Skip to main content

Chelsea Porcelain Furniture

40
to
10
12
7
40
40
40
13
13
7
39
1
40
40
39
39
39
25
4,186
3,817
2,455
2,168
Creator: Chelsea Porcelain
Chelsea Porcelain Oval Dish with Red Anchor C-1752-56 with Fruits and Insects
By Chelsea Porcelain
Located in Katonah, NY
This gorgeous Chelsea Porcelain botanical dish was hand painted in England circa 1752-1756. The polychrome enamels depict fruits: apples, pears, plums, melons, and, in the center, a ...
Category

Mid-18th Century English Rococo Antique Chelsea Porcelain Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

Chelsea Porcelain Oval Moulded Silver Shape Dish, c1755
By Chelsea Porcelain
Located in Tunbridge Wells, GB
Chelsea Porcelain Oval Moulded Silver Shape Dish, c1755 Additional information: Date : c1752-56 Period : George II Marks : Red anchor Origin : Chelsea, London, England Colour : Poly...
Category

18th Century English George II Antique Chelsea Porcelain Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

Chelsea Red Anchor Period "Gotzkowsky" Soup Plate, c1755
By Chelsea Porcelain
Located in Tunbridge Wells, GB
Chelsea Red Anchor Period "Gotzkowsky" Soup Plate, c1755 Additional information: Date : c1755 Period : George II Marks : Red Anchor Origin : Chelse...
Category

18th Century English George II Antique Chelsea Porcelain Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

18th Century Chelsea Porcelain Trompe L'oeil Leaf Dish with Fruit
By Chelsea Porcelain
Located in Downingtown, PA
18th century Chelsea Porcelain Trompe L'oeil Leaf Dish with Fruit, Brown Anchor, circa 1758-60 The trompe L'oeil porcelain Chelsea ...
Category

1750s English Georgian Antique Chelsea Porcelain Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

Mid-18th Century Chelsea Porcelain Tromp L'oeil Leaf Dish with Flowers
By Chelsea Porcelain
Located in Downingtown, PA
Chelsea Porcelain Tromp L'oeil Leaf Dish, Red Anchor Period, circa 1755-1760 The large Red Anchor period Chelsea Porcelain tromp l'oeil leaf dish is naturally colored and modell...
Category

1750s English Georgian Antique Chelsea Porcelain Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

Mid-18th Century Chelsea Porcelain Botanical Trompe L'oeil Leaf Dish
By Chelsea Porcelain
Located in Downingtown, PA
Chelsea Porcelain Botanical Dish, Brown Anchor Period circa 1758-60 The large red anchor period Chelsea Porcelain tromp l'oeil leaf dish is naturally colored and modelled as an ...
Category

1750s English Georgian Antique Chelsea Porcelain Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

Chelsea-Derby Pierced Chestnut Basket or Dish Porcelain, English, circa 1770
By Chelsea Porcelain
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a rare porcelain desert dish or chestnut basket made by the Chelsea-Derby factory during the 18th Century, circa 1770. This pierced, reticulated Desert Dish or Chestnut Ba...
Category

18th Century English Georgian Antique Chelsea Porcelain Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

Chelsea Porcelain Hunting Group, circa 1760
By Chelsea Porcelain
Located in Gargrave, North Yorkshire
A fine and rare Chelsea porcelain Hunting group, circa 1760. Modelled as a large wolf, being attacked by two hounds, upon a floral strewn grassy mound. The whole set upon a substanti...
Category

1760s English Georgian Antique Chelsea Porcelain Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

Chelsea-Derby Chocolate Cup Set, Gilt Stripes, Puce Flowers, Rococo 1770-1775
By Derby, Chelsea-Derby, Chelsea Porcelain
Located in London, GB
This is a beautiful chocolate cup set made by Chelsea-Derby between 1770 and 1775, which was the Rococo era. The set consists of a cup, a saucer and a cover, and is decorated in a st...
Category

1770s English Rococo Antique Chelsea Porcelain Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

