9 posts tagged base marks

Royal Doulton Series Ware

Highly Collectable Royal Doulton Seriesware. From the sought after Dickens Ware series to the Shakespeare Series and more. Series ware is an excellent area for the new or the devoted Doulton collector with many varied designs, shapes and artists to focus on. Doulton series ware is particularly collectable and becoming more and more popular as the years pass. Remember to check our Royal Doulton reference sections to verify your Doulton marks, artists and dates. A little about Royal ... Continue Reading

Royal Worcester Artists

Information on the foremost Royal Worcester Artists; everyone from Charles Baldwyn to Hadley, Sebright and Doughty. Over the years Royal Worcester and all of its many incarnations have employed or been associated with some of the best and most innovate ceramics artists. The artists detailed below are currently a very small selection of these but we hope to grow this list extensively over the years. Although Worcester porcelain takes a great many skilled hands to manufacture, from around ... Continue Reading

Antiques Collection: Pair of Rosenthal Art Deco Vases

With decoration depicting four Dragons rising from a stormy sea, this fine pair of Rosenthal Art Deco Vases are absolutely stunning. The Dragons are embellished and surrounded with honeycomb pattern gilding and the large flared rims have gilded edges and ornately patterned borders. A very collectable pair of Rosenthal vases. Continue Reading

Vienna Porcelain Marks

The Beehive Mark, as its commonly called, represents the traditional range of Vienna Porcelain Marks. However, the Vienna Porcelain Bindenschild (the shield not a beehive), incorporated in Vienna marks is a symbolic rendition of the center of the Coat-of-Arms of the Royal Habsburg family of Austria. The Bindenschild is how the Vienna mark should be referred to and it should always be properly aligned as a shield. The use and periods of Vienna Porcelain marks ... 1718 to 1744 -- is ... Continue Reading

An Unusual Moorcroft Vase

Help Identifying an Unusual Moorcroft Vase by Mr. F.E.O'Doherty (London, England) I have been asked to sell a number of items belonging to my Mother in law (Yes we actually get on). I could do with some help regarding the age and value, if possible, of this Moorcroft vase. I have included 4 photos of the vase, one of which shows the Moorcroft base marks. The base marks include Moorcroft and Made in England stamped in green and it has 3 blue dots on it. The scribble ... Continue Reading

Pair Chinese Blue & White Porcelain Chargers

I have had these Chinese blue & white porcelain chargers for many years. by Barbara Bojorquez (Saltillo, MS USA)   Photos above show decoration on the Pair of Chinese Blue & White Porcelain Chargers   Photos above show the Chinese makers marks on the Blue & White Porcelain (Are they Kangxi or Imari maybe?) I recently started to really take a closer look at these blue & white porcelain chargers. They were a gift from friends and are very beautiful. I would like to know more ... Continue Reading

Blue and White Pottery Jar with Neptune Theme

I found this blue and white pottery jar at a thrift store and was intrigued by its beauty and theme. by Julie (Minnesota, USA) Photos included show my Blue and White Jar Decoration with Neptune Theme with the Base Marks & Numbers The decoration featuress a figure, that I assume to be Neptune, riding a sea serpent along the outside of the jar. There are several manufacturers marks on the base of the jar. The maker's mark has a sligtly mis-shapen rectangle with a T shaped figure ... Continue Reading

Blue & White Porcelain Figurines

Are the PB marks, Doulton or Pinder Bourne Marks on these Blue and White Figurines by Beth (Newfoundland Canada) I came across these lovely Blue and White figurines in my Grandmother's basement. I have spent a lot of time online trying to find out about them, but I have no idea whether they are valuable heirlooms or just cute figures she found at a garage sale.       The Blue and White Figurines have gold accents, and are a man and woman. They have a black PB ... Continue Reading

Doulton Burslem Cups c1902

A Set of Four Matching Royal Doulton Burslem Cups dating to c1902. by Ann Marie Reagle (Hillsborough, NJ USA) Photos show the pretty pattern on my twin-handled Royal Doulton Burslem cups & the Doulton base marks I purchased four twin-handled Royal Doulton cups that date to Burslem between 1902 and 1922 according to the Doulton makers stamp on the bottom. However, I cannot find the pattern anywhere. The cups are decorated in black, white and yellow stripes with a central panel ... Continue Reading