Other British Porcelain (Page1)
A Rare Isleworth Porcelain Sauceboat c. 1770-75
A Rare Isleworth Porcelain Sauceboat c. 1770-75, the body with pleated moulding reserving panels of fishing scenes painted in blue within a rococo moulded frame, a bouquet painted in the interior and a diaper and flower motif inside the lip, on a fluted pedestal foot, the handle with the pronounced thumbrest. Dimensions: 11 cm. high. Condition: hairline cracks, a small chip on the rim.
A similar sauceboat is illustrated in "British Porcelain Sauceboats" by Nicholas Panes, page 214-215, figs. 353-56. Another example is in Victoria & Albert Museum.
Early 19th Century English Porcelain Masonic Jug "Joseph Eames"
A rare English Porcelain Jug of Masonic interest, early 19th century, transfer-printed in puce monochrome on both sides with masonic simbols, inscribed: "Amor Honor Et Jistitia, A Masons Chief and Only Care, is how to live Whitin the Square, wisdom strength and beauty, pulsante aperiator" and "Joseph Eames" painted in gilt. Dimensions: 18 cm high. Condition: Restored hairline cracks around the spout. Unmarked.
H & R Daniel Part Porcelain Dessert Set c.1830
H & R Daniel Part Porcelain Set, Pattern 4004, c.1830, comprising two dessert plates and a dish in "Second Gadroon Shape" with outer border of apple green ground, the center finely painted with fruit, vegetables and foliage. Dimensions: plates 21.7 cm.; dish 28 cm x 22 cm. Marks: one plate with painted 4004 in gilt. Excellent Condition.
An English Porcelain Rectangular Tray c.1840
An English Porcelain Rectangular Tray c.1840, possibly decorated in Worcester in the Sparks workshop, the centre finely painted with named view "Windsor Castle", the pierced and scrolled edge border with foliate detail picked out in gold, Dimensions: 37cm x 28.5 cm. Condition: Minor ware.
Stock Number: PN1322
A Hicks & Meigh Porcelain Dish c.1830
A Hicks and Meigh Porcelain Dish c.1830, finely decorated with three cartouches of colourful shells and flowers alternating with cobalt blue panels containing raised gold leaves and an apricot coloured hatched area. The cartouches and panels are separated by wide gold bands. The handles have a raised moulding in the shape a shell with leaves below. Dimensions: 26 cm across the handles. Marks: Pattern 1849, painted in red. Condition: Minor staining.
A Hicks & Meigh Porcelain Plate c.1825
A Hicks & Meigh Porcelain Plate c.1825, the centre painted with a rose surrounded with "Hockey Stick" moulding, the border decorated with a pattern of four small roses and cream circles on cobalt blue ground and elaborate gilding. Marks: Pattern 1506, Painted in puce. Fine Condition.
A Rare George Jones Porcelain Plate c.1865-70
A Rare George Jones Porcelain Plate c.1865-70, superbly painted with cattle watering in a river landscape , gilded rim. Dimensions: 23 cm diam. Condition: a small chip on the rim. Marks: pattern 7023 painted in black, "GJ" monogram impressed.
Stock Number: PN1154
A Pair of English Porcelain Vases c.1840
A Pair of English Porcelain Rococo Revival Vases of elaborate shape, each vase with two finely painted central panels with landscapes and flowers on a blue ground, the handles, top and base rim painted in tan and gilt, c.1840. Dimensions: 26 cm high. Condition: one vase with restored rim. Unmarked.
Stock Number: PN1145
A Collection of 15 English Porcelain Coffee Cans c.1780-1815
A Collection of 15 English Porcelain Coffee Cans (and two saucers) c.1780-1815, including: Liverpool, FBB Worcester, Coalport, Grainger Worcester, Spode, Derby, New Hall, Minton, hand-painted with coloured enamels and gilt (one printed and one painted in blue underglaze). Five coffee cans marked. Condition: some cans with minor ware on the gilding, one restored and two with glaze hairline, the saucers in fine condition.
Stock Number: PN1137
A Pair of Lockett, Baguley & Cooper Porcelain Plates c.1855
A Pair of Lockett, Baguley & Cooper Porcelain Dessert Plates c.1855, painted with a landscape in the centre, the pierced border in apple green, cream and gilt. Dimensions: 23.5cm diam. Marks: Printed diamond registration mark. Condition: Minimal ware.
A Pair of Staffordshire Porcelain Plates c.1850
A Pair of Staffordshire Porcelain Plates c.1850, richly painted with flower studies in the centre, the border in cobalt blue, salmon pink and gilt. Dimensions: 23cm. diam. Marks: Pattern 4/502 in blue. Fine condition.
Stock Number: PN10101
An English Porcelain Spill Vase c.1825
An English Porcelain Spill Vase, trumpet-shaped, the front panel finely painted with figures, elaborate gilding, c.1825. Dimensions: 12cm high. Unmarked. Fine condition.
Stock Number: PN1080
A Pair of Aynsley cabinet plates c.1880
A Pair of Aynsley cabinet plates c.1880, decorated in enamel colours and gilding, with unidentified landscape in the centre. 9.25"(23.5cm) diam. Marks: Aynsley impressed, Pattern 2321. Excellent condition.
Stock Number: PN1001
Aynsley cabinet cup and saucer c.1890-1910
Aynsley porcelain cabinet cup and saucer c.1890-1910, decorated with birds on a deep cobalt blue ground, elaborate gilding.
Printed marks in green, pattern A472. Excellent condition.