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Creator: Samuel Alcock & Co.
Samuel Alcock Solitaire Tea Set, Beige, Pale Yellow and Flowers, ca 1833
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in London, GB
A solitaire tea set consisting of a teapot with cover and a trio consisting of a teacup, a coffee cup and a saucer, in “rustic loop” shape, with beige ground with rich pale yellow an...
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1830s English Rococo Revival Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Porcelain

Samuel Alcock Teacup and Milk Jug, Pale Yellow, Gilt and Flowers, ca 1824
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in London, GB
A teacup and saucer with milk jug in the “melted snow” shape with double drop handles, pale yellow ground with rich gilt and cobalt blue acanthus pattern and finely painted flower re...
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1820s English Regency Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Porcelain

Samuel Alcock 2-Handled Dish, Periwinkle Blue, Lilac, with Flowers, ca 1823
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in London, GB
A two-handled leaf shaped dish with white melted snow border on a periwinkle ground, and a beautifully painted bouquet of pink and white roses in the centre There are several other ...
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1820s English Regency Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Porcelain

Samuel Alcock Potpourri Vase, Green, Double Cover, Landscape, Flowers, ca 1835
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in London, GB
A potpourri vase with double cover, pale yellow/beige ground with apple green details, Rococo shape with fruit finial and scroll handles and foot; a flower reserve on one side and a ...
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1830s English Rococo Revival Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Porcelain

Samuel Alcock Solitaire Tea Set, Cobalt Blue, Gilt Vines and Flowers, ca 1825
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in London, GB
A solitaire tea set consisting of a teapot with cover, a milk jug and a small cup and saucer, in “melted snow” shape, the cup with double drop handle, with deep cobalt blue ground, r...
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1820s English Regency Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Porcelain

Samuel Alcock Porcelain Basket, Alma Border, Pink, Black, with Bird, ca 1855
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in London, GB
A large basket with a Persian-inspired moulded Alma border in black on a bright pink ground, a moulded swan-head handle in white, gilt and pale green, pierced ends and a beautiful pa...
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1850s English Regency Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Porcelain

Samuel Alcock Porcelain Muffin Dish, White, Flowers by William Pollard, ca 1826
By William Pollard, Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in London, GB
A muffin dish with cover, simple white ground with fruit basket finial surrounded by moulded acanthus leaves, with fine flower sprays and wild strawberries by William Pollard Proven...
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1820s English Regency Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Porcelain

Samuel Alcock Vase, Wave-Edge, White with Gilt Chinoiserie Figure, ca 1825
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in London, GB
A very rare wave-edge vase with a gilt Chinoiserie scene of a woman in a garden on a white ground; rich gilding on upper edge, ball and square foot. Pattern 1035 Year: ca 1825 Size:...
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1820s English Regency Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Porcelain

Samuel Alcock Plate, Melted Snow Border, Periwinkle Blue Lilac, Flowers, ca 1822
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in London, GB
A plate with white melted snow border on a periwinkle ground with tiny gilt stars, with a beautifully painted flower bouquet in the centre There are several other items available in...
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1820s English Regency Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Porcelain

Samuel Alcock Set of 4 Plates, Pastel Colours, Birds and Flowers, ca 1857
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in London, GB
A set of four pierced dessert plates, 3 in the “Staffordshire” shape, in harlequin pastel colours with gilt, three with named birds and one with a flower Patterns 3/9414, 3/9772 and...
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1850s English Victorian Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Porcelain

Samuel Alcock Porcelain Solitaire Tea Set, Cobalt Blue, Gilt, Landscapes, ca1825
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in London, GB
A solitaire tea set consisting of a teapot with cover on a stand and a trio consisting of a teacup, a coffee cup and a saucer, in “half orange” shape with deep cobalt blue and yellow...
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1820s English Regency Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Porcelain

