English Ceramics

Antique Wedgwood Pitcher Rosso Antico
Antique Wedgwood Pitcher Rosso Antico
Wedgwood
Antique Mid-19th Century English Rustic Pitchers
Earthenware
An antique Wedgwood Rosso Antico stoneware pitcher made in England in the mid-19th century. Josiah Wedgwood developed Rosso Antico, literally "old red," a red-colored stoneware that ...
19th Century Staffordshire Ironstone Lidded Tureens of Shipping Scenes
19th Century Staffordshire Ironstone Lidded Tur...
Antique Mid-19th Century English High Victorian Ceramics
Ceramic
Lovely pair of rare 19th century, British Staffordshire, ironstone, Victoria ware, blue and white pottery tureens with lids or covers. One large, one smaller. Fully marked, mad...
Victorian British Oriental Decor Ceramic Jug, circa 1870
Victorian British Oriental Decor Ceramic Jug, c...
Unknown
Antique Late 19th Century English Victorian Ceramics
Ceramic
It's a large polychrome jug with an oriental decor, signed B.T.F.C. on the bottom. Made in England in 1870.
Minton Majolica Oyster Plate in Turquoise and Green, England, 1868
Minton Majolica Oyster Plate in Turquoise and G...
Mintons
Antique 1860s English Victorian Ceramics
Ceramic
This colorful oyster plate has six turquoise-colored wells shaped like shells on a bed of little white shells and dark seaweeds. In the center is a sauce well in deep ocean green sur...
Pair of Antique English Staffordshire Pottery Dogs
Pair of Antique English Staffordshire Pottery Dogs
Antique Late 19th Century English Ceramics
Pottery
A small charming pair of decorative dogs from the late 19th century English potteries. hand-painted, with subtle differences in the faces and spots. Highly decorative but no stamp or...
Collection of Five Toby Jugs, 1880-1940
Collection of Five Toby Jugs, 1880-1940
Antique Late 19th Century English Ceramics
Pottery
A colorful collection of five Toby jugs from the English potteries ranging in age. the two earliest, seen in images 2 and 4, are 19th century and unmarked on the bottom. The third, i...
Pair Creamware Dishes 18th Century English   IN STOCK
Pair Creamware Dishes 18th Century English IN...
Antique Mid-18th Century English Chinoiserie Ceramics
Creamware
Pair of 18th century English creamware dishes painted in Holland. Both plates are beautifully enameled. One of the pair is predominantly painted in purple the other painted in hot p...
Antique Mochaware Pottery Jug Decorated with Slip
Antique Mochaware Pottery Jug Decorated with Slip
Antique Early 19th Century English Folk Art Ceramics
Creamware
A mochaware pottery jug decorated with multicolored slip, dots. On this jug the slip would have been applied with a three chambered cup. During the process the quills were sometimes ...
Stirrup Cup in the Form of a Fish
Stirrup Cup in the Form of a Fish
Antique Early 19th Century English Regency Animal Sculptures
Porcelain
This rare porcelain stirrup cup was made in the form of the head of a fish; a salmon. The fish is well painted with over-glaze enamel colors of black and gray with a bit of yellow-br...
Antique English Cabinet Plate with Fox Hunting ...
Royal Crown Derby Porcelain
Antique Early 19th Century English Regency Ceramics
Porcelain
A Derby cabinet plate with an exceptionally finely painted scene of fox hunting attributed to William Cotton. What is so wonderful about the painting is that Cotton has captured the ...
Pair of antique vases with putti
Antique Late 19th Century English Ceramics
Ceramic
This fantastic pair of antique ceramic vases have a sculptural quality: decorated in relief on the exterior of their bodies with scenes of putti (Cupid figures) playing in a landscap...
New Hall Porcelain Coffee Cup Shanked and Flute...
New Hall Porcelain
Antique Late 18th Century English George III Ceramics
Porcelain
This is an early porcelain coffee cup with a shanked and Fluted Body that we attribute to the New Hall Porcelain Works of Shelton, Staffordshire, England, made, circa 1795. The cu...
Georgian Coalport Coffee Can Trailing Vine gild...
Coalport Porcelain
Antique Early 19th Century English George III Ceramics
Porcelain
This is a good example of an English, George III period, porcelain, coffee can (cup), which we attribute to Coalport, John Rose & Co., Shropshire, England, made in the early 19th cen...
Early Davenport Large Dish or Platter Ironstone...
