Wedgbury Antiques English Porcelain
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Antique Porcelain

An Interesting English Cup

An interesting late 18th.Century English porcelain coffee cup decorated with a simple floral sprig pattern to the outside and a diaper and floral swags border to the inner rim. Most probably made at the Baddeley Littler factory. Measures 6.5cm. (2.55 inches) high


A couple of short stress hairlines from the rim,  wear to the glaze and enamels and a little discolouration.

Item E0013        Sold



A Pinxton Porcelain Coffee Can.

A Pinxton Porcelain Coffee Can. Pattern 48.  A rare Pinxton porcelain faceted coffee can dating from around 1800. Decorated with a gilt sprig pattern number 48.  The base marked 48 in gold. 


  No chips or cracks. Typical wear to the gilding.
Item E0014        Sold


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Rare Derby Toys

Four pieces from a miniature or toy tea set.  c.1770.  The tray 16cm long.  The teapot 6cm high.  The teabowl only 2.3cm high.  Decorated with flowers in "Cotten stem painter" style.

Firing or stress cracks to the tray.  Section missing from teapot neck.  A couple of faint stress cracks to the body.  Hairlines to the teabowl.  The cover (probably to the sugar bowl) re-stuck.
Item E0015    495.00


A Spode Coffee Can & Saucer,

A Spode porcelain facetted coffee can and saucer made as a replacement for or addition to a Pinxton service. Decorated with Pinxton pattern 48, gilt sprigs. The bases marked Spode.


Good, no damage, some wear to the gilding.
Item E0016        Sold


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