A superb Flight Barr & Barr Worcester vase, 'The Minstrel', circa 1815-20, after James Beattie's poem of the same title, an urn with applied pearl borders, twin entwined snake handles, and gilt seaweed patterns, depicting the reclining minstrel, Edwin, in
A Chamberlain & Co 'Blind Earl' dessert dish, circa 1840, after a first period Worcester design, the scallop edged dish moulded in relief with rose buds, leaf patterns, butterflies and various insects in colours; unmarked, diameter 20.5 cm
A Flight & Barr Worcester figural plate, circa 1795-1800, the scallop edged plate with spiral moulding, decorated with gilt borders and swags, centred with a kneeling figure of a figure in Ottoman dress in a landscape setting, unmarked, diameter 22 cm
An exquisite yellow Flight Barr & Barr Worcester egg or coffee pedestal cup and saucer with a butterfly handle, circa 1830, a floriform cup and saucer with embellished diamond points, the cup with a view to a cartouche of a church in a landscape, script ma
A Dr Wall Worcester Japan 'Fan' pattern dish, 1753-65, a flute edged dish decorated with four semi-circular fan designs to the rim with radiating panels in green, iron red and cobalt with gilt patterns alternating with spherical motifs, centred wit
A Flight Barr & Barr Worcester Named View campana vase, circa 1820, in apple green with gadroon rims, pierced mythological figure handles and raised on a square base, finely decorated to a shaped reserve with a scene of 'Warwick Castle' viewed
A Barr, Flight & Barr Worcester shell decorated plate, circa 1807-13, from the Studio of Thomas Baxter, a plate with a broad border of vermicelli gilding and a central roundel decorated with a shell and seaweed, impressed mark and brown stamp underside
A Flight, Barr & Barr Worcester dessert service, circa 1830, comprising twenty five pieces including a pair of ice pails and sauce tureens, the ice pail 37 cm high. Provenance: Commissioned by the Puller family. Illustrated. Henry Sandon, Flight & Barr Wor
Two First period Worcester dishes and a teapot stand, circa 1770, one blue scale ground with birds of paradise and butterflies, underglaze blue square seal mark, one has blue scale ground with flowers, script mark and the hexagonal teapot stand painted wit
Two first period Worcester blue and white Soft paste porcelain tea bowls, later 18th century, a Worcester Cormorant pattern tea bowl with continuous landscape designs in the oriental manner, interior borders and gold rims and bands; and a smaller transfer
Early 19th century small spill vase, attributed to Flight Barr and Barr Worcester, with cobalt blue ground and hand painted seashell decoration, 9.5 cm high, Ref: Flight and Barr Worcester Porcelain 1783-1840 by Henry Sandon, The Antique Collector's Cl
Barr Flight & Barr Worcester dessert plate, with apricot and gilt vermicelli border, St Dennis's Priory Hants, impressed crown, c1810, 20.6 cm diameter approx. Purchased Delomosne, Kensington High St. 1976.
A possibly Flight and Barr teapot with painted vignettes. 17 cm high. A version of the shape was produced at Pinxton and Flight and Barr. Reference Robert Emerson British teapots (116-364) and reference page 227.
A fine Worcester Flight Barr & Barr porcelain campana vase, circa 1813-1840, finely painted central panel with a country scene depicting two horses and attendants against a green and gilt ground with seed-pearl border, the handles in the form of twisted br
A rare Worcester first period cup saucer and mug, circa 1757, early transfer printed 'Rural Lovers' cup and saucer unmarked, the 'King of Prussia' mug of bell form with ribbed handle embellished with portrait and military trophies, signed w
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