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Ref #C271, demitasse cup and saucer, $40.00. Ref #C30, Coffee cup and saucer, $45.00. Black cup with design on saucer.


A beautiful blue lustre serving piece. Call for more Carltonware items in stock


Ref. #108, larger plate, $120.00 each; Ref. #107, smaller plate, $160.00. Green leaf pattern Majolica. See p. 129 in Bockol, L: Victorian Majolica, Atglen, PA, ...


Lovely Shelley Trio in bone china. The trio is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks and the pattern is strong


This is an early chintz biscuit barrel. The barrel itself is in lovely condition with no chips or cracks. The silver plated trim and top does show wear.


Beautiful Pekin pattern in cup and saucer. It is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks and the gold and pattern are strong.


Vintage highly collectable cup and saucer - Made by Royal Crown Derby - Blue Mikado Fine Bone china - England - Numbered 532 - This china is discontinued - Ve...


Wonderful pitcher with good color.


A nice Wedgwood lidded jar. The bottom is marked Wedgwood only.


A beautiful tripod vase.


A beautiful leafed bread tray with brown trim and green inserts frequently found in the Victorian home.


Wonderful Homemaker cup and saucer in very good condition with no chips or cracks. Delightful example of 1950's pottery and furniture. the plate is 4 5/8


This small wedgwood piece is in excellent condition.


12 inch square platter .


Beautiful Royal Winton Blue Beehive Cottage Cruet in very good condition with no cracks or chips. It is not only rare but in this color really rare.


Wonderfully interesting vintage Royal Winton Chintz Fireglow Coffee Pot. The backstamp says Royalty which is obviously wrong. Maybe this was a Monday morning ...


Marion is not a common pattern and this footed compote is even more interesting because the pattern covers the entire outside. It is in excellent condition with...


A beautiful breakfast set with teapot, sugar, creamer, lemon dish, and 2 cups and saucers.


A pretty example of American majolica which may have been a premium at the A & P Food Store for purchasing baking powder.