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Place of Origin: English
Portrait Medallions David Garrick & Sarah Siddons, Wedgwood, 19th Century
By Wedgwood
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
A matched pair of portrait medallions showing the famous actors Mr Garrick (C1830) and Mrs Siddons, (circa 1880). Framed as a pair, they work well together. David Garrick and Sarah Siddons...
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Mid-19th Century Neoclassical Antique English Pottery

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Pottery

Encaustic Painted Basalt Vase, Wedgwood, circa 1770
By Wedgwood
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
A fine, large vase in black basalt, decorated with an en grisaille painted illustration of Orpheus playing his lyre, with a stag sitting quietly by, listening to his playing - and pe...
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Late 18th Century Neoclassical Antique English Pottery

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Stoneware

Pair of Flaxman Ewers in Black Basalt. Wedgwood C1830.
By Wedgwood
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
One of the iconic early wedgwood pieces, the pair of ewers Sacred to Neptune & Sacred to Bacchus was designed by Flaxman in the 1780s for Josiah Wedgwood. They have remained popular ...
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Early 19th Century Neoclassical Antique English Pottery

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Stoneware

Georgian Mason's Ironstone Side Plate in Heavily Floral Japan Ptn, Circa 1815
By Mason's Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very good Ironstone pottery small side plate, made by the Mason's factory at Lane Delph, Staffordshire, England and are decorated in the He...
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Early 19th Century Georgian Antique English Pottery

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Ironstone

Frank Brangwyn Royal Doulton Art Deco Harvest Pattern Cup & Saucer
By Frank Brangwyn
Located in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire
A stylish and scarce Art Deco Royal Doulton cup and saucer decorated in a harvest pattern by renowned Welsh artist Sir Frank William Brangwyn (Belgia...
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1930s Art Deco Vintage English Pottery

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Pottery

Early Coffee Cup Blue and White Boy on a Buffalo Ptn probably Spode, circa 1790
By Josiah Spode
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a good, very early, rare blue and white coffee cup in the "Boy on a Buffalo" pattern, probably from the factory of Josiah Spode, stoke on Trent, Staffordshire, England, made...
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Late 18th Century Chinoiserie Antique English Pottery

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Earthenware

Christopher Dresser Watcombe Aesthetic Movement Twin Handled Persian Taste Vase
By Christopher Dresser
Located in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire
An unusual Aesthetic Movement flow glaze twin handled vase in the ‘Persian Taste’ by renowned British designer Christopher Dresser (British, 1834 – 1904) for Watcombe Torquay...
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1880s Aesthetic Movement Antique English Pottery

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Earthenware

Campana Vase, Victoriaware Wedgwood, circa 1880
By Wedgwood
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
A campana vase in white & gilt Victoriaware. Very French in style, the decoration being a copy of Sevres. It works surprisingly well on the neoclassical shape.
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Mid-19th Century Neoclassical Antique English Pottery

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Stoneware

Prattware cottage money box, c. 1830. Yorkshire Potteries.
By Yorkshire Potteries
Located in Gargrave, North Yorkshire
Yorkshire pottery Prattware money box, c. 1830. Modelled as a cottage, with the two children at the upstairs windows, and an aperture in the roof to accept coins. The gable ends havi...
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1830s Georgian Antique English Pottery

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Pottery

Silver framed Medallion, George Washington by Bert Bentley, Wedgwood, circa 1925
By Wedgwood
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
A portrait medallion of George Washington, in pale blue jasperware, and set in a quality frame of silver, reeded and cross-banded. Decorated by Bert Bentley, one of the best of the e...
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Early 20th Century Neoclassical Revival English Pottery

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Stoneware

English Delft Campana Vase, C1760
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
A rare, large vase in a classical shape, decorated with figures in a landscape. Large pieces of delftware are not often found. See CIRC 43-1963 in the V&A for a similar example.
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Mid-18th Century Neoclassical Antique English Pottery

