Battle Of Trafalgar Teapot Lord Nelson Octagonal Uk
This is a ceramic teapot commemorating the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805, with the famous victory by Lord Nelson in his ship the Victory. The octagonal paneled teapot measures 6.5 inches high by 8 inches long by 5 inches in diameter and features Lord Nelson, Vice Admiral Collingwood, Captain Hardy, Captain Bervy, Captain Cooke and Captain Blackwood on the panels with scenes of the famous naval battle on the lid. The teapot was made from design acquired from Sadler when they went through reorganization and moved production to India in 2000. This teapot was made by Windsor, England IN England.
This elegant bone china cup is the Floral Emblem of Saskatchewan Canada. It was made by Royal Windsor and has a Ks on the bottom trademark. The flower is a Prairie Lily. The cup is 4 1/4 inches tall x 3 1/4 inches without the handle.
Royal Windsor Bone China Childs Duck Mug. This piece was made by Royal Windsor of England, estimated age is 1960's to 1970's. It has a mama duck with two babies on both the front and the back. it is 3 1/4 inches tall by 3 1/8 inches across the mouth, it is in very good condition, no chips, has some wear to the gold trim around the rim. Marked on the bottom with Royal Windsor, Fine Bone China, England, nice addition to your collection or a neat piece for your child to use!
Cup And Saucer Pale Pink Windsor Lilies Orange Stamens
This is a bone china cup and saucer made by Windsor China, England during the 1950s with white exteriors, pale pink interiors and grey transfer design of lilies that have been hand colored yellow with applied orange enamel stamens and gold trim. The cup is 2.25 inches high, the saucer is 5.5 in diameter and the cup and saucer are in very good +++ condition with no chips or cracks, minor gold wear and 3 enamel dots missing at the base of the cup from what I assume was too vigorous stirring in the cup. A very pretty and unusual pattern.
Creamer English Bone China Roses Gold Trim Windsor
This is a very pretty English bone china cream, creamer or milk jug in a pink rose pattern with gold trim by Windsor, England made in the 1950s. The creamer measures 2.75 inches high by 4 inches long by 3 inches in diameter and is in very good +++ condition with no chips, cracks or gold wear. There is a bit of discoloring on the top of the handle under the glaze which was done during the manufacturing process. Very pretty home for your half and half on the tea table.
Royal Windsor English fine bone china demitasse tea cup and saucer featuring dainty, blue and pink Forget-Me-Nots. Shapely, fluted tea cup displaying the lovely design on both sides of its exterior. The saucer features three sets of the flowers. It has a lovely, fluted border and scalloped rim. Gold trim enhances the set's beauty. Made in England; Palissy Potteries. Circa: 1946-1980's. Tea cup: 2 1/4 inches tall; 2 5/8 inches wide. Saucer: 4 3/4 inches. Condition: Excellent.