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A French Forty Piece Partial Dinner Service Circa 1900

Laurel wreaths and ribbons frame this charming set of French ironstone. This pattern, called “Chinon”, is probably named after the ancient city of Chinon, France. Located in the Vienne River Valley, the Chateau de Chinon was the home to French kings during the 14th and 15th centuries. This set of dinner, salad, and soup plates

Price: $975.00
A French Forty Piece Partial Dinner Service Circa 1900 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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A Monumental White Ironstone Water Jug, England, Circa 1880

This monumental pitcher has two decorative handles, the one in front was designed to make it easier to pick up and pour from. The outside is decorated with a series of ribbed bands. It was probably used to fill a water basin or footbath. This classic piece is a wonderful way to display lots of

Price: $1,200.00
A Monumental White Ironstone Water Jug, England, Circa 1880 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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Two White Ironstone Bowls With Dotted Rims, American, Circa 1870

These two unusual open bowls have the added decorative element of elegant dotted rims. They are sometimes called potato bowls but can be used to display seasonal fruit or as a salad bowl. Smaller bowl measures 11” diameter, 2 ¼” high, the larger one is 12” diameter and 2 ½” high. ref. D-1698 & 1699

Price: $325.00
Two White Ironstone Bowls With Dotted Rims, American, Circa 1870 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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A Minton Footbath in the Trellis and Plant Pattern, England, Circa 1840

This wonderful footbath in Minton’s famous “Trellis and Plant” pattern is perfect for displaying flowers in a pot or vase. The pattern is continued on the inside which is unusual and it has two side handles. A hairline crack at one side has been repaired. ref. 7-7941 $2,800 19” wide 14” deep 8.5” high

Price: $2,800.00
A Minton Footbath in the Trellis and Plant Pattern, England, Circa 1840 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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A Pair of French Porcelain Cachepot Circa 1880

A Pair of French Porcelain Cachepot Circa 1880

This elegant pair of french cachepot, in a lovely shade of pale pink, are adorned with flowers and butterflies. The black branches, at the top and bottom, make a dramatic frame. ref. 7-7893 $650 7” high 7” diameter  

Price: $650.00
A Pair of French Porcelain Cachepot Circa 1880 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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A French Enamel Bowl and Pitcher With Blue Stripe Detail Circa 1900

The enamel on this bowl and pitcher is a wonderful pale French blue offset by a darker blue stripe. The charming pitcher has a unique bentwood handle with decorative brass fasteners. There is some loss to the enamel here and there. ref. 7-7922 $425 Bowl: 15.5” diameter 4.5” high Pitcher: 10.5” high 9” diameter

Price: $425.00
A French Enamel Bowl and Pitcher With Blue Stripe Detail Circa 1900 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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A 19th Century English Woodbine Pattern Transferware Foot-tub

A 19th Century English Woodbine Pattern Transferware Foot-Tub

This elegant foot-tub has a chic monochromatic pattern of back and white flowers that are repeated on the interior. It has a nice early mark on the back with the pattern name, “Woodbine” and the initial "B". There are two handles which are in good condition with no repairs, however they have been touched up

Price: $1,500.00
A 19th Century English Woodbine Pattern Transferware Foot-Tub was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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An English White Ironstone Fluted Compote Circa 1870

A very pretty shape, this piece is unusual because it is ribbed on the inside and out. It is not marked, but was produced by one of the potters working in England in the late 19th century. It is in perfect condition. ref. D-1700 $340 5” high 9” diameter

Price: $340.00
An English White Ironstone Fluted Compote Circa 1870 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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A French White Ironstone Soup Tureen With Blue Stripe Circa 1900

This soup tureen has an elegant blue stripe around the lid and rim and touches of gold that remain. It is in great condition with no chips or discolorations. It is definitely ready to be the centerpiece at a festive dinner party. ref. D-1708 $375 12” high 13” diameter

Price: $375.00
A French White Ironstone Soup Tureen With Blue Stripe Circa 1900 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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An Early English Ale Jug With Lavender Transfer Decoration Circa 1800

This rare early jug has an unusual screw top that keeps the ale from spilling when traveling, and possibly kept the bubbles in! It has beautifully carved handles and subtle lavender transfer decoration. Definitely, a one of a kind piece. ref. D-1707 $650 6” high 4.5” wide

Price: $650.00
An Early English Ale Jug With Lavender Transfer Decoration Circa 1800 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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A French Ironstone Soup Tureen With Cover Circa 1850

This piece, made in Gien France, has a lovely finial in the shape of a ring. The soup tureen was often a centerpiece of many tables in France, and used for serving not only soups but stews and pastas. This piece is in good condition with no chips or breaks. ref. D-1654 $300 11” high

