Condition: New or Vintage & antique
Shapes of shells leaves and feathers molded with wild flowers highlighted with painting around the pretty transfer flower petals. And the rim is hand painted with blush, yellow, rose pink, and gold.
Bavarian circa 1890s.
About 10 1/4 across and about 3 inches high.
Condition: Excellent but for chips on the foot as shown.
Large 11 1/4 by 4 1/2 inches.Victorian style in blow out mold with open handles.
Marked "made in Germany." Probably very early 20th century.
Condition: excellent with little gold wear.
6 inches high, about 8 inches with the lid. About 5 1/2 wide.
Decorated front and back. No mark. I am guessing that it is Japanese late 60s or early 70s.
Condition: no damage.
Bareuther 31 piece dinnerware service, water color floral, 1940s Germany US Zone.
31 piece Dinnerware Set:
eleven 10 inch dinner plates
eleven 7 3/4 salad plates
Eight 5 1/4 berry bowls
One 13 inch platter
Pink and blue water color flowers and white daisies. Marked "Bareuther, Bavaria Germany, US-Zone, 13 28." Dating these to the 1940s.
Condition: Excellent. Light to no signs of use.
Boxed set for easy gift giving. 3 inch tall ceramic shaker, Mikasa, salt & pepper shakers
Condition: New discontinued
Pedestal base and high dome lid. Bright pink roses on creamy white china with gold trim. Holds just over 2 quarts. About 8 3/4 inches diameter, not counting the handles.
An interesting piece marked only for the retailer "Cardiff, Primaves et Sons, Swansea Newport." 1850-1915. This Welch store carried Staffordshire and Welch china and had the factories print only their name. Though this piece looks more like German porcelain circa 1910.
Condition: No damage except for gold loss as shown. Very clean and usable.
Set of 3 salad plates, 7 7/8 inches. Brightly painted bird and flowers over transfer with luster border. Marked Whieldon Ware Pheasant F. Winkle & Co England."
Condition. One plate has a chip underneath as shown.
Pair of decorative porcelain plates, 10 3/8 inches. Oriental style enameled flowers with gold.
Marked "For decorative use only, Port Royal Italy."
Condition: No damage.
Blue and white English earthenware from around mid nineteenth century. Oriental scenery with a pagoda and people. They are unmarked.
2 sets. Saucers are only 4 1/2 inches. The tea bowls are only 2 3/4 across the top.
Condition: The saucers look good. One tea bowl has a chip on the foot. The other has pottery bits inside. Please see the pictures.
Interesting bluish pearl lustre glaze on polychrome transfer. Same decoration front and back. A very large 4 1/2 inches high and 7 inches across the handles.
English registration mark for March 1857. And it says Elsmore & Forster below it.
Condition: Good condition, it is just very old, and we do not have the lid.
Brushed green with pink floral hand painted and signed by the artist. The bowl is marked but faded and not readable. These were popular late 19th century.
Over 10 1/2 inches across.
Condition: Chip on the foot as shown.
Bright orange and yellow. 9 7/8 by 7 3/4 inch oval. Marked "Morley Ware England Quality Ware Founded 1879." William Morley.
Condition: Crazing and wear. Tiny nip of a chip under the rim.
Czech pink & yellow roses chintz pattern with gold trim. Marked E&R Inc est. 1886 ERPHILA Czechoslovakia Windsor."
11 1/4 by 5 1/2 at the widest. Looks like semi-porcelain.
Edward Challinor octagon coffee pot circa 1840s or 50s. Brown transfer ware with over painted floral. Canella pattern.
6 1/2 inches to the tip of the spout. About 9 1/2 with the lid. Large size, maybe 10 cups?
Condition: Crazing. Very good condition.
Ernst Teichert of Germany 1901-1923. Meissen's Blue Onion pattern.
Square serving dish, 8 1/2 square, 1 3/4 inches high.
Condition: Very light use.
Two men in a boat fishing. Very dark flow blue earthenware 12 sided 7 1/2 inch salad plate. Well potted shape, not heavy at all and it has an impressive glassy clear glaze.
Joseph Heath "Tonquin" pattern. Circa 1845-1853. Staffordshire, England.
Condition: Light use. No chips cracks or crazing.
Octagon shape with turned up handles. Blue transfer ware river scene with people in the foreground.
The inside base for the teapot is 4 inches. Measures 8 1/4 inches across the handles.
Impressed mark, maybe Heath?
Large heavy serving bowl with painted roses on transfer and gilded with copper luster. 10 inches across and 4 1/3 inches high.
Marked "Leadless Glaze." We do not know who made it but most likely made in Staffordshire, England around 1870.
Condition: It has crazing.
Rectangle serving platter from the Aesthetic Period, brown transfer of boats, butterflies, cattails, and flowers.
16.25 by 12 inches.
Dates from 1882-1891. Marked "Stonier Hollinshead & Oliver, Handley, Coburg, Staffordshire." Impressed "14."
Condition: No chips or cracks. It does have fine crazing. Very light utensil scratches and it is stained.
This could be cleaned with the peroxide recipe, and I often do clean my items, but some people like old ironstone as found.
7 3/8 inches from side to side. Marked "BCM Nelson Ware made in England."
Condition: Very nice. A single craze line shows on the bottom.