This is a Derby (Mid Bloor Period) porcelain trio consisting of a tea cup, coffee can and saucer c.1806-25. It is in the “London shape”. It is decorated in pattern no. 19, a lovely floral leaf and vine pattern and rich gilding. The Derby red mark (Painted mark with Crown above crossed batons and D below) is on the cup and the can. Provenance: Marc-James Museum DO293.
New Hall Porcelain Tea Bowl & Saucer : Unmarked Origin : English Colour : Polychrome Pattern : Number 241 Features : Sinusoidal red dotted line intersecting a line of leaves and flowers, large central floral spray
This is a Coalport London shape teacup, coffee cup and saucer, unmarked in a hard grayish body decorated on the outside with a wide grey stripe surrounded by gilded stripes and a lovely gilded band of leafy vine.
A EARLY WORCESTER HEXAGONAL COFFEE CUP C.1756 / 58 £146 SCROLL HANDLE,THE CUP PAINTED WITH FLOWERS ORIENTAL VASES AND INSECTS WITH A INNER CROSS HATCHED BORDER UNMARKED FOR A SIMILIAR TEA BOWL AND SAUCER IN THIS EARLY PATTERN SEE WORCESTER PORCELAIN BY S SPERO IN THE ZORENSKY COLLECTION PAGE 94 FIG 47.CONDITION CRACKED AND CHIPPED AND REPAIRED BY COPPER RIVETS O/A SISE 2 1/8 TH INCHES TALL
New Hall Fluted Porcelain Tea Bowl & Saucer : Unmarked Origin : English Colour : Puce and gilt Pattern : Pattern 94 Features : Fluted form. A Band of magenta swags and gilt pendants set between black lines and a dentil border.