Antique Porcelain

Using antique porcelain for everyday use is a great way to add warmth and history to any interior. We have a large selection of porcelain from France and England that you’ll love to use and admire daily. French Old Pairs dinner services are a top seller and mix perfectly with the dishes you already use. We have simple styles, some that are monogramed and others in the cornflower pattern. You’ll find dinner plates, salad plates, bowls, tureens, gravy boats, serving dishes and meat platters. Ironstone soup tureens and hand painted Ashworth Brothers. Most of our porcelain dishes are hand painted or transferware. Antique English Majolica, English Staffordshire, French Faience, French Barbotine and oyster plates.

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  • Vintage Hand Painted China Tea Set

    $2,350.00

    3.50"H x 10.50"W x 9.13"D

    Dimensions: 3-½”H x 10-½”W x 9-⅛”D

    A beautiful set of three hand painted dishes to add a touch of sophistication to tea time! The elevated bowl measures 3-½”H x 8-⅞” Diameter and the matching plates measure 1-⅝”H x 10-½”W x 9-⅛”D. A vibrant bouquet of delicately painted flowers in the center with intricate designs of gold on the rim. Each dish has wonderful scalloping details on the rim. Some gold has worn with time and use, few other signs of wear are visible. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look!

  • English 19th Century Ironstone 4 Piece Service

    $175.00

    6"H x 14"W x 10"D

    Dimensions: 6”H x 14”W x 10”D

    This lovely English four piece ironstone service was manufactured between 1880-1890 by W.H Grindley & Co. Stamped in red on the back with the maker’s name; the location of the factory, Tunstall in Staffordshire; the collection, Spring; and stock number 51058. The platter and metal stand measure 2”H x 14”W x 10”D. The creamer measures 6”H x 3”W x 5-½”D. The smaller compote is 4”H x 6”W X 4-½”D and the larger measures 6”H x 6-½”W x 3-½”D. All are decorated with a delicate floral motif using a light brown color. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at the details and condition!

  • French Vintage Porcelain Vase

    $215.00

    9"H x 7.25"W x 3.50"D

    Dimensions: 9”H x 7-¼”W x 3-½”D

    This charming vintage vase has some great neoclassical details. A large flower shape forms the top edge of the vase and the sides with red paint accentuating the forms. A colorful portrait with a gold perimeter graces the center of the vase. This would be perfect for flowers or simply a decor item. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at the neat details.

  • French Vintage Serving Bowl

    $215.00

    4.50"H x "W x 14"D

    Dimensions: 4-½”H x 14”D

    A vintage porcelain serving bowl with faux marble and greek key design. It’s perfect as a fruit bowl or simply a decor piece. Surrounding the red greek key design are rows of more delicate detail. The bottom is stamped with the French company crest. Make sure to view the detailed images.

  • English Pair of Staffordshire Dogs

    $725.00

    10.25"H x 6.50"W x 4.50"D

    Dimensions: 10-¼”H x 6-½”W x 4-½”D

    This lovely pair of Staffordshire Dogs are named so for the area in England they originate. Two seated King Charles Spaniel dogs with delicate detail throughout; gold and rust colored fur, a black chain leash, and worn gold collar with a lock. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look!

  • English Early 20th Century Ironstone Dairy Pitcher

    $350.00

    5.63"H x 7.13"W x 4.88"D

    Dimensions: 5-⅝”H x 7-⅛”W x 4-⅞”D

    A wonderful early 20th century white ironstone pitcher, from Staffordshire, England, circa 1920. Having raised stripes that encircle the vessel, this mono-chromed white pitcher will add a touch of rustic sophistication to any room. It would be a welcomed addition to your coffee service. Stamped Lord Nelson Pottery.

  • Pair of English Early 20th Century Ironstone Dairy Pitchers

    $450.00

    5.75"H x 7"W x 5"D

    Dimensions: 5-¾”H x 7”W x 5”D

    A darling pair of ironstone dairy pitchers, made in Staffordshire, England circa 1920. The pitchers have a wonderful banded design that provides an elevated sophistication without a hint of pretentiousness. They are simply delightful and would make a special addition to your coffee service. The pitchers have a crackled finish throughout and a slight discoloration that provides the crocks with a distinctly unique patination. 

