This Worcester, "Flight & Bar" cup and saucer is in the beautiful "Queen Charlotte" or "whorl" Pattern, named to honor Queen Charlotte when she bought a service for Royal use during the reign of George 111.
Condition: excellent Height: 3 inches
Schofield "Baltimore Rose" 2 engraved back salad forks. Priced each. Two available
Decorative biscuit tins were a marketing tool for biscuit makers during the turn of the twentieth century. A much sought after Huntley & Palmers tin and most unusual as it is the only biscuit tin with a date printed on it. Look for the date on the spine of the almanac. Page 100 in the Franklin Book.
This putty colored oval lava cameo brooch is set in silver gilt. Condition: excellent
5 engraved back teaspoons, each. You can buy by the piece. Visit our web site to see other pieces in this pattern.
Condition: excellent Height: 6 inches
Mason's ironstone platter in a design influenced by Meissen, 10" X 12", circa 1820. We have a pair if you want two. each.
Condition: excellent Height: 12 inches Width: 10 inches
This Victorian, 9K yellow gold snake link ladies watch chain is quite thick and has a wonderfully sensuous feel to it. Wear it with a watch, a magnifier or even a large locket. Condition: Excellent
Spode pearlware cup & saucer in the Chrysanthemum pattern c1820.
Condition: excellent Height: 5.5 inches
Jewelry depicting forms of nature were in vogue during the late Georgian and early Victorian period. Foil backed colorful paste bugs or beetles set in silver were costume jewelry of their day. This charming beetle set in silver is circa 1840.
Condition: excellent Height: 0.75 inch
A signet ring of hair and 9 K gold, engraved with "EP" and hallmarked 1848. Size 7.
This Lava brooch, set in a 12K gold bezel is an unusual color, dark green, c. 1880, 1 3/8" x 1 5/8", $ 1465. Condition: excellent Height: 1.5 inches Width: 1.25 inches
Chrysanthemum pattern sugar spoon by Stieff. Excellent condition.
Early English Victorian 15K gold drop earrings in a torpedo shape will hang gracefully over a suit or gown, day or night. They measure almost 2" long. circa 1860
Lovely ornately chased 18K gold Georgian memorial ring dedicated to Queen Caroline of Brunswick. She was married to the future George the IV who was already married illegally to Maria Fitzherbert. Nine months after the wedding Caroline had a child, Princess Charlotte of Wales, and she and George separated. She was very popular in England and George was despised for his immoral behavior. When she died memorial rings were made for the court with the inscription: "In Memory of Caroline of Brunswick...
Bold Victorian buckle ring set with two diamonds and hallmarked Birmingham 1899. The clean and simple design of the ring makes is wearable for women or men and can be shared. Buckle rings were popular in the Victorian era as the symbol for the Order of the Garter which the Queen wore on her arm. This ring is a size 10 1/2 and measures 3/8" at its widest.
Lovely early Victorian gold and silver eternity band set with garnets and pearls. The interior is engraved with the owners name, Rosine Bennet. The ring is a size 8 and measures 3/16 in width.
Early Victorian memorial band in 18K gold and decorated in an azure or cerulean blue enamel, an unusual color rarely found in rings of this type. The outer band says "IN MEMORY OF". The interior is inscribed "Catherine Beer obt June 13 1837 aet 63". The ring also has the 18K hallmark for London 1836. The ring is a size 8 1/2.
Magnificent Georgian five stone ring set with old European cut diamonds in 15K gold. The diamonds have a total weight of 6 carats. The overall color ranges from I to J with an SI 2 rating. The stones in this ring are an unusually large size for this period. The ring size is 7 1/2 and it measures 1/4" at its widest.
