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  • Price: $25.00
    Coalport Vintage Teacup And Saucer Montreal
    This teacup and saucer is made of fine bone china by the Coalport China Co. The pattern is Montreal #9269/A. These were produced in the early 1920's. The set is in very good condition with only a tiny chip on the edge of the cup which does not distract from the set. The footed cup measures about 4 across and stands 2 high. The saucer is 6 wide. Turquoise is a rare color for this period. This set would add interest to your collection.
  • Price: $25.00
    Coalport China Teacup And Saucer Victoria Regina
    This vintage teacup and saucer is made of fine bone china by Coalport China. Coalport was established in 1750 and is still in business today. This is a fine example of pattern 9270 Victoria Regina in turquoise. It was made in the early 1900's in a variety of colors. The cup is about 4 across and 2 1/2 tall with a footed bottom. The saucer is 5 3/4' wide. There is a wide turquoise band around the inside of the cup and around the saucer. There is gold scrolling on the turquoise and below the turquoise. There is a gold rim around the saucer and cup. The cup has a gold handle and shows no wear. This is an unusual color for this period and would be a great gift or addition to your collection.
  • Price: $12.00
    Coalport Fragrance Bread & Butter Plate
    (Scalloped Raised) Pattern #9504 Description:
  • Price: $90.00
    Coalport Anniversary Dinner Plate
    Diameter: 10.75 inches. White & gold. Excellent condition.
  • Price: $50.00
    Coalport Anniversary Salad Plate
    White & Gold Salad Plate. Diameter: 7.875. Excellent condition.
  • Price: $19.02
    Coalport Ming Rose (Scalloped) Bread & Butter Plate
    Coalport Ming Rose (Scalloped) Bread & Butter Plate. Size( Length: , Diameter: 1 , Height: 15 ) . Description:
  • Price: $50.00
    Coalport Ming Rose Egg Coddler
    Coalport Ming Rose large egg coddler. Gorgeous egg coddler; no chips or cracks; stands 3.25 up to rim or 4.5 up to finial. This is a discontinued pattern and I don't think they made a lot of the egg coddlers. Makes a unique gift! Or, fill with easter grass and add a colored egg for an Easter display! 1/10brncs
  • Price: $74.99
    Coalport Teacup Set Cup & Saucer Sweet Pea
    BEAUTIFUL VINTAGE TEACUP SET DECORATED WITH SWEET PEA BLOSSOMS, as per images, MADE IN ENGLAND BY COALPORT, FROM BONE CHINA ENTITLED - MARILYN.
  • Price: $30.00
    Coalport Indian Tree Teacup
    Coalport Indian Tree teacup and saucer. Nice condition. Saucer is 5.75 wide; cup is 4 wide x 2.25 tall. Green backstamp: Made in England, Crown symbol, Coalport, A.D. 1730, red 'P', and gold 'H' on cup; on saucer there is a green 'G', and red #3 and incised 14E22. Semi scalloped edges on cup and saucer. This would make a great gift! est11/08cs
  • Price: $12.50
    Coalport China Kings Ware Canton Demitasse Cup F
    A lovely demitasse cup made by Coalport, England as part of their Kings Ware line in the Canton pattern. We are making available in this listing just one demitasse cup without a saucer. You will also see separately listed 4 cup Coalport, England, A.D. 1750., Kings Ware, Canton. Based on this mark, these pieces were made between about 1891 and 1920. The Coalport Company, which is in Shropshire, England, is now part of the Wedgwood Group of china manufacture. While referred to as china, these pieces are not porcelain as they are not translucent. They are pottery pieces or may be what is referred to as soft paste pieces, we are not sure. The base pottery color is white, appearing a bit off-white rather than a bright white. They have a lovely intricate black line pattern with hand-painted multi-colored highlights in red, green, blue and yellow and a hand-painted light brown line trim on the outer edge of the saucer and on the top rim and handle of the cup. The design interweaves flowers and leaves with a geometric motif including a Japanese pagoda-style building. This oriental-reminiscent style is often seen on these Victorian ceramic pieces, which are also referred to as transferware and Aesthetic Movement pieces. The transferware relates to the transferring of the intricate designs (the black line design here) onto the base china/ceramic pieces via a series of dots as one would do in printing, rather than hand-painting the full design. On the underside base of each piece there are some letters and numbers painted in a single color which would indicate to the manufacturer the individual who later applied the hand colored details. This antique cup is about 2 inches in height, is straight-sided with a top opening diameter slightly wider than the base at 2 inches for the top and 1 7/8 inches for the base. Greatest width from the outside of the curved handle to the opposite side is about 2 3/4 inches. We have provided 6 images to show from all sides and a close-up of the mark. Please note that the white hot spots are lighting reflections from the camera on the glossy surface. This lighting also blands out the colors a bit, making the base china appear a brighter white than it is in person and the colored highlighting less bold and dramatic than it is in person. This piece looks more lovely in person than we could show with our camera. This cup is in very nice overall condition but not mint. It has a lot of crazing but no major chips or cracks. It appears to us to have a number of flaws made in the glazing process. On the underside base there is a darker area, a light brown oval section, as shown in one image (the coloring is darker than it appears in the image due to the camera lighting). In this area the glazing is higher or bumps up versus the remainder of the underside base, and we think it may be this extra glazing that is making this area appear darker in color, but we don't know that for sure. On the underside base on which the cup sits there is a small raised spot of extra glazing which makes this feel rough when touched with your finger but it is not a chip. There are stray black dots and some black smearing from the transfer process on the cup, with some of this visible as black lines and dots on the interior of the cup and as black dots on the outer handle. There are also some spots of paint or glazing wear on the design, particularly in one large circular black area by a red and a yellow/red flower. To us this appears as uneven glazing in manufacture rather than paint wear, but we don't know this for certain. While you should know these imperfections are there, they are not really bad and do not detract from the beauty or usability of the cup. It is in very nice shape for its age. If you already have a Coalport Canton demitasse saucer, this cup would nicely complete your set! It could also be displayed well on its own as part of a collection of single cups.
