Porcelain - English
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Late 18th c. Wedgwood basalt plaque of the zodiac in rosso antico palette.
Pair Shorthose botanical creamware dishes of quatrefoil shape with named specimens.
18th c. Worcester 'Dragon in Compartment' or 'Bengal Tiger' imari porcelain plates.
18th century Staffordshire pearlware busts of philosophers Rousseau and Voltaire.
Pair 19th century Wedgwood jasperware architectural plaques by Thomas Lovatt framed in ormolu collars and depicting domestic scenes.
Pair Early 19th century Derby ewers with landscape scenes.
19th century Staffordshire model of a lion marked COPELAND emblematic of England.
Large 18th century Chelsea red anchor centerpiece bowl and a pair of side dishes of navette form decorated in bright puce with exceptional gilding in the manner of Sevres.
A rare dozen 18th century Wedgwood creamware plates or soup bowls with scalloped rims measuring just under 10" in diameter. Decorated with neoclassical feather edge in moulded relief at the rim.
Fine Worcester pastille burner urn decorated with a London Thames scene.
18th century Worcester Dr. Wall blue scale porcelain tankard decorated with exotic birds and insects.
Pair early 19th c. pearlware plates with central reserves showing a woman at shore resting on an anchor awaiting her sailor at sea - emblematic of Hope.
Fine and rare pair Worcester Barr Flight & Barr cachepot decorated with "View Near Lymington Hampshire" on a salmon ground c. 1805.
18th c. Wedgwood & Bentley basalt vase with cover.
Selection mid 18th century Worcester and Bow porcelain plates in powder blue to mimic Chinese kangxi porcelains - c. 1760.
Wedgwood Pearl scallop shell plates - cream with gold accents - 19th century.
Pair Mason's ironstone dessert dishes in a famille rose palette with relief molded body - early 19th c.
Pair large Mason's Ironstone China entree dishes and covers - Pink Scroll - 19th c.
Selection early Staffordshire pearlware figures.
Extensive collection Coalport Rock & Tree imari porcelain c. 1810.
Selection 18th and 19th century light blue Wedgwood jasperware plaques in the neoclassical taste.
Worcester Blind Earl plate - 19th century.
Pair early pearlware figures of a standing deer and recumbent doe in bocage.
Early 19th c. Coalport luster cup & saucer - John Rose & Co. c. 1805 - 1810. Decorated with a purple lustre ground and a white resist design of classical figures from antiquity.
Pair 18th c. Worcester / Caughley flower pots.
Collection lettuce leaf majolica tureens and plates.
Fine pair 18th century Chelsea Derby porcelain trophies in the form of flower bouquets in gilt cachepot.
Rare 18th century Leeds Pottery creamware reticulated garniture vase.
Pair early 19th century jasperware cachepot urns.
Diminutive King Charles Spaniels - early 19th c.
Fine pair 18th c. Derby porcelain pastille burners with guilloche and greek key borders c. 1790.
Large 18th century Prattware figure of the Four Seasons - Winter c. 1800.
Large 18th century pearlware figure of the Four Seasons - SUMMER c. 1790.
Pearlware figure of Apollo.
Regency Wedgwood jasperware urn.
Pair William Duesbury Derby Porcelain continents - Europe and Africa c. 1780 - identical models in the collections of the Victoria & Albert Museum, London.
Large Derby porcelain flower encrusted centerpieces - early 19th c..
Coalport dessert dish featuring a classical silhouette enhanced with gilding.
Rare Derby porcelain plate with a central reserve of a hound dog hunting in lanscape c. 1800. Large size - nearly 10".
18th century Bow porcelain pickle dish in the form of a leaf.
Staffordshire portrait bust of Prime Minister George Canning c. 1827.
Pair hot pink Rockingham porcelain sauce tureens - early 19th century.
Two similar Coalport footed centerpiece tazzas. The first decorated with strawberries and gilding. The second with green dragons. Early 19th century.
Chamberlain's Worcester plate with fruit decoration finely executed.
