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Derby Porcelain Dish by Boreman c1795

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Ceramics: English: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1276682 (stock# zp683)

Derby Porcelain Dish by Boreman c1795
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$1,395.00 

A fine Derby porcelain dish painted by Zachariah Boreman, marked on the reverse with a blue crowned "D" and pattern number 343. The kidney-shaped dish has a beautiful soft green wide border with a gilded edge. The white ground within the green border has elaborate drape and swag gilding on the outside edge, and gilded foliage surrounding the kidney shaped cartouche in the center. The cartouche has a scene identified on the reverse as Solfatara, Italy. This central painting displays mo ...click for details


First Period Worcester Mustard Pot c1770

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Ceramics: English: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1274706 (stock# p1123)

First Period Worcester Mustard Pot  c1770
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$775.00 

A superb example of a Dr. Wall First Period mustard pot printed with the "Fence" pattern. The cover has a flower finial with molded leaves. The height of the pot is 3 7/8" (plus the lid) and the diameter is 2 1/2".

Not much needs to be said about this piece, other than the condition is truly excellent, with no chips, cracks, paint loss, or restoration. The type mustard spoon that would be used in thi ...click for details


Rare Dr. Wall Worcester Mustard Spoon c1770

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Ceramics: English: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1274701 (stock# p1124)

Rare Dr. Wall Worcester Mustard Spoon   c1770
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$1,250.00 

A fine and rare Dr. Wall First Period mustard or condiment spoon. The leaf molded and scrolled handle is picked out in blue enamel, while the circular basin of the spoon features a cell border around a central flower head. This is the type spoon that would be used with a mustard pot shown as item p1123 in this category, and is shown with the pot in the last photo for this item.

The length of the spoon is 3 7/8". C ...click for details


Dr. Wall Worcester Bell-Shaped Mug c1757

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Ceramics: English: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1273844 (stock# p1122)

Dr. Wall Worcester Bell-Shaped Mug  c1757
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$3,350.00 

A beautiful and elegant Dr. Wall First Period Worcester tankard, or mug, painted with the "Walk in the Garden" pattern, showing a "Long Eliza" figure holding a basket and a ruyi sceptre, the boy at her side with a speared bird, and birds in the branches of a fine tree on the reverse. The inside of the footrim has a workman's mark which appears to be IH or JH.

The mug is of quite a goodly size, b ...click for details


Early Patch Mark Derby Porcelain Vase c1756-1758

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Ceramics: English: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1266314 (stock# zp682)

Early Patch Mark Derby Porcelain Vase c1756-1758
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An uncommon, tall, and striking Derby porcelain vase, painted with birds and insects on both sides. There is an indentation to the side, which occurred during manufacture, and a 1/8" hairline to the rim. Aside from that, the condition is very good, with no chips, restoration, and no paint or gilding loss of any significance. The height is 6 5/8" and the maximum width is 5" at the handles.


Early and Fine Bow Porcelain Plate c1753

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Ceramics: English: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1266203 (stock# zp703)

Early and Fine Bow Porcelain Plate  c1753
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$775.00 

An extremely nice Bow porcelain plate, painted with a prunus tree and peony in a fenced garden, highlighted with a diaper pattern border. Several reference sources placed this plate somewhat earlier than I have indicated, but I prefer to err on the conservative side.

The plate is in immaculate condition, with no problems of any type. The diameter is 7".


Dr. Wall Worcester Vase c1765 Beautiful and Uncommon

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Ceramics: English: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1265098 (stock# p1121)

Dr. Wall Worcester Vase c1765 Beautiful and Uncommon
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$2,350.00 

A wonderful Dr. Wall First Period antique English porcelain ovoid vase, painted in the Mandarin style with Chinese figures in interior scenes, within wide red and gilt borders. The pattern is called "The Telephone Box" when appearing on blue and white wares, where it is considerably more common. The style of painting, using elongated figures, originated in China and then was adapted for Dutch Delftware which then gave rise to the term "Long Eliza." The form originated in the ...click for details


Derby Porcelain Sweetmeat, Extremely Rare c1756-8

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Ceramics: English: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1264281 (stock# zp509)

Derby Porcelain Sweetmeat, Extremely Rare c1756-8
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$1,225.00 

A charming and early Derby diminutive basket form sweetmeat, with delightful floral painting by the Cotton Stem Painter. This form, which is uncommon in blue and white, is almost unheard of in polychrome, with virtually no examples having been offered at auction in the last 10 years. An example is shown as illustration 44 in Gillespy's book on Derby Porcelain.

