Regency Ceramics

English Porcelain c.1770-1800




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A New Hall fluted shape, hybrid hard paste porcelain teabowl and saucer printed underglaze in blue with the Triple Willow or Twisted Tree pattern. The pieces have a gilded rim and will date from c.1795-1800.

Good condition. No damage or restoration. There is some wear to the gilding, mainly to the rim of the teabowl, as illustrated .

The teabowl is 3.2 inches wide and 1.8 inches tall. The saucer has a diameter of 5.2 inches.


Worcester teabowl and saucer 1775- 80 transfer printed in blue with the Three Flowers pattern. Marked with the Worcester shaded crescent.

The teabowl is 3 inches (7.5cm) wide and 1.75 inches (4.4cm) tall and the saucer 4.7 inches (12cm) wide. The tea bowl and saucer weigh 130g.

Good condition. The teabowl has a shallow chip to the edge of the rim around 0.05 inches in size. The saucer has dirt in the glaze around the rim, as illustrated. There is a little wear from normal usage.



John Rose Coalport Banana Tree Pattern Trio c.1800

Excellent condition.


A Caughley square dessert dish decorated with underglaze blue and gilt flowers. The base of the dish has the uncommon impressed SALOPIAN mark. Godden in Caughley and Worcester states that both this mark and the similar impressed `Salopian' mark are uncommon. Made by Turner at Caughley, Shropshire and possibly gilded by Chamberlain in Worcester c.1785-90.

Good condition. No damage and no restoration. There is a little wear to the gilding, mainly on the rim, as illustrated. In a couple of areas 0.2 and 0.5 inches long the gilding has flaked away from the rim rather than been worn away, exposing rough and specked areas of the rim caused by impurities in the firing, probably the cause of the gilding not adhering as well as usual. There is a glazed firing crack about 0.1 inches long on the outside only by one of these areas. There is a light speckling of kiln dirt to the well in general.

The dish is 9 inches square wide by 1.8 inches high.


Factory Z teabowl and saucer c.1800.

Good condition, 0.5inch hairline to saucer rim.


Factory Z (Wolf-Mason?) Teabowl and Saucer Pattern 25 c.1795

Good condition. Loss of pink enamel on saucer, small star crack to side of teabowl.


Caughley teapot stand painted with dry blue and gilt flowers overglaze in the Worcester style c.1785

Good condition. Small patches of the gilding have flaked off the rim, small amount of kiln dirt.


A Worcester teabowl and saucer of new fluted shape made c.1785. The teabowl and saucer are decorated over glaze with hand painted blue and gilt floral sprays. The teabowl and saucer are unmarked, but both have 24 flutes and the distinctive soapstone porcelain body so characteristic of Worcester porcelain.

The pair are in very good condition. There is no damage and no restoration. There is a very short glaze filled firing crack to the rim of the teabowl, as illustrated. The shade of blue is slightly different between the two pieces being more of a grey-blue on the teabowl, similarly the gilding is more coppery on the teabowl – most likely caused by a difference in kiln atmosphere on firing. The gilding is very, very good with very slight wear, as illustrated. A very attractive eighteen century Worcester pair.

The teabowl is 3.1 inches wide and 1.9 inches tall. The saucer is 5.4 inches wide.


A matching round dish of saucer shape (8.4 inches wide) is also available - please enquire if interested.


A Flight Worcester shankered or spirally fluted teabowl and saucer decorated with a purple and gilt sprig pattern. The pattern is often attributed to Joseph Cottril on the basis of a signed piece. The pieces are unmarked but distinctly Worcester, manufactured c.1790-1795.

Very good condition. The gilding is very good with just minor wear to the top of the flutes.


Worcester teabowl made in the 1770s. The teabowl is decorated with blue and gilt floral sprays.

The teabowl is 3.2 inches wide and 1.8 inches tall.

The gilding on the teabowl is good with just a little wear, mainly to the motif in the bottom.


A Flight Worcester dessert dish decorated with a classic blue and gilt pattern. The dessert dish is finely potted in soapstone porcelain. The dish has a small underglaze blue crescent on the base and dates to c.1785.

The dish has a P shaped crack from the rim, looping round in the well. The total length of the crack would be around 11inches. This has been carefully glued, so the dish is solid and displays well. The gilding is good with just a little wear, as illustrated.

The dessert dish is 10.7 inches long, 8.6 inches wide by 1.9 inches tall.



Derby Yellow Ground Dessert Plate Pattern 118, Puce Painted Crowned D Mark c.1790

Good condition, some wear to gilding


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