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Earthenware

Delft plate with a woman passing a monument. England C1745.
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
Tin-glazed earthenware, decorated with a woman in a landscape. Known as a monument plate, after the monument surmounted by a vase. Prov: Troy Chappell coll., from Allister Sampson. ...
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Mid-18th Century Neoclassical Antique English Pottery

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Earthenware

Delft charger, with Chinoiserie Decoration. England C1760.
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
A fine and large charger, with typical polychrome decoration. English Delftware is considered to be one of the most important forms of English ceramic production of the period, and ...
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Mid-18th Century Chinoiserie Antique English Pottery

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Earthenware

Pair of Chinoiserie Delft plates. England C1760
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
A pair of plates painted with a pagoda in a garden after a contemporary Chinese model. English Delftware is considered to be one of the most important forms of English ceramic produ...
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Mid-18th Century Chinoiserie Antique English Pottery

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Earthenware

Delft plate witha couple leaving a church. Wincanton/London England C1750
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
A dinner-plate, painted in the delft style with a couple leacing a church, or perhaps a house. Wincanton pottery, or perhaps London. English Delftware is considered to be one of the...
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Mid-18th Century Neoclassical Antique English Pottery

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Earthenware

Tall coffee pot in pearlware, House & Fence decoration. C1790
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
A fine and large - enormous - coffee or chocolate pot in pearlware, with “House & Fence” decoration, in imitation of a Chinese original. It is thought that these oversixed pots wer...
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Late 18th Century Neoclassical Antique English Pottery

Materials

Earthenware

Georgian Davenport PAIR of Side Plates in Stork Ptn No 24 Ironstone, circa 1815
By Davenport Porcelain
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a finely hand painted PAIR of early Stone China (Ironstone) Side or Desert Plates, which date to the George 111 period, circa 1815. Made by the DAVENPORT factory of Longport,...
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Early 19th Century Georgian Antique English Pottery

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Ironstone

A G Sangwell Martin Brothers Pottery Grotesque Dragons Tribute Art Pottery Vase
By Martin Brothers
Located in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire
An unusual and rare Martin Brothers tribute vase by A G Sangwell, but recorded by the collector as A E Sangwell the owner of a hardware shop at 25 Featherstone Road (confirmed throug...
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1930s Arts and Crafts Vintage English Pottery

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Pottery

Mason's Ironstone Large Dinner Plate in Bandana Pattern, circa 1900
By Mason's Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very good, large dinner plate by Mason's ironstone, England in the Bandana pattern, dating to circa 1900. The Plate is circular in shape with a wavy moulded edge. This pl...
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Late 19th Century Chinoiserie Antique English Pottery

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Ironstone

Small Salt Glazed Brewery Jug from Arthur Goggs, Tiverton England
Located in Port Chester, NY
A small salt glazed ceramic brewery jug, manufacturered in the mid 19th Century for Arthur Goggs in Tiverton, England. The glaze is in good antique condition. Note the maker's thum...
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Mid-19th Century Antique English Pottery

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Pottery

Staffordshire pearlware seated dog, c. 1830.
By Enoch Wood & Sons
Located in Gargrave, North Yorkshire
Staffordshire pottery pearlware seated dog, c. 1830. Attractively modelled, as a black spotted dog, seated upon a cushion. The green and blue enamelled cushion, applied with two flow...
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1830s Georgian Antique English Pottery

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Pottery

Georgian Spode Stone China Coffee Can Tobacco Leaf Pattern No. 2061, circa 1820
By Spode
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very good stone China (Ironstone) coffee can hand painted in the tobacco leaf pattern, number 2061, made by the Spode factory in the early 19th century, English Georgian pe...
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Early 19th Century Chinoiserie Antique English Pottery

Materials

Ironstone

Pair of Rosso Antico Candlesticks, Wedgwood, circa 1820
By Wedgwood
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
A rare pair of bell shaped candlesticks in rosso antico, with black decoration of ‘Boys at Play’.
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Early 19th Century Neoclassical Antique English Pottery

