A wonderful white ironstone Relish Dish in the Trailing Ivy Shape. Made by John Maddock & Son. Ca. late 1800s. Absolute mint condition and nice color. There some impediments under the glaze(picured). Measuring 9 x 5 1/2 inches.
E. Clarke Staffordshire White Ironstone Toddy Bowl
This lidded white ironstone small punch bowl is designed for serving hot drinks. It is called a toddy bowl. Measurements are 10 inches wide across the scrolled handles by 8 inches tall. This plain shape has little embellishment. The round finial comes to a point, and the handles are classically scrolled. It is in great shape, free of chips, cracks, hairlines, stains, and restoration. We have shown it with a plain ladle which is offered separately and works beautifully with it because of its lines and its size. This bowl would be great for hot cider or other festive punch.
This teapot lid has a looped finial. It is free of flaws and measures 3 1/2 inches wide. We know it is the lid to a teapot because of the vent hole. It would be appropriate for a plain shaped teapot with an opening measuring 3 inches in diameter.
A white ironstone octagon platter in the Boote 1851 shape. Potted by T + R Boote in 1851. Measuring 16 1/4 x 12 1/2 inches. Near mint condition with no chips or hairlines. There are some tiny pin pricks(pictured) and wear on the rim from plate hangers. Nice color and crisp detail.
T. R. Boote Staffordshire White Ironstone Sauce Tureen Underplate, Atlantic Shape
Here is an underplate for a white ironstone sauce tureen. The embossed design is Atlantic Shape. It measures 9 inches long by 6 1/2 inches wide. It once held a sauce tureen of the same shape, but we do not have it. The undertray is being offered alone. It was made in the pottery of T. & R. Boote who registered the shape in 1858 and 1859. It is in excellent condition condition, free of chips, cracks, hairlines, stains, and restoration. It does have crazing but no lines that are deeper than the glaze.
This is a gorgous, large white ironstone water pitcher measuring 13 inches from base to the top of the thumb rest. It is in excellent condition, free of all chips, cracks, hairlines, stains, and restoration. The glaze shows a few lines, but nothing that penetrates. The shape is very graceful. Draped leaves decorate the pitcher under the handle and the spout. The middle part is quite slim with a beautifully curved spout. It bears the backstamp of Bridgwood and Clarke, c. 1860.
Large Staffordshire White Ironstone Vegetable Tureen, Nineteenth Century
The large vegetable or stew tureen presented measures 13 inches long by 7 inches tall. I believe it may be a stew tureen rather than a vegetable server because of its size. It is unmarked but definitely Staffordshire, nineteenth century. It has the niece bluish-white color of antique English ironstone and is very finely molded. Condition is excellent - all over fine crazing on the base. The lid is uncrazed. There are no chips, cracks, hairlines, stains, or restoration on either piece. The lid has a little rub on the edge. The lid has a crabstock handle with rosebuds and foliates beneath. The handles are nicely scrolled.
J. Wedgwood Staffordshire White Ironstone Vegetable Tureen, Scalloped Decagon, C. 1854
The antique white ironstone vegetable tureen or server presented dates to 1854. It's always amazing to me when I find these breakable items in still usable condition. It's a testimony to the sturdiness of white ironstone. It's a large one, 12 1/2 inches long by 8 inches tall. This is Scalloped Decagon Shape, a classic design that was made in the John Wedgwood pottery. It bears the back stamp and English registry mark. That mark makes it possible to date this item accurately. Condition is quite good. It's great for display, or if willing to take a chance with a server this old, you can serve with it. I do. Antique white ironstone, in my opinion, sets a gorgeous table. As might be expected, it does have some tiny issues - a little ding to the edge that created a tiny glaze chip one can see if the first picture. There are some use lines as expected but no chips or cracks.
James Edwards Staffordshire White Ironstone Vegetable Tureen, Gourd Shape, 1855
The small white ironstone Staffordshire vegetable tureen presented measures 10 inches long by 6 inches tall. It was made in the pottery of James Edwards and Son. The shape was registered in 1855. It bears the pottery's imprinted mark on the interior of the lid. Condition is excellent, no chips, cracks, hairlines, stains, or restoration. The large gourd finial is very pretty. Under it are embossed foliats and blossoms.
