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Antique Ceramics - 205 result(s)

There has been a long history of ceramic production in Britain, but it was the late C18th and C19th which saw a great change. Improved transport infrastructure gave the potters access to a much wider market and advances in production techniques enables a larger output. World famous names began to appear.
Stoke-on-Trent was and is the main centre for manufacture and famous factories like Wedgwood, Spode, Copeland, Minton and Doulton expanded and became household names. (Graham Mitchell - Antiques Dealer at Hemswell)
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A Royal Worcester Two Handled Vase, signed by Chivers fruit design
Dim: W-11 D-9.5 H-19.5 (cm)
Price: £430.00
   
Rockingham Pottery and Porcelain Book by D G Rice
Dim: W-16.5 H-26 (cm)
Price: £55.00
   
The Rockingham Pottery Book
Dim: W-14.5 H-22.5 (cm)
Price: £48.00
   
The Royal Patriotic fund club jug
Dim: W-18 D-15 H-20 (cm)
Price: £430.00
 
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A Victorian Royal Doulton Lambeth Stoneware Jug, commemorating Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee, with a hallmarked silver rim London 1896 and jug based stamped 1896 also.
Dim: W-15.5 D-12.5 H-16.5 (cm)
Price: £89.00
   
1850 W M Adams cup and saucer with ribbed and arched moulding loop handle and gilt decoration.
Dim: W-15 H-9 (cm)
Price: £10.00This item has been sold
   
Worcester cup and saucer with impressed FBB mark on both pieces.
Dim: W-14.5 H-7 (cm)
Price: £10.00This item has been sold
   
Spode coffee can with plain loop handle decorated with orange band and gilding circa 1800-1810.
Dim: W-9 D-7 H-7 (cm)
Price: £15.00
 
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John Rose coalport coffee can with loop handle circa 1810.
Dim: W-9 D-7 H-7 (cm)
Price: £15.00
   
Alcide Chaumeil late 19th century bust of King Henry IV.
Dim: W-11 D-6 H-13 (cm)
Price: £380.00
   
Sevres porcelain vase 1902
Dim: W-12 H-20 (cm)
Price: £195.00
   
Victorian Majolica Spill Vase.
Dim: W-8 D-8 H-11 (cm)
Price: £40.00
 
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George Jones Majolica Strawberry Dish.
Dim: W-39 D-22 H-6 (cm)
Price: £320.00
   
Dr Christopher Dresser signed Linthorpe Vase, indistinct siganture.
Dim: W-13 D-13 H-16 (cm)
Price: £320.00
   
Mintons Secessionist Vase, Sulon & Waddworth, No. 3573, Circa 1905.
Dim: W-23 D-23 H-47 (cm)
Price: £850.00
   
William Moorcroft Pomegranate Vase. Beautiful Early Piece.
Dim: W-15 D-15 H-32 (cm)
Price: £1050.00
 
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Doulton Lambeth Pate sur Pate Vase.
Dim: W-13 D-13 H-18 (cm)
Price: £300.00
   
Carlton Ware Porcelain Blush Trefoil Dish with Wiltshaw & Robinson Backstamp, Circa 1910.
Dim: W-30 D-28 H-11 (cm)
Price: £75.00
   
Royal Worcester Breakfast Cup and Saucer in Ivory with Embossed Cranes, 1926.
Dim: W-17.5 D-17.5 H-7 (cm)
Price: £55.00
   
Exquisite Bottle Shape Parian Vase with Greek Key and Gilt Decoration. Base is marked C.P Art Union B.S - Crystal Palace. Possibly Copeland. This piece has had museum standard restoration.
Dim: H-27 (cm)
Price: £135.00
 
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Royal Worcester Cabaret Teaset in Excellent Condition. Date Code for 1936. Teapot Height: 16cm.
Price: £425.00
   
Japanese Fukagawa Vase. Circa 1950.
Dim: W-9 H-18 (cm)
Price: £35.00
   
Samson Immonal Bowl circa 1820
Dim: W-25.5 D-25.5 H-11.5 (cm)
Price: £145.00
   
Doulton Burslem England iris pattern plate circa 1890
Dim: W-23.5 D-23.5 (cm)
Price: £55.00
 
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Doulton Burslem England iris pattern plate circa 1890
Dim: W-23.5 D-23.5 (cm)
Price: £55.00
   
Royal Worcester Wrythen pattern pot pourri vase. Hand painted hadley roses and signed J.Bray. Shape number 1720, dated 1911, original innner and outer covers. No damage, chips or cracks
Dim: W-14 D-14 H-21 (cm)
Price: £475.00
   
Painted Bisque Clown
Dim: W-7 D-5.5 H-13 (cm)
Price: £68.00
   
1920s Hat Pin Cushion
Dim: W-8 D-5.5 H-12 (cm)
Price: £65.00
 
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1920s Schafer 2 varter figure
Dim: W-7 D-5.5 H-8.5 (cm)
Price: £85.00
   
Imari scent bottle shaped as a bird circa 1900
Dim: W-5 H-9 (cm)
Price: £98.00
   
Royal Worcester Conical Jug with scroll handle.
Dim: W-13 D-11 H-19 (cm)
Price: £295.00
   
Doulton Lambeth Leslie Harradine 1878 for G. Tinworth. Mr Squeers humorous figure.
Dim: W-9 D-7 H-23 (cm)
Price: £425.00
 
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Smaller centres are equally well known with Worcester and Derby both producing superb porcelain. 
In the North East of England, Maling established a large manufacturing base and produced much fine and sought after pottery. At the other end of the country, the potteries of South Devon enjoyed their heyday, with Longpark, Allervale, Torquay and Watcombe being the best know.
This has enabled the enthusiast and collector an opportunity to pick and choose their field of collection and interest in a way practically unknown elsewhere in the World, from the inexpensive mass produced wares to the expensive hand made porcelains. 
The World is their oyster. (Graham Mitchell - Antiques Dealer at Hemswell)