Minor paint and gilding wear.
Gilding and paint wear. Early red Derby mark, circa Item may be collected for cash only from Belper, Derbyshire.
We have several pieces of Derby Imari listed, each with its individual photographs and condition report. Two fingers on the hand with the rope around it are a different colour to the rest of the hand, possible restoration. It dates from the late 18C. Fine crazing to all pieces. Feint hairline crack in the base of the Cup final picture.
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Glaze faults and wear. The sheep has restoration to the neck and bocage area. The ram has a tiny chip on the base.
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Both have losses to the bocage. Dating from around Not visible on the upper side. A lovely Derby teapot stand in good condition. Printed Gothic-style marks introduced conunteract the carelessly drawn marks; c. Right Pseudo-Meissen mark occasionally seen on late Bloor; c. Royal Crown Derby c. Wartime mark in dark green c.
From , roman numerals have been used - the only exception being the , which had a special mark of two interlaced 'M's. Read articles and references: Among the fine painters who worked at King Street were Sampson Hancock, who specialised in flowers, shells and birds; Fredrick Chivers, fruit and flowers; W. Ratclifee, George Jessop, F. The lady to her neck, arms, basket and mauve shawl area. Early red Derby mark, circa Item may be collected for cash only from Belper, Derbyshire.
The lady has a dog on her lap. They are beautifully gilded and painted.
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Derby red painted mark. Minor paint and gilding wear. Gilding and paint wear. Here we have a delightful Royal Crown Derby coffee set decorated in the Imari pattern number The production mark dates this set to The underside is missing one edge.
Both have early marks in red dating to no later than Rare pieces sold as a pair. A large early Derby soup bowl marked to back of dish.
Has a pale peach ground with beautiful gilt decoration. The bowl and back of dish has some staining.
No chips or cracks. The sheep has restoration to the neck and bocage area. The ram has a tiny chip on the base. Both have losses to the bocage.
Dating from around A good example of early Derby for the discerning collector. No cracks, crazing or repairs just significant age related wear and a chip to the standing rim underneath the plate. A fine antique Bloor Derby porcelain hand painted 'Roses'. Two fingers on the hand with the rope around it are a different colour to the rest of the hand, possible restoration. It dates from the late 18C.