Fine 18th century Flight & Barr Worcester Porcelain dish with iron red ground and boar's head armorial crest.
Coalport dollar pattern dinner plates and serving dishes dating from 1810.
18th c. Worcester blue & white dish.
Coalport Church Gresley vase form handled urn in yellow ground with floral reserve panel c. 1805. Urn alone measures 9.25" tall - now mounted as a lamp 25" overall.
Wedgwood & Bentley Agate Bulb Pot - 18th century.
Wedgwood buscuit porcelain urn shaped lemonade cup and cover c. 1820.
Extensive 19th c. Wedgwood pearlware shell service in beautiful shades of pink and yellow.
19th c. Spode brown glazed jasperware flower root pot and stand or cachepot with classical relief decoration and ring handles.
Pair 19th c. pearlware Staffordshire seated hounds measuring 8" tall.
19th c. Worcester porcelain model of a murex conch shell - date mark for 1865.
Wedgwood majolica shell / nautilus service in wonderful mottled shades of green and brown - c. 1870.
Rare early 19th c. Wedgwood creamware tankard mug decorated with a shepherd's horn or shofar. Made with relief rings to imitate a cooper's hoops. Large size.
First Period Worcester Japan scarlet sparrow beak jug c. 1765.
Pearlware blue feather edge tureens - one for sauce (7" over handles) and one for soup (12" over handles) - early 19th century.
Pair large Spode cake or serving plates - c. 1820.
Large early 19th c. Derby dishes. The first in the vineyard pattern accented with rich gilding - puce crown, crossed swords and 310 mark. The second with floral sprigs and bright apple green border. Each measures 12" long x 9.5" wide x 1.5" deep.
Early Derby urn form inkwell c. 1800 measuring just under 5" tall.
18th c. Dr. Wall Worcester bat pattern after Chinese Kangxi design.
Large pair pearlware figures of the seasons - Spring and Summer - early 19th c.Measurement: 9.5" tall.
Pair 18th c. Battersea / Bilston enamel dishes with pierced gallery. Provenance - Estate of Greta Garbo; purchased from Philip Suval New York.Measurement: 3" long.
Nine octagonal 18th c. Leeds pearlware featheredge plates.Measurement: 10".
Pair serving plates with floral decoration.
Large Wedgwood Etruria bowl.
18th c. Wedgwood Creamware in the Etruscan pattern.
Worcester Blind Earl Dish - Flight Barr c. 1810.
Extensive Coalport Tea Service comprised of sugar, cream jug, 2 slop bowls, cake dish, 9 tea cups, 4 coffee cans and 8 saucers - c. 1807.
Early 19th c. Wedgwood Jasperware plaques depicting the Seasons - Winter and Summer.
Coalport classical tea wares c. 1805.
Pair Ridgway Husk Shaped Botanical Dishes each depicting different flower specimens - c. 1830.
Early 19th c. Spode Spill Vase with powder blue ground.
Large Pair Wedgwood Creamware Platters c. 1810 with flower and vine decoration. Each measures 20.5" x 16".
Regency Urn decorated inside and out with bands of flowers - rams head handles - Coalport or Swansea c. 1810.
Fine Regency Slop Bowl with tactile bas relief decoration of flowers and gilt edge c. 1810.
Drabware Losenge Shaped Dish with wonderful relief detail - early 19th c.Measurement: 11" long.
Dolphin Handled Tureen with knop handle and gilt decoration - c. 1815.Measurement: 10.25" over handles.
Regency Worcester cooler and sucrier with grapevine motif - c. 1810.Measurement:of cooler - 9" tall.
Regency Model of a Sphinx.
Wedgwood Creamware - c. 1810.
Spode Platewith powder blue ground and butterfly decoration c. 1810.
Pair Bow Models of Florentine Boars.Measurement: 5.5" wide.
Coalport Cooler with shell handles - c. 1810.Measurement: 10.5" tall.
Derby Bough Potwith floral medallions and ram head handles c. 1820.