In overall very good condition, with a very old repair ...click for details


Dr. Wall Worcester Porcelain Prunus Root Bowl c1758

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Ceramics: English: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1264201 (stock# zp709)

Dr. Wall Worcester Porcelain Prunus Root Bowl  c1758
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$625.00 

A fine and relatively early example of the popular Prunus Root pattern done by Worcester between 1752 and 1770.Hand painted in blue and white, with a workman's mark on the bottom.

The bowl is in excellent condition, with no cracks, restoration, or paint loss. There is a very small chip to the foot rim, which can be seen at about 2 o'clock in the last photo. 4 3/4" in diameter, and 2" in height.


Worcester Porcelain Bowl, Early and Rare c1752

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Ceramics: English: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1261849 (stock# zp950)

Worcester Porcelain Bowl, Early and Rare c1752
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$5,500.00 

An extremely rare and early Worcester bowl, c 1752-3, with an elaborate landscape painted in the Chinese style. Central to the scene is a pavilion on an island among formal trees, flanked by a hut on a short jetty. Continuing the scene on that side are mountains in the distance, and a rocky island with trees in the foreground. To the right of the central pavilion scene is a rocky mountain with trees. There is an empty sampan on the reverse, and yet another treed island with mountains in the int ...click for details


Fine Chelsea Porcelain Dish c1756

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Ceramics: English: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1259239 (stock# zp960)

Fine Chelsea Porcelain  Dish c1756
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$1,950.00 

A beautiful and finely painted Chelsea dish of interesting shape, displaying butterflies, fruit, and foliage. The molded rim is decorated with puce and green. The reverse has a puce anchor mark.

The dish is 10 1/2" in length and 7 1/2" at its widest. Superb condition with no chips, cracks, or restoration. The paint is crisp and vibrant, without losses.


Chelsea Toy Seal of a Boy on a Stump c1755

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Ceramics: English: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1254761 (stock# p1048)

Chelsea Toy Seal of a Boy on a Stump  c1755
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The group of small porcelain items known as "toys" is composed of scent bottles, bonbonnieres, etuis, and seals. These were produced from the early years of Chelsea through to the Chelsea-Derby period. (The most comprehensive work on these items is The Chelsea Porcelain Toys, by G.E. Bryant, published in 1925.) Seals were carried by members of the upper class and used to imprint a uniquely identifiable mark in the wax used to sign or secure documents or letters. They were generally 1&q ...click for details


Large Lowestoft Patty Pan c1765

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Pre 1800   item# 1253371 (stock# zp924)

Large Lowestoft Patty Pan c1765
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$2,250.00 

A fine Lowestoft patty pan, of the large size, painted in blue and white, the interior with a large central moth or butterfly, and floral sprigs. The exterior with flower sprigs. Crisp painting, and excellent condition with no issues. The diameter is 4 1/8", and the depth is 1 3/8". Painter's mark #3 on the base. Ex Kleinman collection.


Chelsea Porcelain Toy Seal c1755

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Ceramics: English: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1253364 (stock# p1056)

Chelsea Porcelain Toy Seal c1755
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SOLD 

The group of small porcelain items known as "toys" is composed of scent bottles, bonbonnieres, etuis, and seals. These were produced from the early years of Chelsea through to the Chelsea-Derby period. (The most comprehensive work on these items is "The Chelsea Porcelain Toys", by G.E. Bryant, published in 1925.)

Seals were carried by members of the upper class and used to imprint a uniquely ident ...click for details


Rare Bow Porcelain Jumping Boy Tea Bowl c1758

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Ceramics: English: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1249543 (stock# zp908)

Rare Bow Porcelain Jumping Boy Tea Bowl c1758
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A wonderful Bow porcelain factory tea bowl painted in the "Jumping Boy" pattern. Although this pattern is occasionally found on Chaffers porcelain, and is not common, it appears to occur even much less frequently on Bow porcelain pieces. The potting is extremely thin and light. The painting, done in shades of dark and lighter blues, is extremely well done, and features a seated Oriental woman holding a sprig of flowers. To her left is the jumping boy, suspended in mid-air with a Chines ...click for details

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