London

Products

  •  per page
  • Price: $29.50
    1924 British Empire Exhibition Miniture Puzzle Jug.
    A very unusual puzzle jug for the 1924 British Empire Exhibition at Wembley, London. The puzzle is - how do you get the water out of the jug without spilling it? The design is hand finished in enamel. The British Empire contained 58 countries in 1924, and only Gambia and Gibraltar did not take part. It cost £12 million and was the largest exhibition ever staged anywhere in the world - it attracted 27 million visitors. In very good condition no chips cracks or restoration.
  • Price: $28.50
    1924 British Empire Exhibition Wembley, Lucky White Heather
    An interesting lidded pot from the 1924 British Empire Exhibition held at Wembley,London. 56 countries of the British Empire took part. It was the largest exhibition ever staged anywhere in the world and attracted 27 million visitors. Excellent condition.
  • Price: $37.50
    1924 British Empire Exhibition At Wembley Pin/brooch Sterling
    1924 WEMBLEY BRITISH EMPIRE EXHIBITION SILVER/GILT LION ON A LEAF SOUVENIR PIN/BROOCH. Reverse impressed A.J.C Sterling. In very good condition.
  • Price: $37.50
    1924 British Empire Exhibition, Wembley Bowl.
    A good 4.75 diameter bone china bowl for the 1924 British Empire Exhibition. Base marked 'Estd. 1774 Cauldon China England'. Rim gilding almost gone otherwise in excellent condition.
  • Price: $37.50
    1951 Festval Of Britain, London. Corkscrew.
    A brass handle Festival of Britain corkscrew with compass logo. In very good condition.
  • Price: $37.50
    1924 British Empire Exhibition Wembley. Pig's Foot & Fist.
    A very unusual item from the 1924 British Empire Exhibition at Wembley, London. A fist holding a pig's foot or trotter. The design is hand enameled and there appears to be an extra small blue spot of enamel under the banner. Very good condition no chips cracks or restoration.
  • Price: $19.50
    1951 Festival Of Britain Shot Glass.
    1951 FESTIVAL OF BRITAIN shot glass tinted brown. The image of Britannia's head set above the four points of the compass became the symbol for the 1951 Festival of Britain . At that time, shortly after the end of World War II, much of London was still in ruins and redevelopment was badly needed. The Festival was an attempt to give Britain a feeling of recovery and progress and to promote better quality design in the rebuilding of British towns and cities following the war.
  • Price: $25.00
    1924/5 British Empire Exhibition Jug.
    1925 3 Bone china jug for the second year of the British Empire Exhibition at Wembley, London. In very good condition.
  • Price: $22.00
    Crystal Palace Mug.
    late 19th century cup made in germany for the British market. In good condition with some age wear to the gilding. The Great Exhibition of 1851 was housed in The Crystal Palace which was a cast-iron and glass building originally erected in Hyde Park, London. There were over than 14,000 exhibitors from around the world in the Palace's 990,000 square feet. Designed by Joseph Paxton, the Great Exhibition building was 1,851 feet (564 m) long, with an interior height of 128 feet (39 m). In 1854 after the exhibition, the building was moved to an area of Sydenham in South London, (Later called Crystal Palace) where it stood until 1936 when it was destroyed by fire.
  • Price: $75.00
    1873 International Exhibition Of Fine Arts Etc Prize Medal.
    1873. International Exhibition of Fine Arts, Industries and Inventions, London. 70mm Prize medal with a bust of Albert Edward, Prince of Wales (Later King Edward VII) reverse shows exterior of the Albert Hall. Awarded to and edge inscribed G. A. Gibb catalogue no. 4105. Shows some minor signs of wear see pictures. Produced by the Royal Mint, London. Artist: G Morgan. (George Morgan before he emigrated to the USA in 1876 to work at the Philadelphia mint and designed the 'Morgan Dollar').
  • Price: $37.50
    1909 Flip Flap Imperial International Exhibition London.
    A unusual 3 1/2 inch vase showing the Flip Flap exhibit at the 1909 London Imperial International Exhibition. Made in Germany for the British market. In good condition with a little wear mostly wear to the rim gilding
  • Price: $25.00
    1951 Festival Of Britain Crown Coin With Box.
    1951 Festival of Britain Crown Coin. On the obverse a portrait of King George VI, and on the reverse is Pistrucci's St. George & the dragon. This was struck by the Royal Mint in 1951 to celebrate the Festival of Britain. The coin has never been circulated. The coin comes with original box, which is a little worn due to age, but is intact. The coin also comes with a leaflet explaining the coin and its origins.The coin's outer rim edge is stamped MDCCCLI CIVIUM INDUSTRIA FLORET CIVITAS MCMLI. (1851 By the industry of its people the State flourishes 1951).
  • Price: $45.00
    1904 Wolverhampton Art And Industrial Exhibition.
    Rare 1904 Photographic Souvenir of Wolverhampton Art and Industrial Exhibition. 22 copies of photographs of the exhibition and Wolverhmpton. The spine is well worn and the pages are loose. The cover boards are worn along the edges. Internally the first page has a little staining. The excelent pictures are all in good condition with only minor edge wear.
  • Price: $35.00
    The Crystal Palace, Nelson's Pictorial Guide Book.
    A c.1867 guide book for the Crystal Palace. Originally built for the 1851 Great Exhibition (Crystal Palace Exhibition). 32 Pages of descriptions plus 10 full page illustrations. The pages are loose and have separated from the cover. The illustrations are in good condition and are printed on card stock.
  • Price: $25.00
    1924 British Empire Exhibition. Mini Cheese Dish.
    Miniature one piece cheese dish from the 1924 British Empire Exhibition at Wembley, London. Made by Swan China, England. In very good condition.
  • Price: $25.00
    1924 British Empire Exhibition At Wembley London Saucer.
