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Royal Crown Derby Rare Antique Imari Pattern Porcelain Bell
By Royal Crown Derby Porcelain
Located in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire
A very rare antique porcelain imari pattern bell by Royal Crown Derby and dating from 1904. The bell has a traditional bell shaped body with molded and finely decorated patterning in...
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Early 1900s English Art Nouveau Royal Crown Derby Patterns Antique

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Porcelain

Pair of C. 1820 Imari Pattern Crown Derby Plates
By Royal Crown Derby Porcelain
Located in Chapel Hill, NC
A fine pair of crown derby plates, c. 1820, red mark, in the highly gilded Imari pattern. Excellent condition with under rim decoration mimicking true Japanese Imari. 8 3/4" dia. ...
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1820s English Anglo-Japanese Royal Crown Derby Patterns Antique

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Porcelain

Early Derby Porcelain Cup & Saucer Rare Pattern 128 Puce Crown Marks, circa 1795
By Royal Crown Derby Porcelain
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a late 18th century porcelain Tea Cup and Saucer in pattern 128 by the Derby factory, Circa 1795. This is a rare Derby pattern that we have not come across or seen previou...
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Late 18th Century English George III Royal Crown Derby Patterns Antique

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Porcelain

Derby Porcelain Yellow-Ground Botanical Dish, Pattern #216, circa 1795
By Royal Crown Derby Porcelain
Located in Downingtown, PA
Derby Porcelain Yellow-ground Botanical Dish, Pattern #216, circa 1795 The Derby Porcelain oval dish has a yellow-ground border with a central well painted with an orange tree ...
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Late 18th Century English Georgian Royal Crown Derby Patterns Antique

18th C Derby Porcelain Bowl in Pattern 110 Puce Mark, Ca 1790
By Royal Crown Derby Porcelain
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a fine quality Derby porcelain bowl in pattern number 110, fully marked with puce crown & battons and dating to 11790, George 111rd period. It is beautifully decorated in ...
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Late 18th Century English George III Royal Crown Derby Patterns Antique

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Porcelain

Georgian Derby Shell Dish or Plate Hand Painted & Gilded Pattern 129, Ca 1810
By Royal Crown Derby Porcelain
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a beautiful porcelain shell dish or plate hand painted and gilded in pattern 129, made by the Derby factory, in the reign of George 111 in the early 19th century, circa 1810....
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Early 19th Century English George III Royal Crown Derby Patterns Antique

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Porcelain

Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Kings Pattern Large Dinner Service
By Royal Crown Derby Porcelain
Located in London, GB
Royal crown derby hybrid porcelain/earthenware Kings pattern large dinner service for 24 people in amazing condition. Consisting of: Two soup tureens/lids/stands Three vegetable d...
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1880s English Royal Crown Derby Patterns Antique

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Porcelain

Crown Derby "Bird Pattern" 13 1/4" Serving Platter
By Royal Crown Derby Porcelain
Located in Atlanta, GA
A beautiful Imari-design serving platter by the highly-regarded Derby Porcelain Works, detailed with vivid enameled colors and gilt detailing. This substantial and elegant piece, wit...
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19th Century English Royal Crown Derby Patterns Antique

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Porcelain

Derby Pot-Pourri in "Target" Pattern, c. 1820
By Royal Crown Derby Porcelain
Located in Atlanta, GA
A splendid Derby porcelain Pot-pourri with rich painting and gilding, finely formed with a "footed" pedestal, and "gargoyle" style gilt faux-handles. Numerous "piercings" in the porc...
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19th Century English Royal Crown Derby Patterns Antique

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Porcelain

SET of 4 Derby "Queen's Pattern" Porcelain Plates, c. 1810
By Royal Crown Derby Porcelain
Located in Atlanta, GA
A set of 4 brilliantly crafted Derby Porcelain plates, with their Japanese-influenced "Queen's Pattern" painted on in vivid detail.<br /> <br /> The plates are curved upwards aroun...
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19th Century English Royal Crown Derby Patterns Antique

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Porcelain

Derby Porcelain King's Pattern Tea Service with Coffee Cans
By Royal Crown Derby Porcelain
Located in London, GB
A Derby Porcelain tea service with coffee cans decorated in King's pattern. I have not included the teapot/lid and stand as the teapot spout is chipped but it could be added to the s...
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1810s English Royal Crown Derby Patterns Antique

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Porcelain

PAIR of 19th c. Bloor-Derby "Target Pattern" Bowls
By Royal Crown Derby Porcelain
Located in Atlanta, GA
A fine pair of Bloor-Derby bowls, painted in the Japanese influenced style of the early 19th century.
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19th Century English Royal Crown Derby Patterns Antique

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Porcelain

19th Century Royal Crown Derby "Kings" Pattern Tea Service with Tray Dated, 1892
Located in Toronto, ONTARIO
A lovely tea service by Royal Crown Derby in "Kings" pattern. Consisting of four demi tasse cups and saucers, teapot, creamer, covered sugar and a two handled rectangular tray. ...
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1890s British Edwardian Royal Crown Derby Patterns Antique

