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A group of vintage Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee commemorative ware. These are back from the day when it was street parties, commemorative stamps and bowl haircuts for the kids! The case has a set of six coasters of three different designs (two each) and then there is a block with holes, I'm not sure what it is, could be for flower arrangements, or perhaps a patriotic flag holder. No makers marks, although it's possible they are under the cork bases. A fun little group for the patriot in you.

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Some of the coaster edges have minor fritting, but these seems to be from production. Very little wear. One cork base smaller than the others for some reason. Case is rather tatty.



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A 19th century Victorian period flow blue plate by Ashworth Brothers of Hanley (Staffordshire). The pattern is known as Yedo and this is printed as part of the manufacturers mark to the reverse. This pattern can also be found in regular transferware blue and white on various shaped plate bodies. Along with the printed mark to the underside there is also the Ashworth impressed mark. At this size it would be considered a dinner plate and it has the gilt rim. A great pattern and a must for the flow blue collector.

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Light wear and some gilt rubbing. Some crazing, spur marks and some kiln dust to reverse from production.



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A Wedgwood dark blue jasper dip mini sized medallion with a classical Greek figure. It is unmarked but dates to the mid 19th century during the first half of the Victorian era. It is a little large for jewellery so was likely originally mounted on a box, candelabra or piece of furniture.

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Good order with minor wear, adhesive traces to reverse.



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Height: 3.9 cm ( 1 1/2 inch )

Width: 3.2 cm ( 1 1/4 inch )
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A Wedgwood blue jasper ware dip tankard with rope twist handle and silver rim. It is marked to the base for both Wedgwood and Elkington & Co (the silversmiths). The silver mount has the Elkington mark and hallmarks for Birmingham 1910 and is also stamped Elkington in full. Interestingly at this date the piece should also be mark 'England' or 'Made in England' but this is not present. The tankard is decorated in traditional Wedgwood style with classical Greek figures and Cupid. It also has a medallion in white jasperware opposite the handle side which depicts an archer and a rifleman with the numbers perhaps 1500 and 1800.

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Normal period wear and aging. Some dirt/silver polish encrusted in the handle join. Slight flaws to applique from firing.



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A Wedgwood blue jasper ware dip tankard with rope twist handle and silver rim. It is marked to the base for both Wedgwood and Elkington & Co (the silversmiths). The silver mount has the Elkington mark and hallmarks for Birmingham 1910. Interestingly at this date the piece should also be mark 'England' or 'Made in England' but this is not present. The tankard is decorated in traditional Wedgwood style with classical Greek figures and Cupid.

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Normal period wear and aging. Small fault under the silver to the inner rim, somewhat unusual as there dows not appear to be an impact to the metal. Some dirt/silver polish encrusted in the handle join. Slight losses/flaws to applique from firing.



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A pretty German Carl Thieme Dresden porcelain lidded jar. It has a decorative band in red and gold which takes inspiration from the early 19th century and there are porcelain flowers on the lid. The body features floral garlands and the handle is decorated to resemble a branch. To the underside is the Dresden mark in blue. Dates to the early/mid 20th century. Very decorative and fine to use.

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Very good order, minimal wear.



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Height: 10.5 cm ( 4 1/8 inch )
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A Carl Thieme Dresden porcelain small covered jar with flower knop. It is decorated with gilt and has floral bands and blue bands. The style is very traditional and it has the Dresden mark to the underside in blue with some gilt script. It was probably intended as a dressing table jar and is probably early to mid 20th centry in period.

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Chip to inner lip of lid (pictured) and another miniscule chip in same area, otherwise very good.



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Height: 6.5 cm ( 2 1/2 inch )
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A Carl Thieme Dresden porcelain covered jar with flower knop. It is decorated with gilt and has floral bands and green bands. The style is very traditional and it has the Dresden mark to the underside in blue with some gilt script. It was probably intended as a dressing table jar and is probably early to mid 20th centry in period.

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Very good order, slight wear only.



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Height: 9 cm ( 3 1/2 inch )

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An interesting early 19th century spill vase. It is hand painted with a botanical study and the style is very much in the Regency period around 1820. Note the red fuschias which is a flower not often seen at this period, it became more fashionable a little later during the Victorian era. It is of English origin and there are decorative gilt bands. The body is of earthenware but surprisingly thin and lightweight, and of very good quality for the period. The glaze is a pearlware type with the distinct blue tones in the accumulations. There are no makers marks which is usual for this period. Lovely painting and quite a scarce item with the botanical study.

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Some light wear and few small losses and scratches to the paint. Generally very good for period.



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An interesting early 19th century spill vase. It is hand painted with a botanical study and the style is very much in the Regency period around 1820. It is of English origin and there are decorative gilt bands. The body is of earthenware but surprisingly thin and lightweight, and of very good quality for the period. The glaze is a pearlware type with the distinct blue tones in the accumulations. There are no makers marks which is usual for this period. Lovely painting and quite a scarce item with the botanical study.

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Some light wear and few small losses to the paint. Some crazing to the base and one fine hairline. Generally very good for period.



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