    An Aynsley saucer marked 'Souvenir - Wembley Exhibition London 1924'. Excelent condition.
  • Price: $175.00
    1908 The Franco-british Exhibition Illustrated Review
    1908 THE FRANCO-BRITISH EXHIBITION ILLUSTRATED REVIEW Author [editor]. F G Dumas, Publisher Chatto and Windus. 308 pages plus 19 pages of ads. to front and rear. Very well illustrated throughout. The Franco-British exhibition was opened in London on 11 May 1908 by Prince George, Prince of Wales, although it was another month before many of the pavilions were completed for public attendance. (1) The Exhibition opened to the public on 11 June and King Edward VII and the French President . The aim of the Exhibition was To strengthen the cordial understanding between the French and British peoples . By day it is a vision of dazzling whiteness, with its tiled court and plashing cool waters, its pointed arcades and lattice windows. At night it is equally effective with its thousands of lights and the rainbow colours of the cascade . Robert W. Carden, Architectural Review July, 1908. Condition - Front and rear plain end pages have foxing. All other pages are in very good clean condition. Some wear to the corners. On the whole in good condition.
  • Price: $22.00
    1936 Crystal Palace Burning Newspaper.
    December 1st 1936 The Daily Sketch newspaper with 6 pages of pictures and discriptions of the burning of the Crystal Palace. With other news of the day and interesting advertising. Some discoloring but on the whole in good condition. The Great Exhibition of 1851 was housed in The Crystal Palace which was a cast-iron and glass building originally erected in Hyde Park, London. There were over than 14,000 exhibitors from around the world in the Palace's 990,000 square feet. Designed by Joseph Paxton, the Great Exhibition building was 1,851 feet (564 m) long, with an interior height of 128 feet (39 m). In 1854 after the exhibition, the building was moved to an area of Sydenham in South London, (Later called Crystal Palace) where it stood until 1936.
  • Price: $25.00
    1951 Festival Of Britain Brass Door Knocker.
    1951 Festival of Britain Souvenir brass door knocker in the form of the Festival symbol. Designed by Abram Games, the image of Britannia's head set above the four points of the compass became the lasting symbol of the Festival. The Festival was an attempt to give Britains a feeling of recovery and progress and to promote better-quality design in the rebuilding of British towns following the war.
  • Price: $48.50
    Crystal Palace Teapot.
    A good small Crystal Palace teapot. Crystal Palace was originally built to house the Great Exhibition of 1851. It was moved to a new location outside London in 1854 and burnt down in 1936. This charming little teapot was probably made about the turn of the century. In good condition with a small chip under the lid.
  • Price: $45.00
    Crystal Palace Cup.
    A late 19th century china cup showing the front view of the Crystal Palace. In good condition with a tiny 3mm crack in the rim which appears to be from the time of manufacture and wear to the rim gilding. The Great Exhibition of 1851 was housed in The Crystal Palace which was a cast-iron and glass building originally erected in Hyde Park, London. There were over than 14,000 exhibitors from around the world in the Palace's 990,000 square feet. Designed by Joseph Paxton, the Great Exhibition building was 1,851 feet (564 m) long, with an interior height of 128 feet (39 m). In 1854 after the exhibition, the building was moved to an area of Sydenham in South London, (Later called Crystal Palace) where it stood until 1936 when it was destroyed by fire.
  • Price: $45.00
    Crystal Palace - London View Plate.
    A late 19th century London china view plate with 2 views of the Crystal Palace. In good condition with some age wear to the rim gilding. The Great Exhibition of 1851 was housed in The Crystal Palace which was a cast-iron and glass building originally erected in Hyde Park, London. There were over than 14,000 exhibitors from around the world in the Palace's 990,000 square feet. Designed by Joseph Paxton, the Great Exhibition building was 1,851 feet (564 m) long, with an interior height of 128 feet (39 m). In 1854 after the exhibition, the building was moved to an area of Sydenham in South London, (Later called Crystal Palace) where it stood until 1936 when it was destroyed by fire.
  • Price: $38.50
    The Crystal Palace.
    A late 19th century china plate made in Germany showing the front view of the Crystal Palace. In good condition with a tiny barely visible chip on the rear inner rim and some age wear to the rim gilding. The Great Exhibition of 1851 was housed in The Crystal Palace which was a cast-iron and glass building originally erected in Hyde Park, London. There were over than 14,000 exhibitors from around the world in the Palace's 990,000 square feet. Designed by Joseph Paxton, the Great Exhibition building was 1,851 feet (564 m) long, with an interior height of 128 feet (39 m). In 1854 after the exhibition, the building was moved to an area of Sydenham in South London, (Later called Crystal Palace) where it stood until 1936 when it was destroyed by fire. .
  • Price: $25.00
    1908 London - Franco British Exhibition.
    A bone china dish by Grafton China in very good condition with light wear to the gilded rim.
  • Price: $22.00
    1912 London. Latin-british Exhibition Plate
    The Court of Honour. 2 Tiny fleabites in the rim and on the back.
  • Price: $27.50
    1908 Franco British Exhibition.
    A small cup and saucer by Grafton China for the 1908 France British Exhibition in London. Excellent condition.
  •  per page

Shop by Store Name

Click on a letter to view store names that begin with that letter.
More Shopping
Resources
  • News-Antique.com Today's news about the antiques & collectibles trade.
  • The TIAS.com Showcase Antiques & collectibles that were added to TIAS.com today.