Another piece from our recent acquisition of 19th century English ceramic jugs. An exquisite milk pitcher or large creamer was produced in the 1890s by Copeland Spode It has a glorious blue matte background with a creamy white pate-sur-pate or jasperware design. The scene around the body is a very finely detailed stag hunt with hunters, horses, dogs, and a downed deer. The top and bottom are encircled by a beautiful repeating relief design. The interior, bottom and handle have a gloss glaze. The backstamp is as in photo 5. Condition is very good with no crazing or cracks, there is however one minor chip to the base rim, which is unseen. Size: 114 tall and 139 mm from handle to spout. $165.
A small vintage blue and white ironstone jug and basin with a wildflowers pattern. Jug stands 190 mm tall and the basin measure 300 mm x 250 mm across. VGC $60 for the set. Please Comment Sold to purchase.
We’ve got some adorable English China teacup and saucer sets celebrating the month of March at the store. . Perfect vintage birthday gifts 🎉🎉🎉
Nantasket is a well known beach just south of Boston. The popularity of the resort reached England and the pottery companies (ridgeway, cloverly) produced dinnerware in a seaside pattern and called it Nantasket. photographed in the Marblehead home of a friend. 1860s-70s. #nantasket#englishceramics .#shells#staffordshirepottery
A trio of classic English dark green majolica plates with oak leaves and basketweave Pattern, very unusual design. Plates are in outstanding condition with only minor rubs to the rim edge which is normal and acceptable for Majolica .Plates dates from the Edwardian period. 210 mm in dia. $75 each or $200 for the 3 .