Georgian 18K yellow gold "fede" ring of clasped hands and plaited hair. The clasped hands are a symbol of fidelity and commitment and were often used on wedding bands. This ring is between a size 4 3/4 and 5 and measures 3/8" wide.
of life, emblazoned with golden leaves, rises from the green earth, against the bluest sky. A gilded fence protects it from a field of wheat and a halo of orange flowers crowns its glory. One of the most beautiful of Coalport's Imari influenced designs it is rarely seen. It would enhance any collection of porcelain if not becoming the star attraction.
Classical pair of Jackfield Ware candlesticks with turquoise colored Roman figures on a black background. This pottery was first made at Jackfield, Shropshire, England, in the 18th century with a red clay body often decorated in relief and distinguished especially by its thick black glaze. These elegant candlesticks date to 1860 and would grace a mantle or dining room table.
Bold Newhall floral porcelain oval dish with cobalt background. The dish measures 11" long by 8" wide. There are two available.
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Derby Porcelain "King" Pattern Porter Mug
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Derby Porcelain "King" Pattern Porter Mug
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Derby porcelain spill vase in the Brocade pattern, one of the rarest, hardest to find, desirable and beautiful patterns made. The pattern was made for the Persian market of the period, c1810. The vase measures 3 1/2" high by 2 1/4" in diameter.
Delightful Bilston bonbonniere in the shape of a lion. These enamel on copper boxes were used to hold small hard sugar candies. This adorable lion measures approximately 2" in diameter and 1 1/4" high.
Blue Willow pattern scent bottle with silver gilt cap by Sampson Mordan. The silver is marked with the year mark for 1885. This scent is a large size measuring 2 1/4" in diameter. A wonderful addition to a scent collection or a collection of blue
Delightful Victorian "imari" pattern scent bottle with a gilded silver cap which is stamped with the hallmarks for London 1888. The bottle is 2" wide, 2 3/8" hight and 1/2" deep.
Royal Worcester porcelain scent bottle decorated in the style of Japanese Satsuma. The design features a Geisha and a fish on one side and a lady with a fan on the other. The silver CAP is stamped with the hallmarks for Birmingham, England, 1891. The pieces measures: 2 1/4" high by 1 7/8" wide by 1/2" deep.
Unusual Victorian porcelain scent bottle in the shape of a clam shell. The silver lid is stamped with the hallmarks of Sanders and Shepherd and the date letter for 1889. The bottle is 2" high by 1 1/2" wide and 1 1/4" at its deepest.
Brilliant early Victorian deep cobalt blue Vauxhall glass oval earrings. Vauxhall glass jewelry was made from mirrored glass at the Vauxhall Glassworks in London from the 1700's through the mid 1800's and sold at the nearby Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens. They were known for their intense colors and reflective mirror-like glass. These earrings measure 1" long by 1/2" at their widest.
Elegant early Victorian Vauxhall Glass leaf form earrings. The clear mirrored glass will glitter and glimmer with every step you take whether on the dance floor or parading down the street on a sunny day. The earrings measure 2 1/4" long by 3/4" at their widest.
Fantastic Georgian 18K gold drop earrings beautifully hand engraved with an elegant floral motif. These impressive earrings measure 3" long and 1/2" at their widest. Definitely a one of a kind!
Dramatic Victorian pinchbeck top and drop earrings also called day/night earrings. The drops can easily be removed and the tops worn alone. Then the drops can be return for an evenings night on the town. Pinchbeck is an alloy developed by Christopher Pinchbeck in the 18th century. It is a form of brass, an alloy of copper and zinc, mixed in proportions so that it closely resembles gold in appearance. It never tarnishes. In its time it was worn by women when they traveled so as not to put their p...
Striking Victorian banded agate earrings set in 15K gold. The brown and black tones make them wearable with any color. The earrings measure 1" in diameter and date to 1890.
Stunning early 19th Century Berlin Iron earrings with a floral motif which is highlighted with polished steel. Berlin Iron was sought after by Napoleon who invaded German and captured the factory, confiscated the molds and took them back to France in 1806. Today this unique and fascinating jewelry is as prized as it was back then. The earrings measure 2 1/2" long and 3/4" at their widest.