With the increasing use of ceramic marks in the 19th century, a large proportion of English pottery and porcelain can be accurately identified and often dated.
To the collector the mark has greater importance, for not only can he trace the manufacturer of any marked object, but he can also ascertain the approximate date of manufacture and in several cases the exact year of production, particularly in the case of 19th and 20th century wares from the leading firms which employed private dating systems.
produced commemorative bone-china pieces for Queen Victoria's 1897 Diamond Jubilee, and by 1904 had earned a Royal Warrant.
Here we are offering a beautiful pair of Bisque figurines 13 inches tall. Pair of fine Dresden dishes or shallow bowls that are hand painted and gilded with floral sprays. This is a beautiful encrusted antique large porcelain egg on cabriole legs, about 9inches tall. This is a Victorian figurine of a lady on her horse.
A beautiful thing made of the finest porcelains and dating from Georgian English times,c 1820. Shows poor old mum lying in bed not well,and Dad sitting on the bed nursing the baby, The caption says it all "Twelve months after marriage". For sale £39 B./ Another smart young man dressed as a Regency Fop, showing off his fancy waistcoat and coiffered,powdered wig. Restrained decoration that somehow compliments the fine white of the china. We can also sell this elegant Victorian teaset cheaper as the whole lot Really beautiful Blush ivory Trios,consisting of Cup,saucer and plate. She is in excellent condition and was made in Japan in around 1920 for the European market.
Starting in 1842, England has offered registration of it's decorative designs for pottery, china, wood, paper, pottery, china, porcelain, glass and more.