Dating minton plates
Dating minton plates
In their latter days the King granted them a pension as they had little money of their own. It is the same pale green background as the encrusted cherub clock above, The maker would have been Volkstadt Dresden of Germany. I would say it was made in one of the better German porcelain factories in c1890. The stamp of the famous Ernst Wahliss is also included.
Many well known people stayed at the house with them including poets such as Wordsworth and Josiah Wedgwood,the Duke of Wellington etc. She was made in Austria c 1890 by the high class Turn Wien Depose porcelain factory.We have thousands of items in stock from over 80 manufacturers, with patterns from the 1960s onwards.You can browse by manufacturer below, or use the search bar at the top of the page.The marking on each piece reads "fine bone china - crown -est (picture of a crown) 1801 - (two backward E's, overlapping at top and touching at bottom), Staffordshire, Made in England.Please do you have any idea if this set has any value?The ladies hand touching the basket is missing and the finger tips of the other hand. The backstamp is the green Komaru,also characters in red. Unfortunately the item has damage,you can see the inner arm of the bottom cherub is missing. The jug for cream or milk is a nice size about 4inches.
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.Thanks, Tina=========================================Reply by Peter (admin)To:- Crown Staffordshire Pottery Marks - Antique Bone China Query Hi Tina Thanks for the valuation request.Without submitting a photo of the set and especially the Pottery Mark it is very hard to give you any information .If you have china you would like to sell to us, you can send a list of items to our Purchasing Team, who will assess whether any of our customers are looking for the items you have offered. We can only collect items from the UK Mainland, and will only accept items that meet our quality guidelines - please read our Selling Guide for more information.Start Selling If you are looking for replacement items for your china collection, you are in the right place.Or these links will take you to all the china patterns in your choice of colour.