Davenport Porcelain
Antique Early 19th Century English George III Ceramics
Ironstone
This is an excellent desert dish or platter made by William Davenport and Co., Longport, Staffordshire Potteries, England, circa 1810. The dish is beautifully hand-painted in a bold...
First Period Worcester Porcelain Milk Jug Chine...
Dr. John Wall
Antique Mid-18th Century English George III Porcelain
Porcelain
This is a rare and delightful first period or Dr Wall Worcester sparrow beak milk jug with a loop handle, made of porcelain dating to circa 1770. The pattern is called: "Chinese Fam...
19th Century Majolica Minton Wall Bracket
Mintons
Antique 1860s English Renaissance Wall Brackets
Majolica
The model of this wall brackey was most certainly made in the late 1840s or early 1850s. This dating is based on the shape number that the object has on the back. It is with the numb...
William IVth Mason’s 10-Piece Tea Set English P...
C.J. Mason
Antique Early 19th Century English William IV Ceramics
Porcelain
This is an early English porcelain (bone china) part tea set, made by C J Mason (The same factory who produced Mason's Ironstone) during the period of William IVth, circa 1830-1835. ...
Jackfield Coffee Pot, Swags of Fruit and Flower...
Antique 1760s English Ceramics
Jackfield-type coffee pot of baluster form, painted with onglaze cold-painted colour swags of fruit and flowers, circa 1765.
Antique 19th Century Minton Blue and White Bask...
Antique 19th Century English Ceramics
Ceramic
19th century English Minton barrel-shaped garden seat with leaves in blue against a wicker basket aesthetic ground. Impressed with Minton and the English ceramics mark that was used ...
Rare Mason's Ironstone Jug or Pitcher in Bandan...
Mason's Ironstone
Antique Mid-19th Century English Chinoiserie Pitchers
Ironstone
This is a rare shape Jug by Mason's Ironstone pottery, in the striking Bandana pattern, made in the mid-19th century, Circa 1840. The jug is hand decorated over a transfer printed ...
Pair of Wedgwood Chestnut Baskets
Wedgwood
Antique 1820s English Georgian Ceramics
Creamware
Pair of early 19th century chestnut creamware baskets with underplates. They are trimmed with a soft celery green. The pair of baskets are hand woven into what is considered a basket...
Leeds Red Ware Coffee Pot, Rococo Sprigging, ci...
Antique 1760s English Ceramics
Redware coffee pot, with Rococo sprigging including a ‘man-in-the-moon’, acanthus leaf moulded spout, and distinct Rococo handle with basketweave. Unmarked, attributed to Leeds, ...
Creamware Coffee Pot, Whieldon Tortoiseshell Gl...
Antique 1760s English Ceramics
Creamware coffee pot, of tall baluster form, glazed in a superb Whieldon tortoiseshell-type glaze, applied with trailing rose sprigging. ex- Zorensky Collection, circa 1765.
Pearlware Figure of Andromache and Hector’s Urn...
Antique 1790s English Ceramics
Pearlware figure of classical lady, modelled standing by an urn, Andromache weeping over the ashes of Hector. Unmarked, circa 1790.
English Transferware Large Platter, His Majesty...
Johnson Brothers
20th Century English Ceramics
Earthenware, Pottery
A large vintage serving platter featuring the Wild Turkey, His Majesty brown and white transfer-ware pattern by the celebrated English pottery firm, Johnson Brothers. With authentic...
English Transferware Large Platter, Barnyard Ki...
Johnson Brothers
20th Century English Ceramics
Earthenware, Pottery
A large vintage serving platter featuring the wild Turkey, Barnyard King brown and white transfer-ware pattern by the celebrated English pottery firm, Johnson Brothers. With authent...
English Transferware Large Platter, Flying Turk...
Johnson Brothers
20th Century English Platters and Serveware
Earthenware, Pottery
A large vintage serving platter featuring the wild turkeys flying brown and white transfer-ware pattern by the celebrated English pottery firm, Johnson Brothers. With authentic midc...
English Transferware Large Platter, Native Amer...
Johnson Brothers
20th Century English Platters and Serveware
Earthenware, Pottery
A large vintage serving platter featuring the Wild Turkey, Native American brown and white transfer-ware pattern by the celebrated English pottery firm, Johnson Brothers. With authe...
English Creamware ‘Artichoke’ Custard Cup, Blue...
Antique 1780s English Ceramics
English creamware artichoke form custard cup, crisply moulded with blue details, circa 1780.  
Antique English Creamware 18th Century Sweetmea...
