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EARLY 19TH CENTURY TO 1850

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British Porcelain Later 19th century from 1850
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British Porcelain 18th century: Derby ::British Tea Bowls, Cups & Cans
   

British porcelain of the early 19th century saw the introduction of the bone china body. Hand painted patterns and designs were of the highest quality and printed wares expanded the market to the prosperous middle classes. Spode and Minton led the field in design while Coalport and Ridgway joined them in success. Davenport, New Hall, Miles Mason, Rockingham and many others appeared on the scene leaving high quality and interesting wares for us to collect.
Many other factories in Staffordshire, Wales and the north of England made bone china for the home market and for export to America.The shape of the wares changed from the plain form of the 1800s becoming increasingly ornate and evolved into the Victorian Neo-Rococo style.

 

 STOCK #

 ITEM DESCRIPTION

 DATE

 MAKER

 PRICE

23785

PUNCH BOWL, footed, height 3 inches, diameter 9-1/4 inches. Dark blue ground. The shaped rim with a gold dentil border. The interior and exterior decorated with a wide gilded band of interlocking scrolls and lances. The white reserve in the well painted with flowers attributed to George Davis.

For the pattern on a different form see plate 264 in Geoffrey Godden Chamberlain Worcester Porcelain. For the painter, see page 192.

1810-1815
Chamberlain's Worcester

$1,250.00

$850.00

 

26764

LEAF SHAPED SERVING DISH, bone china, length 9-1/2 inches. With a palm and wreath molded border and decorated in the Swansea style with hand painted flowers, featuring roses and convolvulus.
Pattern #152

The Northern Ceramic Society Journal Volume 26 2010, Stephen Folch -Preceptor or Potter?by Jennifer Moody. Pages 120 and 121 shows similar wares by an unattributed maker.

c. 1825

Unknown

British

$195.00

 

26765

LEAF SHAPED SERVING DISH, bone china, length 9-1/2 inches. With a palm and wreath molded border and decorated in the Swansea style with hand painted flowers featuring roses and auricula primrose.
Pattern #152

Some small losses to enamel and crazing to glaze.

The Northern Ceramic Society Journal Volume 26 2010, Stephen Folch -Preceptor or Potter?by Jennifer Moody. Pages 120 and 121 shows similar wares by an unattributed maker.

c. 1825

Unknown

British

$150.00

25687

SPILL VASE, height 5 inches. Cylindrical form. Hand painted. Decorated in the French style with a Rose-du-Barry ground with two white reserves with elaborate gold frames, one features an arrangement of fruit and the other has two exotic birds in a landscape. Minor abrasion on lower section; very shallow chip to base.

Spill vases were made to hold rolled-up strips of paper or thin wood tapers used to light candles. They were often part of the garniture on the mantelpiece.

c.1830
COALPORT
$525.00

21089

TEACUP AND SAUCER, cup 2-1/4 inches high, saucer 5-1/2 inches diameter. Pattern # 1084, two flowers in cobalt blue, iron red leaves etc. Bute shape, oval ring handle.
1814-30
NEW HALL
$145.00

26757

TEACUP AND SAUCER, cup 2-1/2 inches high, saucer 5-1/2 inches diameter. London shape Imari pattern # 2375. In the well is an Oriental vase with two handles filled with flowers. underglaze blue, iron-red and gold.
Mark "SPODE" in red and pattern number.

A superior set with minor wear

1815-1820
SPODE
$345.00

26773

PAIR OF SAUCERS, diameter 5-1/2 inches, molded border with white floral, well with a hand painted botanical of a flower.
Pattern #2019

One marked "SPODE" in red and pattern number.The other unmarked
c.1820
SPODE
$115.00

26759

TEAPOT STAND, 7-14 inches long, 5-3/4 inches wide.The Flower Embossed border of white flowers on a stone colored ground.The corners decorated with gold flowers. The center decorated with a botanical painting of a Crane's bill flower and leaves. Pattern #2019
Mark "SPODE" in red and pattern number.

c.1820
SPODE
$225.00

26480

TEAPOT, HARD PASTE, 7-1/2' high. Boat shape, ornately decorated with a a border of mazarine blue over a band of foliate scrolls in iron-red and gold,pattern number on base #890. Previously unrecorded pattern.

