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Minton Unidentified Pattern colour China - 6 items found.

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Meat Dish or Platter c1830 Maker: Minton  Pattern:Unidentified Pattern colour
Meat Dish or Platter c1830
A gorgeous platter with ochre rim and gilt highlights. Backstamp: In script 307. A little very minor wear to the rim and a touch of discolouration on the back otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: 37 cm x 29 cm / 14.5 ins x 11.5 ins
Our ref: 19CN44441

Comport c1862 Maker: Minton  Pattern:Unidentified Pattern colour
Comport c1862
This is a fabulous piece printed in a pale chinoiserie pattern with ornate moulded side handles. Backstamp: Impressed Minton, M and date cypher for 1862. Some surface scratching and wear to the outer rim. Underneath there is also a little wear, but overall this is in excellent condition.
Dimensions: 31 cm x 26 cm & 6.5 cm high / 12.25 ins x 10.25 ins & 2.5 ins high
Our ref: 19CN53167

Plate c1930s Maker: Minton  Pattern:Unidentified Pattern colour
Plate c1930s
Bone china. An extremely pretty plate. Backstamp: Mintons Est 1793 England and impressed Mintons. Some surface scratching and wear to the outer rim, overall excellent condition.
Dimensions: 22 cm / 8.75 ins
Our ref: MINT45485

Plate c1830 Maker: Minton  Pattern:Unidentified Pattern colour
Plate c1830
Porcelain. This is a beautiful plate with quite deeply canted sides and the rim is adorned with decorative embossed detail. Backstamp: Felspar China No 262 M. A little minor surface scratching and on the back a little wear to the foot rim, overall excellent condition.
Dimensions: 23 cm / 9 ins
Our ref: 19CN55208

Cheese Stand c1879 Maker: Minton  Pattern:Unidentified Pattern colour
Cheese Stand c1879
An elegant cheese stand of grand proportions and superb design. Printed in blues with hand painted rust red to the flowers, all set off by the ochre rim. All in all an absolute delight. Some fine crazing to the glaze and few signs of wear to the rim, but really lovely condition. Impressed Minton and date cypher for 1879 and pattern number 2/2296 in red script.
Dimensions: 30 cm diameter 7 cm high / 12 ins diameter 2.75 ins high
Our ref: MINT31063

Bourdaloue c1850 Maker: Minton  Pattern:Unidentified Pattern colour
Bourdaloue c1850
A pretty bourdaloue with green rim and attractive floral pattern. These oval pots go under various names, but their purpose was singular. Today most often called a bourdaloue supposedly so named after Pere Louis Bourdaloue (1632-1704) a Jesuit preacher at the court of Louis XIV, whose long sermons left the ladies of the court in some discomfort. However, the first known bourdaloue was of Dutch delftware and made about 1710, so this explanation appears to be apocryphal. They are also known as coach pots and crinoline slippers. They were designed to offer particular convenience for ladies forced to endure long coach journeys, operas as well as church services. Backstamp: No. M & Co and impressed New Stone BB. Light all over crazing with a little discolouration inside and wear to the green rim.
Dimensions: 19 cm x 10 cm & 9,5 cm deep / 7.5 ins x 4 ins & 3.75 ins deep
Our ref: 19CN49172


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