Samuel Alcock Cream Jug Pitcher, Pale Green with Flowers and Landscape, ca 1840
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in London, GB
A cream or water jug / pitcher with knobbed twig handle and moulded foliage under the beak, decorated in a pale green ground with a finely painted landscape on one side and rich flow...
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1840s English Victorian Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Porcelain

Samuel Alcock Tearcup Trio, Maroon, Yellow, Gilt and Fine Landscapes, ca 1845
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in London, GB
A true trio consisting of a teacup, a coffee cup and a saucer, “rustic bean” shape, in deep maroon and pale yellow ground, with gilt and finely painted landscape reserves Pattern 95...
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1840s English Rococo Revival Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Porcelain

Samuel Alcock Matched Solitaire Porcelain Tea Set, Pink with Flowers, ca 1836
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in London, GB
A matched solitaire tea set consisting of a teapot with cover, a sucrier with cover, a milk jug and a matched trio consisting of a teacup, a coffee cup and a saucer. With pink ground...
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1830s English Rococo Revival Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Porcelain

Samuel Alcock Porcelain Leaf Dish, Periwinkle Blue with Yellow Flower, ca 1822
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in London, GB
A one-handled leaf dish with white melted snow and holly leaf border on a periwinkle ground, and a beautiful flower study of a yellow ranunculus in the centre There are several other items available in near-identical style, see separate listings. Pattern 507 Year: ca 1822 Size: 26cm X 21.5cm (10.25” X 8.5”) Condition: some rubbing The Samuel Alcock factory was operative in Staffordshire between 1822 and 1856, after which it was bought by Sir James Duke and Nephews. The factory started as a partnership between the young Samuel Alcock and the older Ralph Stevenson, who provided the factory and capital. Alcock quickly took the factory to great heights, building one of the biggest factories of its time. Alcock jumped on the new Rococo Revival fashion and served a huge new middle class market. The reason we now don't hear much about Samuel Alcock porcelain...
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1820s English Regency Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Porcelain

Samuel Alcock Porcelain Teacup, White with Flower Sprays, ca 1823
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in London, GB
A teacup and saucer in the “half orange” shape, white with simple gilt rim and beautiful hand painted flower sprays Pattern unknown but similar to 1082 Year: ca 1823 Size: cup diameter 10cm (4”), saucer diameter 14.2cm (5.5”) Condition: excellent, some rubbing to gilt There are several items available in this design, please see group image and ask for more info if interested. The Samuel Alcock factory was operative in Staffordshire between 1822 and 1856, after which it was bought by Sir James Duke and Nephews. The factory started as a partnership between the young Samuel Alcock and the older Ralph Stevenson, who provided the factory and capital. Alcock quickly took the factory to great heights, building one of the biggest factories of its time. Alcock jumped on the new Rococo Revival fashion and served a huge new middle class market. The reason we now don't hear much about Samuel Alcock porcelain...
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1820s English Regency Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Porcelain

Samuel Alcock Low Oval Comport Dish, Sage Green with Landscape, ca 1850
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in London, GB
An oval low-footed comport with two handles and an octagonally scrolled shape, a moulded surface with pale yellow and white scrolling foliage on a sage green ground, and a stunning l...
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1850s English Victorian Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Porcelain

Samuel Alcock Footed Comport, Melted Snow, Periwinkle Lilac, Flowers, ca 1822
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in London, GB
A footed rectangular central comport or centre piece, periwinkle / lilac ground with melted snow and holly leaf borders and flowers, a large pink wild rose painting in the centre Th...
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1820s English Regency Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Porcelain

