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In this section you will find Flow Blue, Staffordshire figures, Old blue and white transferware, Lustreware-copper, pink, purple, gold, silver resist, Georgian/Victorian Jugs, Relief Moulded Jugs, Busts, Tableware, Victorian Vases.Sent: Tuesday, December 06, 2011 AM Subject: My Pastille Burner (Swan Cottage) Thank you so much for my lovely pastille burner which arrived before 9 this morning, despite my only ordering it lunchtime yesterday!They are imposing Flatbacks,of a good size and were made in Staffordshire, England in c1840-50 so that means 160 years old now!They are in excellent condition with no damage at all.
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.They are patterned in the imari colours,which always look so rich,and the were made and decorated in Staffordshire in 1891. Prettily hand decorated ~ all in all it is in excellent condition with just a very small firing flaw. The gold raised centre on the top of the vase is missing on the other/back side,although not noticeable.Gorgeous set,no damage,no repairs,no cracks,just lovely. No damage at all,just a bit of wear to the various scrolls as you can see. Very old Mid Victorian Silver Lustre Teapot with the "Birds beak spout" . This is a wonderful rare Victorian Staffordshire flatback of a "posh" 3 storey house,with a little Spaniel and kennel on the front lawn. Fine Mid Victorian quality Majolica with the collectable "Radiating Lily" design.They were made in Staffordshire c1890,so well over 100 years old and in pristine order.As you can see the old Summer Roses garlands are on each jug,with a smaller pattern on the back.
The Toby boys are lustred on the edges,and any collector would love these,no damage,no repairs, just a tiny paint loss on one. ----- Original Message ----- From: XXXXXXXXXXX To: Dianne - Glamorgan Antiques Sent: Thursday, December 08, 2011 PM Subject: Re: Staffordshire Dogs Dear Dianne, The Staffordshire Dogs have arrived safe and sound ! The facial expression is everything,and, as you can see these wistful eyes will bring a quiet ambience to any room they look out over.