Dating royal doulton character jugs
The item was made by the famous Wade pottery,and is in perfect condition,showing various views of Castles etc.A beautiful item & not that easy to find.£58Set of 3 Victorian jugs that are truly superb. This is a beautiful little porcelain mug,only 2.8inches tall and made by William Lowe of Staffordshire to celebrate Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee in 1897. Here we have a beautiful 1850 vase on plinth,showing elaborate panels of peacocks.
As you can see the old Summer Roses garlands are on each jug,with a smaller pattern on the back.There is a 20th century red label underneath,and we would date these at 1920-30. Super Imari colours,would look wonderful with a bunch of flowers on display. We have a matching pair of these very fine vases,they are in great condition with no cracks or chips. The post will be £15They were made in late Victorian times by Allertons,the well known potters.The jug is perfect for c1875,no damage at all and clean as a pin. They are 10.5 inches tall,and the panels are prettily painted with rosepanels all around the vases.,with plenty of lavish gold plated edged patterns. The tallest Toby is over 9 inches and very impressive,so they would look splendid out on show on a window shelf,dresser etc.The condition is very good,and these vases are a proper matching pair.They measure 10inches tall and would look elegant in any room. Handsome pair of copper lustre jugs with a blue,figures band in relief. There is a small old chip on the rim of one jug and on the other there is a small slither chip,as you can see they display beautifully with no cracks or repairs.. For sale at £43 the pair,including post in the UK.. Whoever buys these will be pleased Very nice large Victorian jug in beautiful condition.Lovely set of large graduated late Victorian jugs in outstanding condition.
The jugs are large,capacious and really make a statement.
There is no damage and no restoration,also no staining.
They would be strong enough to use for floral decoration etc.,£195 the set.
With best wishes, Really lovely Victorian Staffordshire Comforter Spaniels,made in Staffordshire c1875. Classic moulding,first class,showing a hunting scene. The lid is perfect with no buckling and the handle is a great shape too. They can sit on our home dresser until sold :) £120 the pair. SHE IS QUITE TALL 10 INCHES WITH NO FADE OF COLOURS AS YOU CAN SEE.
These dogs are 15inches tall,so a good size and they have the most lovely expressions,that will enhance any room with their Victorian elegance. She may have been used as a mantel spill,as there has been a basket on her back that has been knocked off,however it does not spoil the figure on display as you cannot see it. Very nice intense flow blue Ringtons tea/biscuit caddy in celebration of the Millenium.
It is a good sized object,about 13 inches across and high. This is one of the finest Silver Lustre teapots we have had over the years as it is very neat in size,not heavy and not cumbersome as most are,it also has an excellent covering of silver lustre with no rubbing. This item is so unusual as it also is a money box,and,as the only way to remove the money would be by smashing the item,that is why this is so rare as obviously not many survived. The edge of the plate is scalloped and the condition is very good. Fine matching pair of Staffordshire plates in excellent condition -- Intensely Flow Blue.