  • Pair of English 19th Century Staffordshire Ironstone Plates

    $135.00

    .88"H x "W x 8.63"D

    Dimensions: ⅞”H x 8-⅝”Diameter

    This is a beautiful pair of Staffordshire China Ironstone plates in Cotton Plant pattern produced around the mid-1800s.  The blend of cotton plants, flowers and leaves came to be known as the “Cotton Plant Pattern”, and is so marked on the back of the plate.  See detailed pictures for condition.

  • Set of Five 19th Century Barbotine Grape Plates

    $275.00

    1.13"H x "W x 8.25"D

    Dimensions: 1-⅛”H x 8-¼”Diameter

    A delightful set of plates with grape and grape leaf motifs.  Each plate has a nice off-white color background, and shaped edge formed from the repeating pattern around the plate’s perimeter.  See detailed pictures for condition.

  • French Syracuse China 132-Piece Parcel Dinner Service

    $2,600.00

    6"H x 12"W x 8.75"D

    Dimensions: 6”H x 12”W x 8-¾”D

    This fine, O.P. Co. Syracuse porcelain 132-piece service has the Dent family coat of arms as part of the gilt design on most of the pieces along with a unique gilt banding on all the pieces.

    This service consists of:

    11 Dinner Plates – 1”H x 10-⅛”Diameter

    12 Luncheon Plates – ⅞”H x 9-⅝”Diameter

    9 Salad Plates – ¾”H x 8”Diameter

    9 Soup Bowls – 1-⅜”H x 8-¾”Diameter

    24 Large Saucers – ⅞”H x 5-½”Diameter

    12 Medium Saucers – ⅝”H x 5-⅛”Diameter

    10 Small Saucers – ⅝”H x 4-⅛”Diameter

    12 Sherbert Cups – 2-¾”H x 3-¾”Diameter

    10 Consommé Bowls – 2-⅛”H x 5-⅛”W x 3-½”D

    9 Cups – 2-⅛”H x 4-¼”W x 3-½”D

    7 Demitasses – 2”H x 2-⅞”W x 2-¼”D

    1 Large Oval Platter – 1-¼”H x 17-⅞”W x 13”D

    1 Medium Oval Platter – 1-¼”H x 15-¾”W x 11-½”D

    1 Oval Bowl – 2-⅛”H x 9-⅞”W x 7-¾”D

    2 Small Bowls with Handles and Lids – 4-½”H x 10”W x 8-⅜”D

    1 Large Bowl with Handles – 4-⅛”H x 11-¼”W x 9-⅛”D

    1 Gravy Boat – 3-⅛”H x 7-½”Diameter

  • French 19th Century Majolica Plate | Basket

    $225.00

    3.63"H x 12.25"W x 10.38"D

    Dimensions: 3-⅝”H x 12-¼”W x 10-⅜”D

    French Provincial charm pours out of this delightful 19th century antique wire basket that features a vividly-colored majolica plate that serves as the basket’s bowl. The plate is blue and green in color and depicts grape leaves, vines, tendrils and a couple colorful clusters of their fruit. The wire basket has twisted handles and little looped feet that lift it slightly. This decorative antique could be set out for display or hung on the wall. 

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    English 19th Century Majolica Thistle Pitcher

    $395.00

    8"H x 6.75"W x 5.5"D

    Dimensions: 8″ H x 6 3/4″ W x 5 1/2″ D

    A fabulous majolica pitcher from 19th century England. The vessel has a glazed interior that is pink in color. The cream-colored exterior is emblazoned with a sprig of thistle, one on each side. The thistle is the national emblem of Scotland, England’s Northern neighbor.

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    English 19th Century Small Majolica Floral Pitcher

    $195.00

    6"H x 5.88"W x 4.38"D

    Dimensions: 6″ H x 5 7/8″ W x 4 3/8″ D

    A diminutive majolica pitcher, made in England circa 1880. The piece features friendly flowers and foliate details that form the pitcher’s spout. This antique vessel would make a wonderful vase for a smaller arrangement of freshly-cut flowers.

