8 item(s) found:

These items are not for sale and the descriptions, images and prices are for reference purposes only.

A significant Coalport comport with the Mcauliffe Family crest, 1805-10, by James Donovan of Dublin, decorators and retailers, decorated in the French manner to three shaped reserves with pairs of brightly coloured birds in landscapes upon a lavishly gilt

A pair of Coalport campana vases, circa 1810, French artist decorated, James Donovan of Dublin Studio, cobalt ground vases ornately decorated with three shaped panels of colourful birds in landscapes, with floral sprays, sprigs and profuse gilding; pattern

A Coalport moulded edge cup and saucer, circa 1820, pattern 2/95, the pembroke shaped duo well decorated with a floral border in orange, plum and blue colours upon a soft lemon ground, with gilt enrichments and borders; gilt pattern numbers underside; shap

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 Coalbrookdale floral encrusted vase, together with a Minton flower encrusted vase and cover, and a cornucopia flower encrusted vase. 20 cm high, 16 cm cornucopia 11 cm

A Coalport floral encrusted vase, 1830, a baluster shaped Coalbrookdale vase in the rococo manner with upswept foliate handles, a pierced neck and a scrolled rim, with floral reserves of spring and summer bunches by Dixon and various applied flowers, with

A pair of Coalbrookdale style cornucopia vases early 19th century. Very possibly by Coalport or Minton. Height 12 cm

A Coalbrookdale style, porcelain miniature tea set Consisting of: sugar bowl and lid, cream jug, cup and saucer and tea pot, early 19th century. Very possibly by Minton or Coalport. Some pieces with blue painted initials 'Cd' or 'Gd'. (minor damage)