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A Derby Coffee Can
c.1820

A Derby Coffee Can. London Shape Handle . c.1820.  A Derby porcelain coffee can with London shape handle dating from c.1815-25. Decorated in underglaze blue and gilt with grapes and vines.  Marked in red enamel. Measures 6.6cm (2.65 inches) diameter at the rim and 7cm. (2.75 inches) high.
Condition

Good, no chips or cracks. Typical Derby (at this period) crazing to the glaze but there is no staining. Very minor wear to the gilding.
Item E0005       Sold

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An English Blue & White Plate.
c.1810

An English  blue and white hand painted plate.  Masons ?  An early 19th.Century English plate, hand painted in underglaze blue with Chinese export porcelain style pattern. The plate was probably made as a replacement or addition to a Chinese export service made around 1770. In the early 19th.Century Miles Mason advertised in the London Morning Herald that he could make pieces to match existing services. Although this plate is unmarked it is very similar to marked M. Mason 'replacements' and is made from an Ironstone type body.  Measures 23cm. (9 inches) diameter.  An interesting plate.
Condition

No chips or cracks but there is considerable wear to the glaze and a little staining.


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A 'Four Seasons' Dish
J. Bell & Co. c.1875

An attractive and superbly decorated bone china low comport  dating from around 1875. Made by the Glasgow pottery of  John Bell.  Decorated with four handpainted scenes representing the four seasons. Measures 26cm. diameter and stands 4.4cm. high.  Marked with an impressed bell mark containing the initials 'JB'
Condition

Very good,  no chips or cracks. 
 
 
       
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A Rockingham Trio.
c.1835.

A very attractive and high quality Rockingham factory trio, teacup, coffee cup and saucer. The typical Rockingham neo-rococo shapes decorated with fine quality gilding with sets off the porcelain body superbly. The saucer marked with puce coloured factory mark and pattern number 1329, the cups marked with the pattern number only.
  
Condition

Very good. Slight typical Rockingham fine crazing and slight discolouration to the handles. Only very light wear to the gilding.
  
  
  
  
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