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Candlestick. Staffordshire

Candlestick Staffordshire c.1750-1800 One of a pair of candlesticks, by Greatbach, from Staffordshire. It has a green glaze (cabbage glaze), and a raised pattern of acanthus leaves. There are owl heads ...

Candlestick. Staffordshire. Wedgwood

Candlestick Wedgewood, Staffordshire c.1785 A Wedgewood pearlware candlestick, made in Staffordshire. It is white with dark blue onion decoration around the stand at the top. There are blue roses ...

China Replica

A replica, in 'biscuit' china, of a large bas-relief in the Copenhagen Museum. The plaque depicts a seated woman with a basket of cherubs on her lap. One cherub is flying away and a dog sits beside her....

Coffee Pot

A fluted silver resist lustre coffee pot with lid. The pot is covered all over with a raised striped pattern. The top of the lid has been repaired with an unknown metal.

Coffee Pot. Fenton. Thomas Whieldon

Coffee pot made by Thomas Whieldon Fenton, Staffordshire 1745-1750 The pot is earthenware and has a crabstock handle and spout. It is decorated with brown tortoiseshell mottling, and light green and grey-green ...

Coffee Pot. Leeds

Coffee pot Leeds, Yorkshire c.1775-1780 A creamware coffee pot with green vertical veined stripes and ridged vertical lines. It has a double looped handle with raised floral decoration at the joins where ...

Condiment Pot. Worcester. Robert Chamberlain

Condiment Pot Worcester c1817-1820 A Worcester bone china condiment pot with a lid. It has Chamberlain's Armorial decoration and orange and gilded flowers.

Cream Jug. Worcester

Porcelain cream jug Worcester c.1753 The jug has a moulded decoration with enamel painted flowers, birds and butterflys. There is a thumb rest on the handle.

Cruet Set

A porcelain cruet set. The vessels have pink bodies and white lids and handles. The salt-cellar compartment has a scene of Leamington Spa printed on it.


A mottled pink lustre tea cup.


Cup England c.1800-1850 A silver resist lustre two-handled cup, made in England. It is a smooth cup standing on an octagonal base, copying the shape of a silver cup.


Cup Bristol/Worcester c.1752-1758 A Bristol/Worcester porcelain cup. It has fluted sides and painted floral enamel decoration.


A white china cup with gold lustre on the rim. The coat of arms of Leamington Spa is on the front.


A blue and white coffee cup, with straight sides. There is a floral pattern on the outside and inside lip.


Cup 1919 A two handled, white porcelain cup or mug, with a gilded rim. It has a transfer print which commemorates twenty men from Wolverton who fought for England in the First World War.

Cup. Burslem. Coronation of Edward VIII

Cup Burslem c.1936 A two handled commemorative cup, made in Burslem, to celebrate the coronation of Edward VIII. The cup has moulded and enamel painted decoration. It depicts a portrait of the king ...

Cup. Chelsea

Cup Chelsea c.1756-1769 A soft-paste porcelain coffee cup with fruit decoration in enamel colours and gilding. This cup is of the gold anchor period c.1756-1769

Cup. China

Porcelain tea cup with the handle broken offChina It is decorated with scenes of flowers, birds and butterflies painted in vivid enamel colours.