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Place of Origin: British
Wedgwood & Bentley Black Basalt Inkstand
By Wedgwood & Bentley
Located in New Orleans, LA
This elegant inkwell set by Wedgwood & Bentley is crafted of black basalt, one of Wedgwood’s finest inventions. The set is comprised of two canisters, both held within an intriguing ...
Category

18th Century Other Antique British Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic

Georgian Mason's Ironstone Serving Platter Rock, Leaves and Flowers Ptn, Ca 1818
By Mason's Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very decorative oval shaped serving dish or platter by Mason's Ironstone, Lane Delph, England in the "Rock , Leaves and Flowers" Pattern, dating to the very early period of...
Category

Early 19th Century Georgian Antique British Ceramics

Materials

Ironstone

Georgian Derby Trio Tea & Coffee Cup & Saucer Pattern 569, Puce Mark Circa 1795
By Derby
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a good porcelain TRIO of a Tea Cup, Coffee Cup and saucer by the Derby factory, made during the George 111rd period, circa 1795. The pieces are well potted in the Hamilton...
Category

Late 18th Century George III Antique British Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain

Antique Cheese Keeper, English, Ceramic, Butter Dome, Victorian, Circa 1900
Located in Hele, Devon, GB
This is an antique cheese keeper. An English, ceramic butter dome with historical print, dating to the Victorian period, circa 1900. Charming example of flow blue decor, establish...
Category

Late 19th Century Antique British Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic

Sand Espresso Set
Located in Richmond, VA
Sand stoneware double espresso set with a textured matte exterior and transparent gloss glaze on the interior. Each cup features a light grey semi-circle handle and BRUTES stamped on...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Modern British Ceramics

Materials

Stoneware

Large Mason's Ironstone Jug or Pitcher in rare Heron Pattern, Circa 1830
By Mason's Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is an unusual rare shaped, large Jug or pitcher made by Mason's ironstone pottery in the Heron pattern and fully back stamped, dating it to Ca 1830. It has a Rare shape and pat...
Category

Early 19th Century Chinoiserie Antique British Ceramics

Materials

Ironstone

English, Probably Leeds Hand Painted Pottery Bust of William Shakespeare
By Leeds Pottery
Located in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire
Antique English, probably Leeds hand painted pottery portrait bust of William Shakespeare dating from around 1815. The bust stands raised on a shaped socle hand painted in a marble e...
Category

1810s George III Antique British Ceramics

Materials

Pottery

Antique English Doulton Burslem Glen Urquart Highland Whiskey Dispenser
Located in Bridgeport, CT
A rare and large glazed ceramic whiskey dispenser with strong form and color. Mark on the base dates to 1882-1891. Urquart owner's inscription also impressed on the base. A large sca...
Category

19th Century Rustic Antique British Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic

Contemporary Earthenware Mug with Interpretation of Traditional Creamware Forms
By Faye Toogood
Located in London, GB
Indigo Storm, 1882 Ltd. with Faye Toogood. Faye Toogood’s range of ceramic designs for 1882 Ltd. celebrates the accidental beauty of natural imperfections. Indigo Storm is a bold int...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Modern British Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic

Antique English Soft Paste Porcelain Liverpool Coffee Pot, 18th Century
By Seth Pennington Liverpool Porcelain
Located in Katonah, NY
We are pleased to offer this rare Liverpool soft-paste porcelain coffee pot made in England in the late 18th century, circa 1785. The pot is painted with a lovely chinoiserie scene o...
Category

Late 18th Century Chinoiserie Antique British Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain

Modern Ceramic Oversized Vase with Closed Top in White, Big Vase 2
By Max Lamb
Located in London, GB
Big vase 2, 1882 Ltd. with Max Lamb. You can never have too many flowers. The question is how big can the vase be? Big vase starts life as a solid block of plaster that is hand carve...
Category

2010s Modern British Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic

Miles Mason Porcelain Coffee Can & Tea Cup Classical Pattern No. 349, circa 1805
By Miles Mason Porcelain
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
These are a beautiful matching pair of porcelain cups comprising a coffee can and a tea cup, in a classical bat printed pattern umber 349, made by Miles Mason (Mason's), Staffordshir...
Category

Early 19th Century Classical Greek Antique British Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain

English Transferware Large Platter, Harvest Fruit Pattern by Johnson Brothers
By Johnson Brothers
Located in Austin, TX
A large vintage serving platter featuring the harvest fruit brown and white transfer-ware pattern by the celebrated English pottery firm, Johnson Brothers. With authentic midcentu...
Category

20th Century British Ceramics

Materials

Earthenware, Pottery

Holdcroft Majolica Blackberry on Tree Trunk Teapot, Turquoise Blue Cover c. 1877
By Joseph Holdcroft
Located in Banner Elk, NC
A Joseph Holdcroft cylindrical teapot and cover, naturalistically molded as a tree trunk entwined with flowering blackberry, with branch handle and spout, the cover finial formed as ...
Category

19th Century Victorian Antique British Ceramics

Materials

Majolica

Carlton Ware England 'Temple' Pattern Octagonal Vase, circa 1925
By Carlton Ware Ltd
Located in Sydney, NSW
A superbly hand decorated 'Temple' pattern vase from circa 1925 in near perfect condition having been in only the one collection since purchase in the 1930s. Oriental scene of figure...
Category

1920s Chinoiserie Vintage British Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic

Set of 6 Early Wedgwood Creamware Neoclassical Style Dinner Dishes
By Wedgwood
Located in Fort Lauderdale, FL
A set of six early Wedgwood creamware Neoclassical dessert dishes made circa 1780. Sir William Hamilton’s Collection of Etruscan, Greek and Roman antiquities, published in 1766 by...
Category

Late 18th Century Neoclassical Antique British Ceramics

Materials

Creamware

Minton Majolica Centerpiece Tray 15-in, Lotus Flower on Green Ground, Dated 1863
By Minton
Located in Banner Elk, NC
Minton Majolica centerpiece, naturalistically modeled as a pond bed with simulated water glazed in cyan blue, with green glazed lily pads and flowering pond lilies (lotus), and reeds...
Category

Mid-19th Century Victorian Antique British Ceramics

Materials

Majolica

English Majolica Cherub Dish by Minton
By Minton
Located in Austin, TX
A fine Majolica serving platter or bowl by the celebrated English pottery firm, Minton. Featuring a design of a recumbent cherub or child clutching grapes upon a bed of grape leaves...
Category

19th Century Antique British Ceramics

Materials

Earthenware, Pottery, Ceramic

Wm. Brownfield Majolica Leaf and Strawberry Plate in Cobalt Blue, English, 1876
By William Brownfield
Located in Banner Elk, NC
William Brownfield Majolica Leaf and Strawberry 9-inch Plate in Cobalt Blue, English, 1876, in highly desirable cobalt ground. Impressed mark to reverse 'BROWNFIELD' with date code: ...
Category

1870s Victorian Antique British Ceramics

Materials

Majolica

Bone China Royal Doulton Rhodes Saucer with Pink and Blue Shell Design, England
By Royal Daulton
Located in Oklahoma City, OK
A beautiful crisp white bone china saucer with a sea shell design around the rim. It has a crisp white center, and a hand painted gold rim. Light pink shell designs are painted atop ...
Category

1980s Late Victorian Vintage British Ceramics

Materials

Gold

Art Deco Wilkinson Arthur J. Royal Staffordshire Pottery Pair of Tureens
By Arthur J Wilkinson
Located in Prato, Tuscany
We kindly suggest you read the whole description, because with it we try to give you detailed technical and historical information to guarantee the authenticity of our objects. Prett...
Category

Mid-20th Century Art Deco British Ceramics

Materials

Pottery

Pair of Ault Pottery Arts & Crafts Style Vases
By Ault Pottery
Located in Fort Lauderdale, FL
A pair of large Arts & Crafts vases hand-painted by Clarissa Ault circa 1890. This pair of Arts & Crafts pottery vases were hand-painted by Clarissa Ault, daughter of English cera...
Category

Late 19th Century Arts and Crafts Antique British Ceramics

Materials

Earthenware

Fine Bone China Jug Slip-Cast Hand Carved Plaster Models
By Max Lamb
Located in London, GB
Crockery White, 1882 Ltd. with Max Lamb. A collection of fine bone china tableware slip-cast from plaster models carved by hand, with glazed interior for functionality and raw exteri...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Modern British Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic

Mid 19th Century Pug Dog Figurine Staffordshire Pottery, English
By Staffordshire
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a good pottery figurine of a Pug Dog made by one of the Staffordshire potters, which we date to mid 19th Century early Victorian England. The dog figure is well modelled t...
Category

Mid-19th Century Early Victorian Antique British Ceramics

Materials

Pottery

Early 19th Century Pearlware Chestnut Basket
Located in Pasadena, CA
This is a good example of a very early 19th century Pearlware Chestnut Basket in the "Blue Willow" transfer pattern. Creamware was invented during the second half of the 18th century...
Category

Early 19th Century Regency Antique British Ceramics

Materials

Clay

Brampton Early Victorian Salt Glazed Stoneware Dog Bowl
Located in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire
A rare antique English, Brampton salt glazed dog bowl molded with setter like dogs and leaves and dating from the mid 19th century or possibly slightly earlier. The eight sided stone...
Category

Mid-19th Century Early Victorian Antique British Ceramics

Materials

Stoneware

Two Victorian English Pottery Decanters in Tantalus-Inspired Wicker Basket
Located in Atlanta, GA
Two English pottery decanters in a tantalus inspired wicker basket from the mid 19th century. Born in England during the Victorian period, this pair of decanters is set inside a tant...
Category

Mid-19th Century Victorian Antique British Ceramics

Materials

Pottery, Wicker

Georgian Davenport Large Meat Platter in Stork Ptn No 24 Ironstone, circa 1815
By Davenport Porcelain
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a finely hand painted large and rare early Stone China (Ironstone) Meat Plate or Platter, which dates to the George 111 period, circa 1815. Made by the DAVENPORT factory of L...
Category

Early 19th Century Georgian Antique British Ceramics

Materials

Ironstone

George Jones Majolica Pitcher with Trompe L'oeil White Orchids, English, c. 1875
By George Jones
Located in Banner Elk, NC
George Jones Majolica Pitcher, English, ca. 1875, with high relief-molded trompe l'oeil white orchids, with stems and leaves glazed in various shades of green, on a simulated mossy, ...
Category

19th Century Victorian Antique British Ceramics

Materials

Majolica

English Jasperware Blue Wedgwood Vases w/ Neoclassical Subjects on Plinths, Pair
By John Flaxman
Located in New York, NY
An exquisite and quite rare pair of 19th century English, Staffordshire, Jasperware blue ground Wedgwood vases with neoclassical subjects on rounded plinths, stylistically attributed...
Category

1870s Neoclassical Antique British Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic

Rare Lambeth Delft Plate by Abigail Griffith-England, 18th Century
By Abigail Griffith
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A rare 9" Lambeth Delft plate: "An English Delftware tin-glazed charger attributed to the Abigail Griffith London Lambeth pothouse. Great decorative blue and white delftware- boldly ...
Category

Late 18th Century George III Antique British Ceramics

Materials

Pottery

Royal Doulton Reynard 1950s Fox Coffee Service Printed & Hand Painted Bone China
By Royal Doulton
Located in Paris, FR
Elegant and original fine bone china coffee service including: Two coffee pots: one high 20cm and one slightly smaller 18cm base 14cm One milk jug 12cm Two oval sugar bowl Six co...
Category

1940s Black Forest Vintage British Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain

James Dudson Antique Pewter Mounted Salt Glazed Ceramic Teapot
Located in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire
A very fine quality early Victorian bullet shaped salt glazed teapot with pewter mounted cover by James Dudson and dating from around 1850. This exceptional example is crisply molded...
Category

Mid-19th Century Early Victorian Antique British Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic

First Period Dr. Wall Worcester Milk Jug in Chinese Family Pattern, Circa 1770
By Dr. John Wall 1
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a rare and delightful English, first period or Dr Wall Worcester sparrow beak milk jug with a loop handle, made of porcelain dating to the 18th century, circa 1770. This Wor...
Category

Mid-18th Century George III Antique British Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain

Hand Glazed Earthenware Handleless Cup with Unique Contemporary Design
By Queensbury Hunt
Located in London, GB
Slick, 1882 Ltd. Slick and Sleet by 1882 Ltd. with an extended vaseSlick, 1882 Ltd. Slick and Sleet by 1882 Ltd. with an extended vase collection by Queensberry Hunt is a collection ...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Modern British Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic

Solar Stone, Contemporary Vase / Vessel in Yellow & Orange by Nic Parnell
By Nic Parnell
Located in London, GB
This contemporary vase is created by applying multiple coats of Jesmonite in a three dimensional landscape of textured surfaces. Jesmonite is an environmentally friendly alternative ...
Category

2010s Modern British Ceramics

Materials

Marble

19th C. English Majolica 6 Wells Oyster Plate
Located in Winter Park, FL
A good 19th century 6 well English Majolica Oyster plate with vivid turquoise color with a small center well. No marks on the bottom. All in good condition with no chips, damage or r...
Category

Late 19th Century Antique British Ceramics

Materials

Majolica

Pair of Mason's Ashworth Orange Ironstone Dragon Trumpet Vases
By Mason's Ironstone
Located in Fort Lauderdale, FL
A pair of trumpet vases in the ‘Sumatra’ dragon pattern on a striking orange glaze with cobalt chinoiserie details, made in England by Mason's Ashworth circa 1910. The ‘Sumatra’ pat...
Category

Early 20th Century Chinoiserie British Ceramics

Materials

Ironstone

Mike Dodd Studio Pottery Brown Ash Glazed Teapot and Cover
By Mike Dodd
Located in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire
A stylish English studio pottery teapot and cover decorated in brown ash glazes by renowned potter Mike Dodd (English, b. 1943) and dating from the 20th century. The teapot of rounde...
Category

20th Century Modern British Ceramics

Materials

Clay

Antique 18th Century Wedgwood Creamware Basket Form Double Salt Cellar
By Wedgwood
Located in Philadelphia, PA
An 18th century Wedgwood creamware double salt cellar. The form consisting of two basket (or pail-form) bowls joined at the rim and connected by two twisted interwoven handles. ...
Category

Late 18th Century George III Antique British Ceramics

Materials

Creamware

Art Deco Two English Pottery Glass Eyed Dog Figures
Located in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire
Two delightful English Art Deco pottery novelty dog figures with glass eyes made by Fielding’s and Crown Devon and dating from the 1930’s. The small figures portray two small puppy d...
Category

1930s Art Deco Vintage British Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic

Fine Bone China Mug Slip-Cast Hand Carved Plaster Models
By Max Lamb
Located in London, GB
Crockery White, 1882 Ltd. with Max Lamb. A collection of fine bone china tableware slip-cast from plaster models carved by hand, with glazed interior for functionality and raw exteri...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Modern British Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic

George Jones Majolica 'Strawberry Tray' with Cream & Sugar Wells, English, 1873
By George Jones
Located in Banner Elk, NC
George Jones Majolica 'Strawberry Tray' with cream and sugar wells, English, British Registry mark to reverse for 29 April 1873, and black painted pattern number '3221P' which corres...
Category

1870s Victorian Antique British Ceramics

Materials

Majolica

Early 19th Century Adams Leaf Dish
By Adams
Located in High Point, NC
Early 19th century transfer ware Adams dish in a leaf shaped mold in the famous "Blue Willow" pattern. Marked on the underside Adams Tunstall.
Category

Early 19th Century Early Victorian Antique British Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain

Martin Brothers Spoonwarmer
By Robert Wallace Martin
Located in Chipping Campden, GB
5296 Martin Brothers Spoonwarmer modelled as a wide mouthed creature with a tail forming a jug handle. Undated but Circa 1900 10.5cm high
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1880s Arts and Crafts Antique British Ceramics

Materials

Pottery

Fine Bone China Posy Vase Slip-Cast Hand Carved Plaster Models
By Max Lamb
Located in London, GB
Crockery White, 1882 Ltd. with Max Lamb. A collection of fine bone china tableware slip-cast from plaster models carved by hand, with glazed interior for functionality and raw exteri...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Modern British Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic

Georgian Mason's Ironstone Shell Dish Finely Painted Mandarin Pattern, Ca 1818
By Mason's Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very good early Mason's Ironstone pottery Shell Dish, finely hand painted in the very decorative Mandarin pattern, produced by the Mason's factory at Lane Delph, Staffordsh...
Category