Reference Bertoud An Anthology of British Teapots page 211 for similar New Hall teapots

c. 1810
NEW HALL
$750.00

26508

CREAM JUG. 3-1/2 inches high, length over handle 5-1/2inches. Boat shaped. Border of mazarine blue over a band of foliate scrolls in iron-red and gold. Pattern # 890
PREVIOUSLY UNPUBLISHED PATTERN

No maker mark.

Pattern number in iron-red on base
and painter's mark #4

1812-1815
NEW HALL
$325.00

21350

VASE, 5 inches high, diameter of top 5 inches. Bone china. Of tapering form with an everted rim and raised on a round foot. Decorated in deep underglaze blue with flowers and berries in gold. Having a gold framed rectangular reserve painted with a landscape of a lake and bridge. Bands of molded pearls above and below the reserve. A gold border of laurel leaves and berries under the rim. Marked on base with a dark blue cross. No makers mark.
Loss to gold on rim.


c. 1840
BRITISH
$215.00

 

23214

DESSERT DISH, 11 inches long, of oval form with flared sides. Heavily potted. Decorated with a border design in Neo-classical taste of urns and torches in red and gold. For similar shapes Some wear to gold rim and to the gold band in the well. Minor losses to red enamel. For similar shapes see Mason Porcelain and Ironstone by Haggar and Adams Plate 83 & 84

Unmarked

1800-1810
MILES MASON
$345.00

22610

DESSERT DISH, 10-3/4 inches long, of oval form with flared sides. Heavily potted. Decorated with the Dragons in Compartments or Bengal tiger or Kylin pattern . Having four panels of two fantastic beasts alternating two tables with vases. Small chips to the foot rim and restoration to tiny chip on rim . Wear to the gold rim and some losses to gold in well. For a similar shape see Coalport by Michael Messenger Plate 33.

Unmarked

1800-1810

John Rose

COALPORT

$275.00

22514

DESSERT DISH, 11 inches long, of oval form with flared sides. Heavily potted. Decorated with the "Church Gresley" pattern having a border of yellow lozenges and pink roses. Small chips to foot rim, restoration to a rim chip and hairline crack. Wear to gold and some losses to gold on rim and in well. For a similar shape see Coalport by Michael Messenger Plate 33.

Unmarked

1800-1810

John Rose

COALPORT

$295.00

23709

DESSERT DISH, FOOTED TAZZA, 10 inches long over handle. Shaped lobed rim decorated with leaves and with four pierced sections. The well is painted with a harbor landscape titled in red on reverse as follows "ROSS, TREVOR. PIER".
This scene is based on the etching in The Scenery and Antiquities of Ireland published 1841, illustrated by William H. Bartlett (1809-1854). The correct name for this village is Rostrevor. It is in County Down, Northern Ireland.
c.1845

British Probably

COALPORT

$245.00

23117

COFFEE CAN & SAUCER, cup 2-1/2 inches high, saucer 5-1/4 inches diameter. Decorated with a rich "Japan" Imari style pattern in underglaze blue. iron red and gold. Pattern #140. Hairline crack across saucer base. Unmarked

1807-1810

GRAINGER

WORCESTER

$145.00

26116

BOWL, diameter 6-1/2 inches. The border painted with a design of green and red leaves and gold twigs over a gold band. Gold foot rim.

Impressed mark of a crown over "BFB". Area of wear to gold rim

1807-1813

Barr, Flight and Barr.WORCESTER

$175.00

22497

SAUCER DISH, 7-3/4 inches diameter. Salmon pink border with a gold ribbon and foliate design. Impressed mark of a crown over "BFB". From the collection of Ewan B. Brown. c.1805

Barr, Flight and Barr.WORCESTER

$175.00

23078

PLATE, 9 inches diameter. Shaped gold gadroon rim. Wide border design of a gold scrolling vine with scarlet trumpet flowers. The well with a gold circular foliate design. Pattern # 952. Reverse with pattern number in gold. Unmarked c.1820
COALPORT
$185.00

23885

ARMORIAL PLATE, 10 inches diameter. Shaped gold rim. Centered with the coat of arms of Haslam, Ireland ,(the lamb+ hazel tree) impaling Harrison (the lion), over the motto "Dum Spiro spero", ("While I breath, I hope"). Pattern #2725. The reverse with pattern number in orange. Unmarked c.1835
MINTON
$325.00

24220

COFFEE CAN AND SAUCER. Height of cup 2-1/4 inches, diameter of saucer 5-1/4 inches. Chinoise design of exotic birds and a nest in a tree in underglaze blue and gold. Pattern #608. Rubbing to gilt rims.