Antique Oversized Chelsea or Vion Bisque Porcelain Figure of a Young Man, 19th C
By Chelsea Porcelain
Located in Big Flats, NY
An antique and large English figure by Chelsea or Vion et Baury, Paris offers porcelain construction in the form a a young man in countryside setting, hand painted with gilt highligh...
Category

19th Century English Antique Chelsea Porcelain Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

Pair Chelsea Porcelain Pair Decorative Bird Vases with Rams Head Handles, 1760
By Chelsea Porcelain
Located in Ann Arbor, MI
Pair Chelsea Porcelain pair decorative bird vases with rams head handles circa 1760’s. Both signed with the gold Anchor mark.
Category

1760s English Georgian Antique Chelsea Porcelain Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

2 Antique Chelsea Porcelain Staffordshire Miniature Confetti Spaniel Dog Anchor
By Chelsea Porcelain
Located in Dayton, OH
Pair of antique Chelsea Porcelain miniature 18th century Staffordshire figurines in the shape of brown spotted King Charles Spaniels or poodles....
Category

18th Century Federal Antique Chelsea Porcelain Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

Tea Bowl & Saucer, Chelsea, circa 1752
By Chelsea Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
An octagonal tea bowl and matching saucer, decorated with Chelsea's usual beautiful flower painting. One of the most distinctive features of Chelsea porcelain is its intricate floral painting, which often featured detailed, lifelike renditions of flowers and other botanical subjects. The factory employed skilled artists who were trained in the art of flower painting, and the results have always been highly prized by collectors. Chelsea porcelain is highly collectible and has a reputation for being of exceptional quality. It is often considered to be among the finest examples of English porcelain...
Category

Mid-18th Century English Neoclassical Antique Chelsea Porcelain Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

Waste Bowl, Chelsea, circa 1755
By Chelsea Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
An unusual waste bowl (sometimes called a slop bowl) in soft-paste porcelain, decorated with typical Chelsea sprigs and bunches of flowers. One of the most...
Category

Mid-18th Century English Neoclassical Antique Chelsea Porcelain Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

Large Dish, Chelsea, circa 1755
By Chelsea Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
A large platter, probably once associated with tureen. Beautiful flower painting, possible done outside the factory at the Giles studio in London, or perhaps at the Chelsea studio by a painter who had previously worked there. The tulip, heartease, and others look very Giles. One of the most distinctive features of Chelsea porcelain is its intricate floral painting, which often featured detailed, lifelike renditions of flowers and other botanical subjects. The factory employed skilled artists who were trained in the art of flower...
Category

Mid-18th Century English Neoclassical Antique Chelsea Porcelain Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

Plate with Coiled Phoenix, Chelsea, C1754
By Chelsea Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
A very fine plate, damasked with Gotzkowsky erhaben Blumen. Decorated after the Japanese with peonies and a coiled phoenix to the centre, using the Kakiemo...
Category

Mid-18th Century English Neoclassical Antique Chelsea Porcelain Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

Pair of Plates, Warren Hastings Shape, Chelsea, circa 1755
By Chelsea Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
A pair of plates in ‘Warren Hastings’ shape, with fine rococo moulding, decorated with geese and other birds to the reserves; typical sprays and sprigs...
Category

Mid-18th Century English Rococo Antique Chelsea Porcelain Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

Chelsea Red Anchor Porcelain Dish Mid-18th Century England 1752-1756
By Chelsea Porcelain
Located in Katonah, NY
The wares of the Chelsea red anchor period (1752-1758), when this dish was made, are generally thought to be the finest work produced by the factory...
Category

Mid-18th Century English Antique Chelsea Porcelain Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

Tall Coffee Can with Prunus Decoration, Bow C1752
By Chelsea Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
A Blanc de Chine Coffee can with straight sides and simple loop handle, and with one finely detailed prunus spray and two smaller sprays. An unusually ta...
Category

Mid-18th Century English Chinoiserie Antique Chelsea Porcelain Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

Chocolate Cup, Finely Painted with Puce Birds, Chelsea C1765
By Chelsea Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
A good chocolate cup, with gilt decoration and finely painted puce birds - so finely painted you might mistake it for a print.
Category

