot be seen from the outside.
Size-9.5 inches high by 5 inches wide.
A very nice collectable majolica tobacco jar, well modelled and coloured and a very appealing subject.
In good condition overall.
Ref: 5683
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