Leeds Pottery
Antique Late 18th Century English Rococo Centerpieces
Creamware
A fabulous three tiered 18th century Creamware Platt Menage, made in England, probably Yorkshire, circa 1780-90. Made to hold sweet delicacies such as a piece of candy or a small pi...
Pair English Antique Porcelain Tureens with Chi...
Copeland Spode
Antique 1840s English Qing Soup Tureens
Ironstone
A pair of English, Copeland Spode, porcelain tureens painted with a striking chinoiserie decoration. For Europeans in the 18th and 19th centuries China was a distant and unknown land...
Mochaware Pitcher Decorated with a Cable Pattern
Antique Early 19th Century English Folk Art Pitchers
Creamware
A lovely antique Mochaware pitcher decorated with a three color cable pattern of dark brown, white, and light blue slip. This Dutch shape pearlware pitcher was first decorated with c...
Wedgwood Black Basalt Mantle Vases, Pair
Wedgwood
20th Century English Neoclassical Vases
Stoneware
This pair of Wedgwood double handled mantel vases has a truly classical shape and decoration. The expected Wedgwood molded design is finely executed. Around the center of the vases ...
Antique Mochaware Mug Decorated with "Trees"
Antique Early 1800s English Folk Art Ceramics
Creamware
A Mochaware half pint mug molded in an elegant shape with a wide band of burnt orange slip decorated with vertical tree-like dendritic designs. The "trees" rise from a horizontal den...
Pair of Antique Pierced Creamware Baskets and S...
Antique Late 18th Century English Rococo Decorative Baskets
Creamware
An exquisite pair of rare and beautiful 18th century pierced creamware baskets and stands. An image and description can be found in "Creamware and other English Pottery at Temple Ne...
Early Mason's Ironstone Large Cider Mug Vase an...
Mason's Ironstone
Antique Early 19th Century English George III Ceramics
Ironstone
This is a large and impressive hand painted Cider Mug or tankard made by Mason's Ironstone, England, with a very early date in the Georgian period, Ca 1815. The mug is octagonal in ...
First Period Worcester Sparrow Beak Jug Porcela...
Dr. John Wall
Antique Late 18th Century English George III Ceramics
Porcelain
This is a fine and early Porcelain Worcester Sparrow -beak Milk Jug of the characteristic shape, with a simple loop handle, made in Worcester's First or Doctor Wall period, circa 177...
Early 19th Century Spode Porcelain Coffee Can A...
Spode
Antique Early 19th Century English Regency Ceramics
Porcelain
This is a good example of an English George III period, porcelain, coffee can (cup), made by Spode in the early 19th century, circa 1810. The can is nominally straight sided and h...
Antique Denby Pottery Tennis Lemonade Beaker
Antique 1890s English Sporting Art Sports Equipment and Memorabilia
Ceramic
Tennis-themed beaker. A very nice 'Denby' pottery tennis themed beaker. The tennis ceramic is decorated, in relief, with two crossed convex wedge lawn tennis rackets with three ball...
1850s English Gilt Brass and Blue Jasperware Cu...
Antique 1850s English Classical Greek Ceramics
Brass, Ceramic
Set of four English light blue jasperware and gilt brass tie backs. Classical centre motif. Signed on the back 9-5-55 (1855).
Antique Creamware "King's Rose" Pattern Sugar Bowl
Antique Late 18th Century English Romantic Ceramics
Creamware
A lovely 18th century creamware sugar bowl in the "King's Rose" pattern with hand-painted designs of roses and other smaller flowers. This creamware gem has handles on both the bowl ...
Early Set of Four Mason's Ironstone Jugs or Pit...
Mason's Ironstone
Antique Early 19th Century English Chinoiserie Ceramics
Ironstone
This is a very good, early set of four Mason's Ironstone hydra jugs in the Japan Basket pattern, Ca 1820. The jugs are octagonal in shape with the snake handle, ranging in size fro...
Large Moorcroft Vase Lamia Pattern Designed by...
Moorcroft Pottery
Late 20th Century English Modern Ceramics
Pottery
This is a large and impressive vase by Moorcroft Pottery, England. The striking floral pattern is called Lamia, by the renowned designer Rachel Bishop. It is painted by Sue Pointo...
Set of Four 19th Century Mason's Ashworth's Iro...
Mason's Ironstone
Antique Late 19th Century English Late Victorian Decorative Dishes and V...
Pottery, Ironstone
These are a good and unusual set of four Ironstone Supper Dishes from the Mason's Factory when it was owned by the Ashworth Brothers. From about 1861 the Mason's Company traded under...
