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Mason's Ashworth's Ironstone Teapot in Old Japan Vase Pattern, circa 1875
By Ashworth Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
owned by Ashworth Brothers, circa 1870. It has a Chinoiserie pattern called "Old Japan Vase", number
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Antique Mid-19th Century English Chinoiserie Ceramics

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Ironstone

19th Century Mason's, Ashworths Ironstone Teapot Stand, Hand Painted Ptn 4974
By Ashworth Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very good teapot stand made by Mason's Ironstone when they were owned by Ashworth
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Antique 19th Century English Victorian Ceramics

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Ironstone

Mason's Ashworth's Ironstone Large Dinner Plate in Flying Bird Pattern, Ca 1870
By Ashworth Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
controlled by George L Ashworth and Brothers after the bankruptcy of C J Mason in 1848. This large plate
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Early 20th Century English Chinoiserie Ceramics

Materials

Ironstone

Large Mason's Ashworth's Ironstone Dish Chinoiserie Pattern 124, circa 1865
By Ashworth Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
Mason's was owned by Ashworth Brothers, circa 1865. The dish has a good Chinoiserie pattern, number 124
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Antique Mid-19th Century English Chinoiserie Ceramics

Materials

Ironstone

Mason's Ashworth's Ironstone Large Dinner Plate in Flying Bird Pattern, Ca 1900
By Ashworth Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
controlled by George L Ashworth and Brothers after the bankruptcy of C J Mason in 1848. This large plate is
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Early 20th Century English Chinoiserie Ceramics

Materials

Ironstone

Set of SIX Mason's Dinner Plates Ashworth's Ironstone Large, Circa 1865
By Ashworth Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
century, when Mason's was owned by Ashworth Brothers, circa 1865. These Dinner Plates are well potted and
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Antique Mid-19th Century English Victorian Dinner Plates

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Ironstone

Set of FOUR Victorian Masons Ashworths Ironstone Supper Dishes, circa 1890
By Mason's Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
was owned by the Ashworth Brothers. From about 1861 the Mason's Company traded under the name of
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Antique Late 19th Century English Late Victorian Decorative Dishes and V...

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Ironstone, Pottery

Mason's Ironstone Cabinet Plate hand painted exotic bird and roses, circa 1900
By Mason's Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
period when the factory was owned by the Ashworth Brothers, Hanley, Staffordshire, England, during the
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Antique Early 1900s English Edwardian Ceramics

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Ironstone

Masons' Ashworths Large Dinner Plate in Table and Flower Pot Pattern, circa 1875
By Ashworth Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
controlled by George L Ashworth and Brothers after the bankruptcy of C J Mason in 1848. This large plate
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Antique 19th Century English Chinoiserie Ceramics

Materials

Ironstone

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Set of 4 Art Deco Cut Crystal Cocktail Glasses with Foliage Motifs
Located in New York, NY
This sophisticated and beautiful set of six Art Deco crystal cocktail glasses were realized in France circa 1925. Sitting on a round base with that protrudes beyond the perimeter of ...
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Vintage 1920s French Art Deco Crystal Serveware

Materials

Crystal

Georgian Mason's Ironstone Side Plate in Heavily Floral Japan Ptn, Circa 1815
By Mason's Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very good Ironstone pottery small side plate, made by the Mason's factory at Lane Delph, Staffordshire, England and are decorated in the Heavily Floral Japan pattern, fully...
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Antique Early 19th Century English Georgian Ceramics

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Ironstone

Early 19th Century Pearlware Dinner Plate Blue and White, Staffordshire
By Staffordshire
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a beautiful early plate in a printed blue and white chinoiserie pattern and made of a type of earthenware pottery called pearlware, in the very early 19th century, by one of ...
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Antique Early 19th Century English Chinoiserie Ceramics

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Pearlware

Garden White Resin Set Rounded Table and Four Chairs
Located in IT
Garden white resin set rounded table and four chairs size of table : D. 80 H 73 cm size of each armchair W 78 D .50 H.73 cm A video is available upon request.        
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Late 20th Century Patio and Garden Furniture

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Resin

Set of 4 Chinese Export Porcelain Plates with Floral Decoration & Armorial Crest
Located in Atlanta, GA
Set of 4 Chinese Export Porcelain Plates with Floral Decoration & Armorial Crest, ca. 1760
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Antique Mid-18th Century Chinese Chinese Export Porcelain

Materials

Porcelain

Georgian Masons Ironstone Serving Dish or Bowl in chinoiserie pattern, Ca 1815
By Mason's Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This a Georgian, early 19th century Deep Dish or Pie / Serving Dish made by Mason's Ironstone in the small vase, flowers and rock gilded chinoiserie pattern, dating to circa 1815. T...
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Antique Early 19th Century English Georgian Serving Bowls

