<<   1    2    3    4    5    6    7    8   >>
Search for items
 
Links

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

 

 
 Price: SOLD  

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  

A rare "British views" (fruit and flowers border) series platter. Decorated with hunters with dogs shooting before a stately home. Circa 1825.

15 inches by 11.5 inches.

Item No. PW0049

 

 
 Price: SOLD  

A superb Staffordshire / Yorkshire loving cup C1875.

A large Staffordshire loving cup decorated with Grecian urns and vases to one side and inscription "Joseph Wood" "A present from Leeds" "1873" to the other. The interior of the cup with two frogs and a newt.

8 inches tall, 9 inches handle to handle.

Item No: TW0014

 
 Price: SOLD  

An Enoch Wood "sporting series" soup  plate, decorated with a retriever and huntsman.

Circa 1820.

Item No. BT0039

 
 Price: SOLD  

An Enoch Wood "sporting series" plate.

6.5" in diameter.

Some restoration  

Item No. BT0037

 
 Price: SOLD  

A rare blue transfer printed tea caddy, decorated with " Country Tavern ".

Circa 1830.

11.7 cms tall.

Some staining.

Item No. BT0035

 
 Price: SOLD  

A rare T & J Carey blue transfer printed platter decorated with "Westminster Cathedral". Circa 1835.

Despite it's name, Westminster Cathedral is neither an abbey nor a Cathedral, but a "Royal Peculiar". A church directly responsible to the Sovereign rather than a Bishop.

15 inches in diameter. Some minor condition issues.

Item No. BT0032

 
 Price: SOLD  

A rare pearlware platter, decorated with the façade of the Masonic Institution for Girls, St. George's Fields, Southwark also known as the Freemasons' Tavern with Masonic symbols border.

Built in the late 18thC to house the orphaned daughters of Freemasons.

The platter is 19 inches in length. It has a combed back.

Item No. PW003

 

 
 Price: SOLD  

Dundee Perth & London Shipping Co. Green Transferware platter, produced by Minton with a lace border variation.

Circa 1835 - 40.

No damage or restoration.

Item No. DL0001

 
 Price: SOLD  

 

An early English Creamware jug, decorated with musicians. Rhodes workshop style.

Yorkshire/Staffordshire.

Circa 1775.

No damage or restoration.

Item No: CW0002

 
   

<<   1    2    3    4    5    6    7   >>