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This is a hot water pot/small pitcher in the Abbey pattern by George Jones & Sons, 1901~1921. This pot measures 5 1/8" in height is in good condition with some crazing, and no chips, cracks or other damage, It is marked on the bottom as pictured. This would be a very charming additions to a collection.
This old wash basin has a great look and a simple and elegant shape. It is marked on the bottom Royal Patent Ironstone George Jones & Sons England. The maker's mark dates the basin from between 1873-1907.There are some scuff marks on the outside and some light scratches/signs of use in the inside of the bowl. I don't notice any crazing or cracks, but there is a small chip along the rim (see the second photo and the last photo). It is 14 1/2 inches across the top and 6 3/4 inches across the footed
This plate is gorgeous. I would call the color slate. The scene on this plate is a beautiful rural farm scene. The scene has a man feeding chickens, there are cattle, pigs, and a large barn and an adorable chicken roost. The plate is in beautiful condition, free of cracks, chips, stains, and crazing. This plate would be a delightful addition to any transferware collection. This item measures 9" wide. Feel free to contact me with any questions or for additional photos. Thank you for stopping in to see this
George Jones (& Sons) ~ Manufacturers of decorative earthenware and majolica-style waresc.1861-1951 platter decorated with bows, flowers, and shafts of wheat. Very good condition, amazing for its age, some slight crazing and discoloration (pictures upon request)Measures ... 12 1/2" long10 3/4" wide at the centerMarked ... See pic # 4 Example of printed or impressed mark c.1874-1924"& Sons" added from 1873Shipping is an estimate to the furthest location from me, in the continental U.S., with insurance. If
This is a lovely set of dishes that were produced by George Jones & Sons of England. This set includes nine (9) square plates (8 inches), four (4) square plates (7 inches), three (3) square plates (6 3/8 inches), two (2) large round plates (10 inches); fifteen (15) cups (2 inches) and eighteen (18) saucer; plus the matching sugar bowl. The mark on the back suggests these pieces were made sometime in-between 1891-1921. The mark, which is in black, includes "England" not "Made in England" which was a
Antique George Jones & Sons in Stoke on Trent Abbey Teapot or Individual Teapot. Made in Staffordshire, England this pattern was produced in the early 1900's. It has a beautiful pattern of blue on white, featuring the Abbey.It is 6 inches to the top of the lid and 5 1/4 inches wide from the spout to the handle and is in excellent condition. The colors are vibrant with no discoloration and no damage to the transfer. There are no chips, cracks or crazing, it does have a firing line on the inside which is
Exquisite George Jones & Sons 10-Piece Hand-Painted and Gilded Bread Plates, C. 1890. This is a Rare pattern from their Stoke Crescent China series. George Jones began making and selling porcelain in the early 1890's and this is one the first patterns made for the market. The plates have the the "George Jones & Sons, Stoke Crescent China" mark, in addition to the pattern number "Rd No. 143138". Several others marks exist as well, an "A", a gilded "2" and written "F101". Impressed "5" and "a". Plates are
1891-1920 Pair of Pierced Luncheon Plates by George Jones Sons England 1891-1920 Pair of Pierced Luncheon Plates by George Jones Sons England Rating : Shipping : Product Description These two luncheon plates were made by the George Jones & Sons Pottery Factory in England. They feature reticulation or piercing on the rim. The pattern includes red and yellow roses with gilded highlights. The maker's mark on the back of the plates indicates it was made between 1891 and 1920 during this time the pottery
Beautiful English bone china cup and saucer by the renowned firm of George Jones & Sons who also produced majolica. The firm was also known as Crescent China and the marks on the back of the this cup and saucer bear both names. The pattern is called Garden Club, and is an asymmetrical design with many different blooms against a pure white bone china background accented with gold on the rims, handle, and foot. The saucer is approx. 6" in diameter and the cup is about 4.5" high and 5" in diameter. The cup is
This 4 plate set is from the 1920's and is a stunning pattern!I wish I had more of it, but 4 plates is just perfect to present or lay out at any standard kitchen table.Striking and very now, Victorian and Dark.Awesome!!
Offered here is this richly decorated open sugar bowl from Crescent China of England. Lavishly decorated with gold, this bowl would date anywhere from 1891 to about 1915. Octagonal panels are covered in a pleasing floral decorated pattern. There is an arched scroll decoration in raised relief along the rim that has a deep cobalt ground. Bowl stands 2 1/2" high and about 3" in diameter. The base is marked as shown dating this to the late 19th, early 20th century. It appears that this was put in a cabinet and
A striking pierced centre-piece dish or bowl from Crescent China - George Jones & Son's, England. In very good condition. Most likely from the Art Nouveau period. With a raised pattern & hand painted art-work. There are no chips, cracks or damage to this centre-piece. There is an area of stray pink colouring under the glaze, a very minute kiln pit about 3 inch to the left of this & a hardly noticeable small area of under-glaze staining to the right, all shown in the third picture. The hand-painted
This plate has a lovely deep blue transfer printed design. This is noted as ABBEY 1790 which is circa 1900. It is marked on the bottom as shown and has impressed marks as well. Very good condition. No cracks or crazing. Will ship PRIORITY, same or next day from NJ. Please email me with any questions prior to ordering. International buyers please email for a shipping quote. Be sure to add me to your favorites list ! Check out my other items !