Pair Wedgwood Jasper Vases in the consulat patern - early 19th c.
Chamberlains Worcester Armorial Plate.
Spode Imari pattern 3154 with peonies in shades of pink, orange, brown and green.
Large 18th c. Saltglaze Charger.
Large salt glaze model of a bird - mid 18th c.
Unusual and large 19th c. salt glaze pitcher measuring 11.5" tall.
Worcester Covered Vase - Large size with two handles, yellow ground and double armorial. Mimics a contemporary silver shape.
Coalport Cooler with interesting handles, pink ground and black silhouettes of war trophies.
Large Model of a Poodle with vermicelli decoration - 19th c.
Measurement: 8.5" tall.
Selection of Cow Creamers including luster and Bennington glazes.
Sanded Pearlware Pots with piecrust edges and engine turned banding - early 19th c. Sometimes called agateware or graniteware, these items are sophisticated and tactile.
Selection of 18th c. Worcester.
Regency Losenge Shaped Dish with pink ground and reserve painting of fruit.
Rare and Early Derby Shell Form Inkwell with pink ground and brown highlights.
Worcester Losenge Shaped Dish having landscape reserve and orange ground with vermicelli gilding.
Spode 967 Violet Pot c. 1810.
Selection of Regency Imari patterns including rock and tree found at Buckingham Palace.
Sunderland Lustre - early 19th c.
Worcester Blue and White Shaped Bowl c. 1780 with Chinese Motifs and greek key border. From a large selection of Worcester including chestnut bowls and small tureens.
Measurements: 10.5" x 7"
Coalport Covered Imari Urn with dolphin handles and foo dog finial c. 1810.
Measurements: 15" high
Wedgwood Creamware Chestnut Basket c. 1790.
Pair 18th c. Chelsea Derby porcelain plates decorated with urns, butterflies and insects with an exuberant sprig garland all enhanced by gilding.
Coalport vase decorated en grisaille with domestic scenes of classical figures and musical instruments. Applied ring handles to the sides - c. 1805.
Coalport neoclassical plates c. 1810 with Greek key border on a salmon ground.
Pair 18th century pearlware models of recumbent deer - a doe and buck.
Chamberlains Worcester imari porcelain supper dish in the 'dragon in compartment' pattern with a central armorial reserve c. 1800.
Pair 19th c. Davenport vases in apple green faux marble glaze.
18th century neoclassical Wedgwood black basalt urn & cover.
Early Wedgwood basalt canopic jar in the Egyptian revival taste.
Large pair chocolate cups and covers decorated with sepia landscape scenes.
Wedgwood creamware centerpiece compote in the form of a large nautilus shell.
Shell decorated urn with pearl beaded rim and goat mask handles.
Fine pair early 19th century Spode root pots decorated with butterflies and insects.
Pair 18th c. Prattware urns with blue feather edge and relief molded decoration based on John Flaxman's Sacrifice to Ceres.
Fine & rare Wedgwood bouquetiere c. 1785.
Rare pair 18th c Prattware vases with wyvern handles.
Large 19th c. sprigged ptcher for the American market.
Pair 18th century English creamware vases mounted as lamps. For an identical example see collections of the Victoria & Albert Museum 304-1869. V&A catalogues this vase as Neale or Palmer & Humphrey 1770 to 1780. Both contemporaries of Wedgwood & Bentley. Applied medallions of Hercules on a porphory ground to imitate stone.
Giant mid 19th c. Wedgwood jasperware plaque or roundel depicting the Apotheosis of Homer.
Large Chamberlain's Worcester imari tankard.
Wedgwood light blue jasperware candlesticks c. 1800 - 1810.
Early 19th c. Wedgwood dolphin form basalt candlestick.
Derby porcelain bough pot with interesting geometric design on a bright yellow ground.
Early 19th century Jasperware sprigged urn on stand in two colors.
Large 19th century Staffordshire pearlware model of a sheep barn and cottage. Measures 9 1/2" across.
Pair 18th century English Delft tin glaze plates decorated with Chinoiserie landscapes.
