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  • Blue and White Dutch Delft Hand Painted Charger and Four Plates Made 1780-1800


    This lovely group of hand painted blue and white Dutch Delft plates features scenes traditional to 18th century Delft.
    Each plate is painted in cobalt blue with a traditional yellow or ochre painted edge.
    In the group’s center, we see a large charger showing an oriental-style country house, and nearby a pine tree in a large field.
    The charger’s wide border has twelve panels, each with a single leaf or flower bud.
    Three of the four dishes around the charger show garden scenes, and the fourth, the top dish, shows a stag resting in a forest clearing.

    Dimensions: The charger measures 13.75″ in diameter. The four plates each measure 9″ in diameter.

    Condition: Excellent

  • Set of 4 Dinner 4 Soup Dishes 2 Chargers 18th Century Imperial Vienna Porcelain


    This lovely set of hand painted 18th-century Imperial Vienna Porcelain dishes features four dinner dishes, four soup/pasta dishes,
    and a pair of chargers for serving.
    The decoration is elegant.
    Along the edge, we see a band of black darts and dots between lines of purple and gilt. The edge is gilded.
    In the center, we see delicate sprigs of roses and other flowers painted pink, yellow, purple, blue, and orange.
    The sophisticated, understated decoration is perfect.
    Each piece is marked on the underside with the Imperial Vienna Porcelain shield mark.

    Dimensions: the dinners and the soup/pasta bowls are 9.6″ in diameter, and the chargers are 11.25″ in diameter.

    Condition: Excellent

  • Set of Four Chinese Porcelain Famille Rose Dishes Late 19th Century Circa 1880


    This set of four Chinese porcelain dishes are hand painted in Famille Rose colors.
    The center is filled with beautiful flowers separated by leaves in two tones of green.
    The predominant colors are pink, orange, green, and turquoise with small touches of brown, and gray grisaille.
    The Famille Rose color combinations are lovely, and the design is lively!
    The colors were produced by mixing colored enamels with opaque white enamel.
    Dimensions: 8.25″ diameter
    Condition: Excellent
    Price: $960

  • Four Blue and White Delft Chargers Hand Painted Netherlands 18th Century Ca-1780


    The deep cobalt blue is fabulous!
    Provenance: The Philadelphia Museum of Art collection has an identical Delft charger. For an image of this identical plate and a discussion of its origins, see E B Schaap’s “Delft Ceramics at the Philadelphia Museum of Art” pages 74 and 75.
    This set of four Dutch Delft chargers in the “Theeboom” pattern shows a tea plant with a fan-shaped bouquet of leaves and flowers. This is one of the most exquisite hand-painted designs made on Delft chargers in the 18th century.
    The pattern is lush and full of color. The deep cobalt blue decoration fills the charger.
    On the border are medallions and scroll designs.
    The white edges are delicately scalloped, which adds another beautiful dimension to each charger.
    The chargers have the mark of De Porceleyne Claeuw “The Claw.”

    Dimensions: 13.5″-14.25″ in diameter

    Condition: Excellent with very small edge frits invisibly restored.

  • Set Four Antique Blue and White Delft Plates Circa 1760-1770


    This set of four antique Delft blue and white plates was hand painted in the Netherlands circa 1760-1770.
    The size of the plates is rare, somewhat larger than the more common 9″ diameter antique Dutch Delft plates.
    They measure 10.25″ in diameter.
    The decoration is exquisite!
    In the center, we see a traditional Dutch image of a vase overflowing with beautiful flowers and ferns.
    The border has five panels, each showing a single vase filled with pieces of fruit against a background of leaves.
    The panels are separated by decoration showing a flower face and leaves against a dark blue ground.