Mid-18th Century English Neoclassical Antique Chelsea Porcelain Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

Chelsea Porcelain Frill Vase with Birds, Rococo ca 1760
By Chelsea Porcelain
Located in London, GB
This is a charming frill vase made by the Chelsea Porcelain factory in about 1760. The vase is in the Rococo style and it speaks for itself why this style of vase is called a "frill" vase. This vase has undergone restorations (although it still holds water perfectly) and is therefore offered As Found (A/F) at a reduced price. Chelsea was one of the very early adopters of porcelain in the British china industry. Founded in 1744 the Chelsea pottery was for about 40 years the leading maker of fine chinaware, excelling in their sense of style, perfection and constant innovation and inspiring many following generations of china makers. The company was started by French silversmith Nicholas Sprimont and you can see the influence of the French style of silverware...
Category

1760s English Rococo Antique Chelsea Porcelain Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

Coffee Cup and Saucer in the White, Chelsea, circa 1750
By Chelsea Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
A lovely little cup and saucer, decorated with prunus blossom. Cups with this form of handle are rare, but documented. Raised anchor mark to saucer.
Category

Mid-18th Century English Chinoiserie Antique Chelsea Porcelain Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

Conical form Teapot, Chelsea, circa 1755
By Chelsea Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
An unusual shape, which looks impractical and yet the lid is surprisingly stable when the pot is tilted. The usual superb flower painting for this period. See McKenna, Red Anchor ...
Category

Mid-18th Century English Neoclassical Antique Chelsea Porcelain Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

Chelsea Plate, Feather Moulded with Flowers, Red Anchor Mark, ca 1755
By Chelsea Porcelain
Located in London, GB
This is a beautiful plate made by Chelsea in circa 1755, which is known as the "Red Anchor" period of the factory. Chelsea was one of the very early adopters of porcelain in the British china industry. Founded in 1744 the Chelsea pottery was for about 40 years the leading maker of fine chinaware, excelling in their sense of style, perfection and constant innovation and inspiring many following generations of china makers. The company was started by French silversmith Nicholas Sprimont and you can see the influence of the French style of silverware...
Category

1750s English George II Antique Chelsea Porcelain Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

Chelsea Porcelain Set of Six Botanical Dessert Plates, 18th Century
By Chelsea Porcelain
Located in Downingtown, PA
The rare Chelsea or Chelsea Derby Porcelain plates are painted in the center with a floral bouquet panel surrounded by a mazarine-blue border and fine gilt highlights of dentil work...
Category

Mid-18th Century English Georgian Antique Chelsea Porcelain Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

Dessert Plate with Fancy Bird, Chelsea Gold Anchor, circa 1765
By Chelsea Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
A fabulous dessert plate, molded with swirling leaves highlighted with blue and gilt; the centre with a fabulous bird and insects.  
Category

Mid-18th Century English Rococo Antique Chelsea Porcelain Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

Tea bowl and Saucer, Chelsea, circa 1752
By Chelsea Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
From early in the red anchor period, a fluted tea bowl and saucer, exquisitely painted with flowers and insects.
Category

1750s English Neoclassical Antique Chelsea Porcelain Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

Miniature Figure 'Gardener, ' Chelsea, circa 1755
By Chelsea Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
A rare miniature figure of a Gardener with his rake. Provenance: Mrs Paul Mellon.  
Category

Mid-18th Century English Neoclassical Antique Chelsea Porcelain Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

18th-century Chelsea Porcelain Dishes Painted with Vegetables
By Chelsea Porcelain
Located in Downingtown, PA
The Chelsea porcelain dishes, after the Meissen, are of an unusual deep octagonal form and are very well painted with a central composition of different fruit and vegetables. One inc...
Category

Mid-18th Century English Georgian Antique Chelsea Porcelain Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

Seal in the Form of a Lion, Chelsea, circa 1755
By Chelsea Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
A porcelain seal in for the form of a seated lion. With original gold mount, loop, and semi-precious stone: which has not been engraved.
Category

Mid-18th Century English Neoclassical Antique Chelsea Porcelain Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

