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Herend Rothschild Bird Vase
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Herend Rothschild Bird Vase
Herend Rotschild Bird Lion Claw vase, raised upon square bases, beautifully decorated with the Rotschild bird "pattern". Carry printed and incised factory marks to the base.
Herend Rothschild Bird Serving plate
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Herend Rothschild Bird Serving plate
The Rotschild song birds, 150 year old pattern depict vibrant birds sitting on tree branches surrounded by delicate pastel-coloured butterflies, bugs and flowers. The patterns are namend after the influential Rotschild family. The birds are sitting on a tree branch with a glittering golden chain around the branch. Legend has it that one day Barones R. lost her valuable necklace and charged her maid with the theft. As she was walking in the garden one day, she saw songbirds on a tree and near them the lost necklace.
Price Bros Butter Dish
Price Bros Butter Dish
Price Bros Kensington, England. The details are embossed and brightly coloured. Price bros Mark & Registration number is printed in black.
Bisque Group (V557)
Bisque Group (V557)
Antique porcelain Bisque group in a blanc de chien glaze of two putti and goat amidst grape bunches & foliage. Bisque is a unglazed white ceramic ware that is hardfired, non poreous and translucent.
Sevres Dresser Box
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Sevres Dresser Box
Sevres 18th C cobalt blue porcelain Dresser Box, having handpainted and signed cartouche of a couple courting. Box wirg gilt metal hinged mounts. Marked & signed.
Royal Staffordshire - Dogs #1
Royal Staffordshire - Dogs #1
Meissen Figurines and Centrepiece
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Meissen Figurines and Centrepiece
Meissen porcelain is the first European hard-paste porcelain that was developed from 1708. The production of porcelain at Meissen, near Dresden, started in 1710 and is still in business today as Staatliche Porzellan Manufaktur Meissen GmbH. It's signature logo, the crossed swords, was introduced in 1720 to protect it's production; the mark of the corssed swords is one of the oldest trademarks in existence.
Minton Fine Bone China (V169-173)
Minton Fine Bone China (V169-173)
Part of Minton's Bronze and Ivory collection, designed by Eric Griffiths, Ivory colored bone china and cold cast bronze, begun 1978, withdrawn 1984. "Sheikh", "Geisha", "Fisherman", Spellbound", "Travelers Tale". In 1765, Thomas Minton was born in Shrewsbury, England. After completing his education, he went to work at the Thomas Turner's Caughley porcelain factory. Thomas' passion for pottery and porcelain, led him to seek apprenticeship with Spode, Wedgewood etc. In 1793, Thomas Minton partnered with William Pownall and Joseph Poulson and began building his factory.
Austrian Dresser Set
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Austrian Dresser Set
Rare and lovely Austrian Porcelain 9 piece dresser set. Comprises: 2 elegant candle holders, ringholder, 2 small ring boxes on a large matching tray. Austria Porcelain mark on bottom.
Royal Doulton Dinner setting (V11)
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Royal Doulton Dinner setting (V11)
Royal Doulton dinner setting for 6. Cobalt with with gold gilt decoration.
Minton dinner setting (20)
Minton dinner setting (20)
69 piece set. Some faded. In 1765, Thomas Minton was born in Shrewsbury, England. After completing his education, he went to work for the Thomas Turner's Caughley porcelain factory. Thomas' passion for pottery and porcelain led him to seek apprenticeship with Spode, Wedgwood etc. In 1793, Thomas Minton Partnered with William Pownall and Joseph Poulson and began building his factory.
Italian Centerpiece (V127)
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Italian Centerpiece (V127)
Beautiful hand painted centerpiece. Circa mid to late 1800's.
Napoleon Liquor Set (V158)
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Napoleon Liquor Set (V158)
Large Quimper platter (V351)
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Large Quimper platter (V351)
Royal Winton Breakfast set on tray (V282)
Royal Winton Breakfast set on tray (V282)
The Royal Winton brand has always been synonymous with quality and design and has roots in Stoke-On-Trent, England that goes back over 100 years. Originally known as Grimwade Brothers it was founded by Leonard Lumsden Grimwade.Leonard had shown a natural talent for modelling pottery and it was in this field that his business began, in 1885.
Royal Vienna Bottle Vases (V66)
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Royal Vienna Bottle Vases (V66)
The Royal Vienna Porcelain factory was founded in 1717 by Claudius Innocentius Du Paquier. The name Royal Vienna or Vienna Porcelain also refers to a style of porcelain painting that became very popular during the late 19th and early 20th C.
Limoges/Haviland Dinner setting (V216)
Limoges/Haviland Dinner setting (V216)
In 1839 a young American named David Haviland, living in New York, was engaged in the retail china business. In his search for a beautiful French tea cup to be replaced, he ended up in Limoges, France. It was from Limoges, where he had move to, then, that David began importing this fine French China. In 1842, the first shipment of Haviland China was exported to the United States. David's son Theodore Haviland, builded shortly after 1890 one of the largest and best factories in Limoges. Inheriting his father's genius and enterprise, Theodore Haviland rapidly became a leader in the making of fine china.
Cacao set
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Cacao set
Dresden Figurines
Dresden Figurines
The Manufactory was founded in 1872 and is still keeping alive the long tradition of European porcelain art. In 1708, Western porcelain was invented in Dresden being the Baroque Royal capital of Saxony.
Pair Meissen figurines (V13)
Pair Meissen figurines (V13)
Meissen porcelain is the first European hard-paste porcelain that was developed from 1708. The production of porcelain at Meissen, near Dresden, started in 1710 and is sitill in business today as Staatliche Porzellan Manufaktur Meissen GmbH. It's signature logo, the crossed swords was introduced in 1720 to protect it's production; the mark of the cross swords is one of the oldest trademarks in existence.
