Porcelain has been made in Britain for over
260 years. It would be impossible to include pages that cover everything from
West Pans to Plymouth geographically and Adams to factory Z in the alphabetic dimension,
we simply never have had the stock to populate such pages. Until as such time
arrives when we can justify adding Bow, Caughley, Dudson, Edwards, Finney and
Co and their cohorts then it will remain in one eclectic tribute to them all
A very fine and rare Longton Hall porcelain blue and white "cos lettuce" sauceboat from c1760 in excellent condition. For more antique porcelain, including a wide range of Georgian British porcelain, please visit Scottish Antiques online store.
A beautiful set of four Wedgwood bone china plates which form part of the "Bizarre Living Landscapes of Clarice Cliff" range. For more porcelain, including a wide range of antique Georgian porcelain, please visit Scottish Antiques online store.
Painted Japanese styled bird over Kakiemon style flowers. Has become known as "Jabberwocky" pattern but was first produced in 1769 over a hundred years before Lewis Carrol wrote Jabberwocky. The first appearance of the design was in a Christie's
The same design was used by Nyon, Derby, Lowestoft and several of the Liverpool factories. There is insufficient evidence fopr attribution, however, we believe that this is most probably Liverpool Herculaneum