Category Archives: British & Irish

Furniture, Art and Collectibles from Great Britain and Ireland

British Porcelain Masons Ironstone Mandalay 2 Handled Scent Urn or Pot Pourri Jar with Domed Lid

British Porcelain Masons Ironstone Mandalay 2 Handled Scent Urn. Pretty Early 20th Century 2 handled Scent Urn or Pot Pourri Jar with domed lid or cover ….British porcelain…..Masons Ironstone…..Mandalay Pattern…..fully marked. Hand-painted with Floral design with cobalt blue, deep oranges, green, yellow and magentas with gilded edgings. Lid has a gilded Foo Dog as a…

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Pair of British Porcelain Masons Ironstone Mandalay Bon Bon Dishes

Pair of British Porcelain Masons Ironstone Mandalay Bon Bon Dishes. Pretty Early 20th Century pair of Bon Bon dishes…..British porcelain…..Masons Ironstone…..Mandalay Pattern…..fully marked. Hand-painted with Floral design with cobalt blue, deep oranges, green, yellow and magentas with gilded edgings. Circa 1920. Mason’s Ironstone was made by the English pottery of Charles J. Mason after 1813.…

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British Porcelain Masons Ironstone Mandalay Candlestick

British Porcelain Masons Ironstone Mandalay Candlestick. Pretty Early 20th Century Candlestick…..British porcelain…..Masons Ironstone…..Mandalay Pattern…..fully marked. Hand-painted with Floral design with cobalt blue, deep oranges, green, yellow and magenta with gilded edgings. Slight repair to top……………priced accordingly. Circa 1920. Mason’s Ironstone was made by the English pottery of Charles J. Mason after 1813. Mason, of Lane…

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British Porcelain Masons Ironstone Mandalay Creamer

British Porcelain Masons Ironstone Mandalay Creamer. Pretty Early 20th Century Jug…..British porcelain…..Masons Ironstone…..Mandalay Pattern…..fully marked. Hand-painted with Floral design with cobalt blue, deep oranges, green, yellow and magentas with gilt edgings. Circa 1920. Mason’s Ironstone was made by the English pottery of Charles J. Mason after 1813. Mason, of Lane Delph, was given a patent…

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19C Anglo Indian Campaign Stationery Writing Box – Part of Set

19C Anglo Indian Campaign Stationery Writing Box. Gorgeous and rare 19C Anglo-Indian campaign stationery writing Box. GORGEOUS bone inlay in floral motif’s on rosewood. This Box, in of itself, is not extremely rare, but it is of the HIGHEST QUALITY for a box of its type. But, put this box with the Campaign Table…..then that is EXTREMELY…

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19C Anglo Indian Campaign Table – Part of Set

19C Anglo Indian Campaign Table. Gorgeous and rare 19C Anglo Indian campaign table. The Table top comes off and base folds/collapses for easy transport by mule/horse during military campaign. Circa 1880……made in Hoshiarpur, India for British Army Officer. GORGEOUS bone inlay in floral motif’s on rosewood. This Desk, in of itself, is extremely rare, and it is…

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19C Sterling Silver Snuffbox Birmingham 1848 by Rolason Bros

19C Sterling Silver Snuffbox Birmingham 1848 by Rolason Bros. Lovely little sterling silver snuffbox………fully hallmarked……..gold plated interior. Lovely chasing on lid and sides…..the central cartouche is blank….a bonus if you want to personalize it !! Both the base and lid have matching marks. Makers mark is “R.B”……probably Rolason Brothers…….Birmingham Anchor mark……Lion Passant…..1848 (‘Z”) HISTORY OF…

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20C Sterling Silver and Crystal Perfume Bottle Birmingham 1907 by H. Woodward & Co

20C Sterling Silver and Crystal Perfume Bottle Birmingham 1907. Pretty English sterling silver perfume bottle. Stopper and base are fully Hallmarked…….H.W. & Co. Ltd, Birmingham Anchor, Lion passant, and letter “h”. The stopper screws off and still retains its original cork. Beautiful repousse work throughout. Hobnail Cut lead crystal base. Horace Woodward & Co. Ltd…….Birmingham….1907.…

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19C Anglo Indian Campaign Collapsible Peacock Chair (Part of Set) – IMPORTANT

19C Anglo Indian Campaign Collapsible Peacock Chair. Gorgeous and EXTREMELY RARE 19C Anglo Indian collapsible Peacock Design campaign chair. 19C Anglo Indian Campaign Collapsible Peacock Chair. Extremely fine workmanship throughout………..this would have taken months to complete by the numerous craftsmen that would have been involved in making it. Circa 1880…….teak or rosewood profusely inlaid with…

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Oil on Canvas of The Roscommon Dragoon after Sir William Orpen

Oil on Canvas of The Roscommon Dragoon after Sir William Orpen. “The Roscommon Dragoon” after Sir William Orpen……oil on canvas…..circa 1918. Sir William Orpen was one of the premiere British and Irish Artists of the Early and Mid 20th Century and is regarded as a British Master. Link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Orpen This is one of Orpen’s most…

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