Restaurant/hotel china Vitresol SOL by J&G Meakin England. Dish measures 4 3/8" in diameter, and is a sauce dish I believe. Looks like a (large butter pat dish) The pattern is called "The Hunt"and has a man on horse and hunting dogs, speaking with people on the porch of a house with a bridge in the distance. Also has a flower on the opposite side. Perfect condition. This backstamp was used as early as 1921.
Pictured is the blue willow covered vegetable bowl with its badly damaged lid. I am actually selling this for the bottom only. The bottom is perfect, so if you have the lid... your in business. Made iby Churchill in England in the popular classic blue willow pattern. Let me know when purchasing if you want me to include the broken lid or not.
A wonderful large 18 3/8" oval platter made by by The Heritage Mint. Vibrant deep blue on white in the popular and classic blue willow pattern. These large turkey platters are very hard to come by. We are lucky enough to have 2 of them, and both are pristine and look to never have been used. Price is for each.
A pretty bone china bell marked Chelsea bone china England. A pretty strawberry pattern with relief strawberries near the top. Measures 3 3/4" tall and has gold trim. No chips or damages. Excellent condition.
This is a set of 4 saucers in like new condition. They measure 6" in diameter. One is stamped "EIT England", two are stamped "England" and the other one is not marked. They are all in the same pattern. They have no utensil marks, cracks or chips.
This is the 10-1/8" vegetable bowl by Spode in the Wicker Dale pattern that matches our smaller one. It, too, is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or crazing. The Wicker Dale pattern (#2/4088) was made from 1954-75. If you haven't done so yet, take a look at its mate - the 8-7/8" bowl also listed here.
This is a beautiful 8-7/8" vegetable bowl by Spode in the Wicker Dale pattern. It is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or crazing. Be sure to check out its mate - the 10-1/8" bowl also listed here.
Royal Doulton Bunnykins Feeding the Baby Mug. This Royal Doulton Bunnykins mug has the Barbara Vernon facsimile signature. Her signed pieces are very sought after. One side features the scene named “Feeding thee Baby” and the other side shows “Cycling”. The Feeding the Baby side shows Mamma feeding the baby, father looking on, while the youngsters play. The cycling side has a toad or frog riding a bicycle . The mug is in excellent condition snd rings very well when tapped. No damages stains or ... Click for details