A Coalport Ivy encrusted vase, circa 1880s pattern number A9106, of ovoid form with an undulating gilded rim, triform leafy feet, and twig form upright bracket handles flowing onto the body, profusely decorated with applied and moulded trailing ivy leaves
A Coalport botanical plate, Baptisia Tinctoria, circa 1830, painted title, 'Baptista triflora' (sic), a moulded and scallop edged plate with pierced decoration, gilt scrolls and vegetal motifs, painted centrally with a stem of yellow Baptisia Tinct
A John rose Coalport 'Japan' Imari cabinet plate, circa 1805, the plate in 'Flower vase' pattern in the typical Imari palette of gold, iron red, blue black with accents of salmon and aqua, with a central vase with flowers design and three r
A Coalport cabinet plate decorated by Thomas Dixon, circa 1835, known Dixon pattern 3/597, a moulded and scallop edged plate with pierced decoration, gilt scrolls and vegetal motifs, painted centrally with spring blooms and foliage; unmarked. Diameter 22.5
A Coalport cup with similar saucer, early 19th century, the bute cup with a simple loop handle with military attired cupids flanking a Roman centurion upon a pillar, the saucer with an elongated figure holding a spear, decorated in matte bronze and olive c
Coalport 'Loch Lomond' vase by E.O. Ball with two beast handles, a named vignette of Loch Lomond, on a gilt decorated cobalt blue ground, pale lemon yellow & gilt decorated borders, green printed & gilt and enamel marks '7586.0 154 Ss
A Coalport 'Dragons in Compartments' cup and saucer, circa 1800-1810, also known as Bengal tiger or Kylin pattern, the tapering cup with a bracket handle and saucer in a bright apple green, iron red, blue, pink and yellow palette with gilded trims
A Coalport 'Dragons in Compartments' Sucrier, circa 1800-1810, also known as Bengal tiger or Kylin pattern, the oval sucrier with faux ring handles and a shaped dome cover and finial, in a bright apple green, iron red, blue, pink and yellow palette
A Imari patterned creamer in the manner of Coalport, circa 1805, with rubbed marks, but pattern identified as 'Japan', the tapering oval creamer of classical design with an elegant pointed looping handle decorated with stylised floral designs withi
A signed Coalport pedestal vase with cover. 1970s onwards, the urn form vase with ram's head gilded lug handles, a domed cover and pineapple finial, decorated throughout with naturalistic pears, apples and plums upon an autumnal ground, signed N. Lear;
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