Materials

Ironstone

Very Large Georgian Mason's Ironstone Jug or Pitcher Basket Japan Ptn, Ca 1818
By Mason's Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very good, early and very large Mason's Ironstone Hydra jug or pitcher in the Basket Japan pattern, made in the English, late Georgian period, circa 1813-1820. This jug is...
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Antique Early 19th Century English Georgian Pitchers

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Ironstone

Early Mason's Ironstone Side Plate in Oriental Pheasant Pattern, Ca 1818
By Mason's Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very decorative Side Plate by Mason's Ironstone, Lane Delph, England in the Oriental Pheasant pattern, dating to the early period of Mason's ironstone, circa 1818. The p...
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Antique Early 19th Century English Chinoiserie Ceramics

Materials

Ironstone

Cauldon set of 6 luncheon plates in H8413 pattern, 1904-1915
By Cauldon
Located in Clifton Springs, NY
Up for your consideration is the set of 6 luncheon plates made by Cauldon for Higgins & Seiter, New York. The plates are " in diameter and are in very good antique condition with mi...
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Early 20th Century English Other Tableware

Materials

Porcelain

Georgian Mason's Ironstone Oval Dish in Table & Flower Pot Pattern, circa 1818
By Mason's Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a good hand painted Mason's ironstone small oval dish, in the table and flowerpot gilded pattern, from their earliest George IIIrd period, circa 1818. The piece is well po...
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Antique Early 19th Century English Chinoiserie Platters and Serveware

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Ironstone

Georgian PAIR of Mason's Ironstone Tea Plates Basket Japan Pattern, circa 1818
By Mason's Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a good early pair of Mason's Ironstone pottery tea plates, hand painted in the very decorative Basket Japan pattern, produced by the Mason's factory at Lane Delph, Staffordsh...
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Antique Early 19th Century English Georgian Ceramics

Materials

Ironstone

Mason's Ironstone Large Jug or Pitcher Vase and Jardinière Pattern, Ca 1815
By Mason's Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a rare, large ironstone pottery jug or pitcher in the Fenton shape made by Mason's Ironstone, of Lane Delph, Staffordshire, England, circa 1815. The jug is octagonal in sect...
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Antique Early 19th Century English George III Pitchers

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Ironstone

Georgian Mason's Ironstone Side Plate in Basket Japan Gilded Pattern, circa 1816
By Mason's Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is an early Mason's ironstone side plate hand finely hand painted in the very decorative Basket Japan gilded pattern, produced by the Mason's factory at Lane Delph, Staffordshir...
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Antique Early 19th Century English George III Ceramics

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Ironstone

Vintage Royal Albert 12 Place Tea & Coffee Service Set Mid 20th Century
Located in London, GB
This is a wonderful vintage 50 piece tea, coffee service by Royal Albert China, the design is called Old Country Roses, Circa 1960 in date. It is beautifully made of fine bone chi...
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Vintage 1960s English Porcelain

Materials

Porcelain

Set of Six Early Mason's Ironstone Side Plates Oriental Pheasant Ptn, circa 1818
By Mason's Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a Georgian set of six matching Mason's ironstone plates, all in the Oriental Pheasant pattern and dating to the earliest period between 1813-1820. Sets of early plates in...
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Antique Early 19th Century English Chinoiserie Ceramics

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Ironstone

Early Mason's Ironstone Dinner Plate Flying Bird Ptn Retailers mark, circa 1825
By Mason's Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a late Georgian Ironstone dinner plate in the distinctive flying bird pattern, made by Mason's of Lane Delph, Staffordshire, England, during the early 19th century, circa 182...
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Antique Early 19th Century English Georgian Ceramics

Materials

Ironstone

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Ashworth Brothers Ironstone Dinner Service, circa 1893, Forty-Five Pieces,
Located in Downingtown, PA
Ashworth Brothers Ironstone dinner service, circa 1893, Forty-five pieces, Pattern B3369
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Antique Late 19th Century English Arts and Crafts Dinner Plates

Materials

Ironstone

67 Piece Ashworth Brothers Parcel Dinner Service
Located in Baton Rouge, LA
English Ashworth Brothers ironstone dinner service, all handpainted before 1890. 10 Bowls 10 1/2
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Antique 19th Century British Serving Pieces

Set of 8 Plates, Floral Chinoiserie Ashworth Ironstone China, England circa 1862
By Ashworth Ironstone
Located in Kensington, MD
printed Royal Coat of Arms and the words "IRONSTONE CHINA" G.L. Ashworth & Brothers Ltd. founded in
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Antique Mid-19th Century English Chinoiserie Porcelain

