English ‘Crown Staffordshire’ – Pedestal Compote – Cake Server
A beautiful fine bone china pedestal compote by the English Maker – ‘Crown Staffordshire’. It is decorated with pink and tan scrolls featuring floral sprays of yellow & pink roses and blue, purple flowers and a variety of green leaves over a white background. The shape is fluted / scalloped and highlighted with a gold on the rim
Marked: Fine Bone China, Crown, est. 1801, Staffordshire, England.
Compote Measures: 9 inches in diameter x 3 1/2 inches high.
A ‘Irish Belleek Shamrock Kettle Pot’ – in the ‘classic’ Belleek design, with basketweave pattern throughout the body, decorated with elements of vine and shell, and shamrocks for the patron ‘Saint Patrick’ of Ireland.
Marked. Belleek. Ireland. (Third Green Mark, it dates 1965- 1981).
Pair of Hand Painted Royal Worcester Plates with Floral Centers
This is a beautiful pair of Royal Worcester plates featuring a wide decorative band of fine filigree leaf work accented with elaborate green scroll designs and rimmed in gold. The centre is a hand painted floral bouquet in a multitude of colours including pinks, yellows, oranges, purples, blues and greens. Each plate is 10 1/2 inches in diameter and dates 1931.
A Large ROSENTHAL” HELENA” Dessert Service w. COFFEE & TEA POTS, c. 1939-56
This is a fine European porcelain coffee and tea set with a white body and gold “arrow” banding on the inside rims of the cups, on the edges of the saucers, the rims and handles of the pots and the lids as well as the dessert plates and the two-handled serving tray.
The large teapot, long coffee pot and lidded sugar bowl are topped with white facetted orb finials banded with gold.
The large round service tray plate is enhanced with useful and attractive angular deco-influenced handles with gold overlay.
The twelve dessert plates could also be used for a cocktail buffet or salad course.