Royal Crown Derby Assorted Items, pattern no.2451, comprising 3 coffee cups and saucers (6), 1 trio (coffee cup, saucer and side plate) (3), date 1923-76, plus 3 side plates, date 1899 and 1 shaped pin dish, date 1973; all 13 pieces of 1st quality and mint condition (13)
Royal Crown Derby Old Imari Pattern Cabinet Plates ( 2 ) In Total. Pattern No 1128 & Date 1981. 10.75 Inches Diameter + Royal Crown Derby Old Imari Pattern Cabinet Plate, Pattern No 1128 & Date 1978. 8.5 Inches - 21.75 cm Diameter. 1st Quality & Mint Condition.
A Mixed Collection Of Ceramic Items To include Carltonware Black and yellow 1930's teapot, sugar bowl, milk jug, cream jug and saucer. Also, Crown Derby blank sugar bowl, Carlton ware lustre bowl, miniature hunting theme jug etc. Please note the figure in the photo is not included.
Royal Crown Derby - Large and Impressive Old Imari Pattern Solid Gold Band Twin Handle Basket Shaped Bowl. Pattern No 1128, Date 1987. 4.75 Inches High & 11.75 Inches Diameter. Restored to 3 Corners of Bowl. Retails at Over £2000.00 pounds. Please See Photo.
A French stoneware flambe part coffee service, two Royal Doulton luster shallow bowls, a Sadler pottery ginger jar with cover, Royal Crown Derby pin dish, and oval meat plate, graduated pair of water jugs, etc.
Three Royal Crown Derby limited edition royal related paperweights - Queen Mother's Crown No.381/950, Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Crown No.381/950 and Queen Elizabeth II Coronation Orb No.381/950 Condition:
An 18thC blue marked Derby bowl, c.1775, decorated with a band of Smith blue and white flowerheads, with red and yellow ribbons below a dentil gilt rim with painted floral sprays below, marked blue crown over D mark, 15cm dia.
An early 19thC Derby porcelain campana vase, c.1800, of campana form, decorated with panels of summer flowers, broken by gilt scrolls and flower heads, on a white ground, on circular foot, crowned crossed batons mark in red, 16cm H.
Ten copies of various reference works relating to Derby porcelain, including Pegg (William), Fine China Painters and The Derby China Work, catalogues of china by Haslem, Old Crown Derby China Works and The King Street Factory 1849-1935, The Anthony Hoyle catalogue, The 1st Supplement To The Marks on Chelsea-Derby and three Derby Porcelain International Society Journals nos. 1, 5 and 7. (10)
Four early 19thC Derby porcelain coffee cans and saucers, 1810-1835, one with kidney shaped handle decorated with gold ferns on a Smith blue ground red mark, c.1810, ditto with a square handle, 7cm H, another Derby coffee can and saucer decorated with a band of blue and gilt grapes and vines with a simple loop handle, gilder no.47, 6cm H, another Derby coffee cup and saucer decorated with a gilt scrolling ...