Hummel (V123)
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Hummel (V123)
Hummel or the trademark M.I. Hummel is a series of ceramic figurines based on the illustrations by the German nun, Maria Innocentia Hummel, whose works were discovered by Franz Goebel after a small publisher began printing her artwork as postcards. The first Hummel figurines were sold in 1935.
Hummel (V122)
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Hummel (V122)
Hummel or the trademark M.I. Hummel is a series of ceramic figurines based on the illustrations by the German nun, Maria Innocentia Hummel, whose works were discovered by Franz Goebel after a small publisher began printing her artwork as postcards. The first Hummel figurines were sold in 1935.
Meissen Plate (V287)
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Meissen Plate (V287)
Meissen porcelain is the first European hard-paste porcelain that was developed from 1708. The production of porcelain at Meissen, near Dresden, started in 1710 and is still in business today as Staatliche Porzellan Manufaktur Meissen GmbH. It's signature logo, the crossed swords, was introduced in 1720 to protect it's production; the markt of the crossed swords is one of the oldest trademarks in existence.
Biscuit Barrels (V162/166/167)
Biscuit Barrels (V162/166/167)
From left to right: Austrian, Prussian and Japanese biscuit barrels
Austria Porcelain Planter (V125)
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Austria Porcelain Planter (V125)
2 Tier Compote - open lace work (V388)
2 Tier Compote - open lace work (V388)
Limoges Tea Set (V392)
Limoges Tea Set (V392)
Raynaud & Co founded in 1849, the Montjovis factory was built on the hill bearing the same name, in Limoges, France. Martial Raynaud bought Montjovis in 1919. The firm soon grew to become Raynaud & Co in 1925, and adapted as its hallmark an "R" with a laurel branch
Limoges Tea Set/Deco Style (V393)
Limoges Tea Set/Deco Style (V393)
Collectors Plates (V88-91) (Norman Rockwell / Lynn
Collectors Plates (V88-91) (Norman Rockwell / Lynn
A variety of collectors plates from: Norman Rockwell: The birthday wish; Close Harmony; This is the room that light made
One of a kind Coffee set, Clock theme (V405)
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One of a kind Coffee set, Clock theme (V405)
4 Mugs with different clock prints
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4 Mugs with different clock prints
Different collectors plates (234)
Different collectors plates (234)
Different collectors plates: Miessen, Limoges, Wedgwood, Delfts Blue, Royal Cauldon etc.
Royal Crown Derby 30 piece set
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Royal Crown Derby 30 piece set
The Royal Crown Derby Company is a Porcelain Manufacturer, based in Derby, England.
Wedgewood Dishes (444)
Wedgewood Dishes (444)
East German Fish Plates (7 pieces) (V431)
East German Fish Plates (7 pieces) (V431)
Beautiful Blue Glass Vase with Sterling Silver inlay
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Beautiful Blue Glass Vase with Sterling Silver inlay
Limoges Dishes (443)
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Limoges Dishes (443)
Meissen (signed) Porcelain Table Lamp (V450)
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Meissen (signed) Porcelain Table Lamp (V450)
Meissen porcealin is the first European hard-paste porcelain that was developed from 1708 on. The production of porcelain at Meissen, near Dresden, started in 1710 ans is still in business today as Staatliche Porzellan Manufaktur Meissen GmbH. It's signature logo, the crossed swords, was introduced in 1720 to protect it's production; the mark of the crossed swords is one of the oldest trademarks in existence.
Hutschenreuther Porcelain Horse rider
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Hutschenreuther Porcelain Horse rider
Sevres Vase with goat head (V470)
Sevres Vase with goat head (V470)
Clock Mugs
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Clock Mugs
Clock Cake Set (V480)
Clock Cake Set (V480)
Rosenthal Dishes (V373)
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Rosenthal Dishes (V373)
Misc. China Blue Transfer (V459)
Misc. China Blue Transfer (V459)
Large covered jars
Large covered jars
Aynsley Porcelain Set
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Aynsley Porcelain Set
We have the blue one left.
Different beautiful porcelain plates
Different beautiful porcelain plates
Names like: Limoges, C. Ahrenfeldt
Victorian Horse and Carriage (V415)
Victorian Horse and Carriage (V415)
Aynsley Porcelain plates
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Aynsley Porcelain plates
Wedgewood Blue/white set
Wedgewood Blue/white set
Love story Urn (V445)
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Love story Urn (V445)
Royal Worcester Twin handled vases (MD1001)
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Royal Worcester Twin handled vases (MD1001)
Twin handled vase, a superb and rare Royal Worcester twin handled vase, circa 1885. Beautifully painted. This is a wonderful example of the ability and diversity of one of Worcester's greatest. In excellent condition and measuring an impressive 10" tall. The baseis numbered and had the Royal Worcester stamp. A rare opportunity. These vases will sell as a pair or individual. This piece of R.W. has all the hallmarks of the quality for which this company was known.
English Porcelain Urn (V495)
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English Porcelain Urn (V495)
Antique English Porcelain Urn signed with gold anchor mark of Royal Chelsea, handpainted with exotic birds and flowers enriched with gold and royal purple.
Wedgewood Teaset (V498)
Wedgewood Teaset (V498)
Blue Jasper with relief classical figural decoration all signed with impress marks comprising teapot, covered sugar bowl abd creamer
Jacob Petite Paris Porcelain (V497)
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Jacob Petite Paris Porcelain (V497)
Pair antique Paris porcelain figurines Sultan/Sultana seated on cushions signed with blue underglazed "J.P." mark for Jacob Petite.
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