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Monogrammed Jug c.1810.

A Monogrammed Hybrid hardpaste Jug 14.5cm. High. Probably made at Coalport c.1810-15  Simply but tastefully decorated in gilt, with the initials RJT.

 

Condition

Good, faint crack to the handle's lower terminal. Very little wear to the decoration. Some peppering to the glaze where it has collected in the crevices
  
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A Superb Coalport Teacup & Saucer. c.1840


A superb quality Coalport teacup & saucer from the second quarter of the 19th.Century. Decorated on a pale Caramel ground with reserves of summer flowers and very fine gilding.  Marked only with pattern number 4 over 335.  The saucer measures 15cm.  diameter.  The cup 10.5cm. diameter and 6.8cm. high.

 

Condition

Very good, no damage and almost no wear to the decoration.


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An Early Coalport Teapot. c.1795-1800.

An early John Rose Coalport porcelain teapot,  made in a hybrid hardpaste porcelain body, favoured  at Coalport until c.1814.  Elegantly decorated with gilding, with the Garter Star pattern.  The teapot measures 24.5cm. from handle to spout and stands 16.5cm. high including it's cover.

Sold with a 1976 sales receipt from Godden of Worthing.  (Geoffrey Godden Chinaman)

Condition

The decoration very good.  The body has a few typical early Coalport firing and stress cracks, a small chip to the end of the spout and the finial has been re-stuck.
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Early 19th Century Porringer 

An early 19th Century C.1805/10 Porringer.  Probably made at Coalport.  Decorated with gilt anthemions.  It stands about 10cm high and measures about 14cm across the handles.
No factory marks.
Condition

Excellent no damage and very little wear to the gilt.
Item E0011       Sold

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A Fine Minton Dessert Plate.  
c.1835-40.

A Fine Minton porcelain dessert plate 23cm. diameter.  Minton's called the shape 'Oxford embossed'.  Attractively decorated with a chrome green ground reserving moulded and finely gilt rococo panels of hand painted landscapes. The centre with an Armorial crest.  Pieces from a similar dessert service are illustrated in:-  Minton Pottery & Porcelain of the First Period, 1793-1850,  by G.A.Godden. Plates 36 & 37.  The back of the plate with a London retailers mark.

Condition

Very good, only slight wear. Fine overall crazing to the glaze.

 

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A Pair of Chinese Export Soup Dishes. c.1780


A good pair of Chinese export porcelain dishes. 23cm. diameter. Painted in underglaze blue with a lakeland landscape.  The scene on these dishes was copied by several English factories and used extensively in the late 18th. and early 19th. Century on both porcelain and pearlware. 
See item #0066 in the Miscellaneous section of this Website for a English Newhall porcelain example.  The pattern usually known as 'Willow Rock'.

 

Condition

A few small rim 'nibbles'.  No cracks or restoration.       



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An Early 18th.Century Japanese Imari Dish.

An Attractive Japanese Arita porcelain dish 19.2cm. diameter.  Decorated with a classic design, but unusually with Hydrangea blooms,  instead of more typically Chrysanthemums or Peonies.  Four kiln support marks to the back and also a four character mark.  ( The five blessings ).  
  

Condition

One hairline crack from the rim about 4cm. long,  and some inevitable wear to the enamels and gilding.
 

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Chinese Export Porcelain Tea Canister
                        c.1770.

A Chinese export porcelain tea canister, c1770,  of smaller the usual size measuring 10.1cm. high.  Finely decorated in Mandarin style with figures conversing within a walled terrace

Condition

Very good, no damage, just slight wear to the gilding.  Cover lacking.

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A Pair of Chinese Export Soup Dishes.

An attractively pair of Chinese export porcelain soup dishes dating from the mid 18th.Century.  Decorated in underglaze blue with a pattern know as 'Cuckoo in the house'. The dishes measure 22.8cm. diameter.