Samuel Alcock Cream Jug, Pitcher, Eau de Nil with Jay and Landscape, 1854
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in London, GB
A cream or water jug / pitcher with elegant scrolled moulding, an eau de nil ground colour with yellow and gilt leafy scrolls, with a jay on one face and a landscape on the other Pattern unknown Year: 1854 Size: 143m (5.1”) from handle to mouth, 14cm (5.75”) tall Condition: a crack in the top of the handle with associated line in the body, some crazing but the jug is stable and good for use The Samuel Alcock factory was operative in Staffordshire between 1822 and 1856, after which it was bought by Sir James Duke and Nephews. The factory started as a partnership between the young Samuel Alcock and the older Ralph Stevenson, who provided the factory and capital. Alcock quickly took the factory to great heights, building one of the biggest factories of its time. Alcock jumped on the new Rococo Revival fashion and served a huge new middle class market. The reason we now don't hear much about Samuel Alcock porcelain is that much of it has been mis-identified over the years and attributed to Coalport, Ridgway, Rockingham or others; Alcock did not mark any of his porcelain save a few rare pieces, and the numbering system is difficult to understand. However, the wares are still wide spread and many are of great quality. This jug forms part of the Murray Pollinger Collection of Samuel Alcock Porcelain. Most of the collection is not publicly available yet, but if you would like to get access to the first 100 lots, please sign up for our mailing list...
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1850s English Victorian Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Porcelain

Samuel Alcock Footed Porcelain Sauce Tureen, Maroon with Flower Sprays, ca 1842
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in London, GB
A footed two-handled sauce tureen with cover, maroon and pale yellow ground with beautiful hand painted flower sprays on lower part of body; twisted handles and a petticoat stem Pat...
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1840s English Rococo Revival Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Porcelain

Samuel Alcock Porcelain Teapot, Blue, Gilt and Flowers, Rococo Revival ca 1837
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in London, GB
A teapot with cover in the “rustic bean” shape, cobalt blue ground with gilt acanthus motif and finely painted flower posies on the belly of the teapot Pattern 5782 Year: ca 1837 Si...
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1830s English Rococo Revival Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Porcelain

Samuel Alcock Teacup, Japanese Green Border, Flowers and Ladybird, ca 1843
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in London, GB
A teacup and saucer with ring handle, with green and pale yellow ground in Japanese style, and beautiful flower studies in the centre of each item and a little ladybird on the saucer...
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1840s English Victorian Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Porcelain

Pair of Samuel Alcock Porcelain Spill Vases, Pink Chinoiserie Figures, ca 1825
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in London, GB
An extremely rare pair of small porcelain spill vases with a white pearled ring around the body, a bright pink ground and beautiful octagonal reserves with charming Chinoiserie paint...
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1820s English Regency Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Porcelain

Samuel Alcock Porcelain Basket, French Blue, Landscape, Rococo Revival ca 1830
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in London, GB
A small porcelain basket in Rococo Revival style with scroll and shell moulded borders, pierced handles on both ends, a pale yellow twig handle, a French blue ground with pale yellow foliage and a fine landscape painting in the centre. This would make a perfect gift as a trinket dish - these baskets were often used to collect visting cards from guests. Pattern unknown Year: ca 1830 Size: 17.5cm (6.8”) long, 9cm (3.5”) tall Condition: excellent The Samuel Alcock factory was operative in Staffordshire between 1822 and 1856, after which it was bought by Sir James Duke and Nephews. The factory started as a partnership between the young Samuel Alcock and the older Ralph Stevenson, who provided the factory and capital. Alcock quickly took the factory to great heights, building one of the biggest factories of its time. Alcock jumped on the new Rococo Revival fashion and served a huge new middle class market. The reason we now don't hear much about Samuel Alcock porcelain...
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1830s English Rococo Revival Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Porcelain

Samuel Alcock Porcelain Basket, Rococo Revival, Maroon, Flower Reserves, ca 1835
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in London, GB
A maroon ground basket in Rococo Revival style with pierced pale yellow ends, a twig handle and five flower reserves with single flowers. Pattern 2/5610 Year: ca 1835 Size: 22.5cm (8.75”) long, 13cm (5”) tall Condition: handle has been repaired, see last picture; some rubbing This basket forms part of the Murray Pollinger Collection of Samuel Alcock Porcelain...
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1830s English Rococo Revival Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Porcelain

