Dating staffordshire figurines
The good news, over 90% of the prices are higher in this edition over the last, a handful are unchanged, with a small number in negative territory.
The downward price trend started in 2000 with stock markets falling on difficult times, taking the edge off collector spending.
If you contact us about this item or the partner item that will follow,we can tell you more. As the years pass,top quality porcelain candlesticks are getting harder to find. Here we have another Dresden/Volkstedt candelabra base,the partner to the aforementioned. 3 Items of Victorian bisque Porcelain, all dating approximately 1870 A./ Really nice figurine of a smartly dressed "Dandy", excellent facial features, with blue/gilt pallette.c1870.7inches tall. Pretty Victorian porcelain teapot,milk jug,sugar bowl and four cups and saucers. Excellent set with delightful scenes of Italian gardens.6 trios,jug and bowl. £58 jug and sugar bowl.please not how exceptionally nice the jug is.. Procter of Staffordshire a very good pottery of that time. These pretty tea sets must have looked so beautiful all laid out on crisp white lace cloths, when time was measured by the sedate clip clop of the elegant horse and carriage, so very far removed from our modern, day hectic lives..(Many things have improved with the passage of time ,but there again on reflection some things most certainly have not). If you like Dresden you will like this,perhaps a gift for someone who appreciates quality.. Attractive hand painted Gainsborough lady figurine standing 6inches tall.Both plates were made in Germany, as most souvenir wares were at that time.c1880. This is a very attractive teapot,so unusual to find in Noritake. The only fault is a professionally restored small chip under the spout lip.. Welsh Teaparty Jug and Bowl in such a pretty Oyster lustrous sheen, Late Victorian. The top edge is serrated and the scenes are of 5 very clear different views of our beautiful Windsor Castle - in Sepia, £24 GB pounds Cauldon china of England. The items came together and are for sale as specified below. The clock represents the exact copy of Queen Victorias travelling clock,it was commisioned in 1997 by Danbury Mint and retailed then at £200. The teapot would be a great addition for a Noritake Collector,the prettiness and elegance of this item speaks for itself.. Made as a visit to the "Seaside gift" representing seashells. We are offering the choice of 2 items for the discerning buyer of fine antique china A./ Wonderful plate by Cauldon of Staffordshire, showing a glorious colour pallete of Cornflower blue meadow cranesbill flowers, this plate has to be handled to be really appreciated as it is full of quality. A./ Beautiful small Royal Worcester teapot in perfect condition. £139 B./ Royal Worcester miniature jug, another little bit of Worcester perfection. If you want a nice classy item then look no further,the movement is quartz and it has a nice gentle tick!! Ever been fooled by a fake or a seller that didn't deliver the goods as described?At Collectics, we authenticate and stand behind everything we sell, at prices "30% below your local antique shop" according to Collectibles Guide 2010.
If you would like to own a very rare set of early English Porcelain then this is one for you. The lid forms half of his hat and the top of his head. Very pretty pair of Continental vases in a sky blue ground with pastel shaded Rose panels that are exquisite. £68 the pair Pair of very pretty souvenir Victorian Ribbon plates that are both in excellent condition. This is such a pretty set,exceptionally so, and would greatly enhance any teatable. Pretty little thing of the deepest blue glaze showing a scene of Gwbert -on-sea, a little holiday resort in the West of Wales. Made in germany in c1870 for the tourist market £35WINDSOR CASTLE. The teapot which is of a large size £69 and the covered butter plate and lid £35 Beautiful small domed WEDGWOOD porcelain clock with original box. Very nice pattern on this clock and it was expensive to buy when new. A very elegant vase about 5-6 inches tall.£35 REDUCED PRICEGorgeous neat Victorian porcelain teapot, made in Germany about 1890shows such a pretty panel of flowers, and the gold writing reads " A present from Averavon" this is a seaside town in South Wales, Great Britain. If you would like to own a very rare set of early English Porcelain then this is one for you. The caption says "3 O'Clock in the morning" So a Victorian warning to all bachelors,stay single !