Turner neoclassical bough pot in the French taste c. 1810.
Pair Chamberlain's Worcester shell form dessert dishes with bright red ground.
Coalport spill vase decorated en grisaille with continuous classical scenes.
18th c. Worcester sucrier and stand.
Staffordshire spaniels c. 1840.
Pair early 19th c. Flight Barr Worcester shaped dishes with anthemion handles and apple green ground enhanced by gilding.
19th century salt glaze bulb pot in the form of a hedgehog.
Set 8 19th century pink luster pearlware dinner plates decorated with scenes from Dickens.
Rare 19th century Staffordshire model of a tabby cat c. 1865.
18th c. crescent shaped bough pot with floral reserves on a bright yellow ground.
Rare Coalport Egyptian revival urn decorated with black silhouettes of Pharaohs and hieroglyphics. Gilt Greek key border and matte dolphin handles c. 1805.
Wedgwood & Bentley black basalt classical urn c. 1770.
18th century creamware plate decorated with polychrome landscape.
18th century Derby porcelain scenic plate - Deptford Kent on the Thames River, London.
Pair Coalport porcelain classical shell shaped dessert dishes with greek key border.
Coalport Church Gresley root pot and stand.
Spode imari rock and tree dinner plate.
19th c. supper set with mahogany tray..
Derby Duesbury kakiemon imari plate with leaves and chestnuts c. 1770.
Fine & large 18th century figure of a standing doe in bocage.
Derby Mansion House Dwarfs - early 19th century.
Pair Chelsea Red Anchor plates c. 1760.
Large footed tazza centerpiece with floral reserve and pink ground.
Pair Shorthose creamware botanical plates with named specimens c. 1800.
Pair creamware botanical plates - Swansea or Davenport - 1810.
Extensive 19th century Copeland flow blue dinner service including 15 dinner plates, 8 soup bowls, 2 graduated platters and a covered entree dish.
Fine jasperware bowl in brown glaze with three neoclassical reserves commemorating Lord Horatio Nelson's birth, life and death c. 1810.
22 Scallop shell plates; 3 scallop bowls; 3 long clams, nautilus compote / tureen and underplate. We also have similar examples in moonlight luster and green majolica - all 19th century.
Large Coalport rock and tree imari platter. Measures 19.5" x 14.5".
Large Swansea creamware botanical plate - named specimen marked on reerse in red script- "Elatior Tall Spotted" c. 1800.
18th c. Wedgwood neoclassical bough pot with zinc fitted liner.
18th century Bristol Delft Charger.
Davenport creamware plate c. 1810 with large flower basket of roses and primula.
Derby porcelain plate - Roman Forum Ruins c. 1810.
Worcester Flight Barr shell decorated plates - c. 1810. Large plates measure 10" in diameter; bowl 8".
Early 19th c. Spode crescent shaped bough pot decorated with figures in landscape.
Wedgwood smear glaze jasperware crocus pot and cover c. 1810.
Early 19th c. Spode box and cover with landscape decoration.
Measures: 3.75" in diameter.
Fine pair Coalport neoclassical plates with grisaille decoration c. 1805.
Measurement: 9.5" in diameter.
Exceptional large pair Wedgwood Jasper flower pots with ring handles - 19th c.Measurement: 10 3/4" in diameter.
Mason's Ironstone imari c. 1815.
Early 19th c. Turner or Adams Jasper smear glazed vase and cover in the French taste.Measurement: 11" tall.
Collection of early 19th c. King's rose pearlware plates and tea wares c. 1815.
Nine round 18th c. Leeds featheredge plates.Measurement: 9".
Early 19th c. Wedgwood moonlight luster shell form dishesMeasurement 13" long.
Pair 19th c. Wedgwood pearlware shell dishes.
Large 19th c. Coalport Tankard mug decorated with butterflies, insects and a bird.
Prattware figure of a hunter in red coat.