Samuel Alcock Dessert Service, Crested Alma Border with Birds, 1855
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in London, GB
A spectacular large complete dessert service consisting of a high footed centre piece, two square dishes, two diamond shape dishes, one oval dish, and twelve plates. With Persian ins...
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1850s English Victorian Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Porcelain

Samuel Alcock Teacup Trio, Yellow with Fine Romantic Landscapes, ca 1845
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in London, GB
A true trio consisting of a teacup, a coffee cup and a saucer, “rustic bean” shape, in beautiful yellow pattern with acanthus leaves and very finely painted romantic landscapes with ...
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1840s English Victorian Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Porcelain

Samuel Alcock Rare Porcelain Vase, Wave Edge, Continuous Fine Landscape, ca 1826
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in London, GB
An extremely rare wave edge vase on a round foot with superb continuous landscape painting of a river scene with ruins and two figures, rich gilding on the upper edge, ball and foot....
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1820s English Regency Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Porcelain

Samuel Alcock Writing Desk Set Coalbrookdale Porcelain Encrusted Flowers, ca1830
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in London, GB
A complete writing desk set in the Coalbrookdale style with lavishly encrusted flowers, consisting of a tray, an inkwell with inner liner and double cover, a pen holder, and a blot h...
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1830s English Rococo Revival Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Porcelain

Samuel Alcock Dessert Service for 12, Cobalt Blue, Gilt and Flowers ca 1822
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in London, GB
A magnificent large complete dessert service consisting of a high footed centre piece, four rectangular dishes, four oval dishes, three leaf dishes, two sauce tureens with covers and...
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1820s English Regency Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Porcelain

2 Antique 19th Century English Samuel Alcock Blue Gold Floral Cups & Saucers
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in Dayton, OH
"Four piece set of antique mid 19th century Samuel Alcock porcelain tea / coffee cups and saucers featuring turquoise blue with florals and gold gilding. Samuel Alcock (1799–1848) was a leading pottery manufacturer who operated as Samuel Alcock & Co in Burslem, Staffordshire from 1828 to 1859. They were especially noted for ""picture jugs"" modelled and moulded in relief in various ceramic materials, a popular type of object in these years. Samuel Alcock & Co. Alcock was born in Kingsley, Staffordshire. He was the youngest of the nine children of Thomas (1746–1816) and Catherine Alcock (1756–1838). Though from a farming background, he developed an interest in commerce after working with his uncle Joseph Locker, a grocer, tea dealer, provision dealer, chandler and banker of the Market Square, Hanley. His introduction to pottery came when he embarked upon a partnership with Ralph Stevenson of Cobridge, Staffordshire. In 1828, Alcock developed his own business and began work on the Hill Top site in Cobridge. By the 1830s Stevenson employed 600 people at his works. In 1839 he completed work on a large factory, built in the Venetian style, on the junction of Westport Road and Greenhead Street. In November of that year a party to celebrate the opening was held at the George Hotel...
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19th Century Victorian Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Porcelain

Samuel Alcock Majolica Large Ewer with Snake and Frog on Lip, English, ca. 1855
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in Banner Elk, NC
A Samuel Alcock Majolica Pitcher, the body molded as a tree trunk with ferns, oak leaves, acorns, and ivy, entwined by a high relief-molded and ...
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19th Century English Victorian Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Majolica

A fine English porcelain Punch Bowl attributed to Samuel Alcock c.1830
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in Exeter, GB
A fine English porcelain Punch Bowl attributed to Samuel Alcock c.1830. Superbly painted summer flowers to the centre interior of the bowl...
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19th Century Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Porcelain