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    English 19th Century Majolica Floral Bowl

    $195.00

    2"H x 9.5"W x 9.38"D

    Dimensions: 2″ H x 9 1/2″ W x 9 3/8″ D

    Beautiful pink flowers accompany a large central leaf to create the design for this fabulous majolica bowl from 19th century England. A twig creates a handle of sorts, a decoration commonly seen with English majolica. This bowl is ideally sized to function as a vide poche for keys, coins, etc. or to be hung on the wall as a decorative object.

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    English 19th Century Majolica Bird’s Nest Pitcher

    $550.00

    8.38"H x 6.5"W x 5.75"D

    Dimensions: 8 3/8″ H x 6 1/2″ W x 5 3/4″ D

    A lovely 19th century English majolica pitcher depicting a nest, filled with hatchlings, as their mother returns with a meal. The nest rests on a flowering branch. The branch motif is also found in the pitcher’s handle.

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    French Limoges 92-Piece Parcel Dinner Service

    $995.00

    "H x "W x "D

    A rather large dinner service, perfect for gatherings. Made in Limoges, France and stamped with the classic Limoges markings. This cheerful transferware pattern is classic and colorful with hand painted gold gilt rims. 

     

    36 Dinner plates 10”diameter 

    35 luncheon / salad plates 8 ¾” diameter 

    12 Soup bowls 9 ½” diameter 

    1 Large pedestal 6”H x 10 ¼” diameter 

    2 Pedestals 5 ⅜”H x 9” diameter 

    1 Short pedestal 2 ⅜”H x 9” diameter 

    1 Platter 16” x 11 ⅛”

    1 Platter 14” x 9 ¾” 

    1 Covered dish 6 ¾”H x 13 ¼” x 7 ¼”

    1 Covered dish 4 ¾”H x 11 ½” x 6 ⅝”

    1 Covered gravy dish 4 ¾”H x 9 ⅜” x 6 ¼” 

  • Early 20th Century French Porcelain Tureen

    $350.00

    12.25"H x 12"W x 10"D

    Dimensions: 12-1/4″H x 12″W x 10″D

    A beautiful glazed, white ironstone tureen with a pedestal base that is perfect for serving guests soups, stews, and gumbos.  Its glazed-white finish gleams in the light and adds to the piece’s overall appeal. A styled bell pepper provides a handle for the pot’s lid. Complete with two ornate handles and close-fitting lid, this intrinsically beautiful vessel will take your dinner gathering to the next level.

  • Early 20th Century French Porcelain Tureen

    $325.00

    10"H x 11"W x 8.5"D

    Dimensions: 10″H x 11″W x 8-1/2″D

    A lovely white-glazed porcelain soup tureen, with styled lid, from France. The lid features a handle that is made in the form of an artichoke. The brilliant white finish is clean and unblemished, ideal for serving soups, stews, or gumbos. Two handles are fashioned onto the sides with acanthus embellishments. The vessel rests on a pedestal base. With its subtle styling, this antique dish is intrinsically beautiful: both on and off the table.

  • Pair of French Early 20th Century Barbotine Planters

    $795.00

    8.63"H x 8.38"W x 8.75"D

    Dimensions: 8-5/8″H x 8-3/8″W x 8-3/4″D

    A friendly pair of brightly-colored barbotine planters, made in France at the beginning of the 20th century. The pair are each fashioned like a boarded crate, with a swallow perched in front of reeds, pussy willows, and other green foliage. The glazes used are vivid, in bright cobalt blue, greens and a red-finished interior. They are lifted by styled branch feet.

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    French 19th Century Barbotine Ceramic Asparagus Dish

    $550.00

    3.25"H x 16"W x 10"D

    Dimensions: 3-1/4″H x 16″W x 10″D

    French two-handled ceramic barbotine asparagus dish of vibrant colors, c. 1870’s.  A favorite delicacy of Madame de Pompadour, asparagus or “points d’amour”  became de rigéur at the dinner table during the 18th century and continuing into the English Victorian era. The word “barbotine” refers to the thin clay paste used for making ceramic decorations in low relief.