J. Wedgwood Staffordshire White Ironstone Vegetable Tureen, Scalloped Decagon, C. 1854
This great Staffordshire white ironstone vegetable tureen was made in the Davenport pottery. It registered it in 1854. The tureen is 11 1/2 inches long by 8 inches tall. The classic design involves ogee shapes on the sides and domed lid. The finial is oval with a stylized flower on the top, a wonderful addition. Also of interest are the highly embossed handles. It is marked with the Wedgwood imprint. Condition is very good. There is one discolored chip on the inside of the lid ledge, the part the supports the lid when in place, as pictured, its only flaw.
Staffordshire Oval White Ironstone Lid, 6 1/4 By 4 3/4, Wheat And Hops Shape
This is an oval Staffordshire white ironstone lid measuring 6 1/4 long by 3 3/4 inches wide. One would think it to be a sauce tureen lid; however, it does not have a cut-out, so it may be a lid to a soap dish or a small serving vessel. It would fit into an opening measuring 5 1/4 by 3 3/4 inches. Condition is excellent - no flaws. This is Wheat and Hops Shape. It is not marked, so I cannot tell you the potter since several made this shape: Meakin, Furnival, Taylor, Cochran, Pearson, Oulsam, and Clementson. It dates to the decade this shape was produced, the 1860s.
This six-sided lid is a rare shape because of its six sides. Usually, shapes of its vintage, the 1840 - 60 decades, were round, oval, or octagonal. This, however, is hexagonal. Note its beautifully molded flower finial, a work of art in itself. It measures 3 3/4 inches wide. It would fit a sugar bowl opening that is hexagonal and measures 3 1/8 inches from one side to the opposing side. Condition is excellent- no flaws. I do not know the exact name of this shape. It has a finial that is very similar to the Scalloped Decagon shape.
Staffordshire White Ironstone Toy Sauce Tureen Lid
This little sauce tureen lid was made for the toy or child's sauce tureen. It has pretty foliates under ids oblong finial. Condition is excellent - no flaws. It measures 3 1/4 inches long. The interior flange would fit into an opening that is 2 1/2 by 1 3/4 inches.
Pearson Staffordshire White Ironstone Teapot Lid, Leaf Fan
The white ironstone lid presented is Leaf Fan Shape. This shape was also known as Squash Shape. It was made in the E. Pearson pottery and dates to the 1860s. Condition is excellent - no chips, cracks, hairlines, stains, or restoration. The lid measures 3 1/2 inches wide. It would fit into a teapot opening that is 2 3/4 inches wide.
Elsmore & Forster Staffordshire White Ironstone Underplate, Tulip Shape
This Staffordshire white ironstone sauce tureen underplate is Tulip Shape. It measures 9 inches long by 7 inches wide. The pedestal in the middle has a ridge for holding the sauce tureen's base in place. It would hold a base that is 4 3/4 by 3 1/2 inches. The center is raised to form a pedestal for the sauce tureen. Condition is excellent. It is nicely crazed and free of flaws.
James Edwards Staffordshire White Ironstone Vegetable Tureen, St. Louis Shape, C. 1853
The vegetable server or tureen presented was made in the pottery of James Edwards. The pottery registered the shape, St. Louis, in 1853. The design consists of looping ovals and heart of peanut shapes. It has a squash finial with foliates beneath and scroll handles, also with foliates beneath. The tureen is 12 inches long by 6 inches tall. Condition is good to excellent. The only flaws are two little dings to the scrolled handles. A picture has been included.
E. Challinor Staffordshire White Ironstone Sauce Tureen Pedestal Underplate, Grape Octagon Shape
We present here a sauce tureen pedestal or underplate measuring 8 1/2 inches wide. It was made in the pottery of E. Challinor and dates to 1845. This underplate is Grape Octagon Shape. It is the perfect match if you have the Challinor Grape Octagon sauce tureen. Note the crabstock handles, raised center, and sharply embossed grape clusters on the surround. It is marked with the pottery's backstamp. Condition is excellent - no chips, cracks, hairlines, stains, or restoration.