Samuel Alcock Porcelain Coffee Cup, Orange Imari Flowers, Rococo Revival ca 1830
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in London, GB
This is a beautiful coffee cup and saucer made by Samuel Alcock around 1830, which was the Rococo Revival era. The set is decorated with a bold Imari pattern and has a "ring-moulded" shape. Samuel Alcock was one of the many potters in Staffordshire such as Spode, Coalport, H&R Daniel and many others during the 1830s and 1840s. He was perhaps not the most well-known of potters but produced very high quality wares and original designs, often standing out for their bright choice of colours and beautiful shapes. The Alcock factory is not well documented so although they had a huge output, items are often mis-identified and we don't know much about the production process of artists, even though the wares have a very high quality that equals that of the more well known factories. The Rococo style was originally a style of the 18th Century. After the Baroque style, which was highly symmetrical and well-designed as it aimed to express the perfection of God, the Rococo style was a reaction that expressed the unpredictability and flow of nature. "Rococo" is derived from the French word "rocaille", which stands for a mass of pebbles that are self-organised in a completely unpredictable mess, for instance on the beach or in the mountains. Rococo moved away from the stranglehold that religion had on the arts: it was capricious, asymmetrical, charming and worldly. As Europe got mired in various wars between Germany, France and Britain, the general style got much more austere again and people embraced neo-classicism. But in the 1830s and 1840s, the seemingly unlimited fortunes of the Industrial Revolution sparked a revival of Rococo, once again creating natural shapes that are not always symmetrical and don't particularly make rational sense. This coffee cup can...
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1830s English Rococo Revival Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Porcelain

Samuel Alcock Teacup Trio, Beige with Hand Painted Flowers, Rococo Revival 1841
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in London, GB
This is a beautiful "true trio" made by Samuel Alcock in or shortly after 1841. The trio is decorated in a warm beige ground with a gilt pattern and beautiful flowers in the centre of each item. In the late 18th and early 19th Century cups and saucers...
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1840s English Rococo Revival Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Porcelain

Samuel Alcock Majolica Grape and Strawberry Tray, English, ca. 1875
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in Banner Elk, NC
Samuel Alcock Majolica grape and strawberry tray, English, ca. 1875, naturalistically molded with a large grape leaf with purple glazed grapes, ...
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19th Century English Victorian Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Majolica

Samuel Alcock Porcelain Plate, Maroon with Flowers, Regency, ca 1825
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in London, GB
This is a very striking and rare dessert plate made by Samuel Alcock around the year 1825. The plate is square and has the "inverted shell" moulding with pierced borders, a deep maro...
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1820s English Regency Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Porcelain

Samuel Alcock Plate, Inverted Shell, Flowers, Provenance G.A.Godden Regency 1822
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in London, GB
This is a very striking and rare square dessert serving dish made by Samuel Alcock, circa 1822. The dish has a hand painted flower landscape in an unusual style. The dish has provena...
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1820s English Regency Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Porcelain

English Majolica Grapes Plate Samuel Alcock Circa 1850
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in Austin, TX
English Majolica grapes plate signed Samuel Alcock Circa 1850. Rare plate decorated with grapes and strawberries.
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1850s English Victorian Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Ceramic

Samuel Alcock & Co Palissy Majolica Geranium Floral Shallow Bowl, circa 1850
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in Philadelphia, PA
An unusual Royal Palissy line Geranium Floral oval bowl, from Samuel Alcock & Co, Burslem, Staffordshire, England, circa 1850. This is a scarce example of Alcocks Palissy Geranium...
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Mid-19th Century English Aesthetic Movement Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Earthenware

Samuel Alcock & Co. Majolica Strawberry & Grape Cluster Dessert Tray, circa 1850
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A majolica glazed handled and footed tray from Samuel Alcock & Co, Burslem, Staffordshire, England, circa 1850. A strawberry, grape cluster, floral and leaf motif on a shaped tray...
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Mid-19th Century English Aesthetic Movement Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Earthenware

Samuel Alcock & Co. Majolica Purple Geraniums Plate, English, circa 1860
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in Banner Elk, NC
Samuel Alcock & Co. Majolica purple glazed geraniums plate, English, circa 1860, molded with purple glazed geranium blossoms, stems and leaves glazed in green, yellow and brown, rese...
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19th Century English Victorian Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Majolica