Pair of Bird Plates, Chelsea, circa 1755
By Chelsea Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
A pair of scalloped dessert plates, painted with bunches and sprays of flowers, with attractive naturalistic birds arranged around the outside. Red anchor mark.  
Category

Mid-18th Century English Neoclassical Antique Chelsea Porcelain Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

Tea Bowl and Saucer, Chelsea, Raised Anchor, circa 1750
By Chelsea Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
Octagonal tea bowl and saucer, attractively decorated using the Famille Verte palette. Raised Anchor mark to saucer.   The Famille Verte palette ...
Category

Mid-18th Century English Neoclassical Antique Chelsea Porcelain Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

18th Century English Porcelain Chelsea Gold Anchor Latticed Botanical Dishes
By Chelsea Porcelain
Located in Downingtown, PA
Chelsea porcelain reticulated circular dishes, Gold anchor period, circa 1760. The Chelsea porcelain dishes with circular lattice rims and a simple gilt band are beautifully paint...
Category

Mid-18th Century English Georgian Antique Chelsea Porcelain Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

Soup Plate with Hans Sloane Type Painting, Chelsea, circa 1755
By Chelsea Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
An octagonal soup-plate, decorated in the Hans Sloane style with morning glory, or convolvulus, to give its proper name.
Category

Mid-18th Century English Rococo Antique Chelsea Porcelain Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

18th Century Antique Chelsea Porcelain Massive Botanical Dish, Red Anchor Period
By Chelsea Porcelain
Located in Downingtown, PA
18th-century Chelsea Porcelain Large Botanical Dish, Red Anchor Period, Circa 1755. The unusually large Chelsea porcelain dish, with a petal-shaped...
Category

Mid-18th Century English Georgian Antique Chelsea Porcelain Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

Tea Bowl and Saucer, Kakiemon Decoration Chelsea, circa 1752
By Chelsea Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
A large octagonal tea-bowl, decorated in the Japanese style. “The decoration is effective and pleasing, but does not seem to have been very frequently employed” – McKenna. Pro...
Category

1750s English Anglo-Japanese Antique Chelsea Porcelain Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

Harlequin and Columbine Dancing, Chelsea, circa 1755
By Chelsea Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
One of the best: Harlequin & Columbine Dancing, after the Meissen figure, from the series of characters from the Commedia dell'Arte.  
Category

Mid-18th Century English Neoclassical Antique Chelsea Porcelain Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

Near Pair of Baluster Shape Vases, Chelsea, circa 1755
By Chelsea Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
Baluster shaped vase in soft paste porcelain with early gilt line decoration. Superb flower painting. The shapes are very close, and the gilding is slightly more elaborate on the se...
Category

Mid-18th Century English Neoclassical Antique Chelsea Porcelain Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

Imari Pattern double-handled boat, Lady in a Pavillion pattern. Chelsea C1750
By Chelsea Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
Double-handled boat in soft-paste porcelain, decorated with the Lady in a Pavillion pattern, the design and palette both after the Japanese examples of the period. Figure decoration ...
Category

Mid-18th Century English Japonisme Antique Chelsea Porcelain Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

Leaf-Shape Dish, Chelsea, circa 1760
By Chelsea Porcelain
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
Baluster shaped vase in soft paste porcelain, with early gilt line decoration. Superb flower painting. The shapes are very close, a serving dish, in the form of a leaf in a basket...
Category

Mid-18th Century English Rococo Antique Chelsea Porcelain Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

Chelsea Porcelain furniture for sale on 1stDibs.

Chelsea porcelain furniture are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive items are frequently made of porcelain and are designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our collection of Chelsea Porcelain furniture, although gray editions of this piece are particularly popular. Many of the original furniture by Chelsea Porcelain were created in the neoclassical style in united kingdom during the 18th century and earlier. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider furniture by Wedgewood, Josiah Wedgwood, and Copeland. Prices for Chelsea Porcelain furniture can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at £240 and can go as high as £9,295, while a piece like these, on average, fetch £1,763.

Recently Viewed

View All