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Porcelain

Antique English Royal Crown Derby Tea Set on Tray, Imari Pattern, 19th Century
By Royal Crown Derby Porcelain
Located in London, GB
This is a wonderful antique late Victorian English Royal Crown Derby miniature tea set, decorated in the stunning Imari palette with gilded highlights, late 19th century in date and ...
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1890s English Victorian Royal Crown Derby Patterns Antique

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Porcelain

A Derby Breakfast Cup in an Imari Pattern
By Royal Crown Derby Porcelain
Located in Katonah, NY
This popular early 19th century Spode pattern is known by several names; "Rock and Tree", "Money Tree", "Regency", and "Tree of Life". The saucer shows a hand painted scene with a fe...
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19th Century British Regency Royal Crown Derby Patterns Antique

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Porcelain

Set of Derby Dishes in the Sprig Pattern
By Royal Crown Derby Porcelain
Located in Katonah, NY
An early 19th century Derby dessert service decorated with a traditional design of cornflower sprigs. Porcelains decorated with a design of cornflower sprigs originated in the 18th c...
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1810s English Neoclassical Royal Crown Derby Patterns Antique

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Porcelain

Pair of Small Derby Bottle Vases, Kakiemon Pattern, 1800-1825
By Royal Crown Derby Porcelain
Located in London, GB
This is a beautiful pair of small bottle vases made by the Crown Derby Porcelain Company between 1800 and 1825. The Crown Derby Porcelain Company, later called Royal Crown Derby, ...
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Early 19th Century English Regency Royal Crown Derby Patterns Antique

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Porcelain

Rare Late 18th Century Derby Coffee Can Fluted Porcelain Gilded Pattern 530
By Royal Crown Derby Porcelain
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a rare and very collectable, hand-painted porcelain coffee can (cup), made by Derby Porcelain Co., England in the late 18th century, George III period, circa 1790. The coffe...
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Late 18th Century English George III Royal Crown Derby Patterns Antique

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Porcelain

Set Of 12 Royal Crown Derby Imari Pattern Dinner Plates
Located in Essex, MA
VIRTUALLY UNUSED CONDITION.
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Early 20th Century British Royal Crown Derby Patterns Antique

Antique Dishes "Prince of Wales Roses" Pattern
By Royal Crown Derby Porcelain
Located in Katonah, NY
The "Prince of Wales Roses" service was first made by Derby for the Prince in 1787. Each dish features a single unique hand-painted rose, and a peach and gilt border. This set contai...
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Late 18th Century English Romantic Royal Crown Derby Patterns Antique

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Porcelain

Early 20th Century Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Imari Pattern Tea Set
Located in London, GB
This is a wonderful Royal Crown Derby Imari pattern porcelain tea service circa 1906 in date. It is beautifully made with in the striking Imari pattern with superb gilded decoration...
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Early 1900s English Royal Crown Derby Patterns Antique

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Porcelain

Royal Crown Derby Breakfast Tea Set, Imari Pattern, 1899
By Royal Crown Derby Porcelain
Located in London, GB
This is a super charming "tête a tête" tea service made by Royal Crown Derby in 1892. It consists of a teapot, two demitasse teacups and saucers, a milk jug and a lidded sucrier or s...
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1890s English Late Victorian Royal Crown Derby Patterns Antique

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Porcelain

Exceptional Royal Crown Derby Tureen In The Imari Pattern
By Royal Crown Derby Porcelain
Located in Buchanan, MI
EXCEPTIONAL ROYAL CROWN DERBY TUREEN IN THE IMARI PATTERN
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19th Century British Royal Crown Derby Patterns Antique

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Porcelain

Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Plate "Old Imari' Pattern 1128
By Royal Crown Derby Porcelain
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A 9" porcelain plate in the Old Imari pattern #1128 by Royal Crown Derby. An unusual gadrooned border in cobalt blue and gold. The surface is hand decorated in iron red, cobalt blue ...
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1890s English Japonisme Royal Crown Derby Patterns Antique

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Gold, Enamel

Twelve Plates by Royal Crown Derby Chandos Pattern Burnt Orange and White
By Royal Crown Derby Porcelain
Located in Norwood, NJ
Twelve plates by Royal Crown Derby in the chandos pattern. Burnt orange and white Rust floral border and center with gilt rim.
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Late 19th Century English Edwardian Royal Crown Derby Patterns Antique

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Porcelain

Royal Crown Derby Deep Porcelain Bowl in King's Pattern No. 383, 19th Century
By Royal Crown Derby Porcelain
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a fine quality Royal crown Derby Porcelain bowl in Kings pattern number 383, fully marked and dating to 1887. The bowl is circular, fairly large and deep. It is beautif...
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19th Century English Victorian Royal Crown Derby Patterns Antique

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Porcelain

19th Century Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Trio in Old Japan Pattern, circa 1890
By Royal Crown Derby Porcelain
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a fine quality Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Trio, all in the Old Japan pattern and dating to circa 1890. All three pieces date to the late 19th century and are in the same ...
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Late 19th Century English Late Victorian Royal Crown Derby Patterns Antique