Reference Haggar and Adams "Mason Porcelain & Ironstone" plate 57

c.1810
MILES MASON
$185.00

22622

TEACUP & SAUCER. Height of cup 2-1/2 inches, diameter of saucer 5-1/2 inches. London Shape. Pink lustre bands and design of pink lustre vine with green and pink flowers . c.1825
STAFFORDSHIRE
$35.00

22401

PLATE, 8-1/2 inches diameter. Imari design in iron-red, underglaze blue and green. Pattern #146. Marked on reverse with pattern number in gold

1805-10

COALPORT

Antice,Horton & Rose

$215.00

22636

PLATE, 9-1/2 inches diameter. Embossed border, the "Dulong" pattern, brown enamel rim. Skillfully painted with a bouquet and sprays of flowers in the well and three sprays on the border. Chip to rim. Unmarked

Reference Michael Messinger "Coalport 1795-1926" Page 95 & 96, plates 40 & 41

c.1815
COALPORT
$185.00

21753

PRESENTATION MUG, 3-3/4" high, width over handle 5 inches. Hand painted with a floral bouquet on either side of a gilded inscription, "A Token of Respect". Scroll handle. Wear to gilded rim,crack to base. c.1820
STAFFORDSHIRE
$85.00

25124

COFFEE CAN AND SAUCER, "Japan" Imari pattern in underglaze blue, over painted in iron-red, pink and green. Richly gilded. Pattern #1645. Red mark "Spode" on reverse.

Minor rubbing to gilding on rim and inner band of well in saucer

c.1805
SPODE
$225.00

21626

PAIR OF FOOTED BOWLS AND COVERS, 5-1/4"high, 5" over handles. With twig handles and raised on four flared feet. The body and lid are applied with flowers in the ornate "Dresden" style. No mark.

Some restoration to flowers and handles

Reference "Coalport 1795-1926" by Michael Messenger, Page 207, plate 164

1830-1835

Coalbrookdale ware

COALPORT

$850.00

26464

CUP and SAUCER, cup 2-1/4" high, saucer 5-1/4" diameter. Bute shape, decorated in gold with an acanthus or palm leaf pattern. Unmarked. Some wear to gold ring on saucer

c.1810
MINTON
$115.00

24814

PAIR OF SOUP PLATES, diameter 9-1/4 inches. Decorated in Japan Imari style with the "Two Quail" pattern. Unmarked

 

c.1815
COALPORT
$300.00

TEACUP & SAUCER, cup 2 inches high, saucer 5-1/2 inches diameter. London shape. "New York". Printed in a rich deep pink with a male and female figure standing in front of a harbor showing several ships, and featuring a large steam ship with a smoke stack and a side paddle wheel. Accented with green,blue and yellow enamel. Scroll with "New York".

Loss to face of female on one side of cup and small chips to foot rim of saucer. Unmarked.

c.1830
STAFFORDSHIRE
$175.00

SAUCER, 5-1/2 inches diameter.

"Cabbage Rose" pattern on a wide gold border.

Mark: Spode in red.

c.1830
SPODE
$45.00

 

40414

 CUP & SAUCER, cup 2" high, saucer 5-1/2" diameter. London shape with angular handle. Decorated in the flamboyant "Japan" taste with Imari colors of underglaze blue, overglaze iron-red, green and gold. Gold rim.

*very minor rubbing to gold rim on saucer

1815-1820
NEW HALL
 $275.00

 50000

 CUP & SAUCER, ROYALTY COLLECTIBLE. Bute shape. White body with a black transfer, a memorial for Princess Charlotte.

Princess Charlotte Augusta of Wales (January 7, 1796 ­ November 6, 1817) was the only child of the ill-fated marriage between George IV (at that time the Prince of Wales) and Caroline of Brunswick. She was married to Prince Leopold and died in childbirth. She was very popular and was mourned by the whole country.

