PORCELAIN

18th Century

Payment by PayPal.

Shipping in Continental USA is free !

HOME: Porcelain:Pottery:Silver

 

The continuing passion for porcelain and the urge to profit from this led to the founding of many new companies all trying different formulas to develop wares that survived the firing kilns successfully and that were in the latest styles.

Bow and Lowestoft added bone ash to the soft paste body. Caughley and some of the Liverpool factories made a soapstone porcelain. New Hall meanwhile adapted the hard paste formula of Champion's at Bristol

BOW, CAUGHLEY, LIVERPOOL

LOWESTOFT, NEW HALL, Etc.

For makers that continued into the 19th century see
British Porcelain1800-1850
also British Tea Bowls, Cups &Cans

Stock #

 Item Description

Date

Maker

 Price

26749

CUP AND SAUCER, Height 2-1/2 inches, diameter of saucer 5-1/4 inches. Decorated with small floral sprigs featuring a pink rose in the New Hall manner. Border with looping green and red lines similar to New Hall pattern #241. Unmarked


Hairline crack one inch long from rim of cup.
Small stained area on reverse of saucer.

1790

STAFFORDSHIRE

NEW HALL TYPE

$85.00
26505

BOWL, 6" diameter, bright enamels over underglaze blue, peony, rock with holes and bird on branch. Interior with iron-red border of loops and center with a flower spray.

Unmarked

Sold as is with chips and wear to center flower.

c. 1770

LIVERPOOL

 

$225.00
23035

CREAM JUG, 4 inches high.Pear shaped with a sparrow beak. Decorated with a rose spray, the reverse with a purple convolvulus. Inside the rim there is an iron red border. Chip to spout

No mark

1760-1765

LIVERPOOL

Chaffers

$375.00
24218

TEABOWL & SAUCER, tea bowl 2 inches high, saucer 5-1/4 inches diameter. Border of black swags and bows. Gold rims. Pattern #455

Hybrid hard paste. No marks. Wear to gold rims and bands. Nibbles to rim of tea bowl

 1790-1800

NEW HALL

 $ 65.00
24222

TEAPOT. Height 6-3/4 inches, length 11 inches.
New Oval Shape. Hand painted floral sprays in black enamel.

UNMARKED. Small hairline crack in parapet, kiln debris on base.

c.1790

NEW HALL TYPE

STAFFORDSHIRE

$145.00

 

26434

 SAUCEBOAT, 4 inches high by 7 inches long. Biting snake handle. The white body molded with a well defined scroll and basket pattern, the foot with acanthus leaves. The reserves painted with dark blue floral design, the "Profile Bud" pattern. With sticker from Wynn Sayman.

Crack in base

 1763-1770

 John Pennington

LIVERPOOL
 $ 550.00

 40427

TEABOWL & SAUCER, /" high. Blue underglaze pattern of a building by the sea. Gold rims and bands.

The "Mortar" pattern so called for the strange cannon shaped items near the house . Based on a print of a Malaysian village. Hybrid hard paste. No marks

 1785-1800

NEW HALL

 $ 225.00

 

40025

 TEA BOWL & SAUCER, bowl 1-1/2" high, saucer 5" diameter

. Decorated in under-glaze blue with a chinese figures in a landscape within a large ornate frame. Known as the "Mother and child and man fishing" pattern. Unmarked.

*

 1770-1775

  Philip Christian

LIVERPOOL
 $375.00

 

40018

 SAUCE BOAT, 8" long. "BLUE ROSE FLORAL" pattern. White floral molded body, cartouche on either side with a floral bouquet featuring a rose, the rim border with floral sprays and a large beetle. Under the spout a morning glory. Interior with blue cell border, the well with a rose, floral sprays and a large beetle. Scroll handle. Footed oval base.

Unmarked

 c.1760-65

 BOW
 $775.00
26744

DO YOU NEED A LID? See also #26743.

SMALL LID. 2 " diameter. Interior diameter 1-14"

Butterfly and moth pattern for a sparrow beak cream jug or hot milk jug. Could also be Caughley or Worcester.
Bud finial re-attached, cracks
.

1770
LOWESTOFT
SOLD

26425 SOLD

DESSERT PLATE, 6-3/4 inches diameter. Twisted fluted and basket weave border. Decorated with the "Yellow Tiger" pattern. The gold rim is worn.

A dessert plate of the same form is shown in the "Bicentennial Exhibit of Caughley Porcelain" #120

 

1785-90
Caughley
SOLD

40428  SOLD

 TEABOWL & SAUCER, tea bowl 2"high, saucer 5-1/4" diameter. Chinoise design of a landscape with two adult figures and a small boy pointing to a butterfly. Hybrid hard paste. No marks.

"Boy with the butterfly", Pattern #421.

  1785-1800

NEW HALL

SOLD

 

26392 SOLD

 TEA BOWL & SAUCER, bowl 1-3/4" high, saucer 5-1/4" diameter

Fluted form in the "Scarlet Band" Japan" pattern. Decorated in over-glaze enamels with three white reserves with Chinese style florals and three red bands with a gold trellis pattern. Unmarked.

*Saucer: Minor losses to enamel, chip and hairline crack, Tea bowl: hairline crack

 c.1790

 CAUGHLEY

 

SOLD

24219 SOLD

COFFEE CAN & SAUCER, can 2-1/4" inches high, saucer 5-1/4 inches diameter. Border of black swags and bows. Gold rims. Pattern #455

Hybrid hard paste. No marks. Rubbing to gold rims and bands. Hairline crack in base of saucer. Crack to can

 1790-1800

NEW HALL

SOLD

 

26399 SOLD

 STAND. Diameter 6-1/8 inches. Decorated in the Kakeimon style with the Two Quail pattern. Wear to glaze and the enamels in well and three areas of abrasion on the rim.

Unmarked.

c.1760

 BOW
SOLD

  

40429  SOLD

  SAUCER, 5-1/4" diameter. Chinoise design of three figures in a garden with a further figure looking through the window. Brightly and strongly colored. No marks.

So called "Window" pattern #425. Hybrid hard paste.

 c.1785

 NEW HALL
SOLD

 and more ...please call (650) 948 5218 if you have specific needs
 
 

 

Select another interest: Porcelain : Pottery : Silver: Decorative objects : CONTACT or ORDER : HOME

San Francisco Ceramic Circle