  • Price: $24.50
    Coalport China Kings Ware Canton Demitasse Cup And Saucer E
    A lovely demitasse cup and saucer set made by Coalport, England as part of their Kings Ware line in the Canton pattern. We are making available in this listing 1 cup Coalport, England, A.D. 1750., Kings Ware, Canton. Based on this mark, these pieces were made between about 1891 and 1920. The Coalport Company, which is in Shropshire, England, is now part of the Wedgwood Group of china manufacture. While referred to as china, these pieces are not porcelain as they are not translucent. They are pottery pieces or may be what is referred to as soft paste pieces, we are not sure. The base pottery color is white, appearing a bit off-white rather than a bright white. They have a lovely intricate black line pattern with hand-painted multi-colored highlights in red, green, blue and yellow and a hand-painted light brown line trim on the outer edge of the saucer and on the top rim and handle of the cup. The design interweaves flowers and leaves with a geometric motif including a Japanese pagoda-style building. This oriental-reminiscent style is often seen on these Victorian ceramic pieces, which are also referred to as transferware and Aesthetic Movement pieces. The transferware relates to the transferring of the intricate designs (the black line design here) onto the base china/ceramic pieces via a series of dots as one would do in printing, rather than hand-painting the full design. On the underside base of each piece there are some letters and numbers painted in a single color which would indicate to the manufacturer the individual who later applied the hand colored details. Each antique cup and saucer sits about 2 1/2 inches in height. The round saucers flare upwards slightly from a smaller round base, with a top diameter of 4 inches and an underside base diameter of about 1 1/2 inches. The cup itself is about 2 inches in height, is straight-sided with a top opening diameter slightly wider than the base at 2 inches for the top and 1 7/8 inches for the base. Greatest width from the outside of the curved handle to the opposite side is about 2 3/4 inches. We have provided here 7 specific images of this cup and saucer set. Since we are limited as to how many images we can provide per listing, please also see the 8 images we've provided in our listing for the other 4 cup and saucer sets in order to see additional detailing of the pattern itself. Here we have included special images to provide close-ups of the slight damage to these pieces, as well as overall views and a close-up of the manufacturer mark. Please note that the white hot spots are lighting reflections from the camera on the glossy surfaces. This lighting also blands out the colors a bit, making the base china appear a brighter white than it is in person and the colored highlighting less bold and dramatic than it is in person. These pieces look more lovely in person than we could show with our camera. This cup and saucer set is in very nice overall condition even with slight damage. Both pieces have a good bit of crazing. The saucer has a small chip on the underside at the rim as shown in one image. This chip measures about 1/8 wide by 1/16 inch high. There are also two very tiny round paint flakes (one slightly larger than the other) in one black area near the topside rim. As with the other saucers we have for sale, there is also on the backside a small round spot to which the top glazing layer has not adhered. Our guess is that this may be where the piece was held by some implement when the glazing was applied, leaving this area unglazed and looking whiteish (you can see this in one image, this is not a chip). On the cup, at the outer bottom, there is a small dark spot as shown in the close-up image which looks like a very shallow surface flake or chip which has been filled in with some dark coloring. We can't tell if this happened at the time of manufacture or afterwards at some point. In size, this dark spot measures about 1/8 inch high x 1/16 inch wide. This cup also has what we would call five very very tiny paint flakes in the brown paint on the upper rim, a tiny flake/low chip on the curve of the lower base rim not far from the black spot shown in one image, and a little bit of other wear to the underside base rim on which the cup sits. There is a smeared/worn paint spot in the black petal of one flower. As with the other pieces for sale, there are stray black dots and some black smearing from the transfer process and some stray paint dots/spots from the hand-painting, including a small light black smudge on the interior of the cup. There are some stray small scratches on the underside of the saucer. While you should know all this is there, this really doesn't take away from the attractiveness of this demitasse cup and saucer set on display. A neat addition to any collection of Victorian ceramics or Aesthetic Movement pieces, a collection of Coalport china or demitasse cups and saucers in general, or a collection of this exquisite Canton pattern.
