Beautiful relief moulded English jug or pitcher. Flow blue with copper lustre decoration. Wonderful sharp mould and condition, depicting a family frightened by a bull. In the style of Staffordshire potters Bradbury, Anderson, & Bettanny, 1844-1852. Identified as "The Bull" pattern in Kathy Hughes Collectors Guide to Nineteenth Century Jugs, Vol.ll, page 58. Measures 6 inches tall with typical shelf wear on bottom and 1 tiny luster rub at lip.
Lovely Aesthetic movement polychrome platter in the "Texas" pattern. The "just enough" enameling on a black transfer and Ivory ironstone work very nicely together. Measuring 11" by 14" and in wonderful condition with a few utensil marks, and with some "cabinet" rub to the back well and on the edge. 1 of the 2 could be a "kiln pop" since its black like the transfer. They are there, so they get mentioned and photographed. Also available, is a match ...click for details
Nice Aesthetic era Victorian sterling stick pin in a bay leaf design. Measures at 2-1/4" long overall and leaf 1/2" across by 1-1/4" long. Marked sterling on the pin shaft. Please inquire as to availability.
Lovely Tiffany 19th century 9-1/4" heavy porcelain plate in the oriental Ning Po pattern. English pink transfer with a very subtle use of a few pastel colors that's just enough to compliment a really nice pattern. In very good condition with just slight utensil marks. Has the backstamp for Brownfields China, Tiffany and Co, New York, an impressed "Brownfield", along with painted "1098" on the back. Circa 1870s-1880s. Please inquire as to availability.
Aesthetic movement polychrome water jug or pitcher in the "Texas" pattern. Measures 6-1/2" tall, and in very nice condition. The black transfer and enameling are nice and sharp overall. The handle looks as if the transfer "slipped" a bit when applied. Impressed Brownfield trademark on bottom. By Brownfield and Son(s), Cobridge Works, Staffordshire, England. Impressed date 6/80 for June 1880.
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Very nice ironstone Polychrome English serving plate. Oriental "Pekoe" pattern, also known as "long tail bird" pattern. Measuring 10 inches across the tab handles, and in wonderful condition with typical fine crazing and some lose of orange enameling at the plate edge. Cobalt crown mark with Ashworth Bros, Hanley, England on bottom. Circa 1880s.
4 plates and a jug also available in this same pattern
English Imari polychrome ironstone 9" plate in Brownfields' No.13 pattern. In very good condition with typical fine glaze crazing and slight discoloring with some color loss to the edge. Done on Brownfields' "Ivory" ironstone, the lovely flower vase pattern is nice and sharp. Marked with stamped No.13 and painted 6923, and can be found in Tim Peake's wonderful book "William Brownfield and Son(s) Illustrated Guide 1837-1900", which dates it to 1853. By William ...click for details
Lovely 60s retro cloth tapestry bag measures about 7" high by 7" wide closed. Very good vintage condition with just some discoloring from the reinforced area at the gold tone snap closure. Gold tone chain measures 29". Inside label reads Delill Made in Italy. Please inquire as to availability.