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Riley Unidentified Pattern colour China - 4 items found.

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Jug or Pitcher c1825 Maker: Riley  Pattern:Unidentified Pattern colour
Jug or Pitcher c1825
Attributed to John & Richard Riley of Burslem. A fabulous jug of elegant shape, made of white translucent porcelain, with gadroon rims and decorated with a floral design in teracotta and rich cobalt blue. All enhanced by an intricate embossed flower decoration on both sides of the jug. No backstamp. There are a few areas of light discolouration otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: 0.4 ltr, 14.5 cm high / 0.75 pint, 5.75 ins high
Our ref: 19CN42928

Jug or Pitcher c1825 Maker: Riley  Pattern:Unidentified Pattern colour
Jug or Pitcher c1825
Attributed to John & Richard Riley of Burslem. A fabulous jug of elegant shape, made of white translucent porcelain, with gadroon rims and decorated with a floral design in teracotta and rich cobalt blue. All enhanced by the intricate embossed flower decoration on both sides of the jug. No backstamp. There is a little fairly minor wear and discolouration here and there and a possible hairline underneath the jug but this does not go through to the inside. Overall a lovely lovely piece.
Dimensions: 0.7 ltr, 16.5 cm high / 1.25 pint, 6.5 ins high
Our ref: 19CN41838

Jug or Pitcher c1825 Maker: Riley  Pattern:Unidentified Pattern colour
Jug or Pitcher c1825
Attributed to John & Richard Riley of Burslem, Staffordshire active 1796-1828. A large, gorgeous jug or pitcher of elegant shape, made of white translucent porcelain, with gadroon or pie crust rims to neck and foot and decorated with a floral design in the Gaudy Welsh or Dutch style in Imari colours and gilt. The lovely rich blues, terracotta and gilt are enhanced by the intricate moulded flower decoration on both sides of the jug. It has fine all over crazing, there are a couple of firing cracks to the lower spur on the handle and a small glazing blemish to the body. Sounds much worse than it looks this is a really wonderful jug. A similar jug may be seen in The Potteries Museum, Stoke on Trent and is illustrated in "An Illustrated Encyclopedia of British Pottery and Porcelain" by Geoffrey Godden on page 278 plate 486.
Dimensions: 22 cm high, 1.8 ltr / 8.5 ins high, 3 pint
Our ref: 19CN34942

Jug or Pitcher c1825 Maker: Riley  Pattern:Unidentified Pattern colour
Jug or Pitcher c1825
Attributed to John & Richard Riley of Burslem, Staffordshire active 1796-1828. A large, gorgeous jug or pitcher of elegant shape, made of white translucent porcelain, with gadroon or pie crust rims to neck and foot and decorated with a floral design in the Gaudy Welsh or Dutch style in Imari colours and gilt. The lovely rich blues, terracotta and gilt are enhanced by the intricate moulded flower decoration on both sides of the jug. Just a minor knock to the foot and fine crazing to the glaze, otherwise absolutely wonderful and rare to find a jug this large in such excellent condition. No maker's backstamp, but red script pattern number 177 on base. A similar jug may be seen in The Potteries Museum, Stoke on Trent and is illustrated in "An Illustrated Encyclopedia of British Pottery and Porcelain" by Geoffrey Godden on page 278 plate 486.
Dimensions: 1.95 ltr 22 cm high / 3.25 pint 8.75 ins high
Our ref: 19CN27933


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