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Porcelain

Crown Derby Tea Service, "Japan" Imari Pattern, circa 1810
By Royal Crown Derby Porcelain
Located in London, GB
This is a very stunning tea and coffee service made by the Crown Derby Porcelain Company some time between 1806 and 1825 - judging from the colour and feel of the porcelain, most lik...
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1810s English Regency Royal Crown Derby Patterns Antique

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Porcelain

Georgian Derby Porcelain Coffee Cup Pattern 135 Puce Crown Mark, circa 1790
By Royal Crown Derby Porcelain
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very good early coffee cup by the Derby factory, made in the late 18th century, George 3rd period, circa 1790. The body of the cup has 16 vertical flutes and has a plain...
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Late 18th Century English George III Royal Crown Derby Patterns Antique

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Porcelain

Rare, Georgian, Derby Inkwell, Porcelain, Kings Pattern, circa 1815
By Royal Crown Derby Porcelain
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
Early porcelain derby ink wells are rare. This inkwell is beautifully hand-decorated in one of the derby's bold Imari patterns called the; Old Japan or Kings pattern. The item is ri...
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Early 19th Century English George III Royal Crown Derby Patterns Antique

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Porcelain

English Porcelain Imari Pattern Lazy Susan, Derby, circa 1820
By Royal Crown Derby Porcelain
Located in New York, NY
Decorated in an especially strong and vibrant pallet. Featuring a central covered tureen and surrounding four covered entree dishes.
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1820s English Royal Crown Derby Patterns Antique

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Porcelain

Fine Georgian, Derby Coffee Can, Hand-Painted and Gilded "Imari Pattern"
By Royal Crown Derby Porcelain
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is an exquisite, porcelain coffee can made by the Derby factory, in the reign of George 111 in the early 19th century, circa 1810.   Straight sided coffee cans were only made ...
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Early 19th Century English Chinoiserie Royal Crown Derby Patterns Antique

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Porcelain

Late Georgian Derby Porcelain Dinner Plate in Old Japan Pattern, Ca 1830
By Royal Crown Derby Porcelain
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very good early dinner plate from the Derby porcelain factory from the late Georgian period , Ca 1830. The decoration consists of a continuous intertwining floral sprig bo...
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Early 19th Century English Chinoiserie Royal Crown Derby Patterns Antique

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Porcelain

Rare, Pair of Derby Porcelain Pot-Pourri Urns, Imari Witches Pattern, circa 1815
By Royal Crown Derby Porcelain
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a rare pair of porcelain pot-Pourri urns made by the Derby factory, in the reign of George 111 in the early 19th century, circa 1815.   Each urn has a circular shape bowl s...
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Early 19th Century English George III Royal Crown Derby Patterns Antique

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Porcelain

Similar PAIR George 111 Derby Porcelain Coffee Cans Old Japan Pattern, Ca 1810
By Royal Crown Derby Porcelain
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a finely painted, similar pair of porcelain coffee cans made by the Derby factory, England, in the reign of George 111 in the early 19th century, circa 1810   Straight sided...
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Early 19th Century English George III Royal Crown Derby Patterns Antique

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Porcelain

George 3rd Derby Coffee Can Chantilly Sprigs Pattern 129, circa 1805-1810
By Royal Crown Derby Porcelain
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a good porcelain Coffee Can or cup hand painted and gilded in pattern 129, made by the Derby factory, in the reign of George 111 in the early 19th century, circa 1805 to 1810...
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Early 19th Century English George III Royal Crown Derby Patterns Antique

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Porcelain

18th Century Derby Porcelain Large Platter Old Japan Pattern, Puce Mark Ca 1790
By Royal Crown Derby Porcelain
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a rare and early Derby Porcelain large dish, platter or meat plate from the late 18th century, George III period, circa 1790. The platter is oval in shape and is beautifully...
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Late 18th Century English George III Royal Crown Derby Patterns Antique

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Porcelain

Rare 18th Century Derby Milk Jug or Creamer Hand Painted Pattern 111, Puce Mark
By Royal Crown Derby Porcelain
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is an exquisite, porcelain cream jug or creamer, hand painted with an early pattern number 111 and made by the Derby factory, in the reign of George 111 in the late 18th century...
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Late 18th Century English George III Royal Crown Derby Patterns Antique

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Porcelain

A Imari Pattern Plate with Derby Red Mark
By Royal Crown Derby Porcelain
Located in Los Angeles, CA
An exhuberant Imari-patterned plate with the Derby Red mark
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19th Century English Royal Crown Derby Patterns Antique

Derby Fluted Porcelain Cup and Saucer Pattern 530, Puce Mark
By Royal Crown Derby Porcelain
Located in Leeds, GB
A ribbed derby cup and saucer. Cup: h 6.40 cm, d 7.60 cm. Saucer: h 2.90 cm, d 14.30 cm.
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Early 19th Century English Royal Crown Derby Patterns Antique

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