George Jones and Sons Crescent PotteriesSpringCharg or Large Dinner Plate Circa 1920-1940#12 in Series of 12 Different Spring Flowers TulipThis breathtakingly gorgeous plate is one of a set of 12 different plates in the Spring series by George Jones and Sons of the Crescent Potteries of Trent, North Staffordshire, England.It features a nearly 2" border of soft, Robin's Egg Blue, that is gilded at the outer and inner rim. The face of the plate features a very soft, subtly colored fuschia transfer that
George Jones and Sons Crescent PotteriesSpringCharg or Large Dinner Plate Circa 1920-1940#8 in Series of 12 Different Spring Flowers PrimroseThis breathtakingly gorgeous plate is one of a set of 12 different plates in the Spring series by George Jones and Sons of the Crescent Potteries of Trent, North Staffordshire, England.It features a nearly 2" border of soft, Robin's Egg Blue, that is gilded at the outer and inner rim. The face of the plate features a very soft, subtly colored fuschia transfer that
This pristine hand painted bone china coffee cup and saucer was made by George Jones & Sons, Stoke, Staffordshire about 1875. Both cup and saucer have 8 distinct scallops. The colorful flowers look too precise to be painted by hand...but I just examined them with a 10x loupe, and they are definitely hand painted! The cup is 2.25" tall and just under 2.25" across, not counting the handle. The saucer is 4.75" in diameter. The set is in excellent condition. There are no chips, no cracks, no crazing, and no
Staffordshire Black Transfer Ware PlateGeorge Jones and SonsRhapsodyCirca 1921-33This gorgeous plate depicts a pastoral scene of two women carrying sheaths of wheat overhead, a young boy and dog walking along a path overlooking the men working in the fields gathering hay below. There is a church in the distant background. The plate has a stunning embossed border or flowers, leaves and feathers which is painted with a black rim. Absolutely gorgeous detail! Some of the prettiest plates I've seen.The
This lovely antique pottery Abbey design, Flow Blue Plate, was made by George Jones and Sons in Staffordshire, England and has the full factory mark that was in use from 1864 to 1907. It is pottery and in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or crazing, just a little surface scratching from normal use. It features a beautiful design of the Abbey ruins in the center of the dish and a scale decorated border with 5 cartouches featuring the Abbey, and fancy scroll designs. It measures 7 1/4" across I have
These white and gold beauties definitely caught my eye! In my opinion for being over 120 years old they are in excellent condition. These plates have a scalloped edge with raised relief in shapes of scroll work and leaves along the rim. From one side of the plates to the centers raised relief in the shape of leaves or clouds accent these pieces. All the raised relief has been adorned with coin gold. The gold against the brilliant white background makes these two beauties stand out amongst all others. The
Gorgeous antique to vintage George Jones & Sons 8pc 8 7/8" luncheon plate set with French Empire styled raised enamel garland, gold borders & ribbons and floral accenting! The small turquoise enamel beaded garland giving them a jewel like appearance, as elegant as can be and perfect entremet, salad or dessert plates to compliment your existing table setting. George Jones markings date the set between 1891-1920 though you'd never guess it from the fabulous condition all are in! Don't miss them. Very
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Set of 6. Embossed flowers gilded with applied white enamel for a nice three dimensional look. A nice example of English earthenware. 8 7/8 inches. Marked Crescent Ivory Bouquets (which is the shape), Georgie Jones & Sons, England #27665. Impressed date February, 1927. Condition: Excellent. Just light use.
George Jones Art Nouveau Biscuit Jar McIntosh Lilies Description This is a George Jones and Sons, Crescent China, England biscuit barrel or biscuit jar made from 1891-1893 in the art nouveau design period. The mint condition antique ceramic biscuit barrel or cookie jar has an art nouveau design of water lillies, swirled designs and gold trim that are very reminiscent of Charles Rennie McIntosh designs, a famous designer of the period. The biscuit jar has EPNS silver plate fittings which are in
George Jones (& Sons Ltd), Trent Pottery, 1864 - 1907, Crescent Pottery, 1907 - 1957, Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire, Potteries, England. This lovely set of 2 George Jones dark brown transfer-ware soup bowls are the "Brighton" pattern, circa 1880. The wide rim is decorated with geometric design borders, which encase garlands of double and single wild rose blossoms and foliage intertwined with long, flowing ribbons. The center medallion is composed of the same roses and ribbons motif. The bowls measure 9"
2013 release. This the latest by YATES, who has built a solid TRADITIONAL COUNTRY reputation in the international market as well as the domestic music market. This one should more than likely solidify his position in both locals. And a tribute to the late Country ICON GEORGE JONES should more than further the cause. Recorded in Nashville, all songs are original with fiddle, pedal steel, electric lead, piano, acoustic guitar, bass and drums, also background vocals. Seldom is the word GREAT used in any of our
Sauce Boat c1930s DRAG45406 Dragon DRAG45406 Imperial : 7.75 ins spout to handle, 4 ins high Metric: 19.5 cm spout to handle, 10 cm high With gilt. A lovely elegant boat. Backstamp: Dragon Crescent George Jones & Sons Made in England. There is a little smudging of the pattern, light crazing with a touch of wear inside.
Egg Cup Floral George Jones Crescent Old English Eggcup Description This is an antique George Jones and Sons Crescent China, England egg cup or eggcup made by in the 1920-1930s in a pattern called Old English. The bone china pedestal eggcup measures 2.25 inches high by 2 incehes in diameter and is in very good +++ condition with the only flaw 2 tiny manufacturing flaws on the bottom of the eggcup which is quite normal and doesn't affect value. A lovely floral pattern. white, pink, purple
Beautiful very detailed branches with green leaves and pink rose flowers decorates this large 15 1/2" x 12 1/2" antique oval platter. The pattern name is Briar. The distinguishing monogram found printed on the backside identifies this item from the manufacturer George Jones and Sons circa 1881. There is also a old diamond registration mark which aids in accurate dating. The is also an impressed mark and red numbers 6793 on the back. I believe the flowers are hand painted over transferware printing. The work