Fine Derby leaf form sauce boat c. 1760 - 1765
Shorthose or Swansea pearlware botanical dessert dishes decorated with named specimens. c. 1800.
Pair early 19th c. Coalport square dishes in an interesting brown ground - made to approximate Chinese batavian ware.
Riley's blue transfer plate - early 19th c.
Wedgwood Cane/Jasper Bough Pot c. 1810.
Pair New Hall lozenge shape dishes with imari or Japan decoration in blue and orange - c. 1810.
19th c. Wedgwood Plaque of the Three Graces mounted into the top of a velvet box.
Chelsea Leaf Form Dish naturalistically moulded - c. 1760.
Wedgwood Drabware Encrier or Inkwell with gilt highlights, lion and ring handles raised on animmal paw feet - c. 1810.
Coalport Cans in classical grisaille decoration with plain and Greek key gilt rims c. 1810.
Pair Coalport Botanical Tureens and Stands - c. 1810. Measurement: 7.25" diameter
Pair Large Square Dishes with red ground, flared edges, gilt highlights and moulded interior - early 19th c. Measurement: 9" square.
Spode Root Pot with grisaille decoration and ring handles.Measurement: 7" tall.
Derby Botanical Plate - specimen named on reverse - "Golden Sage" - 1810.
Large Derby Cherub on rococo stand - 18th c.Measurement: 7" tall.
Staffordshire Model of an Ostrich - 19th c.Measurement: 4.5" tall
Rare Set of Wedgwood Feather Edge Platters. Large size - c. 1800.Measurement: largest is 23"
Herculaneum Feather Edge Platter in green - c. 1800.Measurement: 17.5" long.
Worcester BFB Fruit Cooler.
18th c. Pearlware Flask with tobacco leaf decoration on both sides.
Wedgwood Pearlware plate with reserve landscape in browns and yellows c. 1810.
Selection of Luster including Sunderland and Wedgwood. Note the barrel form handled jug - all c. 1810.
Adams Classical Vase with brown ground c. 1810.
Selection of 19th c. Feather Edge inclulding plates, tureens and entree dishes.
Spode Violet Pots and Covers.
Early Bow Figural Group c. 1760.
Spode Dish with gray marble ground, sophisticated gilding and reserve painting of a lilly.
Fine Derby Snake Handled Vase. One side with painting of fruit and flowers; opposite side with sumptuous landscape. Pink ground and faux marble design with anthemion and greek key highlights. Early and rare.
Measurement: 12" tall
Spode Vase with geometric gilding and reserve painting of a named view - Stone Quarry in Devon.
Measurement: 6.25" tall
Worcester Square Dish with red/orange ground and grisaille landscape painting c. 1805.
Measurement: 8.5" square.
Large Mandarin Nodder with candle arm.
Measurements: 34" tall.
Large Selection of Regency Porcelain including imari/japan patterns, classical Coalport, Spode, New Hall, Worcester, Barr Flight Barr, Derby, etc.
Fine Coalport or Paris Shell Cabinet Plate c1805 with large and detailed painting.
Derby Cooler or planter with cobalt and gilt decoration. England c. 1795.
Measurements: 6" tall x 8" diameter
PAIR Staffordshire Figures depicting old age in great browns and reds c. 1810.
Wedgwood Pearlware Lustre Shell Form Wall Pocket or bough pot c. 1810.
Measurements: 11" x 6"
Wedgwood Pearlware Lustre Shell Form Dish c. 1810.
Spode Ironstone Imari dinner plates and soup bowls -eight of each - c. 1815.
Fine Root Pot and Undertray with double intaglio reserves showing birds and flowers. Probably Coalport, Nast or Dagoty. Lion head ring handles, rare pink/purple ground with orange borders picked out in mat and burnished gold.
Measurements: 6.75" tall
Collection of Paris and Derby Corn Flower decorated serving pieces including coolers, sauce tureens, cream pots and dessert dishes c. 1790 - 1820. This pattern was used by Jefferson at Monticello and is found on exhibit there today.
Wedgwood drabware personal tea service c. 1800.
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