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All Items : Porcelain : Pre 1930 item #1157632 (stock #470)
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$95.00
This lovely plate and syrup dispenser were manufactured by Crown Ducal. Crown Ducal is the name used on many pieces that were actually manufactured by A.G. Richardson and Co, England, and has been around since 1916. They are best known for their chintz patterns. This is an excellent example of their work. The chintz pattern here is actually called "Ascot" and appears to be a transfer pattern. The plate has a more white base than the syrup...
All Items : Dinnerware : Pre 1950 item #1146388 (stock #439)
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$50.00
This coffee pot was manufactured in England by Royal Worcester. It is labeled as crown ware and is a deep gold in color with fruits and foliage in the pattern. It measures about 9.25" high with the lid and is about 7.5" wide (across the handle and spout). There is crackling throughout the piece, but no actual damage.
All Items : Dinnerware : Pre 1980 item #1088654 (stock #427)
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$35.00
This wonderful cup and saucer were made in England by the Johnson Brothers. The pattern is called "Fish" and was only manufactured from 1955-1976. As the pattern name would indicate, the design shows various fish on a cream background. The cup measures 2.75" high and has a 3.25" diameter at the rim. The saucer measures 5.75" in diameter. The cup is marked "Made in England", while the saucer the Johnson Brothers mark (see photo). Both pieces are in excellent condition with no damage.
All Items : China : English : Wedgwood : Pre 1990 item #1060472 (stock #422)
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$50.00
These plates are manufactured by Wedgwood. The beautiful floral pattern with butterflies is called "Charnwood" and was manufactured between 1951 and 1987. We have 6 - 10.75" dinner plates ($30.00each), 5 - 8" salad plates ($12.50 each), 4 - 6" bread and butter plates ($7.00 each), 6 - 6" cereal bowl ($12.00 each) and 1 - 8" vegetable bowl ($50.00). All of the pieces are in excellent condition, with many still in the original plastic packaging.
All Items : Figurines : Royal Doulton : Pre 1970 item #1034479 (stock #412)
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$225.00
This Irish Setter figurine was produced by Royal Doulton. It was designed by Frederick Daws and modeled after Champion Pat O'Moy. This figurine was actually produced in 3 sizes. This particular figurine stands 4" high and is considered the small size. It was produced from 1931-1968. It is in excellent condition with no damage.
All Items : Figurines : Royal Doulton : Pre 2000 item #1034477 (stock #411)
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$415.00
This beautiful figurine was manufactured by Royal Doulton. It is called "Bedtime Story". It was designed by Leslie Harradine and produced from 1950-1996. It measures 4.75" high. It is in excellent condition with no damage.
All Items : Figurines : Royal Doulton : Pre 2000 item #1034471 (stock #410)
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$625.00
This beautiful figurine was manufactured by Royal Doulton. It is titled "Lise" and was designed by V. Annand. Lise is part of a collection inspired by the paintings of Renoir. She was released in 1994 in a limited edition of 7,500. She is #488 of 7500 (see photos). Lise measures 8.5" high and is in excellent condition with no damage. She comes in the original box.
All Items : Figurines : Pre 2000 item #1034468 (stock #409)
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$900.00
This beautiful Catherine Parr figurine was manufactured by Royal Doulton. It is part of the "Wives of Henry VIII" collection. It was designed by Pauline Parsons and released in a limited edition of 9500 in 1992. The figurine stands 6.25" tall. It is in excellent condition with no damage. It comes in the original box.
All Items : Figurines : Royal Doulton : Pre 1990 item #1028955 (stock #405)
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$120.00
This display stand was manufactured by Royal Doulton. It is made to hold 5 small figurines (like Bunnykins). It was made to resemble 5 tree stumps, tiered to different heights. It measures 12.5" long by 7" wide and the tallest tier stands 2.25" high. It is marked on the base with the Royal Doulton mark. It is in excellent condition with no damage.