Materials

Stoneware

Prattware pottery ‘Macaroni’ tea caddy and cover, c. 1800.
By Staffordshire
Located in Gargrave, North Yorkshire
English pottery Prattware ‘Macaroni’ tea caddy and cover, c. 1800. Moulded to one side with ladies of high fashion, in elaborate 18th Century costume, whilst the reverse shows their ...
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Early 1800s Georgian Antique English Pottery

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Pottery

Large Vintage Edwardian Style English Ironstone Milk Pail With Two Handles
Located in Morristown, NJ
A vintage two-handled Edwardian style ironstone pottery milk pail printed with the words 'Pure Milk' in navy above a transferware graphic of a bucolic English scene. It has a banded ...
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1950s Edwardian Vintage English Pottery

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Ironstone

Bust of Minverva in Black Basalt. Wedgwood C1880.
By Wedgwood
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
Wedgwood produced a very successful line of Library Busts, of which Minerva and Mercury were the longest in production, running right up into the 20th century - they make a good pair...
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Late 19th Century Neoclassical Antique English Pottery

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Stoneware

Bust of Mercury in Black Basalt. Wedgwood C1820.
By Wedgwood
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
Wedgwood produced a very successful line of Library Busts, of which Minerva and Mercury were the longest in production, running right up into the 20th century - they make a good pair...
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Early 19th Century Neoclassical Antique English Pottery

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Stoneware

Staffordshire Pottery Figural Pounce or Pepper Pot
Located in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire
A delightful novelty antique English pottery figure of a man pounce or pepper pot dating from Staffordshire and dating from the 19th century. The pottery figure stands raised on a rounded base and portrays a portly man dressed in period costume wearing breaches, waistcoat and jacket with a bow tied neckerchief. He wears a tricorn hat on his head which contains the pouring holes for the pot. The hollow bodied man...
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19th Century Antique English Pottery

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Pottery

A Staffordshire pottery model of an English cottage circa 1860 English
Located in Central England, GB
A Staffordshire Pottery Model of an English Cottage This larger sized Staffordshire pottery model of an English country estate folly type of cottage i...
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19th Century Victorian Antique English Pottery

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Pottery

George Jones antique Majolica Plate in Begonia Leaf pattern, Circa 1870
By George Jones
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a 19th Century antique Majolica Plate by George Jones, marked and dating to the Victorian English period 1870. This is a mid size circular majolica plate on a low foot, by G...
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19th Century Victorian Antique English Pottery

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Pottery

Portland Vase. Barnard Edition (Bert Bentley). Wedgwood C1925
By Wedgwood
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
In the early 1920s, Wedgwood decided to produce an exceptional edition of the Portland Vase, and Harry Barnard embarked on 3-4 years of experiments, which resulted in this superb and...
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Early 20th Century Neoclassical Revival English Pottery

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Pottery

Pair Staffordshire pottery cats, c. 1850.
By Staffordshire
Located in Gargrave, North Yorkshire
Rare and fine pair of Staffordshire pottery cats, c. 1850. The recumbent cats, painted with large underglaze black spots, and having yellow eyes. Set upon underglaze cobalt blue oval...
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1850s Victorian Antique English Pottery

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Pottery

Pair of Bacchantes in Black Basalt. Wedgwood C1860.
By Wedgwood
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
Perhaps the most complex work in black basalt undertaken on any scale by Wedgwood, the Bacchantes, are adapted from sculptures by Clodion. A large and impressive pair, ful of vigour ...
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Mid-19th Century Neoclassical Antique English Pottery

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Stoneware

Georgian Masons Ironstone Dinner Plate in Vase & Rock gilded Pattern, Ca 1818
By Mason's Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very decorative ironstone pottery Plate produced by the Mason's factory at Lane Delph, Staffordshire, England, circa 1818. The plate is c...
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Early 19th Century Chinoiserie Antique English Pottery

