Flow Blue Lancaster Pattern Plate,new Wharf Pottery C1890
Antique flow-blue luncheon plate by New Wharf Pottery Lancaster. Round scalloped shape. Floral pattern around rim Lancaster New Wharf Pottery England . Printed mark 1890-1894 . Hallmark found on page 94 from Kovels' New Dictionary of Marks by Ralph wide. Tiny underside edge chip as shown. No crazing from age, on close inspection it does show utensil scuffs in usage on front. As you can see on one edge there is an edge nick/chip. From that on the back side only has colored the china from the chip. Great deep blue design. The name describes the blurred or flowing effect of the cobalt decoration, achieved through the introduction of a chemical vapor into the kiln. The body of the ware is ironstone. Selling this item as-is . Great to add to your Flow Blue Collection. Thanks for visiting Dogwood Trail Antiques. **WE GLADLY SELL WORLDWIDE!!** LAY A WAY OPTION AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST.
Royal Carlton Aramis #8070 Toby Mug. This is a hard to find piece, it has excellent detail to it, measures about 5 inches tall at the tallest point by about 5 1/2 inches long and about 4 inches across. It is marked on the bottom with Copyright A. Tamchin, Royal Carlton, Double Arrows Logo, then Aramis 8070. It is in lovely condition, no chips, does have a couple of very tiny fleabits along the bottom edge which are not really noticeable, would be easy to touch up if desired. It would be a terrific addition to your collection!
Pair of Book Ends, Enesco, Harry Potter. These book ends measure 3 x 5 x 5 1/2 . Harry is pictured sitting on the bottom part of his long black coat, with his glasses on, reading a book. The word Quidditch , which is the book he is reading, is embossed on one side of the base and the other three sides have impressed cream-colored squares. The effect is very pretty. These two bok ends are in excellent condition with the Enesco Harry Pottery mark on the bottom.