English Ironstone Light Red Transferware Castles Salad Plate
Vintage, English Ironstone light red transferware salad plate in the Castles pattern. Scene of people talking in the gardens; castle in the distance. Wide border of leaves, flowers and acorns. Made in England. Size: Just a shade under 7 3/4 inches. Condition: Excellent.
English Ironstone Light Red Transferware Cereal Bowl
English Ironstone pink, or light red, transferware cereal bowl. Scene of a mother and daughter with their dog, watching a gentleman in a fishing boat. Border of leaves and acorns. Made in England. Size: 6 3/8 inches diameter; 1 7/8 inches high. Condition: Few light scratches.
Marked: Real English Ironstone - Micratex - Est. 1657 England - Adams - Member Of The Wedgewood Group -Tea Leaf Size: 5-7/8 inches across Condition: used, no chips, good copper band ring Comments: has a ribbed pattern around the cup indentation.
Tower Of London Plate By A. J. Wilkinson Ltd. England
An A.J. Wilkinson Ltd. There'll always be an England ,Tower of London decorated plate. The plate has an ivory background with a center decoration depicting the Tower of London. The plate has a square shape with the rim decorated with London landmarks including Big Ben, St. Paul's, The Tower, and London Bridge. It bears a stamped knight on horseback logo with the standard There'll Always Be An England in black, stamped A.J. Wilkinson Ltd. Burslem, England.
Royal Albert Cup And Saucer Nell Gwynne Series - Drury
Royal Albert bone china cup and saucer. The pattern is called Drury Lane from the Nell Gwynne series. primrose designs with a spray inside the cup. Both the cup and saucer are in perfect condition, no nicks, chips or wear.
Biltons Ironstone Tableware from Staffordshire England. Speckled ironstone bread plate with design of olive green flower. Marked: Biltons tableware. Underglaze; detergent proof. Made in England. Circa: 1944-1945. Size: 6 5/8 inches. Condition: Very good; few light scratches.
19th Century Antique English Ironstone Serving Platter
This is an Antique English Ironstone Serving Platter. It is about 15 and 3/4 inches long by 11 and 1/2 inches wide and 3/4 inches high. It is classic white Ironstone made by W and E Corn of Burselm, England. The underside has a black glaze mark of a standing lion and a standing unicorn on either side of a shield with a crown. This is the British Royal Arms mark. It dates this platter to having been made between 1814 and 1837. This Platter is in excellent condition without any chips, cracks or crazing. It does have a few small kiln pops and some light surface scratches, which are consistent with its age and normal usage.
Staffordshire Ironstone Coffee Pot, Creamer And Sugar
This is a three (3) piece set which includes man English Staffordshire Ironstone Coffee Pot with Creamer and Sugar. All three pieces are Red Transferware made by English Ironstone Tableware Ltd, England. The Coffee Pot has a depiction of a castle and grounds in two sides of the Pot. Below the castle is the word Neuschwanstein, which appears to be the name of the castle. This Coffee Pot is about 8 and 1/2 inches high, 8 and 1/2 inches from handle to tip of spout and 4 inches wide. It has a printed/stamped bottom mark. The Creamer and Sugar each have the red transferware depiction of a castle on one side and a castle and village on the other. All pieces are in excellent condition without any chips, cracks or crazing.
6 Staffordshire Ironstone Transferware Cups And Saucers
This ius a set of six (6) matching English Staffordshire Ironstone Cups and Saucers. The Saucers are about 5 and 5/8 inches across and have a lovely red transferware floral depiction. The Cups are about 2 and 3/4 inches high and 4 and 3/8 inches across from handle to rim. The Cups have a red transferware depiction of a castle and grounds on two sides. Below the castle is the name Sigmaringen, which may be the name of the castle. The bottom mark on the cups is the relief words EIT Ltd, England. EIT stands for English Ironstone Tableware Ltd. The Saucers have an incised mark of English Ironstone, England. These Cups and Saucers were made sopmetime duing the 1930's. All of these pieces are in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or crazing.
This is a set of eight (8) antique English Staffordshire Ironstone Lunch Plates. They are red transferware and depict a castle and grounds. Below the depiction, each plate has the word Herrenchiemsee, which appears to be the name of the castle or estate. These Lunch Plates were made by English Ironstone Tableware Ltd, England, sometime during the 1930's. Each Plate is about 7 and 3/4 inches across. The bottom of each plate has the incised mark of English Ironstone, England. All the Plates are in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or crazing.
Sets of cup and saucer (Each item of one is one cup and one saucer) from Barratts England in the Golden Anniversay pattern. The cup is flat and 2 5/8 in. high and 3 3/8 in. across the opening. The saucer is 5 5/8 in. diameter. The pieces are mint with the exception of one saucer that has some crazing.