    Dimensions: 10.25″ in diameter

    Condition: Excellent with small edge frits invisibly restored

  • Set Dozen Dinner Plates Staffordshire England 19th Century Circa 1870


    This set of a dozen Victorian dinner plates was crafted in Staffordshire, England, circa 1870. The plates are beautiful and large, measuring 10″ in diameter. In the center, each dish shows a songbird in flight above pink/purple flowers. The charming design captures a fleeting moment of nature’s beauty. The addition of vibrant accents in green, yellow, brown, and sepia enhances the beauty of the plates. It is the color combinations that make this set exceptional. The borders are filled with flowers painted in the same colors as those in the center. The plates are in excellent condition. This set must have been cherished and saved for special occasions.

    Dimensions: 10″ diameter

    Condition: Excellent

  • Dozen Antique Porcelain Dessert Plates Grisaille & Gold England, circa 1835


    This set of a dozen Minton dessert plates was made in England circa 1835. The beautiful grisaille decoration shows a center bouquet of lovely roses and morning glory and along the border, three bouquets of chrysanthemums, daisies, and roses.

    Dimensions: 7.35″ diameter x 1″ height

    Condition: Excellent

  • Six Large Antique Soup Dishes Spode Chinoiserie, England, circa 1820


    This set of six ironstone soup dishes was made in the Spode factory circa 1820.
    In the center, we see a lovely garden scene with pink and purple peonies, plum blossoms, and
    a yellow chrysanthemum, all rising above cobalt-blue rockwork.
    The colors work together beautifully.

    Dimensions: 9.75″ diameter x 1.5″ deep

    Condition: Excellent with only the very, very slightest rubbing to the enamels.

    Each dish is marked on the reverse “Spode China” This mark was used at the Spode factory from 1815-1830.
    Three of the six dishes have a gilt band around the center decoration.

  • Set of 6 Imari Dessert Plates Late 18th Century Turner’s Patent Ironstone England


    This set of six plates, crafted by John Turner circa 1795, features the exquisite Imari color palette of iron red, cobalt blue, and radiant gold. The color combination creates a vibrant and striking look, and the design of a dragon soaring amidst a lush garden is captivating. The pattern was inspired by the renowned Imari porcelain patterns of 17th and 18th century Japan.

    John Turner, the inventor of ironstone, crafted the plates. He held the first patent for ironstone, which he manufactured from 1795 to 1805. The underside of each plate is impressed with the mark “Turner”.

    The Turner family of potters was active in Staffordshire, England, from 1756-1829. Their manufactures have been compared favorably with those of Josiah Wedgwood and Sons. Josiah Wedgwood was a friend and a commercial rival of John Turner, the first notable potter in the Turner family.

  • Set of 18 Wedgwood Creamware Dessert or Salad Dishes England Circa 1820


    Made in England in the early 19th century, circa 1815, these Wedgwood dessert or salad dishes are a beautiful and sophisticated set. The combination of the creamware body with the peach color border and the 18th-century Wedgwood “Wheat” pattern creates an elegant and warm look. Their excellent condition adds to their value and desirability for creamware collectors or anyone who appreciates fine tableware.
    With a diameter of 7.85 inches, these dishes are a good size for serving dessert or salad courses. They are also versatile enough for other purposes, such as serving appetizers or side dishes. The fact that the underside of the dishes is marked “WEDGWOOD” is also significant, as it confirms their authenticity and origin. Wedgwood is a well-known and respected brand in the world of fine tableware, and their pieces are highly sought after by collectors and enthusiasts.

    Dimensions: 7.85″ in diameter

    Condition: Excellent Price: $ 1220

  • 4 Large Blue and White Dutch Delft Plates Hand Painted, 18th Century, circa 1770


    Made in The Netherlands circa 1770, this set of large Dutch Delft blue and white plates is painted in a lovely combination of deep and medium cobalt blue. The central image, a vase overflowing with ferns and summer flowers, is exquisite. The wide border is decorated with five oval shaped panels that echo the central image, each with a flower filled vase and scrolling vines.