All Items : Figurines : Royal Doulton : Pre 1990 item #1028950 (stock #404)
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$210.00
We have 3 retired Bunnykins figurines available for purchase, Grandpa's Story, Mr Bunnykins Autumn Days, and The Artist. Bunnykins is a line of figurines produced by Royal Doulton. Grandpa's Story is numbered DB 14. It measures 4" and was produced from 1974-83. Mr. Bunnykins Autumn Days is numbered DB 5. It also measures 4" high and was produced from 1972-82. Artist Bunnykins is DB13. It measures 3.75" high and was manufactured from 1975-1982...
All Items : China : English : Staffordshire : Pre 1970 item #984880 (stock #353)
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$60.00
These crescent shaped dishes are called bone dishes. They were made by Royal Staffordshire in the "Tonquin" pattern, which was designed by Clarice Cliff in the 1930's. This set consists of 1 pink, 1 brown, 1 blue and 1 mulberry dish. Each dish measures 6.5" by 3" and has a slightly scalloped edge. They are all in excellent condition.
All Items : China : English : Spode : Pre 1980 item #982552 (stock #352)
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$249.00
This tureen mas made by Spode-Copeland of England. The pattern, called "Blue Flowers", was produced from 1966 - 1977, and is characterized by blue and yellow flowers on a white background. This is a covered tureen - I believe they call it a covered vegetable tureen. It is footed, but does not have to tall pedestal type base. It measures about 9.25" in diameter at the widest, and is just over 8.5" tall (to the top of the finial). The ladle does not have any pattern on it...
All Items : Collector Plates : Pre 1930 item #971848 (stock #345)
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$50.00
This beautiful plate was manufactured by Johnson Brothers. The pattern is "Andarra", or "Andorra" and is characterized by a scalloped edge and the flow blue scrolls and flowers accented with gold trim. This plate measures 8 7/8" in diameter. It is marked on the back (see photo). It is in excellent condition with very minor wear to the gold, and minimal utensil marks.
All Items : China : English : Pre 1910 item #651203 (stock #206)
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$25.00
These crescent shaped dishes or "bone dishes" were created by Johnson Brothers, England. They are in the Leighton pattern, in gray. The Leighton pattern is a floral pattern, and is considered to be a Johnson Brother's "Golden Oldie". The mark dates their production to around 1900 (see photo). Each dish measures 6 1/4" by 4" and is 7/8" high. 4 are in excellent condition, with some crazing (typical of 100 year old pieces)...
All Items : Collector Plates : Pre 1940 item #634134 (stock #194)
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$28.00
This beautiful plate was made in England by Wedgwood. Apparently Wedgwood was commissioned by The Massachusetts Institute of Technology to make this set of 12 plates, depicting 12 different buildings (on campus) of historical significance. The building is at the center of each plate, surrounded by flowers and leaves. They are all blue in color. They are each marked with the "Wedgwood" mark, as well as the name of the building shown, and the year 1930...
All Items : Dinnerware : Pre 1980 item #609107 (stock #191)
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$105.00
This Calyx ware piece was manufactured by Adams (a member of the Wedgwood Group) between 1970 and 1979. It is in the lovely Chusan pattern. This pattern is characterized by brown birds, white flowers and a celadon body. Celadon glazes can be produced in a variety of colors depending on the thickness of the applied glaze and the type of clay to which it is applied. However, the most famous celadons range in color from a very pale green crackle to deep intense green...
All Items : Dinnerware : Pre 1980 item #606993 (stock #188)
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$95.00
This Calyx ware coffee pot was manufactured by Adams (a member of the Wedgwood Group) between 1970 and 1979. The pattern is characterized by brown birds, white flowers and a celadon body. Celadon glazes can be produced in a variety of colors depending on the thickness of the applied glaze and the type of clay to which it is applied. However, the most famous celadons range in color from a very pale green crackle to deep intense green...
All Items : Dinnerware : Pre 1980 item #606989 (stock #187)
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$40.00
This Calyx ware place setting was manufactured by Adams (a member of the Wedgwood Group) between 1970 and 1979. It is characterized by brown birds, white flowers and a celadon body. Celadon glazes can be produced in a variety of colors depending on the thickness of the applied glaze and the type of clay to which it is applied. However, the most famous celadons range in color from a very pale green crackle to deep intense green. The color was believed to mimic the green shades of jade. These...
 
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