  • Price: $29.99
    Coalport China Kings Ware Canton Demitasse Cup And Saucer A-b
    A lovely demitasse cup and saucer set made by Coalport, England as part of their Kings Ware line in the Canton pattern. We are making available in this listing 4 cup Coalport, England, A.D. 1750., Kings Ware, Canton. Based on this mark, these pieces were made between about 1891 and 1920. The Coalport Company, which is in Shropshire, England, is now part of the Wedgwood Group of china manufacture. While referred to as china, these pieces are not porcelain as they are not translucent. They are pottery pieces or may be what is referred to as soft paste pieces, we are not sure. The base pottery color is white, appearing a bit off-white rather than a bright white. They have a lovely intricate black line pattern with hand-painted multi-colored highlights in red, green, blue and yellow and a hand-painted light brown line trim on the outer edge of the saucer and on the top rim and handle of the cup. The design interweaves flowers and leaves with a geometric motif including a Japanese pagoda-style building. This oriental-reminiscent style is often seen on these Victorian ceramic pieces, which are also referred to as transferware and Aesthetic Movement pieces. The transferware relates to the transferring of the intricate designs (the black line design here) onto the base china/ceramic pieces via a series of dots as one would do in printing, rather than hand-painting the full design. On the underside base of each piece there are some letters and numbers painted in a single color which would indicate to the manufacturer the individual who later applied the hand colored details. Each antique cup and saucer sits about 2 1/2 inches in height. The round saucers flare upwards slightly from a smaller round base, with a top diameter of 4 inches and an underside base diameter of about 1 1/2 inches. The cup itself is about 2 inches in height, is straight-sided with a top opening diameter slightly wider than the base at 2 inches for the top and 1 7/8 inches for the base. Greatest width from the outside of the curved handle to the opposite side is about 2 3/4 inches. We have provided 8 images to show from all sides, cup and saucer separately, and close-up of the mark. Please note that the white hot spots are lighting reflections from the camera on the glossy surfaces. This lighting also blands out the colors a bit, making the base china appear a brighter white than it is in person and the colored highlighting less bold and dramatic than it is in person. These pieces look more lovely in person than we could show with our camera. While showing one of the four cup and saucer sets, all are in similar lovely overall condition. These pieces all have crazing, with the amount of crazing varying. The cups generally show more crazing than the saucers. There are no major chips or cracks. On three saucers we do see one or a few very tiny rim flakes, but nothing major, and it is possible we just missed seeing this on the fourth one. All of the saucers seem to have a small round spot on the underside to which the top glazing layer has not adhered. Our guess is that this may be where the piece was held by some implement when the glazing was applied, leaving this area unglazed and looking whiteish (you can see this in one image, this is not a chip). There are stray black dots and some black smearing from the transfer process, seen more on the cups than the saucers, with some of this visible on the interior bottom of the cup which must have been a difficult place for applying the transfer (there is an intricate pagoda building on the interior bottom of each cup). There are some stray small scratches and perhaps a bit of design/painting wear on the pieces, but nothing that jumps out and nothing bad at all. These pieces are in remarkably good shape for their age. A neat addition to any collection of Victorian ceramics or Aesthetic Movement pieces, a collection of Coalport china or demitasse cups and saucers in general, or a collection of this exquisite Canton pattern.
