Regency Ceramics

Early 19thC Including Bute and London Shapes c.1800-20


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Spode Bute shape cup and saucer pattern 1495 c.1810.

A Spode bute shape cup and saucer in a very attractive Imari pattern. The pieces are unmarked, but the handle is distinctly Spode, the saucer is marked with the pattern number 1495.

Very good condition. No damage or restoration The gilding is very, very good with just very slight wear, as illustrated.


A beautiful Coalport plate of six lobed shape from c.1810. The plate is decorated with blue ground with flowers hand painted in bright, but soft colours in the reserves. The blue ground is covered with alternating gilded stars and gilded dots. The plate is finely potted in slightly grey, hard-paste body. The plate is unmarked.

The plate is in very good condition. There is no damage or restoration. The gilding is worn to parts of the rim but generally very good on the rest of the plate, as illustrated. The ground colour is somewhat unevenly applied, as illustrated.

The plate is 8.6 inches in diameter.


Elegant Chamberlains Worcester Boat Shape Teapot c.1805

The teapot is finely potted in hard paste porcelain and strikingly decorated with a wide deep orange band enhanced by wonderful rich gilding. The lid is marked Chamberlains Worcester Warranted 418.

Good condition. The handle was broken off and has been professionally repaired to a high standard. There is also restoration where the knop has been reattached and to a small area of the inner rim (completely hidden with the lid in place). The gilding is very good, with just a little wear, as illustrated. There is a little crazing to parts of the glaze. A most attractive display piece.

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The teapot is 10.8 inches over handle and spout and is 6.3 inches tall.


New Hall Cup and Saucer Pattern 672 c.1805

A New Hall bute shaped ring handled cup and saucer c.1805. The cup and saucer are decorated with with green leaves and white flowers on an orange ground. The pattern number is 672. The cup and saucer are potted in hard paste porcelain and unmarked.

The cup is 3.3 inches wide by 2.3 inches high and the saucer is 5.5 inches wide.

The cup and saucer are in very good condition. There is no damage or restoration. The cup has a little firing distortion and is not quite round, as illustrated. There is a little wear to gilding and enamels, as illustrated.



Spode Imari Ink Stand Pattern 1645 c.1810

A very striking Spode inkstand base standing on clawed feet made c.1810-1815. The ink stand is decorated with a very rich Imari pattern, based on the very popular 967 Imari pattern. The inkstand is marked SPODE and 1645 in red enamel.

The inkstand is 9 inches long.

The inkstand is in very good condition. There is no damage or restoration. The gilding is very good, with a little wear on just a couple of small areas. Originally there would have been three little pots to stand on the rings of the stand - these unfortunately are no longer present.


John & William Ridgway London Shape Teacup and Saucer Pattern 2/615 c.1820.

Excellent condition.



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