Materials

Ironstone

Pair Prattware Cupid wall pockets, c. 1810.
By Staffordshire
Located in Gargrave, North Yorkshire
Pair of large English Prattware pottery wall pockets, c. 1810. The cornucopia shaped wall pockets, moulded with Cupid with a quiver of arrows suspended from swags of flowers in high ...
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Early 1800s Georgian Antique English Pottery

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Pottery

Encaustic Painted Basalt Vase, Wedgwood, circa 1780
By Wedgwood
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
A fine, large vase in black basalt, decorated with an encaustic painted figure of a youth and an older man, taken from The Hamilton vase in the British Museum. It is unusual to find ...
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Late 18th Century Neoclassical Antique English Pottery

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Stoneware

Georgian Spode Stone China Dish in Tobacco Leaf Pattern No. 2061, Circa 1820
By Spode
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very good stone China (Ironstone pottery) Dish or small bowl, hand painted in the tobacco leaf pattern, number 2061, made by the Spode factory in the early 19th century, En...
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Early 19th Century Chinoiserie Antique English Pottery

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Ironstone

George Jones Majolica Oval Dish or Platter fully marked, Circa 1868
By George Jones
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a 19th Century Majolica oval dish or small platter by George Jones, fully marked and dating to the Victorian English period 1861 to 1878. This is a small oval majolica dish ...
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19th Century Victorian Antique English Pottery

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Pottery

Staffordshire pottery recumbent cat, c. 1850.
By Staffordshire
Located in Gargrave, North Yorkshire
Rare and fine Staffordshire pottery cat, c. 1850. The recumbent cat, painted with large underglaze black spots, and having yellow eyes. Set upon an underglaze cobalt blue base, with ...
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1850s Victorian Antique English Pottery

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Pottery

Leeds Pottery banded cup and saucer, c. 1790.
By Leeds Pottery
Located in Gargrave, North Yorkshire
Leeds Pottery cup and saucer, c. 1790. Both pieces decorated with a broad band of powder blue slip, within a brown and white chequer board rim. All beneath a pearlware glaze. The cup...
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1790s Georgian Antique English Pottery

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Pearlware

Staffordshire pottery Foxes watch holder, c. 1860.
By Staffordshire
Located in Gargrave, North Yorkshire
Staffordshire pottery watch holder, c. 1860. Modelled as two foxes, seated either side of the watch holder, with a further fox, with its catch, stood above the watch holder. Coloured...
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1860s Victorian Antique English Pottery

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Pottery

Antique Pair English Porcelain Royal Doulton Ceramic Art Deco Flambe Vases Urns
By Doulton Lambeth
Located in Dublin, Ireland
An Exceptional Pair of English Royal Doulton Flambe Sung Ware Earthenware Vases firmly attributed to Charles Noke. First quarter of the Twentieth Century, possibly early Art Deco Per...
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Early 20th Century Art Deco English Pottery

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Ceramic, Porcelain

Rare pair Staffordshire recumbent Spaniels, c. 1850.
By Staffordshire
Located in Gargrave, North Yorkshire
Rare pair of Staffordshire recumbent Spaniels, c. 1850. The dogs modelled to lay down on the hearth, either side of a Victorian fireplace. Their fur well delineated, and heightened i...
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1850s Victorian Antique English Pottery

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Earthenware

Antique Faience Wine Cooler or Jardiniere. French 19th Century
Located in St Annes, Lancashire
Wonderful pottery wine cooler Hand painted decoration Factory mark on the underside ( not identified ) Condition commensurate with the age of the piece. A few minor chips seen in ...
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Late 19th Century Renaissance Antique English Pottery

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Pottery

Antique English Staffordshire Pottery Recumbent Sheep or Lamb Figurine
By Staffordshire
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A fine English Staffordshire pottery figurine. In the form of a sheep or lamb. On an unusual oval, convex plinth. Decorated with confetti fur. Simply a wonderful Staffordshire fi...
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19th Century Victorian Antique English Pottery

