Porcelain

Late 19th Century

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Bone china was now the standard. Forms were often very elaborate and fashion moved quickly from the Neo-Gothic to Historicism,
to the Aesthetic movement influenced by Japan, to the Arts and Crafts movement, to Art Nouveau.
Quality was very good.

Many ornate vases and elaborate dessert services were made to display wealth and their owner's "taste".

See also Early 19th century British porcelain

 Stock#

 Item description

 Date

 Maker

 Price

26787

PLATE 9-1/4 inches.. Shaped edge, turquoise border with gold vine and ribbons, center with white and blue striped Convolvulus("Morning glory". Pattern number 6/322

1850-60
RIDGWAY
$75.00
26478

DEMITASSE CUP AND SAUCER, cup 2-1/2"high, saucer 4-1/2" diameter. Printed in iron-red with a lambrequin design. Pattern # W4339.

Printed mark of crown over circle and registration number.

1893
ROYAL WORCESTER
$45.00

 

20168

COMPORT, (Footed Serving Dish). 9" diameter. Brown border of leaves alternating raised gold dots. Rich turquoise band around a hand painted bouquet of flowers. Pattern # 9408. Two small hairline cracks from rim

Impressed mark of a crown over a circle

1877
ROYAL WORCESTER
$135.00

 

20169

COMPORT, (Footed Serving Dish). 9" diameter. Brown border of leaves alternating raised gold dots. Rich turquoise band around a hand painted bouquet of flowers. Pattern # 9408. Crack from rim, glaze flaws to turquoise border.

Impressed mark of a crown over a circle

1877
ROYAL WORCESTER
$115.00

 

25322

SET OF TWELVE DINNER PLATES, 10-1/4" diameter.

With shaped rim. Border design of alternating yellow and puce panels with gilt sprays, centered with a crest of a rampant lion and the motto "Vincit Veritas ("TRUTH PREVAILS"" for George Roland Edwards of Ness Strange, Salop (Staffordshire). The family was last recorded in Debrett's Landed Gentry in 1906. Unmarked.

1850-1860
MINTON
$950.00

 

26104

COVERED VASE, 9" high. With applied flowers in the "Dresden" style. With two gilded handles in the form of a ram's head with horns.

*minor losses to petals

Reference Geoffrey Godden "British Porcelain", plate #25

 1885
JOHN BEVINGTON
 $850.00

 

40284

 PAIR OF FIGURES, MALE AS "THE SOWER" & FEMALE "THE HARVESTER".

Height 5-5/8 inches. Ivory colored, lightly tinted. Gilt and enamel decorated.

Fully marked with date code. *Minor touch up to leg of male figure.

 1891
ROYAL WORCESTER
 $875.00

 

40448

 FEMALE FIGURE of "THE HARVESTER"

5-3/8" HIGH. Ivory colored, lightly tinted. Gilt and enamel decorated

Fully marked with date code.

 1892
 ROYAL WORCESTER
 $425.00

 

26027 SOLD

PLATE, 8-1/4" diameter. Printed in blue with an over-all floral design in the Arts and Crafts manner. c.1880
WEDGWOOD
SOLD
26503SOLD

SQUARE SERVING PLATE, 9-1/4 inches square. Canted corners and fluted form. Enameled with birds and branches in the aesthetic Japanese style, pattern #3614

Spode copeland mark in green for 1875-90 period.

Pattern # in red

1875-90
SPODE
SOLD

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