An Ironstone serving bowl made by Wood & Son of Burslem England. It is nicely marked on bottom with a backstamp, has an impressed Registry Mark of R.53930 (I believe, hard to read) and the numbers 7 over 87 in a third place. This potter began his business in 1865, so perhaps the 87 (1887) is the year it was produced? Not sure, that may be too logical. It is very plain, has no decoration, 7-1/2 inches length, 5-1/2 inches width, 1/12 inches height at the rim, base is 5 by 3 inches. Has the usual brown age spots, stacking marks, has a chip on the top inner rim that is under the glaze, so a manufacturing flaw, areas of raised clay, again all manufacturing flaws.
This pair of Ashworth inronstone china soup bowls measures 10 1/2 inches across and 1 1/4 inches tall. Mid 19th century Ashworth ironstone transfer with over painting and gilding staffordshire soup bowl. It is marked on the base with red transfer crown with ribbon mark (A.Bros Real Ironstone China), also there is impressed mark ASHWORTH REAL IRONSTONE CHINA. The pattern is lovely with oranges, blues and pink with peonies and gold gild. Excellent condition with no chips, cracks, staining or restoration.
This lovely Adderley Floral Bone China peace measures 3 1/2 inches tall by 4 inches wide. It is made in England and has gold trim on the base. There is a small chip (priced accordingly) on one of the flower pedals that I have indicated in the pictures.
This Wildlife of Britain collectors plate measures 6 inches across. It is in great condition with no chips or cracks. There is a gold rim on the outer edge. This has been specially designed for Reader's Digest by Susan Beresford.
Antique milk pitcher by W.H.Grindley...Made in England fine china.....The pattern is Troy....The Olympic...also has bottom stamped # 15...It has no chips, just minor crazing, mold flaws, loss of some gold trim to the rim and handle areas. Stands 7-1/2 inches, base of 4 inches, 6 inches from the spout to the handle. For decoration, has two banded areas of green, with gold highlights, rather like a Greek Key pattern of gold decoration on the green areas. Wonderful shape to the lower body!
Marked on back simply with the letter P impressed, measures 10 inches across, and hand painted with flowers and a large butterfly. Crazing throughout, appropriate for age. Very unusual Ironstone piece!
6 1/2 inch Tall with 3 1/2 inch Opening ** On Three Tapered Open Work Legs ** Beautiful Turquoise Shading to Pale Grey with a Yellow Flower with Green Leaves ** Weller Incised on Bottom with an A ** Excellent Condition Another quality collectible from Doris Stephan's Antiques & Collectibles
This GOLDEN ROSE Royal Chelsea, English Bone China Cake Plate is absolutly fabulous. It measures 9 inches by 9 3/4 inches and is in great condition with no chips or cracks. it has a beautiful rose pattern and has a wide gold gilt edge. GOLDEN ROSE by ROYAL CHELSEA [RCHGOR] Pattern #: 3983A WIDE BRUSHED GOLD TRIM, PINK/YELLOW ROSE Handled Cake Plate in the Golden Rose pattern by Royal Chelsea
This is a wonderful white antique serving platter by Hanley of England. It is in wonderful condition for its age and I have shown the marking on the back. There is another mark indented into the china. It is 16 1/2 inches wide and 12 inches long. The platter is white. The mark 7G was in pen, and is NOT part of the plate markings, I only included this picture as it is clearer.
Vintage Pratt & Simpson 1878 eagle tureen, no lid. Marked with a fabulous brown transferware beehive mark and an impressed registry mark, which is partially illegible but has a letter D in the right side point for 1878. White glossy glaze with a bluish tint. Handles are molded with double eagle heads and wings. Probably made for the American market. 10 in. long. Condition-has crazing and some heavy usage staining, top edge has 1 small stress crack(see detail photo), opposite handle has an old damage glaze chip on the eagle head. No other major problems. A lovely decorative piece despite condition! Shipping 3lb.zoned US priority mail including delivery confirmation plus optional insurance.
Wonderful vintage English Ironstone white salt-glaze butterpat. Unmarked, c.early to mid-1800's. Has the orange peel look typical of salt-glaze. 3 in. diameter. No chips, cracks or crazing, just a few light usage stains and light wear of raised areas. A lovely addition to any Ironstone or butterpat collection! Shipping includes delivery confirmation, plus optional insurance.
2 antique soup bowls/plates that I purchsed in England. The colors are lovely with bluey greens pinks and brown. One of the brown rims on the soup plates is rubbed off some. There are no chips in them, and they look wonderful on a dresser. They are 10 3/4 inches around and 2 1/4 inches tall, There is the mark 'Grosvenor' in flow blue on the backs of the plates and impressed into the china 'improved stone china'