Doulton Lambeth stoneware Coronation jug, of ovoid form, for the Coronation of Edward VII and Queen Alexandra, decorated with roundel portraits and Art Nouveau style flowers, in tones of green, brown and cobalt, height 19 cm
Doulton Lambeth stoneware 'Queen Victoria' jug, with a early and later portrait of Queen Victoria and the words 'She Brought Her People Lasting Good', together with a Royal Doulton Queen Elizabeth Coronation jug, (2)
A Doulton Burslem cabinet ewer, hand painted with snipe in a misty landscape, reserved on a bright pink ground highlighted with gilded flowers and ferns; along with a Doulton demi-tasse cup and saucer in similar colourway.
Seven Royal Doulton 'Isaac Walton' porcelain items. 'Fishers' series by Noke, incl. Two graduated cabinet plates, one with rim chip, both crazed; three various vase jugs, one with minor rim chip, two crazed,; and two vases. D2312. Diameter
A vintage Royal Doulton character jug, 'Owd Mac', Issued 1937, designed by Harry Fenton, with registration number of the same year, 82126, known as pattern D5823, a character with a green tam o'shanter and brown collar, with a twig style handle
Royal Doulton 'Cornflower' tea setting for twelve persons comprising two square sandwich plates, two milk jugs, two sugar bowls & twelve, cup saucer, plate sets. Pattern number 'V2106'. Condition good, minor wear to the bases, hairline
Royal Doulton, commemorative jug '150th Anniversary of the Foundation of Settelment in New South Wales and the City of Sydney at Sydney Cove, Port Jackson by Captain Arthur Phillip in the Reign of King George III on January 26th 1788', Limited edit
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