Samuel Alcock Mask & Ivy Cobalt Blue & Green Majolica Pitcher, England, 1875
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A rarely found English Majolica mask handled and climbing Ivy water pitcher, marked Samuel Alcock & Co. circa 1875. A round bellied cobalt blue body ...
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1870s English Aesthetic Movement Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Earthenware

Samuel Alcock Griffin Vase, Cobalt Blue with Landscapes, Rococo Revival, ca 1840
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in London, GB
On offer is a beautiful porcelain vase made by Samuel Alcock in about 1840 during the Rococo Revival era. The vase has griffin-shaped handles, a cobalt blue ground, lavish gilt and a...
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1840s English Rococo Revival Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Porcelain

Samuel Alcock Porcelain Vase, Maroon with Landscapes, Rococo Revival, ca 1840
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in London, GB
On offer is a beautiful porcelain vase made by Samuel Alcock circa 1840 during the Rococo Revival era. It has a maroon ground and a stunning landscape painting. Samuel Alcock was on...
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1840s English Rococo Revival Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Porcelain

Samuel Alcock & Co. Strawberry and Grape Leaf Plate, England, circa 1850
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A strawberry and grape leaf plate, from Samuel Alcock & Co, Burslem, Staffordshire, England, circa 1850. A central grape leaf is shown with a vine border, along with purple bunche...
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Mid-19th Century English Aesthetic Movement Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Earthenware

Samuel Alcock & Co Majolica Strawberry Leaf Form Dessert Tray England circa 1850
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A majolica glazed leaf form dessert tray from Samuel Alcock & Co, Burslem, Staffordshire, England, circa 1850. A central strawberry leaf on a shaped tray with a vine border, and sho...
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Mid-19th Century English Aesthetic Movement Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Earthenware

Samuel Alcock & Co Majolica Strawberry Leaf Form Dessert Tray England circa 1850
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A majolica glazed leaf form dessert tray from Samuel Alcock & Co, Burslem, Staffordshire, England, circa 1850. A central strawberry leaf on a shaped tray with a vine border, and sho...
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Mid-19th Century English Aesthetic Movement Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Earthenware

Samuel Alcock Coffee Cup, Pale Yellow, Flowers and Butterflies, ca 1834
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in London, GB
A coffee cup and saucer in “embossed fluted” shape, pale yellow ground with flowers and butterflies Pattern 4626 Year: ca 1834 Size: teacup 8cm (3.15“),saucer 14.5cm (5.75“) diameter Condition: excellent, some stacking wear The Samuel Alcock factory was operative in Staffordshire between 1822 and 1856, after which it was bought by Sir James Duke and Nephews. The factory started as a partnership between the young Samuel Alcock and the older Ralph Stevenson, who provided the factory and capital. Alcock quickly took the factory to great heights, building one of the biggest factories of its time. Alcock jumped on the new Rococo Revival fashion and served a huge new middle class market. The reason we now don't hear much about Samuel Alcock porcelain is that much of it has been mis-identified over the years and attributed to Coalport, Ridgway, Rockingham or others; Alcock did not mark any of his porcelain save a few rare pieces, and the numbering system is difficult to understand. However, the wares are still wide spread and many are of great quality. This set forms part of the Murray Pollinger Collection of Samuel Alcock Porcelain. Most of the collection is not publicly available yet, but if you would like to get access to the first 100 lots, please sign up for our mailing list...
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1830s English Victorian Antique Samuel Alcock & Co. Furniture

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Porcelain

Samuel Alcock & Co. furniture for sale on 1stDibs.

Samuel Alcock & Co. furniture are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive items are frequently made of ceramic and are designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our collection of Samuel Alcock & Co. furniture, although black editions of this piece are particularly popular. Many of the original furniture by Samuel Alcock & Co. were created in the Victorian style in united kingdom during the 19th century. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider furniture by Grainger Worcester, Copeland Spode, and Chamberlains Worcester. Prices for Samuel Alcock & Co. furniture can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at $110 and can go as high as $12,500, while a piece like these, on average, fetch $625.

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