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    English 19th Century Staffordshire “Hen-on-Nest” Covered Serving Dish

    $350.00

    6.75"H x 8.875"W x 6.375"D

    Dimensions: 6-3/4″H x 8-7/8″W x 6-3/8″D

     English Staffordshire “hen-on-nest” covered serving dish. Beautiful coloration on a terracotta base, c. 1880. View photos for more detail.
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    French 19th Century Barbotine Ceramic Asparagus Dish

    $550.00

    3.25"H x 15"W x 9.75"D

    Dimensions: 3-1/4″H x 15″W x 9-3/4″D

    French ceramic barbotine asparagus dish of vibrant colors with handles and attached tray, c. 1870’s.  A favorite delicacy of Madame de Pompadour, asparagus or “points d’amour”  became de rigéur at the dinner table during the 18th century and continuing into the English Victorian era. The word “barbotine” refers to the thin clay paste used for making ceramic decorations in low relief.

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    English 19th Century Staffordshire Figural Clock

    $150.00

    9.375"H x 6.5"W x 2"D

    Dimensions: 9-3/8″H x 6-1/2″W x 2″D

     English Staffordshire Clock, c. late 1800’s. It’s always 8:00 here! Featuring a pair of Highland gentlemen and a resting doe.
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    English 19th Century Staffordshire “Three Graces” Watch-Holder

    $150.00

    11.25"H x 8"W x 3.25"D

    Dimensions: 11-1/4″H x 8″W x 3-1/4″D

     A most attractive and well-colored 19th century antique Victorian Staffordshire watch-holder figural group, c. 1860-1890. The Three Graces, Faith, Hope and Charity are here represented as three women, each dressed in bodice, long skirt and scarf, two standing and one kneeling, their heads supporting the watch-holder.

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    French 19th Century Hand-Painted Plate

    $95.00

    1.25"H x 8.5"W x 8.5"D

    Dimensions: 1-1/4″H x 8-1/2″Diameter

    A stunning hand-made French plate, c.1850’s, with hand-painted glaze.

  • French 19th Century 102-Piece Floral Dinner Service

    $3,850.00

    "H x "W x "D

    Dimensions: 3-1/4″H x 19-3/8″W x 13-1/4″D

    A wonderful 102-piece transferware dinner service from Paris, France. Stamped on the bottom of each piece is ‘Chapelle Paris Medaille 1844, 19 Boult des Italians’

    Consisting of forty dinner plates, 9-1/2″dia.; twenty-two salad plates, 8-1/4″dia.; thirteen soup bowls, four short pedestal serving dishes, one large tall pedestal serving dish, two small tall pedestal serving dishes, one large soup-tureen, one small soup tureen, one small soup-tureen without lid, one serving bowl, 11″dia.; one serving bowl, 10-3/8″dia.; one oval meat platter, 19-1/4″w.; one  oval platter, 15-3/8″w.; one oval platter, 13-1/4″w. one platter, 13-1/4″dia.; one platter, 12-1/4″dia.; one platter, 11-1/8″dia.; one platter, 10-1/2″; one cream-pitcher, one sugar, one gravy-boat, one tea-pot (has a broken knob on the top lid & spout is broken).

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    English 19th Century Staffordshire “Prince of Wales and Princess Royal” Watch Holder

    $450.00

    11"H x 9"W x 3.25"D

    Dimensions: 11″H x 9″W x 3-1/4″D

    Staffordshire “Prince of Wales and Princess Royal” Watch Holder, c. 1870-1890.

Using antique porcelain for everyday use is a great way to add warmth and history to any interior. We have a large selection of porcelain from France and England that you’ll love to use and admire daily. French Old Pairs dinner services are a top seller and mix perfectly with the dishes you already use. We have simple styles, some that are monogramed and others in the cornflower pattern. You’ll find dinner plates, salad plates, bowls, tureens, gravy boats, serving dishes and meat platters. Ironstone soup tureens and hand painted Ashworth Brothers. Most of our porcelain dishes are hand painted or transferware. Antique English Majolica, English Staffordshire, French Faience, French Barbotine and oyster plates.
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