Materials

Ironstone

Dozen Masons Ashworth Large Dinner Plates Ironstone England, Circa 1870
By Ashworth Ironstone
Located in Katonah, NY
In 1861 Mason's ironstone was bought by Ashworth Brothers Ltd., who continued to produce "Mason's
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Antique Late 19th Century English Victorian Dinner Plates

Materials

Ironstone

Mason's Ashworth's Ironstone Dinner Plate in Fence & Bowl Pattern, circa 1870
By Ashworth Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
printed mark with a crown and "Real Stone China" in a ribbon which is a recorded Ashworth Brothers
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Antique Mid-19th Century English Chinoiserie Dinner Plates

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Ironstone

Fine 19th Century Mason's Ashworth's Ironstone Tea Pot Rare Shape, circa 1870
By Ashworth Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
the mid-19th century, when Mason's was owned by Ashworth Brothers, circa 1870. The tea pot has a
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Antique Mid-19th Century English Chinoiserie Ceramics

Materials

Ironstone

Mason's Ashworths Ironstone Plate Finely Painted Pekin Japan Pattern, circa 1870
By Ashworth Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
when Mason's was owned and controlled by George L Ashworth and Brothers after the bankruptcy of C J
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Antique 19th Century English Chinoiserie Ceramics

Materials

Ironstone

Pair of Mason's Ashworth's Ironstone Plates in Flying Bird Pattern, circa 1870
By Ashworth Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
when Mason's was owned and controlled by George L Ashworth and Brothers after the bankruptcy of C J
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Antique 19th Century English Chinoiserie Ceramics

Materials

Ironstone

Mason's Ironstone Drainer Plate, Hand-Painted Old Japan Pattern, circa 1870
By Mason's Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
by Ashworth Brothers, dating to the 19th century, circa 1870. Drainers / Strainers by Mason's are
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Antique 19th Century English Chinoiserie Ceramics

Materials

Ironstone

PAIR Mason's Ashworth's Ironstone large Dinner Plates finely painted, Ca 1870
By Mason's Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
century, when Mason's was owned by Ashworth Brothers, circa 1870. The plates have a very detailed
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Antique Mid-19th Century English Chinoiserie Ceramics

Materials

Ironstone

19th C. Harlequin Set of SIX Mason's Ironstone Large Dinner Plates, Circa 1840
By Mason's Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
when the company was owned by Ashworth Brothers. These plates are heavy and substantial weighing
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Antique Mid-19th Century English Chinoiserie Ceramics

Materials

Ironstone

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Ashworth Brothers For Sale on 1stDibs

At 1stDibs, there are several options of ashworth brothers available for sale. Each of these unique ashworth brothers was constructed with extraordinary care, often using ceramic, ironstone and stoneware. Ashworth brothers have been produced for many years, with earlier versions available from the 19th Century and newer variations made as recently as the 20th Century. There are many kinds of ashworth brothers to choose from, but at 1stDibs, Victorian ashworth brothers are of considerable interest. There have been many well-made ashworth brothers over the years, but those made by Ashworth Ironstone and Mason's Ironstone are often thought to be among the most beautiful.

How Much are Ashworth Brothers?

Prices for ashworth brothers start at $184 and top out at $5,200 with the average selling for $348.

Finding the Right ceramics for You

Whether you’re adding an eye-catching mid-century modern glazed stoneware bowl to your dining table or grouping a collection of decorative plates by color for the shelving in your living room, decorating and entertaining with antique and vintage ceramics is a great way to introduce provocative pops of colors and textures to a space or family meals.

Ceramics, which includes pottery such as earthenware and stoneware, has had meaningful functional value in civilizations all over the world for thousands of years. When people began to populate permanent settlements during the Neolithic era, which saw the rapid growth of agriculture and farming, clay-based ceramics were fired in underground kilns and played a greater role as important containers for dry goods, water, art objects and more.

Today, if an Art Deco floor vase, adorned in bright polychrome glazed colors with flowers and geometric patterns, isn’t your speed, maybe minimalist ceramics can help you design a room that’s both timeless and of the moment. Mixing and matching can invite conversation and bring spirited contrasts to your outdoor dining area. The natural-world details enameled on an Art Nouveau vase might pair well with the sleek simplicity of a modern serving bowl, for example.

In your kitchen, your cabinets are likely filled with ceramic dinner plates. You’re probably serving daily meals on stoneware dishes or durable sets of porcelain or bone china, while decorative ceramic dishes may be on display in your dining room. Perhaps you’ve anchored a group of smaller pottery pieces on your mantelpiece with some taller vases and vessels, or a console table in your living room is home to an earthenware bowl with a decorative seasonal collection of leaves, greenery and acorns.

Regardless of your tastes, however, it’s possible that ceramics are already in use all over your home and outdoor space. If not, why? Whatever your needs may be, find a wide range of antique and vintage ceramics on 1stDibs.

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