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A Pair of Wedgwood Queen's  Ware
Armorial Soup Plates, c.1778.

A very decorative and superbly painted  pair of Wedgwood Queen's Ware ( Creamware ) soup dishes.  The centre painted with the arms of Sir John Honywood and his wife,  The Honorable Francis Courtenay,  who were married in 1778.  The family crest, a wolfs head,  is painted on the rim, together with a very elaborate border pattern.  The service must have been very costly to produce.


Unfortunately both dishes have suffered damage,  having broken sections of the rim re-stuck.  The one dish also has a further hairline and a star crack to the centre.  Nonetheless still a very attractive pair of Armorial plates for display.

Item P0001       Sold


English Transfer Printed Plate

A rare transfer printed pottery plate. c.1820. An English pottery underglaze blue transfer printed plate dating from the 1820's. Decorated with an attractive scene in an octagonal reserve. The scene has become known as 'Paladian Porch', an eastern scene which feachers a Paladian style porch. On the left is a man leading a Camel through an archway which leads to a town. In the foreground is a rowing boat arriving at a flight of landing steps.The eight lobed rim decorated with flowers, fruit and scrolling acanthus leaves. The back is unmarked and the maker unidentified. Measures 25.6cm. diameter. A very attractive blue & white plate!.



Good, no cracks. One very small glaze flake from the edge of the rim Typical crazing to the glaze which has taken in staining over the years but is only really noticeable on the back of the plate. There is also a small area at the back edge of the rim where the glaze has not taken.

Item P0002       45.00


Dutch Delft Bottle

Dutch Delft bottle vase.(neck reduced) G K monogram to base (Ghisbrecht kruyck 1663-1671) The porcelain dish factory. Decorated in Chinese transitional style.


Neck reduced,and some restoration.

Item P0003       Sold



'Spanish Bullfight ' Printed Plate.
Mid 19th.Century.

An interesting and attractive mid 19th. Century blue printed pottery plate. The central scene of a lively Spanish bullfight in full swing!  The rim with reserves of men on horseback and 'Spanish dancers' in a walled formal garden. Marked to the back in Arabic? in an oval reserve. Also has an impressed mark that I am at present trying to read.  Probably an English export piece. Possibly William Adams?   Measures 22cm. diameter.

Good, no damage.  There is a production fault to the rim and some distortion.

Item P0004     65.00


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