• Wedgwood Cup 1800 - 1815 - Private Collection.

    Josiah Wedgwood (1730 -95) set up his own pottery in Burslem in 1759. From 1754 Wedgwood developed stoneware and earthenware. The most popular of which was creamware. This was a cream coloured clay body with a cream coloured glaze. The company continues today and has recently been bought by Portmerion in Wales.

    Tag size: Approx. 87mm wide x 62mm high.

    Wedgwood Cup

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    Code: T113 £2.16 Add to order
  • English Georgian Cups & Saucers - Chinese Influence. Private Collection.

    Showing 9 sets of cups and saucers.

    English Georgian Cups & Saucers - Chinese Influence.

    Wrapping Paper
    Code: WP105 £10.08
  • English Georgian Tea Cups, Coffee Cups, Coffee Cans, Jugs, a Creamer & Tea Bowls - Private Collection.

    Tea and coffee arrived in Britain in the middle of the seventeenth century. The East India Company brought delicate porcelain teapots and tea bowls from China. The growing fashion for tea drinking in mid eighteenth century inspired the British and European potters to emulate the Chinese teawares.

    Bow, Worcester, Chelsea, Pomona , Bristol, Liverpool, Caughley, Lowestoft, Longton Hall and Derby led the way but at the beginning the cups were without handles and called tea bowls.

    Georgian Tea Cups, Coffee Cups, Coffee Cans, Jugs, a Creamer & Tea Bowls

    Wrapping Paper
    Code: WP179 £10.08 Add to order
  • Georgian & Victorian Cups Decorated with Flowers - Private Collection

    1795 - 1820

    Georgian & Victorian Cups ´╗┐Decorated with Flowers

    Wrapping Paper
    Code: WP113 £10.08
  • Regency Red. Antiques from the Regency Period - circa 1811 - 1830 - Private Collection. Not to Scale.

    Regency Red

    Wrapping Paper
    Code: WP162 £10.08
  • Wedgewood Cups & Coffee Cans - Private Collection.

    Josiah Wedgwood (1730 -95) set up his own pottery in Burslem in 1759. From 1754 Wedgwood developed stoneware and earthenware. The most popular of which was creamware. This was a cream coloured clay body with a cream coloured glaze. The company continues today and has been bought by Portmerion in Wales.

    Wedgewood Cups & Coffee Cans

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    Code: C208 £10.08 Add to order