Early 19th Century Georgian Antique British Ceramics

Materials

Ironstone

English Majolica Passion Flower Plate with Mottled Center, Cobalt ca. 1880
Located in Banner Elk, NC
English majolica plate with relief-molded passion flowers and cobalt blue border, ca. 1880. For thirty years, we have been among the world's preeminent specialists in fine antique m...
Category

19th Century Victorian Antique British Ceramics

Materials

Majolica

Small Transfer Ware Pot with Lid
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Small Victorian transfer-ware pot with black ink and beveled lid. The Chinoiserie motif depicts a cascade of temples, urns, and flowers. Would serve equally well for both practical a...
Category

19th Century Victorian Antique British Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic

Georgian Mason's Ironstone Sauce Tureen & Cover India Pheasant Pattern, Ca 1815
By Mason's Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a good Ironstone Sauce Tureen, complete with lid, made by Mason's of Lane Delph, Staffordshire, England, during the early part of the 19th century, circa 1815. This tureen...
Category

Early 19th Century Chinoiserie Antique British Ceramics

Materials

Ironstone

Georgian Derby Coffee Can & Saucer Hand Painted Roses by John Stanesby, Ca. 1810
By Royal Crown Derby Porcelain
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a beautiful porcelain coffee can and matching saucer by the Derby factory, made during the late Georgian period of the early years of the 19th Century The cylindrical can ...
Category

Early 19th Century George III Antique British Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain

Moorcroft Pottery Vase by Vicky Lovatt Eventide Winter Limited Edition, 2013
By Moorcroft Pottery
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a good vase made by Moorcroft Pottery of Burslem, Stoke on Trent, England. The vase was designed by Vicky Lovatt and shows a woodland winter evening sunset scene called "Eve...
Category

2010s Modern British Ceramics

Materials

Pottery

Contemporary Set of 6 Lou Rota London Hummingbird Tea Plates
Located in Toronto, ON
A set of 6 fine bone china tea plates with hummingbirds from Lou Rota, London. Dishwasher safe.
Category

2010s British Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain

Georgian Spode Coffee Can Porcelain Floral Leaf Gilded Pattern, circa 1810
By Spode
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a good quality porcelain coffee can that we attribute to Spode of Staffordshire, England, made during the very early 19th century, George 111rd period, circa 1810. The cof...
Category

Early 19th Century George III Antique British Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain

Newhall Porcelain Coffee Can Hand Painted Pattern 683, Circa 1800
By New Hall
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a hard paste porcelain coffee Can by New Hall, dating to the turn of the 18th century, George 111rd period, circa 1800. The piece is well potted of hard paste porcelain on...
Category

Late 18th Century Georgian Antique British Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain

Art Nouveau Hand Painted Ceramic Wedgewood Marsden Vase with Floral Patterns
By Wedgewood
Located in New York, NY
This elegant Art Nouveau vase was realized in the England by the storied maker Wedgwood circa 1890. It features Art Nouveau stylized foliate patterns in caramel and crimson with an i...
Category

1890s Art Nouveau Antique British Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic, Paint

Mid-19th Century Minton Victorian Majolica Game Pie Dish
By Minton
Located in Fort Lauderdale, FL
A majolica game pie dish made by Minton & Co. in 1864. The dish takes the form of a wicker basket and is covered with oak leaves, acorns, vines, and ferns. The dish’s lid features a ...
Category

1860s Victorian Antique British Ceramics

Materials

Earthenware, Majolica, Pottery

19th Century Green Majolica Tureen with Stand Bordeaux
Located in Austin, TX
19th century Green Majolica handled tureen with stand signed Bordeaux Vieillard & Cie. Grapes leaves. Measures: Tureen / 8" on 6.8", H 9" Stand / 9.5" on 8", H 2".  
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1890s Victorian Antique British Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic

Minton ceramics for sale on 1stDibs

Minton ceramics are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive objects are frequently made of ceramic and designed with extraordinary care. There are many options in our Minton collection of ceramics, although brown editions of this piece are particularly popular. We stock 50 vintage versions of these items, while there is 0 modern edition to choose from as well. Many of Minton's original ceramics were created in the Victorian style in the United Kingdom during the 19th century. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider ceramics by and . The prices for Minton ceramics can vary depending upon size, time period and other attributes. Price for these items starts at $199 and tops out at $18,985, while pieces like these can sell for $1,760 on average.

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