    Dimensions: diameter 10.25″ x .75″ height

    Condition: Excellent with very small edge frits invisibly refinished

  • Dozen Antique Porcelain Soup Dishes Large Minton England, circa 1860


    Made by Minton circa 1860, this set of a dozen large porcelain soup dishes has a timeless elegance. The lavish gilding along the edge beautifully complements the classic pattern of linked chain design on the border. The rectangular black links are elegant, sophisticated, and versatile. These soups will seamlessly blend with other styles that are bold and colorful or minimalist and chic.

    Dimensions: 10.25 x 1.25″ deep

    Condition: Excellent

  • Dozen Neoclassical Ironstone Dinner Plates Made by Minton circa 1860


    This set of excellent dinner plates has bold decoration showing confronted griffons, urns overflowing with fruit and flowers, and cameos of Mercury, the Roman god of speed, all displayed on deep red ground. This intricate, classically designed pattern is alive with movement. In the 19th century, this was one of Minton’s most admired patterns.

    Dimensions: The plates measure a generous 10.25″ in diameter.

    Condition: Pieces have overall craquelure (see images #3 and #4) the condition is appropriate to age.

  • 18th Century French Porcelain Dishes Made Circa 1780 Raspberry Ground and Grisaille Decoration


    Made by Clignancourt in France in the 18th century, this set of dishes is painted in the most exquisite raspberry color, decorated with gorgeous black roses in grisaille, and completed by a gilded edge and border. The raspberry pink ground with its grisaille decoration and the formal gilding around the border are uniquely French. This set would make a fabulous statement spread on a table for use or on display in the right room.       Dimensions:
    The centerpiece measures 13.75″ long x 8″ wide x 6.25″ tall
    The 3 shell-shaped dishes measure 9″ long x 8″ wide x 1.5″ deep
    The pair of square-shaped dishes measure 8″ x 8″ x 1.5″ deep
    One pair of the oval-shaped dishes measures 10.75″ x 7.5″ x 1.25″ deep
    The second pair of oval-shaped dishes measure 10″ x7″ x 1.25″ deep.            Condition: Very good to excellent; all the dishes are without defects, one dish with very slight rubbing. See one of the three shell-shaped dishes (see image #10 and look closely at the inner line of gilt on the lower dish).

  • Set Dozen Wedgwood Creamware Dinner Dishes Made England 1904


    Made in 1904, the border design on this set of Wedgwood dinner dishes was inspired by designs in Josiah Wedgwood’s mid-18th century First Pattern Book. The red berries and beige leaves on the vine combine perfectly with the creamy color of the creamware plate. The result is a subtle beauty. The underside of the dishes has an impressed mark for Wedgwood and “W G” for August 1904.

    Dimensions: diameter 9.25″ x .75″ height

    Condition: Excellent

  • Set Fourteen Coalport Money Tree Porcelain Dishes Hand-Painted England C-1820


    We are proud to offer this set of fourteen Coalport Money Tree pattern plates. This fabulous Coalport pattern is also known as the Rock and Tree pattern. It is one of the very best of the Regency period porcelain patterns. The color combinations are magnificent. Cobalt blue, iron red, and gold are the main colors. Green and orange highlights bring the deep reds and blues to life. The dishes were hand-painted in England, circa 1820. The pattern shows a fenced garden, peonies, and a willow tree with golden branches. English patterns like this were inspired by Japanese Imari designs, which were very popular in Europe during the Regency Period. However, English porcelain is whiter than Japanese porcelain. The result is that the colors seem brighter and livelier when contrasted with the white ground.

    Dimensions: 8″ in diameter

    Condition: Excellent

  • Dozen Mason’s Ashworth Dinner Plates Ironstone England Circa 1870


    In 1861 Mason’s Ironstone was bought by Ashworth Brothers Ltd., who continued to produce “Mason’s Ironstone.”
    This set of stunning dinner plates (10.25″ in diameter) has borders decorated with exquisite white lilies on clean black ground.
    Painted in enamels, the white flowers jump off the black ground.
    The details of the decoration, the red lines on the flowers, the green and yellow leaves, and the gilding all add to the beauty of each dish.

    Dimensions:10.25″ in diameter
    Condition: Excellent

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