Tabletops Unlimited Fruit De Blanc saucer. Circa 1995 but now discontinued. Pretty white with raised fruit encircling the rim. These make a pretty table setting with contrasting color dishes and glassware. 6 3/8" wide. No chips or cracks. Great as a replacement piece or a gift for someone who collects Fruit De Blanc dinnerware. I will be listing other pieces in this pattern.I have 5 available, price is for each.
Tabletops Unlimited Fruit De Blanc Rimmed soup bowl. Circa 1995 but now discontinued. Pretty white with raised fruit encircling the rim. These make a pretty table setting with contrasting color dishes and glassware. 9" wide. No chips or cracks with light wear. Great as a replacement piece or a gift for someone who collects Fruit De Blanc dinnerware.There is 7 available, all perfect, priced per piece. I will be listing other pieces in this pattern.
Tabletops Unlimited Fruit De Blanc DINNER PLATE. Circa 1995 but now discontinued. Pretty white with raised fruit encircling the rim. These make a pretty table setting with contrasting color dishes and glassware. 10 1/2" wide. No chips or cracks but normal utensil wear. Great as a replacement piece or a gift for someone who collects Fruit De Blanc dinnerware. 4 available, and price is per piece. I will be listing other pieces in this pattern.
A wonderful old cake plate with the popular Indian tree pattern. Wonderful old piece with character and charm that is over 100 years of age and in good condition without damage, but has light age crazing which would be typical. Approximate size 8 3/4 inches wide plus the tab handles. Good mark on base. Edge Malkin & CO pressed into mold. Plus it is stamped with a hound and Trademark E & M Co B Indian Tree. Nice thick pottery. Edge, Malkin & Co c.1871-1903
Indian tree 8" rimmed soup bowl made by Myott Staffordshire England. This has the gentle scallop with green edges. I have 3 available, and all are in great condition with no stains, chips or cracks. There is however some crazing underglaze. I have 3 available. Price is for each.
Beautiful antique cup and saucer is hand painted and has pale yellow band with a moriage of gold beading and rose panels. Cup is thin and delicate. The gold on this set is in amazing bright condition. No chips or cracks on either piece. Cup has the green wreath M, Hand painted Nippon mark circa 1886. Saucer measures 5 5/8" diameter.
Amazing vintage bone china cup and saucer made by Gladstone England. Teeny pink flowers with a sparse sprinkle of a tiny blue flower ever so often. Gold trim on edges, and handles and rings. Pristine condition. a pretty set for you chintz collection. This set is from an estate so is most likely 40's-50's era.
Gorgeous and delicate Donatello shape. Rare hand painted acorns and oak leaves border on cup and saucer. Airbrushed in pretty fall colors and the acorns have a lustre to them. saucer measures 5 5/8" across and cup is squatty and 1 7/8" tall. Pristine condition and is made f a fine thin china. Green Rosen thale Donatello Bavaria Mark.
Nice 7" ivory color vase with black base and tendril of ivy up the front. Leaves have an almost cracle effect. Very nice condition with no hairlines or chips. Made by Royal Copley.
A very sweet vintage blue delft demi cup and saucer set from Holland. Marked delft and has a hand painted scenery with windmill houses and countryside. Pristine condition. Saucer is 4" wide. Cup is 1 3/4" tall. A wonderful collectible set.
Pretty bone china demmitasse cup and saucer set with dark roses and white blossoms. The cu is the style that has no handle and the saucer is deep to cool your tea if you like (in the old days they did this). Gold trim on both pieces and they are in pristine condition. Saucer measures 4" wide and cup is 2 1/4" tall. Made by Heathcote in England.
A wonderful 10-3/4" Service Plate/Charger Imperial Manufactured by Salem China Co. The Godey ladies plates were made during the 1940's and 1950's. Salem China ceased manufacturing in 1967. The fancy gold filigree trim overlays the wide rim of the plate. Godey's hand tinted Fashion prints were originally featured in the Godey Lady's Book Magazine which was published in Philadelphia from 1830 until 1898. The magazine was a popular favorite in the Victorian Era...