Colclough Genuine Bone China demitasse tea cup and saucer having a pretty, pink background and colorful scattered flowers. The cup's handle and interior are white, and the interior is decorated with a gold filigree border. The saucer has a white center. Both pieces have gold trim. Made in England. Circa: 1939-1954. Cup: 2 1/4 inches tall; 2 3/8 inches wide. Saucer: 4 3/4 inches diameter. Condition: Some fading to the gold trim on the saucer.
These lovely Staffordshire plates were decorated in the oriental garden style in Hanley, England ca. 1912, by the Ridgways. The transfer print is very ornate with lattice work and stylized flowers including cherry blossoms, chrysanthemums, peonies, lotus blossoms, all suggesting an oriental garden. The rims are trimmed in a Chinese red. Light crazing.
Ridgways Renaissance six-piece place setting. Set includes one cup and saucer, one bowl, one bread plate, one salad plate, and one lunch plate. This set features a center design of a large urn with flowers, scrolls and leaves, encompassed by a multi-colored band and a wide, beautifully embossed border. Made in England. Plates bear the printed urn and anchor mark. Cup is stamped Great Britain. Circa: Late 19th Century. Cup: 2 1/4 inches tall; 3 7/8 inches wide. Saucer: 5 5/8 inches. Bowl: 1 inch tall; 5 3/8 inches wide. Bread Plate: 6 inches. Salad Plate: 7 inches. Lunch Plate: 9 inches. Condition: Very good. Pieces have glaze crazing, and the cup has a repaired handle.
Ridgway's Potteries Royal Vale bone china tea cup and saucer displaying pink wild roses on a white background. Cup and saucer have scalloped rims, and are enhanced with gold trim. Pattern number 8170. Made in England. Circa: 1962+. Cup: 2 3/4 inches tall; 3 3/8 inches wide. Saucer: 5 1/2 inches. Condition: Very good; Saucer with a few light scratches.
Royal Vale English bone china tea cup and saucer displaying pretty, yellow flowers with wide, fuzzy brown centers. Gold trim enhances the set's beauty. Pattern number 8610. Made in England. Ridgway Potteries. Circa: 1960's. Cup: 2 3/4 inches tall; 3 1/2 inches wide. Saucer: 5 1/2 inches. Condition: Very good; saucer with minor, light scratches.
Meadowsweet Blue Transferware Cup And Saucer Ridgway
This is a blue transfer or transferware cup and saucer in the Meadowsweet pattern by Ridgway, England made in the 1940s. The cup is 3 high, the saucer is 5.5 in diameter and the scenic or landscape design is very pretty. The cup has a rural landscape of a farm scene with meadows and people. The cup and saucer are in very good +++ condition with chips or cracks. Lovely!
Shakespeares Country Blue Transferware Cup And Saucer
This is a blue transfer or transferware cup and saucer in the Shakespeares Country pattern by Ridgway, England made in the 1940s. The cup is 3 high, the saucer is 5.5 in diameter and the scenic or landscape design is very pretty. The cup has a picture of Shakespeare's Birthplace in Stratford-on-Avon and the saucer depicts Trinity Church in Stratford where Shakespeare is buried. The cup and saucer are in very good +++ condition with chips or cracks. Lovely!
Ridgway's Royal Semi Porcelain Gravy-boat (C.1905)
This gorgeous gravy-boat decorated with scalloped gilded border and ear-shaped handle.The charm of this sauce-boat lies in the subtle balance between transfer printed pattern and embossed ornament.Measures across the top 9 inches and 4 inches height. in very good used condition
Ridgway Potteries Royal Vale Blue Cornflower tea cup and saucer. Bone china set having pretty, blue flowers and gold trim. Pattern number 7513. Made in England. Circa: 1960's. Cup: 2 3/4 inches tall; 3 3/8 inches wide. Saucer: 5 1/2 inches. Condition: Excellent.
Royal Vale bone china tea cup and saucer displaying a trio of vibrant colored roses and buds in deep red, pink and yellow with pink blush, set against deep green leaves. Set is enhanced with gold trim. Pattern number 8281; produced between 1964-1979. Made in England. A product of Ridgway Potteries. Cup: 3 inches tall; 3 1/2 inches wide. Saucer: 5 5/8 inches. Condition: Cup is in very good condition. Saucer has a chip on underside at the edge of rim, (see photo 6) along with a 1 3/8 inch thin crack. Crack does go through to the other side, but it is very light and thin. Set has been priced accordingly.
Ridgways Brown Transferware Grecian Cabinet Plate Antique
True Antique Ridgways Plate in remarkable condition, stunning, with shiny finish, no discoloration, minor crazing, has been well cared for. Tiny nick in the 11 o'clock position as shown in the photo. Check out the mark on the back. We found this mark, date and description in a Kovels Book. The plate also has an impressed mark and a blue letter underglaze. History RIDGWAY WARE: Job Ridgway, the founder, one of Wedgwood's apprentices, started in business in 1794 at Shelton, Staffordshire, and in 1802 built the works known as Cauldon Place. Later, the businesses of several others of the Staffordshire potters were combined with this factory. Ridgway made a good grade of earthenware similar in many respects to ironstone china, and also made porcelain of excellent quality.