A classic Irish Belleek Teapot revival, designed in the 1880s by Frederick Slater to reflect the essence of Ireland, it dates 1965-1981. The design consists of three elements, shells to portray the island of Ireland, harps to illustrate its people and culture, and shamrocks for the patron of Ireland, Saint Patrick.
A delightful Irish teapot, it would make a unique gift, or heirloom for the home.
Marked. Belleek. Ireland. (Third Green Mark, it dates 1965- 1981).
Meissen (Carl Teichert) Covered Sugar Box in Onion Pattern
Meissen Covered Sugar Box in Onion Pattern
A large sugar box in a blue ‘onion’ pattern by Meissen. The sugar box is a beautiful blue on white porcelain combination. The ‘onion’ pattern in blue is a composition of floral, leaf and onion. The lid has a unique rose bud in the centre, that is a easy to pick up with a nice decorative touch.
A delightful sugar server that is easy to use for everyday at home, or entertaining guests.
Condition: No chips( minimal fade in the blue from wash and gentle use)
Spode English Bone China Trio (2 Cups, 1 Saucer) c. 1820
Lovely English Spode bone china trio,circa 1820, consisting of two cups and a saucer, elaborately decorated in vibrant colours of blue, green, orange, and pink on a white background and accented with gold on the pieces and on the handles of the cups. The pieces are numbered “967” on the bottoms. Please note that there is some age wear on the cup and saucer rims and a bit of gold loss on the bottom of one of the cup handles, but overall the trio is in good condition.