J. Alcock White Ironstone Sauce Tureen Underplate Pedestal, Gothic Shape
The sauce tureen pedestal presented measures 8 1/2 inches across the raised handles. This sauce tureen underplate has an inner ridge to hold an octagonal base measuring 4 inches wide from corner to corner across two opposing angles of the base in place. It bears the imprinted mark of the John Alcock pottery who produced the Gothic Cameo Shape and dates to the 1840's and 1850's. Condition is excellent - no chips, cracks, hairlines, stains, or restorations with the exception of a little flake on the foot ring, visible only if the plate is upended. It is shown in close-up.
Classic Bordered And Paneled White Ironstone Plate, Copper Lustre , Berry Cluster
The plate presented has the Berlin Gothic shape and is 8 1/2 inches wide. On the surround are embossed berry clusters with copper luster embellishment. This is an early one, dating to the 1840's, the decade in which the Berlin Gothic shape was registered. Condition is excellent - no chips, cracks, hairlines, stains, or restorations. We have two of these, so contact us if you want both.
Edwards White Ironstone White Ironstone Vegetable Tureen, Bellflower Shape, C. 1860
This beautiful floral vegetable server was made in the pottery of John Edwards and dates to the 1860s. The shape involves bellflower handles and a large bellflower finial. Floral sprays decorate the side of the tureen and the lid. Note the sharp embossing under the handles. It measures 10 1/2 inches long by 5 1/2 inches tall. Condition is excellent - no chips, cracks, hairlines, stains, or restoration.
Pankhurst Ribbed Bud Shape White Ironstone Vegetable Tureen, C. 1855
This impressive tureen was made in the pottery of J. W Pankhurst. The shape, Ribbed Bud, was registered in 1855. Bulging ribs decorate all aspects of this tureen, both on the pedestalled base and the domed lid. The finial is a large bud with foliate embossing below - spectacular!! It is the foliate embossing that distinguishes this shape from the Full Ribbed Shape by the same potter. It measures 11 inches long by 8 inches tall. Condition is quite good, just shy of excellent. The underside of the base has a line across it that is just barely visible in one of the creases for 1/8 outside. I can't get it to show with flash, so I will add a picture without flash. It bears the pottery's backstamp.
J. Wedgwood White Ironstone Vegetable Tureen, Fig Shape #5
We are pleased to offer this Staffordshire Fig Shape tureen. This one was made in the pottery of John Wedge Wood, often misrepresented as Wedgwood, and dates to 1856. Fig is a beautiful shape. In addition to the great fig fruit and foliates that appear on all Fig Shape items, it has the fabulous domed lid and oversized fruit finial that sets this shape apart. It measures 12 inches wide by 7 inches tall. Condition is excellent. There are no chips or cracks.
Antique White Ironstone Invalid Feeder as used during the US Civil War to feed wounded soliders. Hand written impressed number on the bottom. Mint condition, smooth and shiny. Has a finial on the handle. Easy ship.
Here is a large white ironstone tureen, 13 inches long by 8 inches tall. I think this is Paris Shape, a design with a prominent gourd or melon finial, panels with everted ribs, and foliates under the finial and scrolled handles. It is larger than a vegetable tureen; it probably was intended for stew. Usually, this shape has the Alcock mark; however, this one bears the Bridgwood and Clarke, Burslem, mark and dates to the late 1850's. Condition is excellent, no chips, cracks, hairlines, stains, or restorations.
White Ironstone Sauce Ladle, Blue Band With Gold Embellishments
Here is a sauce ladle in white ironstone. Inside the bowl, which measures 2 7/8 inches wide, is a band of dark blue. The rim also has banding in gold. The handle is 5 inches long with fan-like embossing at the end and gold embellishments which show some wear. It is free of chips and cracks.
J. Wedg Wood White Ironstone Vegetable Tureen, Fig Shape #1
Here is a gorgeous white ironstone vegetable tureen in Fig Shape, one of our favorites for its heft and its distinctive design of crabstock banding, fruit embossing, and great oversized fig finial. It measures 12 inches long by 7 inches tall and is in excellent condition. The only tiny ding to mention is on the underside of the base, the part that is rests on the table.
