Derby Porcelain, eller Royal Crown Derby, är en högt ansedd porslinstillverkare av benporslin från staden Derby i Storbritannien. Derby anses av många vara de allra främsta inom porslinstillverkning och har levererat specialbeställt porslin till i stort sett världens alla kungahus.
Antique English porcelain salmon head stirrup cup Derby circa 1810 "The Fishers Delight" applied in gilt capital script around the rim. The realism of this stirrup cup is a testament to the decorative skills of the Derby Porcelain workshops. The cup is in very fine condition without restoration.
This stunning antique dessert service is comprised of one tazze, four comports and eleven plates. All depicting images of delicate birds among floral branches on ivory ground, which are set within stylised borders.
Eight cases of various plated and other cutlery, to include: a pistol handled cake knife with silver handle; a set of four berry spoons; a set of Royal Crown Derby porcelain handled tea knives; fish servers, etc Condition Report: ARR: Categories: Silver & Objects of Vertu, Lot Description:, Condition Report:, Condition Report:, ARR:, Categories:, Silver & Objects of Vertu
1965-1970 Each stamped: Derby China / Royal Crown Derby / English Bone China / XXXIV Comprising 15 dinner plates (1.125" H x 10.325" Dia.), 14 salad plates (.875" H x 8.5" Dia.), 4 bread plates (.5" H x 6.25" Dia.), 14 cream soup bowls (2" H x 6.125" W x 4.75" D) 14 cream soup saucers (.875" H x 6.25" Dia.), 38 fruit/dessert bowls (1" H x 5.25" Dia.), 12 rim soup bowls (1.5" H x 8.5" Dia.), 7 tea cups (2.25" H x 4.25" W x 3.625" D), 7 saucers (.875" H x 5.5" Dia.), 3 cranberry bowls (2.625"
British, 19th century, girl with cow, marked "Staffordshire Ware, England"; boy with cow, marked "Staffordshire Ware, England"; maiden with lamb, marked "Bloor Derby"; gentleman with lamb, unmarked but obvious mate to preceding; boy with fruit, marked for Derby; girl with fruit, unmarked but mate to preceding, tallest 6 in.
ROYAL CROWN DERBY CHINOISERIE VASE RETAILED BY BIGELOW KENNARD BOSTON England, early 20th century, porcelain. Banded short neck to body having blossoming vines and a rolled and tied scroll in Asian influence. 9.5"h. Estimate $250-500, ROYAL CROWN DERBY CHINOISERIE VASE RETAILED BY BIGELOW KENNARD BOSTON, Estimate $250-500
Royal Doulton was an English company producing tableware and collectables, dating from 1815. Operating originally in London, its reputation grew in The Potteries, where it was a latecomer compared to Royal Crown Derby, Royal Worcester, Wedgwood, Spode and Mintons. Its products include dinnerware, giftware, cookware, porcelain, glassware, collectables, jewelry, linens, curtains and lighting. Three of its brands were Royal Doulton, Royal Albert and Mintons. These brands are now owned by WWRD Holdi
Bloor Derby Painted Porcelain comprising 3 comports, 2 shaped dishes and four plates. All of shaped form, powder blue ground with Deutsche Blumen decoration. Comport height 6.25 inches by 10.5 inches.
A BLOOR DERBY C. 1830 PORCELAIN FIGURE GROUP, The Tailors Wife, modelled riding upon a goat, with panniers and children, factory mark to base, and incised no.62, 15cm high, together with A BLOOR DERBY C.1830 PORCELAIN BOY, blowing a French horn, 11.5cm high, a KPM vase of twin ovoid form and three continental figures (6)
Porcelain dessert plate owned by Ronald and Nancy Reagan, used at their Bel Air, California home. Royal Crown Derby brand plate features a beautiful floral display surrounded by a yellow border. Measures 9.25'' in diameter. Few small specks of discoloration, otherwise near fine. Originally sold at Christie's, New York and with their lotting sticker. Porcelain dessert plate owned by Ronald and Nancy Reagan, used at their Bel Air, California home. Royal Crown Derby brand plate features a beautiful