This is a Fenton Wild Rose with Bowknot lamp shade/chimney. I can't remember the name (if there is one) of the "Pebbly" type of glass?
Thanks so much, I hope everyone is having a great Thanksgiving weekend!
Have an entire monogramed china set but I can not figure out the Old English letter that is on them. Any help?
Can anyone help idenhtify this mark on a demitasse cup, saucer? It's an arm with a hand clasping a broad sword. I can't read the writing (almost certainly NOT Meissen). The date seems to be 1883. Any information greatly appreciated.
Please help i.d. this bowl that measures 12" tall, 10 1/2" across the rim and has a 5 3/4" diameter base. Thank you in advance.
Hi There, I have recently found this beautiful neo-classical style glazed porcelain vase. It looks antique to me (though I might be wrong), and certainly was made with a lot of style and skill. The markings don't give away too much '1533a' and I have so far failed to find anything similar in my research (after hours of looking).
It was purchased at a local estate auction (in Melbourne).
The first thing I thought was Wedgwood, and it actually looks a bit like the famed Portland Vase (though with square rather than rounded handles). It is very light for it's size (237g), and Height: 12cm, Diameter: 11cm.
It looks to have a rough finish that's typical of older pieces, and the style looks to me like the late 18th-19th century neo-classical which was popular in England at the time. However, I'm no expert on china and would appreciate any help.