This cute pitcher could be used as a creamer. It measures 4-1/4 inches tall. It is a souvenir from the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville, Tennessee. In excellent condition. ADD $4.50 SHIPPING TO ANYWHERE IN THE USA. Shipping discount available on multiple purchases.
Black And Gold Condiment Dishes - Set Of 4 - G. Briard
This is a gorgeous set of (4) high gloss black with fired on gold square condiment dishes. They are signed. They measure 1-1/4 inches tall and 4-1/4 inches wide. They are in excellent condition except for slight rubs on a few corners...nothing serious. They are heavy ceramic or clay. The black and gold reminds me of a leopord pattern and might go well with an animal print decor. They have an exotic look about them. A Great Gift Idea. One money takes all. ADD $7.00 SHIPPING TO ANYWHERE IN THE USA. Shipping discount available on multiple purchases when they can be combined.
This vintage pottery bud vase has a very unusual mottled glaze treatment. I have not seen this treatment on anything else. It measures 6-1/2 inches tall with a ball base and a fluted or tapered top. In excellent condition and it is unmarked. ADD $5.50 SHIPPING TO ANYWHERE IN THE USA. Shipping discount available on multiple purchases.
Here is a very attractive high gloss black ceramic coffee mug which is six-sided. It is NEW/OLD STOCK and in excellent condition. A nice size for that early morning cup of JOE or to use at the office. A Great Gift Idea! There are (3) available. Price is for (1) mug. Measures 3-3/4 inches tall. ADD $5.50 SHIPPING TO ANYWHERE IN THE USA. Shipping discount available on multiple purchases.
Here is a nice vintage pottery bud vase with a sea foam rim on a black base. It is unmarked Van Briggle and in excellent condition. Measures 6-7/8 inches tall. ADD $4.00 SHIPPING TO ANYWHERE IN THE USA. Shipping discount available on multiple purchases.
Here is a fine example of porcelain wares from Cechosolavakia. It is a very nice shaving mug with gold band decoration. In excellent condition and ready to take its place in a collection. ADD $6.50 shipping within the usa. Shipping discount on multiple purchases.
Huge White Ironstone Flat Rimmed Soup Plate, Berlin Gothic
Here is an impressive white ironstone soup plate or bowl. It measures 10 3/4 inches wide by 1 3/4 inches tall. The classic ribbed design involves everted ribs and 12 sides. One usually finds this shape, Berlin Gothic, with the T. J. & J. Mayer mark. This one, however, was made in the J. Wedgwood pottery. It dates to the 1840's. Condition is excellent - no chips, cracks, hairlines, stains, or restorations.
Coffee Mugs - Los Angeles 1984 Olympic Eagle - Set Of 4
This is a set of (4) porcelain pedestal mugs from the 1984 Los Angeles Olympic Games. They are new old stock and have never been used. They are marked Manufactured under license - Los Angeles Olympic Committee - PAPEL 1980 L.A.O.O.C. They are 5-1/4 inches tall. ADD $8.50 SHIPPING TO ANYWHERE IN THE USA. Shipping discount available on multiple purchases.
Wooliscrost White Ironstone Large Soup Plate, Baltic Shape
Here is a large white ironstone ten-sided flat rimmed soup plate. It measures just shy of 10 inches wide by 1 3/4 inches tall. The ogee shaped design is entitled Baltic Shape. It was made in the G. Wooliscroft pottery. The shape was registered in 1855. Condition is excellent. There are no chips, cracks, hairlines, stains, or restorations. One little in-the-making pit exists in the bowl. It was glazed over in the firing process.
Here is a nice set of (4) handpainted ceramic coffee mugs. They have a floral pattern in blue, green and brown. They are unmarked and in excellent condition. Great for your morning coffee or maybe to use as a gift item. They are 3 inches tall and 3 inches wide. Set of (4) for one money. ADD $8.50 SHIPPING TO ANYWHERE IN THE USA. Shipping discount available on multiple purchases.
Challinor White Ironstone Sauce Tureen, Vintage Shape
Here is a white ironstone sauce tureen in a grape pattern measuring 9 inches long by 5 inches tall. The shape is Vintage. It was made in the E. & C. Challinor pottery and dates to 1865. Condition is excellent. The shape involves bulging medallions, vines and clusters of grapes and a twining band on the base.
