19th Century Minton Porcelain (Page1)
A pair of 19th Century Minton Porcelain Vases
A pair of Minton vases, mid 19th Century, of ovoid shape, each with a pair of gilded loop handles topped by a golden leaf, finely painted with feathers on "celeste" ground. Dimensions: 23 cm high. Condition: Minor ware. Unmarked.
Stock Number: PN1416
A Minton Cabinet Cup and Stand c.1825-30
A fine Minton cabinet (caudle) cup and stand, c. 1825-30
of Empire form, the flared cup supported by three claw feet and applied with an elaborate handle, painted in colours with a bouquet of flowers on emerald green ground, the stand with three floral sprays, gold borders and bands of "jewels". Dimensions: 8.4 cm high x 8.3 cm diam.; stand 13.7 cm diam. Condition: stand excellent, the cup with minor damage near the rim, some ware on the gilding. Unmarked.
*This example is illustrated in "Minton Pottery & Porcelain of the first period 1793-1850" by Geoffrey A. Godden, 1968, plate 79.
Stock Number: PN1209
Four Minton Porcelain Botanical Plates, Painted Orchids c.1874
A set of four Minton dessert (botanical) plates, bone china body, the centre exquisitely painted with Orchids, the border decorated with fine raised gilding. Dimensions: 24 cm diam. Excellent Condition (one plate with some crazing on the glaze. Impressed Marks: "Mintons", cyphers c.1874, pattern G1091 4 painted in red.
A Minton Parian Porcelain Group " John Anderson My Jo" c.1850
A fine Minton Parian Porcelain Figure Group (No.103), modelled as John Anderson And Wife, seated and holding eachother hands, with dog and cat under their seat, on a rococo shaped base. Dimensions: 25cm high x 23cm long. Impressed and insiced marks. c.1850. Some restoration.
* see "Minton Pottery & Porcelain of the first period 1793-1850" by Geoffrey A. Godden,138.
A Minton Bisque Porcelain Figure of Hannah More, c. 1835
A Minton Bisque Porcelain Figure of Hannah More*, c. 1835 (model 60 in the factory pattern book), modelled after the portrait by Henry William Pickersgill of 1822, the lady seated on a chair and wearing a bonnet and shawl over her dress, in her right hand she holds a scent bottle, set on a scroll moulded base. Dimensions: 17 cm high. Fine Condition. Unmarked.
* This figure is illustrated in "Minton Pottery & Porcelain of the first period 1793-1850" by Geoffrey A. Godden, plate 135.
Stock Number: PN1346
An English Porcelain 'Pembroke' Ewer (possibly Minton) c.1835
A fine English Porcelain 'Pembroke' shaped ewer (possibly Minton), beautifully painted with flower bouquets and gilding, raised upon a square base. Possible restoration on the rim and handle. Unmarked.
Part Minton Porcelain Tea Set, pattern 5613, c.1840
Part Minton Porcelain Tea/Coffee Set, c.1840, comprising 3 tea cups, 4 coffee cups and 4 saucers, richly painted with sprays of enamelled flowers on cobalt blue ground and peach panels, elaborate gilding. Condition: two cups and 1 saucer with a stress line. Marks: pattern 5613, in red.
A Pair of Minton Porcelain Vases c.1840
A Pair of Minton Porcelain Vases c.1840, each finely painted with a bouquet of flowers on pink/pale blue ground and typical tooled, burnished and matt gold panel surrounds.* Dimensions: 13.5 cm high. Fine condition. Unmarked.
* For similar decoration see: "Minton Pottery and Porcelain of the first period 1793-1850" by Geoffrey A. Godden, plate 86.
Stock Number: PN1201
A Very Rare Minton Porcelain Plate c. 1800-10
A Very Rare First Period Porcelain Plate c.1800-10, finely painted with floral motives and gilded rim. Dimensions: D. 7.5"(19cm). Marks: mock Sevres mark, no pattern number*. Fine condition.
* This pieces were either special orders or were replacements, made by Minton of wares made by other factories.
( A dish with the same pattern is illustrated in "Minton Patterns Of The First period" by Robert Cumming and Michael Berthoud p.69).
Two Minton (First Period) Saucers, Pattern 294 c.1810
Two First Period Porcelain Saucers, decorated with hand-painted landscape in shades of purple monochrome, gilded rim. c.1810. 14cm diam. Painted Sevres mark and pattern 294 in blue. Fine condition.
* This pattern is illustrated in "Minton Patterns Of The First period" by Robert Cumming and Michael Berthoud p.50.
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Two Minton Armorial Jugs (made for Bahawalpur Royal Family) c. 1890-1900
Two Minton porcelain Jugs with the family crest of Bahawalpur Royal Family (today part of Pakistan), ornately decorated in blue and gilt and painted with landscapes c. 1890-1900. Dimensions: 6.25" and 5" high. Printed marks, impressed cybers for 1883. Excellent condition.
A Fine Minton porcelain dish c.1830
Fine Minton porcelain dish, pattern number 304, c.1830, decorated
with moulded edging on a claret ground colour and a basket with flowers in the centre. D. 9.25" (23.5cm)
(This shape was also produced at other factories including Ridgway and New Hall.)
Stock Number: PN0904
A Minton botanical deep plate c.1877
A Minton botanical deep plate c.1877,
printed and painted with flowers.
9.25"(23.5cm) diam. Impressed "MINTONS" with date cyphers,
B251 painted in red. Excellent condition.
Stock Number: PN0919