  • Price: $68.00
    Coalport Plate Royal Wedding Charles And Diana St Pauls
    This is a wonderful commemorative plate made by Coalport, England for the Royal Wedding in 1981 of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer of England in 1981. The 10.75 inches in diameter plate features an artist design of the couple at the altar in St. Paul's Cathedral, London England with a fancy gothic border of United Kingdom symbols and color photographs of the Prince and Princess at the top with gold trim. The plate was commissioned by the Heritage Collection which is like the National Trust. The bone china plate is in very good +++ condition with no chips or cracks but has some scratches in one are through the gold border of the drawing. You have to look carefully to see them. A wonderful piece of royal memorabilia by a premier English china maker.
  • Price: $150.00
    Flow Blue Pastoral Dinner Plate Kingsware Coalport
    Coalport Flow Blue Dinner Plate, Kingsware Pastoral. Truly a lovely piece of Flow Blue. Colors are fabulous and glaze is perfect. Great for any Flow Blue Collection. Mint condition.
  • Price: $48.00
    Coalport Demitasse Teacup
    Coalport demitasse teacup and saucer. It has gold trim and blue flowers. Bottom is marked: England, crown symbol, Coalport, A.D. 1750, #4066. Saucer is 4.5 wide; cup is 2.25 wide x 2 tall. esa-r3.07
  • Price: $49.95
    Princess Diana & Prince Charles Coalport Le Goblet
    This finely crafted bone china goblet was designed by COALPORT for Commemoration of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer's Wedding. It is from a Limited of 1000 and comes in its original box with a Certificate of Authenticity booklet. It is 4.75 H and is gold trimmed at cup rim and base. It is illustrated beautifully with a horse drawn carriage, St. Paul's Cathedral, and a floral design on the opposite side of the goblet. An excellent choice for the Royalty or Coalport Collector. This item is listed in the 1999 British Royalty Commemoratives, A Schiffer Book for Collectors Value Guide.
  • Price: $65.00
    Coalport White Relief Molded Demi C&s
    Coalport White Relief Molded demi c&s. Porcelain. England. c. 1920. The pattern for this sweet little demi cup & saucer was registered in 1889. Swirled and relief molded, it was obviously a popular pattern. Handle is gold. CONDITION: Very Good / Excellent (pings). There is what appears to be a crack in the saucer. However it is under the glaze and the saucer does ping. It must have come from the manufacturer this way. A couple of spots of wear to gold on handle. Very sweet demi cup & saucer.
  • Price: $45.00
    Coalport Hand Painted Octagonal C&s.
    Coalport Hand Painted Octagonal c&s. Porcelain. England. c.1891 - 1920. This charming & graceful cup and saucer are hand painted with a stylized flower design. The colors are yellow, bright coral, vivid blue and green. Gilt edges & lining on the cup handle. CONDITION: Excellent. (pings). Lovely cup & saucer.
  • Price: $11.99
    Coalport Bread And Butter Plate
    Bread and Butter Plate, Coalport, Bone China, 6 in diameter. Very pretty floral pattern, delicate colors. Scalloped edge trimmed with gold. In excellent condition - no chips, cracks or signs of use. This beautiful plate is marked on the back Coalport Bone China Made in England EST.1750 .
  • Price: $135.00
    Coalport Cobalt & Gold Art Nouveau Demi C&s
    Coalport Cobalt solid gilt handle. CONDITION: Excellent (cup has tiny all over crazing usual for its age; saucer pings; slightest of wear to gilt ring at saucer well; a couple of tiny scratches to gilt on saucer). Delightful example of Art Nouveau design.
  • Price: $140.00
    Coalport Crimped Demitasse Cup & Saucer
    Coalport Crimped demitasse cup this shades to a very pale peach. The interior of the cup a few use scratches on saucer well). Truly terrific demi!
  • Price: $50.00
    Coalport Cobalt & White Demitasse C&s
    Coalport cobalt & white demitasse cup & saucer. Porcelain. England. c. 1920s-1940s. Charming little demitasse cup & saucer with a floral garland & ribbon pattern in cobalt on a white ground. Edges are lightly relief molded and are ruffled. Hand painted gilt edges, ring at cup foot & lining on the handle. There are 2 stray thin gilt brush marks under the glaze where the artisan's hand slipped. CONDITION: Excellent (pings).
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