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Pottery

Very early Turners Patent Ironstone Plate in Water Lily & Willow Ptn, Ca 1803
By John Turner
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a finely hand painted Stone China ( Ironstone) Plate or Dish made by John Turner of Lane End, Staffordshire very early in the 19th Century, Circa 1800 to 1806. The piece is ...
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Early 19th Century Chinoiserie Antique English Pottery

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Ironstone

Rare Mason's Ironstone Miniature Coffee Pot in Gold Rose Japan pattern, Ca 1820
By Mason's Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very rare Mason's ironstone miniature Coffee Pot in the Gold Rose Japan gilded pattern, which we date to circa 1820. Miniature or toy items of Masons ironstone are hard to...
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Early 19th Century Georgian Antique English Pottery

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Ironstone

Early 19th Century Spode Red Greek Pattern Tile
By Josiah Spode, Spode
Located in Fort Lauderdale, FL
A Neoclassical red transferware tile made by Spode 1806-1810, with the ‘Zeus in His Chariot’ pattern. Sir William Hamilton’s Collection of Etruscan, Greek and Roman antiquities, first published in 1766 by Pierre d’Hancarville, was a landmark publication in English design. It intended to disseminate the Antique style through its engravings of Attic pottery. The catalog’s faithful reproductions of Classical vases led British potteries, including Spode, to adapt or even copy the ancient art for modern life. These Spode Greek pattern tiles reflect the major influence of Hamilton’s catalog on English Neoclassicism. The central scene was taken directly from the catalog. This tile can be dated to a narrow window of production in the Spode factory, 1806-1810. During that time, Spode used a technique known as the “Pluck and Dust” method to print in red transfer designs onto creamware. Using this method, source prints were transferred overglaze using tissue imprinted with a very faint rendition of the design outlined in sticky oil. The decorator applied the tissue to the object then carefully “plucked” or pulled it away, leaving the sticky oil design behind. Then, a finely-ground enamel color was “dusted” onto the surface, sticking to any areas that had the oil. A final firing at a low temperature in the enamel kiln made the pattern permanent. The Pluck and Dust technique improved upon bat-printing and enabled larger designers to be transferred. It was short-lived, however, as under-glaze transfer printing soon took over as the preferred method for producing transferwares. Dimensions: 5 in. x 5 in. x 1/4 in. Condition: Excellent. Provenance: The Collection of Nancy and Andrew Ramage Jonathan Horne...
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Early 19th Century Neoclassical Antique English Pottery

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Earthenware, Creamware

Late Georgian Masons Ironstone Serving Dish in Floral Pattern, Circa 1830
By Mason's Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very decorative serving dish or platter, made by Mason's Ironstone, Lane Delph, England in a very colourful floral pattern, dating to the late Georgian English Regency peri...
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Early 19th Century Regency Antique English Pottery

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Ironstone

Frederick Alfred Rhead for Foley Art Pottery. A set of two pottery tray and pot
Located in London, GB
Frederick Alfred Rhead for Foley Art Pottery. Small pin tray and pot. Rhead was employed in 1896, as the Arts Director. Rhead was already an important designer and introduced the Int...
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Early 1900s Arts and Crafts Antique English Pottery

Materials

Ceramic

Georgian period Masons Ironstone Mug in Basket Japan Pattern, circa 1820
By Mason's Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a good Ironstone pottery mug made by the English factory of Mason's Ironstone, fully marked and dating to the early 19th century, circa 1820. Early Mason's mugs tend to be f...
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Early 19th Century Chinoiserie Antique English Pottery

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Ironstone

Rare Mason's Ironstone Miniature Teapot in Plaid Japan rare Pattern, circa 1820
By Mason's Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a rare Mason's ironstone miniature Teapot in the rare Plaid Japan gilded pattern, which we date to circa 1820. Miniature or toy items of Masons...
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Early 19th Century Georgian Antique English Pottery