This is a handpainted souvenir soap dish by Royal Porzellan Bavaria KPM Germany - Western Germany. It depicts the city of Nurnberg. The hand painting is very nicely done. No chips, cracks or flea bites. ADD $4.50 SHIPPING IN THE USA. Shipping discount on multiple purchases.
Pharrohs Gold dinner plate by Ironstone. It measures 10 ½ inches in diameter. It is marked on the back Ironstone, oven proof, Made In USA, Shades Of Grandent, Pharrohs Gold. There are no cracks and no chips, it is in excellent condition. 05PDP016.
Pharrohs Gold dinner plate by Ironstone. It measures 10 ½ inches in diameter. It is marked on the back Ironstone, oven proof, Made In USA, Shades Of Grandent, Pharrohs Gold. There are no cracks and no chips, it is in excellent condition. 05PDP015.
C. 1840 Large White Ironstone Plate, 10 3/4 Inches, Lustre Band
This large white ironstone plate measures 10 3/4 inches in diameter. It is Gothic Shape, not marked with its pottery's backstamp. The luster band is discolored with a tinge of blue which show around the band at two points on the surround. It is free of chips and cracks.
C. 1840 Lg. Lustre Band White Ironstone Plate, Gothic Shape
Here is an unmarked white ironstone plate, 10 inches wide. The ironstone body is 12-sided with everted ribs on the surround. This shape is called Gothic. The following potters made this shape: W. Adams & Sons, E. Challinor & Co., John Alcock, T. Goodfellow, J. Heath, John May, and E. Walley. Any one of these could be the potter. It is in fine condition, free of chips, cracks, and restorations. The luster band is particularly bright and free of discoloration.
C. 1840 Livesley & Powell White Ironstone Plate, Lustre Band
This 8 1/2 inch white ironstone plate was made in the pottery of Livesley & Powell. It dates to the 1840's. The ironstone body shape is Grape Octagon. The plate is 10-sided with a total of 20 panels on the surround. Ribs separating the panels are everted. Note the lavish band of copper luster. The copper color is tinged with green and shows some pitting in one spot. See the picture of this damage. The plate has no chips, cracks or resotrations. It bears the imprinted mark of the pottery.
C. 1840 Livesley & Powell White Ironstone Plate, Lustre Band 1
This 8 1/2 inch white ironstone plate was made in the pottery of Livesley & Powell. It dates to the 1840's. The ironstone body shape is Grape Octagon. The plate is 10-sided with a total of 20 panels on the surround. Ribs separating the panels are everted. Note the lavish band of copper luster. The copper color is vibrant and bright, free of discoloration. The plate has no chips, cracks or restorations. There are a few tiny pin-point pits that date to its original potting. It bears the imprinted mark of the pottery.
White Ironstone Toddy Plate, Pearson's Ceres Shape
Offered is a toddy plate, 4 1/2 inches wide. The name of the shape needs a bit of explaining. It was made in the Pearson pottery and bears its imprinted backstamp giving the pottery and shape name, Ceres. The pattern, however, is given a different name by the experts who group shapes by their design. It is called Wheat and Hops in the Wetherbee reference. Condition is excellent - no flaws.
Grace your table with four matching early white ironstone plates with a generous luster band. They are ten-sided,heavy, paneled plates that date to the 1840 - 1850 period. The potter is Livesley, Powell and Co., early Staffordshire potters known for their quality white ironstone. Each bears their impressed backstamp. They measure 8 1/2 in diameter and are in excellent condition with some crazing but no chips, cracks, hairlines, stains, or repairs. There is a bit of greening to two of the bands, typical of the ageing process on these early plates and not considered damage.
We offer a nesting set of two white ironstone platters made in the pottery of Livesley, Powell & Co. They date to the 1850s. Both bear the pottery's imprinted stamp. The larger platter measues 15 1/2 inches by 12 inches. The smaller is 11 1/2 inches by 9 inches. We are happy to be able to offer them together. Both are in fine condition with no chips, cracks, hairlines, stains, or repairs. The larger platter has an intentation on the top rim, done while it was held in place in the kiln.