DERBY PORCELAIN
18th & 19th CENTURY

 

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The Derby China Factory was started in 1755 by William Duesbury I, who later purchased Chelsea and Bow. William Duesbury II took over from his father, followed by the patnership of Duesbury & Keane and after 1811 by Robert Bloor.
The early wares are unmarked and the crown and crossed batons mark came into use in 1782.
Derby produced a wide range of figures . The factory attracted several skilled painters and specialized in painted landscapes. In the later years especially in the Bloor period Derby produced a range of colorful and highly gilded "Japan" Imari patterns.
The factory closed in 1848

Stock #

 Item Description

Date

Maker

 Price

 22396

TEACUP & SAUCER , 2-3/4" high , 5-1/2" diameter with round ring handle. Salmon pink ground with band gold foliate scrolls and leaves, embellished with classical motifs in green and red. Pattern # 9. *small loss to gilt rim on cup. Mark; Red crown and crossed batons over "D"

 c. 1820

Robert Bloor

 $275.00

 23879

 DESSERT DISH, 10-3/4 inches long. Fluted lozenge shape. Botanical painting of "Pendulous Catchfly", titled in red on reverse.

Mark; Red crown and crossed batons over "D"

Staining near gold rim

 1815-1820
  Duesbury  $350.00

 40446

 COFFEE CAN & SAUCER, can 2-1/2" high, saucer 5-1/4" diameter. With the distinctive Derby "wishbone" or "pointed ear" handle. Wide border pattern of stylized leaves in iron-red and gold.

Mark; Red crown and crossed batons over "D"

*rubbing to gold in well of saucer.

 

 1810-1815

 Duesbury
 $185.00

 22098

TEA BOWL & SAUCER, 2"high ,5-1/4" diameter. Elegant molded spiral flute shape, cream ground decorated with a gold rim. Pattern # 78. Mark; Puce crown and crossed batons.

 c. 1775

Duesbury

 $250.00

 24788
 SAUCER DISH ,6-1/2" diameter. Oriental style "Japan" pattern of Two Quails in a Tree, in underglaze blue, iron red & green with gold accents. Mark: Red crown and crossed batons over "D" & # 28 . Wear to gold on rim

 1825-35

Robert Bloor 
 $185.00

 26443
DESSERT PLATE , 7" diameter. Oriental style "Japan" pattern of Two Quails in a Tree, in underglaze blue, iron red & green with gold accents. Mark: Red crown and crossed batons over "D" & # 22 . Slight wear to gold on rim

  1811-20
 Robert Bloor   $175.00

 

24236
FIGURE, 4-1/2" high. Standing barefoot small girl eating a dish of curds and whey, wearing a white dress with pink flowers and gold accents. Mark: impressed #101 on base. *Firing crack onone arm & touchup to enamel on hat.

 1772-1795

Duesbury

 $675.00

 23887
FIGURE 5" high. Standing girl holding a basket of flowers.in the early Pale Period colors. "Summer" from the "Rustic Seasons". No mark, three patch marks only. *Restoration to neck, arm & flowers and touch up to enamel. Good appearance and an opportunity to buy an early piece at a reasonable price.

 c.1760

 Duesbury
  $625.00

 23907
TWO SMALL VASES, 4-1/4" high. Classical form with high handles. Decorated in a"Japan" Imari pattern with alternating blue and white panels painted with flowers in underglaze blue, iron red and gold. Mark: Red crown and crossed batons over "D". *loss to one flower terminal on handle.

 c.1820

 Robert Bloor 

 $725.00

$425.00

  26437SOLD

 EGG STRAINER, 4 inches long. Blue rim. The pierced bowl enamelled in "dry-blue" with a cornflower and other floral sprigs. Sold "as-is"; a section on the right side of the handle has been broken and restored. Small hairline crack to bowl.

Unmarked.

Reference The Watney Collection Part 11 Number 775

 1780

 Duesbury
SOLD

 SOLD

26256
Cup and saucer, 2-1/8" high, 5-1/2" diameter with angular handle. Oriental style "Japan" pattern of Two Quails in a tree, in underglaze blue, iron red & green with gold accents. Mark: Red crown and crossed batons over "D" *rubbing to gold.

 1825-35

 Robert Bloor
  SOLD

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