Materials

Ironstone

Early Spode Red Greek Pattern Tile
By Spode, Josiah Spode
Located in Fort Lauderdale, FL
A Neoclassical red transferware tile made by Spode 1806-1810, with the ‘Refreshments for Phliasian Horseman’ pattern. Sir William Hamilton’s Collection of Etruscan, Greek and Roman antiquities, first published in 1766 by Pierre d’Hancarville, was a landmark publication in English design. It intended to disseminate the Antique style through its engravings of Attic pottery. The catalog’s faithful reproductions of Classical vases led British potteries, including Spode, to adapt or even copy the ancient art for modern life. These Spode Greek pattern tiles reflect the major influence of Hamilton’s catalog on English Neoclassicism. The central scene was taken directly from the catalog. This tile can be dated to a narrow window of production in the Spode factory, 1806-1810. During that time, Spode used a technique known as the “Pluck and Dust” method to print in red transfer designs onto creamware. Using this method, source prints were transferred overglaze using tissue imprinted with a very faint rendition of the design outlined in sticky oil. The decorator applied the tissue to the object then carefully “plucked” or pulled it away, leaving the sticky oil design behind. Then, a finely-ground enamel color was “dusted” onto the surface, sticking to any areas that had the oil. A final firing at a low temperature in the enamel kiln made the pattern permanent. The Pluck and Dust technique improved upon bat-printing and enabled larger designers to be transferred. It was short-lived, however, as under-glaze transfer printing soon took over as the preferred method for producing transferwares. Dimensions: 5 in. x 5 in. x 1/4 in. Condition: Excellent. Slight chip to the upper left corner measuring approximately 0.9 cm. in length. Provenance: The Collection of Nancy and Andrew Ramage Jonathan Horne...
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Early 19th Century Neoclassical Antique English Pottery

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Earthenware, Creamware

18th Century Large Liverpool Cream Ware Jug for the American Market, circa 1780s
Located in Nantucket, MA
Late 18th Century Large Liverpool Cream Ware Jug Made for the American Market, circa 1780s, an extremely large soft paste pottery pitcher made by the English Liverpool potteries for ...
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1780s Federal Antique English Pottery

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Pottery

English Pearlware Pottery Large Blue Slip Jug, Dated 1787, Possibly Leeds
By Leeds Pottery
Located in Downingtown, PA
English Pearlware Pottery Large Blue Slip Jug, Dated 1787, Possibly Leeds. The large English pottery light blue slip jug is painted with gold detailing with a date of 1787 below the...
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1780s Georgian Antique English Pottery

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Pottery

Georgian Hicks & Meigh Ironstone Dinner Plate Pheasant Pattern No.5, Ca 1815
By Hicks & Meigh
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very good Dinner Plate in the Long Tailed Pheasant pattern No.2, made by Hicks and Meigh of Shelton, Staffordshire, England between 1812 and 1822, probably circa 1815. Thi...
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Early 19th Century George III Antique English Pottery

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Ironstone

Set of 14 Wedgwood Green Majolica Aesthetic Movement Sunflower Plates
By Wedgwood
Located in Fort Lauderdale, FL
Set of 14 green majolica glazed dinner plates in the ‘Sunflower’ pattern by Wedgwood, made circa 1880. The sunflower, alongside the calla lily and peacock feather, became an emblem ...
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Late 19th Century Aesthetic Movement Antique English Pottery

Materials

Earthenware, Majolica, Pottery

Georgian Hicks & Meigh Ironstone Plate Hand Painted Water Lily Ptn No.5, Ca1815
By Hicks & Meigh
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very good Side Plate in the Water Lily pattern, made by Hicks and Meigh of Shelton, Staffordshire, England between 1812 and 1822, probably circa 1815. This is a beautiful ...
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Early 19th Century George III Antique English Pottery

Materials

Ironstone

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