Price: $300.00
A French Ironstone Soup Tureen With Cover Circa 1850 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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A French White Ironstone Covered Soup Tureen Circa 1900

This traditional French soup tureen has an interesting finial depicting an artichoke. It is in good condition except for a slight discoloration on the lid inside of one pot. ref. D-1653 $325 13” high 12” diameter

Price: $325.00
A French White Ironstone Covered Soup Tureen Circa 1900 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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A French White Ironstone Soup Tureen With Acorn Finial

This French soup tureen is a nice size that is perfect for serving other items besides soup such as pastas or stews. It is in perfect condition and dates to the early 20th century. ref. D-1655 $275 11” high 10.5” diameter

Price: $275.00
A French White Ironstone Soup Tureen With Acorn Finial was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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A White Ironstone Compote in the Sydenham Pattern Circa 1870

This fabulous footed compote is highly sought after by devotees of T&R Boote for its impressive size and detailed design. It has an impressed Sydenham mark and the condition is perfect. It is a great piece to use as a centerpiece. ref. 7-7694 $850 8” high 11” diameter

Price: $850.00
A White Ironstone Compote in the Sydenham Pattern Circa 1870 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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Six White Ironstone Dinner Plates Sydenham Pattern England

These six dinner plates in the sought after Sydenham pattern are in perfect condition, except for a single tiny chip on the rim of one plate. It is unusual to find plates of this date and size. They have the impressed mark of T+R Boote, England. ref. D-1705 $650 10.5” diameter  

Price: $650.00
Six White Ironstone Dinner Plates Sydenham Pattern England was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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A Rare White Ironstone Oval Footed Server, France, Circa 1900

This oval footed server is very unusual due to its size and graceful shape. It makes a perfect centerpiece for a table. It is in perfect condition. While not marked, it is an early piece and definitely French. ref. D-1640 $975 19” wide 13” deep 5” high

Price: $975.00
A Rare White Ironstone Oval Footed Server, France, Circa 1900 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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A French Partial Dinner Service by Keller & Guérin of Lunéville Circa 1930

The pattern of this set, named “Brésil", displays stylized tropical flowers in blue. Stamped “K&G Lunéville” this service was made by the famous Lunéville faïence manufacturer, a company founded in the mid 18th century. This particular set, circa 1930, features art deco influence, and captures the feel of the country for which it gets its

Price: $950.00
A French Partial Dinner Service by Keller & Guérin of Lunéville Circa 1930 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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A Three Piece Blue and White Covered Sauceboat, The “Blind Boy”, circa 1840

This three piece sauce dish with matching under dish has decorative finials on the top and sides. The pattern is “The Blind Boy” by John and William Ridgeway, circa 1840. ref. 7-7607 $450 8” wide 6.5” high

Price: $450.00
A Three Piece Blue and White Covered Sauceboat, The “Blind Boy”, circa 1840 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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An Antique French Ironstone Pitcher with Lavender Flowers, circa 1860

This pitcher with voluptuous bouquets of lavender blossoms is marked “Jardiniere” Sarreguimines, France. ref. D-1556 B $475 10.5” high 7.5” wide

Price: $475.00
An Antique French Ironstone Pitcher with Lavender Flowers, circa 1860 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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A Pair of Purple Transferware Plates, Acropolis Pattern, circa 1840

A richly colored and excellent transfer makes these plates a very attractive pair for display. The pattern is called Acropolis and depicts the ancient Greek Ruin surrounded with an intricate floral border. The maker is unknown. The plates are in great condition. ref. 7-6422 $150ea 10’5 dia.

Price: $150.00
A Pair of Purple Transferware Plates, Acropolis Pattern, circa 1840 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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A Pair English Transferware Plates, Canova Pattern, circa 1840

A very nice pair of red and white transferware plates in the Canova Pattern depicting a classical urn with a lake in the background, by T. Mayer, Stoke on Trent, England, circa 1840. They are in excellent condition. ref. 7-4875 $150 ea. 10.5" diameter

Price: $150.00
A Pair English Transferware Plates, Canova Pattern, circa 1840 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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An English Blue and White Footed Bowl with Underdish, circa 1830

A beautiful English transferware footed bowl and under dish with a reticulated edge on both pieces and a border of flowers on the dish. The pattern is called "The Fisherman's Family" and dates to circa 1830. It is in perfect condition. ref. 7-7436 $1,200 4” high 13” long 9.5” wide

Price: $1,200.00
An English Blue and White Footed Bowl with Underdish, circa 1830 was last modified: by Clinton Downs