Wonderful and hard to find luncheon or dinner plate made by Aynsley in the Rutherglen 7638 pattern with cobalt blue trim. Made of fine china in England. THis plate is so pristine. No chips, cracks, stains, or utensil marks. and the lavish gold accenting is brilliant. Pretty pink rose center, and cobalt piecrust edging. It is nearly impossible to find replacement pieces to these. I unfortunately just have the one.
A wonderful old Golden Maize pitcher by Sebring china. Holds 48 ounces and is 6 3/4" tall. Beautiful poppies adorn both sides and under the lip. Transfers are bright and crisp colored.Rope edging on the trim. Perfect condition with no chips or cracks. Minor discolor on the extreme inside bottom. Dated July 19, 1927.
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Unusual set by Lefton China, #2387. Rectangular covered cigarette box with two ashtrays inside. A scene of a pretty french girl sitting at a cafe in the park. Hand painted with a low sheen matte like finish. No chips, original Lefton foil sticker. There is a very small hairline crack on the corner lid of the cigarette box. Barely noticeable. Email me if you like to see a closeup. Boc measures 4" x 5 1/2".
Ceramic Ashtray by Noritake Toki Kaisha Hat shaped, white porcelain with edge border of pink roses. Perfect condition! Diameter at Top Rim: 6”. Diameter at Foot-Ring: 3” Diameter of top opening of Ash Vessel: 2-1/4”. Height: 1. 3/4” Marked Noritake Nippon Toki Kaisha. This mark was used in the 1950's. This authentic Noritake china ashtray may have been part of a formal dinnerware set purchased at one time in Japan. Given it's excellent condition, it may never have been used.
Adorable older porcelain teapot is perfect for one person. Pretty oriental floral decoration with mums and birds. I would consider this a flow blue, but it is not the deep cobalt color. Measures 4 1/2" to the top of the knob on the finial. No makers mark. Perfect condition, with no chips, cracks or repairs.
C.M Hutschenreuther Hohenberg Bavaria fine china luncheon plate in their #3154 pattern. Measures 7 1/2" diameter. Yellow band with laurel leaves, small flower sconces, and roses pattern on the rim with gold ring and edge trim. Mark implies 1814-1919, Green mark CM HR with crown and shield. Hutschenreuther is the name of the family that established the production of porcelain in Northern Bavaria, in 1814...
Crown Royal Bone China Flowers, about 2 3/4" high. Appears to be in excellent condition. Yellow rose, magenta & white carnation, and pink rose, with green leaves in a white pot.
A wonderful old Dutch transferware dessert plate in the Panama pattern by Petrus Regout & Co Maastriccht Holland. Green and red transferware pattern has a bird, ferns, and borders of greek key, florals, & small block pattern. No chips or cracks. measures 6 3/8" diameter. Old backstamp and information on this company dates this particular piece to 1891-1898. Almost as thick as restaurantware.
Lefton China 40th Anniversary Giftware Bud Vase #04378. It features hand painted gold bells with 40th Anniversary on the front, white doves & flowers on greenery. It has a burgundy band trimmed in gold at the top, and on the foot. It has the Lefton red foil sticker on the bottom. It has gold trim. It is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks. The gold is 100% intact. Like new condition, no wear at all. Nice and clean inside. It measures 6 1/2" talland would make a great gift.
From the 1950's comes this beautiful ceramic coffee pot made in the Dogwood pattern for the Orchard Ware line of dinnerware produced by the California Ceramics Co. in Calabasas, California. The relief pattern of white dogwood, brown stems and green leaves are hand painted over an off white background. The coffee pot is in perfect condition with no chips or scratches. However, there are two chips on the lid. One on top (not real big) and the other is inside the lid. Email me for pictures...
Pretty china plate withthick gold edge trim. Probably a nice quality souvenir plate of the Old Coach House Stratford. Measures 9 1/2" diameter and is in perfect condition with no chips, cracks or crazing. Made in Czechoslovakia, has two fir trees, the number 1792 and a tiny crown.
Winterling Bavaria Germany porcelain demitasse coffee pot in the fern pattern. Measures 7" tall and is in pristine condition. Real gold accent trim.
Gorgeous and lavish pink roses decoration, with silver trims, on this 25th Aniversary plate by Betty Whiteaker and Enesco. Measures 10 3/8" in diameter and is in PRISTINE condition. Would make the lovliest gift ever for the couple's 25th silver wedding anniversary.Signed by the artist.
Adorable vintage restaurant creamer in the Staffordshire shape with a tan / gold puzzle style border. Date code for 1965. Perfect condition. This backstamp was used 1963-1968. Measures 3 1/8" tall. Very sweet.
Pretty vintage porcelain teapot with red Asian floral decoration, and gold trims. Two wire bail handle. No chips, cracks or damages, No makers mark or sticker. Measures 5" tall. Quaint and cute.
A pretty solid blue lupin petal gravy boat and oval liner, made by Grindley in England. Liner is not attached. Embossed edging. Perfect condition. Would even go nicely with most dinnerware that has blue, since it is a solid color. Selling both pieces together. Both pieces are perfect with no damages.
A beautiful Ironstone teapot marked ELLEGREAVE ENGLAND with h/p gold numbers and initial on the bottom. Beautiful shape, and decorated with sprays of violets and pretty embossing around the center, and has gold decorative trims. Measures 6 1/2" tall with the lid on. Lid has the safety catch and a steam vent hole. Teapot is in EXCELLENT condition.
Mid Century Creamer cream pitcher in lemon yellow from Iroquois China by Russel Wright -in excellent condition with no chips, hairlines, or restorations noted. 8th backstamp, Casual China. This is the stacking creamer that would sit upon a sugar by Russel Wright. I DO NOT have the sugar. The dimensions of this piece are 4 7/8 W (handle-spout) and approx. 2 3/8 high. This is the stacking creamer cream pitcher, that sits atop an open sugar bowl.