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A rare English ironstone Indian regimental plate (Duke of Wellington interest). Circa 1804/5.

A very rare early 19th century English  (possibly Hicks & Meigh) dinner plate. decorated with an elaborate floral trellis border and a central medallion of an elephant and the banner of the Seventh Madras  Cavalry..ASSAYE.

Item No: IS0001



I have been a customer and friend for over 20 years. I can recommend Nivingston Antiques.

Alex & Honour

Dr A Byrne

 Price: SOLD Links

A rare small platter decorated in a scene from  the "Arctic scenery" series. The scene depicts an Eskimo family in front of igloos, with sailing boats to the  left, between a border of wildlife vignettes. To the rear is the rarely seen"Warren Street" mark.

Dimensions: 10" x 8".

Item No: BT0045


ceramic restoration
 Price: SOLD  

A rare pearlware soup plate, decorated with a depiction of the Caledonian Enlightenment; probably Scottish.

Item No: PW0059


 Price:  SOLD

A comprehensive green transfer printed child's teaset, produced by Elkin, Knight & Bridgwood of Fenton in Staffordshire.

.... Rare items seem to be a speciality. Good website, very quick to reply to enquiries.

We will definitely return and will recommend you to others.

- Terry & Gillian


The set comprises six cups and saucers, two tea plates, a tea pot, creamer, covered sugar and waste bowl.

The set is decorated with the archery pattern, which depicts a boy and girl of different races practising Archery, quite an unusual sentiment for the day and certainly one to cherish.

Item No: TW0015


 Price: SOLD Links

A superb Staffordshire shipping series pearlware dish, circa 1820. A very well potted piece decorated with "Harbour entrance" scene.

10.25 by 6.75 by 1.25 inches.

Item No. PW0058


 Price: SOLD  

Spode Indian sporting series dish circa 1820.

A rare Spode Indian sporting series dish, circa 1820. Decorated with "hunting a hog deer".

Dimentions: 10.75"x7.5"

Item No: SP0005

 Price: SOLD Where we are


Blue transferware mug circa 1820.


Item No. BT0046


Nivingston Antiques
Nivingston House
KY13 0LS
United Kingdom

07724 578396
01577 850 307


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A rare historical Staffordshire, brown transferware / polychrome mug.

Circa : 1845.

A superb mid 19th Century transfer printed mug.

Decorated with the flamboyant Mr Van Amburgh, as he appeared on stage before Queen Victoria at the Drury Lane Theatre, in 1844.

Item No: TW0016



 Price: £480

A rare Geddes pearlware plate, Glasgow (Verreville). Depicting Park Theatre new york.

Whilst this scene appears frequently by a Staffordshire maker, by comparison the Geddes version is incredibly scarce. Marked examples (like this one) are virtually unheard of.

Item No. PW0060


 Price: SOLD    

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