64 Art Nouveau Relief Tiles 1681" sqm by Craven...
Craven Dunhill, Craven Dunhill
Antique Early 1900s English Arts and Crafts Architectural Elements
Earthenware, Pottery
A stunning Art Nouveau/ Arts & Crafts tile panel from the superb firm, Craven Dunnill, & Co., Ltd, Jackfield Salop, England, c. 1905, in a bright celadon. This quantity orginal jugen...
64 Art Nouveau Relief Tiles 1681" Sqm by Craven...
Craven Dunhill, Craven Dunhill
Antique Early 1900s English Arts and Crafts Architectural Elements
Earthenware, Pottery
A stunning Art Nouveau/ Arts & Crafts tile panel from the superb firm, Craven Dunnill, & Co., Ltd, Jackfield Salop, England, circa 1905, in a bright celadon. This quantity original j...
Rare Large Clarice Cliff Bizarre Crocus Bowl, 1...
Vintage 1930s English Art Deco Ceramics
Purchased at Sotheby's Auction years back this stunning Clarice Cliff bowl is something to admire! Large in size, vibrant coloring. Stunning example. Measures: 14.5 in x 5 in.    
Rare Clarice Cliff Large Bizarre Lotus Jug Croc...
Vintage 1930s English Art Deco Ceramics
Stunning colors on this Clarice Cliff jug. Vibrant blues, reds, yellow and green. Measures: 7-7/8 in high x 3.5 in base. In wonderful condition.  
Orange Continuous Form by Merete Rasmussen
Merete Rasmussen
21st Century and Contemporary English Abstract Sculptures
Ceramic, Stoneware
"Dark Orange Continuous Form, 2016. Unique. Ceramic/ Stoneware. Merete Rasmussen is an award winning ceramic artist and her work is represented in several international museu...
Six Early Mason's Ironstone Dinner Plates Harle...
Mason's Ironstone
Antique Early 19th Century English Chinoiserie Ceramics
Ironstone
This is a harlequin set of six Mason's ironstone dinner plates, all dating to the earliest period between 1813 and 1820. All the plates are circular with a notched rim and of the ...
Very Rare Spode Foot Bath Earthenware Chinese F...
Spode
Antique Early 19th Century English Chinoiserie Ceramics
Earthenware
This is a very rare and beautiful earthenware foot bath produced by the Josiah Spode factory, stoke on trent, England, made early in the 19th century. A Footbath of the same shape...
Late Georgian Spode Ironstone Plate Chinoiserie...
Spode
Antique Early 19th Century English Chinoiserie Ceramics
Ironstone
This is a beautiful dinner plate, produced by the Spode factory, circa 1820. The plate has a large diameter ( over 9.5 inches) with a scalloped edge rim. This is pattern number...
Late Georgian Spode Serving Dish Ironstone Chin...
Spode
Antique Early 19th Century English Chinoiserie Decorative Dishes and Vid...
Ironstone
This is a beautiful large serving dish, produced by the Spode factory in pattern number 2054. This is a fairly deep dish. The chinoiserie inspired decoration was transfer printed...
Rare Late 18th Century Derby Coffee Can Fluted ...
Antique Late 18th Century English George III Ceramics
Porcelain
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...
Morley & Co. Mason's Ironstone Platter hand pai...
F. Morley & Co.
Antique Mid-19th Century English Chinoiserie Platters and Serveware
Ironstone
This is a good large English ironstone platter by F Morley (Mason's Ironstone) from the mid-19th century. It was manufactured by Francis Morley & Co. of Shelton, Hanley, Staffordshi...
Large Mason's Ironstone Jug or Pitcher in Heron...
Mason's Ironstone
Antique Early 19th Century English Chinoiserie Pitchers
Ironstone
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...
Contemporary Cast Bowl, Serving Bowl Oversized ...
John Pawson
2010s English Modern Ceramics
Ceramic
Cast bowl, 1882 Ltd. with John Pawson. Cast bowl is conceived as a quiet landscape in ceramic. Glazed in the palest of hues, the play of light and shadow generates endless small shif...
Contemporary Tryst Ceramic Vase with Hand-Paint...
Amy Hughes
2010s English Modern Ceramics
Ceramic
Tryst – 1882 Ltd. with Amy J Hughes. Industry meets the studio maker head-on in this collaborative project between ceramicist Amy Jayne Hughes, the V&A and 1882 Ltd. Aiming to restor...
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