1817-1818

STAFFORDSHIRE

 $195.00

 22022

 Cup & Saucer, London shape. "Japan" Lovely "Water lily" pattern in underglaze blue over painted in iron-red and green and richly gilded. Pattern# 2/2. Unmarked. 1810-1815
Coalport
$225.00

 

24576

Bowl, 3 "high 6-1/4"diameter. "Japan" Imari pattern showing an Oriental scene of a house with a pagoda by a tree with bird, in underglaze blue, iron red, pink, green. Richly gilded. Pattern # 66. *hairline crack on one side/roughness to foot rim
c.1810

John Rose

COALPORT

$225.00

 

23881

 Set of Six Plates, 10-1/8" diameter. White with a bright blue rim and inner gold band. Armorial Crest "an ostrich holding a horseshoe" and motto "Duriora Virtus"(Virtue tries harder things) for the Wyatt family. No mark. c.1845
MINTON
$600.00

21116 SOLD

TEACUP & SAUCER. Height of cup 2-1/4 inches, diameter of saucer 5-1/2 inches. London Shape. "Oriental Musicians" a Chinoise design showing three figures with a large vase of flowers. Printed and over-painted in bright enamels.

1825-45

HILDITCH &SONS

STAFFORDSHIRE

SOLD

26471 SOLD

CUP AND SAUCER, cup 2-1/4"high, saucer 5-1/2" diameter. Bute shape. Pink lustre rim and bands, black print of a landscape with mansion and sheep. Unmarked c.1810
STAFFORDSHIRE
SOLD

23923 SOLD

CUP and SAUCER, cup 2-1/4" high, saucer 5-1/2" diameter. Bute shape. Pattern #428, decorated with a wide border of orange-red rings and a foliate design in gold. Minton mark in blue.

Some wear to gold on saucer.

c.1810
MINTON
SOLD

 24820 SOLD

Bowl, 3-1/2 "high 6-1/2"diameter. London shape. "Japan" pattern in underglaze blue, iron red, and gold. Pattern # 2214. Red mark "Spode" on reverse.
1811-1814

SPODE

SOLD
26509 SOLD

SUGAR BOAT,COVERED, 5 inches high, width 7 inches over handles.

Decorated with a Japan pattern # 2214 in the "Imari" palette of iron red and cobalt blue with gilt accents.

Painted red Spode mark in capitals and pattern number on reverse

1805
SPODE
  SOLD

 24996

SOLD

 PAIR OF LOW RECTANGULAR DESSERT DISHES,

2-1/2 inches high by 11 inches long. Painted border of a vine with leaves and berries . The molded design of the twig handles continues onto the back of the dish. Pattern #2766.

Reference Spode by Leonard Whiter. For shape see illustration 196.

Mark: SPODE in red and pattern number 2766

 c.1810
 SPODE
  SOLD

 26442

 

SOLD

 


PAIR OF MATCHPOTS (also called spill vases), 4-1/4"high. A true pair with the mark of the same painter.
Japanese pattern # 967 in the Imari palette, underglaze blue, iron red, peach and green with gold accents. This pattern is known as a "candlelight" pattern as it shows so well in artificial light.
Reference Spode by Leonard Whiter. Illustration 232.
Red mark "Spode", #967 & painter's mark on reverse.
Rubbing to gold rims .
  Matchpots or spill vases were made to hold rolled-up strips of paper or thin wood tapers used to light candles. They were often part of the garniture on the mantelpiece.
c.1815
 SPODE
 SOLD

25123

SOLD

Coffee Can & Saucer, "Japan" Imari pattern in underglaze blue, over painted in iron-red, pink and green. Richly gilded. Pattern #1645. Red mark "Spode" on reverse c.1805
SPODE
SOLD

 

21755

SOLD

 PLATE. 8-1/2 inches diameter. The "Longevity" pattern, painted in red with a border of Chinese motifs, the well decorated with a dragon and a phoenix, the latter enameled in colors.

Mark: Spode in red.

 c.1800
 SPODE
  SOLD

25911

SOLD

Cup & Saucer, London shape. "Japan" Imari pattern in underglaze blue over painted in iron-red, pink,and green and richly gilded. Pattern #2213. Red "Spode" mark on reverse.

*tiny chip under rim of saucer.

c.1815

SPODE

SOLD

 

24818

SOLD

CUP AND SAUCER, height of cup 2-5/8 inches, diameter of saucer 5-1/2 inches. London shape. "Japan" pattern #2214,decorated in the "Imari" palette of iron red and cobalt blue with gilt accents.

Red mark "Spode"and pattern #2214 on reverse.

Two faint star cracks in cup

1811-1814
 SPODE
 SOLD

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