 

Condition

One or two small rim chips to both plates and a tight hairline crack to one plate, ( see the final image ).
   
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A Chinese Imari Plate. Early 18th.Century.

A Chinese Imari plate,  22cm. diameter.  c.1720-40.   Attractively decorated in typical style and palette, and in exceptionally good condition.

Condition

Very good.  No chips, cracks or restoration. Most of the original gilding still remains.

 

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Grainger Worcester Plate.

An unusual Grainger Worcester plate c.1835-40  Printed in underglaze blue with the 'Leaf Ground' pattern.  The centre hand painted with a landscape, which although not named on the plate is quite likely taken from life.  The back marked with a printed pattern name and 'G & Co. W' also pattern #991x.  The plate measures 23cm. diameter.
Condition

Good,  just typical crazing to the glaze
Item E0001
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A Rockingham 'French Empire'  Cup & Saucer. c.1827-31

An elegant early Rockingham porcelain French Empire shape tea cup and saucer.  Tastefully decorated with  wide gilt bands,  pattern #680.  The cup with Horse 'Tail & Hoof' handle.  See:-  Rockingham Pottery & Porcelain 1745-1842  by A & A Cox,  page 143, plate 89 for items from a similar service. The saucer with 'Griffin' mark in red.  The cup marked with pattern number only.

Condition

Good, no damage and only slight wear to the gilding.
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 A Superb Davenport Dessert Plate.  c.1845 - 50 

A superbly decorated Davenport dessert plate from the mid 19th.Century.  Painted with a landscape in the manner of Jessie Mountford,  Davenport's best landscape painter of the period.  The quality of the gilding is also very fine.  The plate measures 23cm. diameter.  Marked with the underglaze Davenport ribbon and anchor mark in blue.

                
Condition

Very good.  One small glaze chip to the back of the rim that was probably done at the factory as it has been gilded.
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Chinese Export Porcelain Cup Stand
                        c.1740-50.

A very pretty Chinese porcelain cup stand 13.7cm. diameter.  Decorated in famille rose enamels with a Chinese family in a garden making music and playing games. The central scene surrounded by a grey 'penciled' foliate border, the rim with a further finely painted floral border in polychrome enamels.

Condition

Quite good, there are just a couple of small chips to the rim and a small amount of wear

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Copeland Armorial Plate. c.1860.

A Copeland Armorial soup plate.  21.4cm.diameter.  Decorated with gilding and the finely painted Coat of Arms of Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Monteath.
Colonel Monteath gained military distinction during the first Anglo-Afghan war, 1838-42 . For the part he played in the siege of Ghuznee,  he received a Gold medal from the King of Afghanistan.
Condition

Very good with no damage.  Some wear to the rim gilding.

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Chinese Export Porcelain Chamber Pot.  18th.Century.

A Chinese export polychrome decorated Chamber pot,  dating from the middle of the 18th.Century. Very attractively decorated with flowers, birds in branches and swimming ducks.  It measures 22cm. diameter. Somewhat damaged and worn, but quite a rare item these days.
   

Condition

Several tight cracks. Restored chips and overpainting to the underside of the rim in one area.  The gilding and enamels worn in places. It would also originally have had a cover.
   

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French Creamware Plate.
c.1800.

A French Creamware plate, probably made at the Creil factory c1800.  Printed onglaze with a print of 'Vue De La Place Des Victoires'.  The rim printed with Grapes and Vines. (the rim print has no joint and was made to fit the rim exactly). The prints were added to the undecorated plates in Paris by ; Stone Coquerel et Le Gros, it is their back stamp on the plate. These plates are of very good quality, and I think they are very under rated.  The plate is 24.2cm. diameter.
Condition 

Good, one flat chip to the rim that has been retouched and another tiny 'nick'.  The onglaze printing is in very good condition.

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A  Chinese Export Soup Dish. c.1780


A  Chinese export porcelain soup dish. 23cm. diameter. Painted in underglaze blue with a lakeland landscape.  A similar scene to the one on this dish was used ( in transfer printed form )  by several English factories  in the late 18th. and early 19th. Centuries on both porcelain and pearlware, in a effort to produce a cheaper alternative to hand painted Chinese export porcelain. 

 

Condition

A few small rim 'nibbles'.  One faint hairline from the rim,  about 6cm. long.
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A Japanese ( Arita ) Imari Saucer Dish. 17th. / 18th.Century.

A attractive early Japanese Imari Dish 28.6cm. diameter. Decorated in typical style with flowers reserved against a dark underglaze blue ground.  The centre with a vase of flowers on a fenced terrace.  The back decorated  with three floral sprays.

The centre of the back with four firing support marks.
  

Condition

Unfortunately the dish has three hairline cracks spaced at approximately 120 degrees around the rim. There are no chips and the cracks show very little from the front of the dish. There is also some typical wear to the gilding.
 

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A Chinese Armorial, Chocolate or Coffee Cup.  c.1795.

A Chinese export Armorial cup dating from the end of the eighteenth Century. The Arms, Crest and Motto belong to the Benthall family, of Benthall Hall near Broseley in Shropshire. The arms are quartered with the coats of two other families, that I have not yet identified. The final picture is of Benthall Hall in early October 2003.  

Condition

The decoration is in quite good condition with only a small amount of wear, but there is a long hairline crack from the rim

 

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A Superb Chinese Export Tray.

A very attractive hexagonal shaped Chinese export tray or stand,  measuring 22.5cm. across.  Finely enameled with a bird standing on rockwork amidst flowering plants.  No marks to the unglazed base,  probably mid 19th. century.
   

Condition

Excellent, no damage. Gilding to rim mostly worn away.
   

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Interesting Onglaze Printed Creamware Dish. c.1765.

An interesting onglaze transfer printed creamware saucer / dish,  16.3cm. diameter.  Printed in black with a charming pattern know as 'The Sleeping Beau'.  The design attributed to Henry Palmer's factory in Hanley.  The engraving probably by Thomas Rothwell, and dating from c.1762-72

Condition 

Very Good,  just a couple of small glaze losses to the rim,  maybe from firing.



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Early 19th Century Punch Bowl.
c.1800-10

An early 19th Century Punch bowl   Probably made at Coalport.  Decorated in four panels with an Oriental inspired design, including a Japanese  Kakiemon style 'Banded Hedge'. Each of these panels is separated by gilt scroll edged, red ground panels of gilding in a much more European style.  The bowl measures 28cm. diameter and 12.8cm. high. There are no makers marks.
Condition

Excellent,  no damage and only a  little wear to the gilt rim.  The glaze has quite a lot of typical crazing and cracking, but these are only in the glaze. There are no visible body cracks.  There is a small amount of staining to the interior.
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A Vienna Cup & Trembleuse Stand.
c.1760.

A rare and attractive,  tall beaker shaped cup and 'Trembleuse' stand.  Made at the Vienna factory c.1750-65.  Finely painted with summer flowers in polychrome enamels.  Both pieces marked with an underglaze blue shield mark, incised marks and painters mark to the saucer.  The saucer measures 13.8cm. diameter and the cup stands 7.3cm. high.  

Condition

Small rim chip to the saucer and a crack to the edge of the pierced central well, which probably originated from a firing crack. There is no damage to the cup


 

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A Meissen Coffee Cup & Saucer.  c.1780

A pretty Marcolini period coffee cup and saucer,  painted with brightly coloured flowers.  The twig handle of the cup with moulded flowers at it's upper terminal.  
Both pieces marked with underglaze blue crossed swords and star or asterisk mark, also with impressed marks.  Dating from the last quarter of the 18th.Century.

 

Condition.

No damage, some wear to the gilded rim of the cup.


 
Item C0007        Sold

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