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Unattributed Maker Beehive China - 7 items found.

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Teabowl c1820 Maker: Unattributed Maker  Pattern:Beehive
Teabowl c1820
Gorgeous little bowl with the main Beehive pattern around the outside, deep border pattern around the inside rim and small Beehive cartouche inside to the base. Superb condition.
Dimensions: 6.5 cm diameter, 5 cm high / 2.5 ins diameter, 2 ins high
Our ref: 19CN24441

Plate c1825 Maker: Unattributed Maker  Pattern:The Beemaster
Plate c1825
The Beemaster remains one of the most sought after early designs. This delightful scene is derived from a watercolour Swarm of Bees, Autumn by George Robertson 1742-88, which hangs today in the Cecil Higgins Art Gallery, Bedford. The maker of The Beemaster is yet to be identified, although Adams has been suggested. In any early 19th Century design, the smaller side plates are rarer than dinner plates and this is a neat size. No backstamp.
Dimensions: 21.5 cm / 8.5 ins
Our ref: 19CN43692

Plate c1825 Maker: Unattributed Maker  Pattern:The Beemaster
Plate c1825
This delightful scene is derived from a watercolour Swarm of Bees, Autumn by George Robertson 1742-88, which hangs today in the Cecil Higgins Art Gallery, Bedford. No backstamp. Light all over crazing with some surface scratching on both face and back. Overall excellent condition and a fabulous plate.
Dimensions: 25 cm / 9.75
Our ref: 19CN40310

Side or Cheese Plate c1825 Maker: Unattributed Maker  Pattern:The Beemaster
Side or Cheese Plate c1825
The Beemaster remains one of the most sought after early designs. This delightful scene is derived from a watercolour Swarm of Bees, Autumn by George Robertson 1742-88, which hangs today in the Cecil Higgins Art Gallery, Bedford. The maker of The Beemaster is yet to be identified, although Adams has been suggested. In any early 19th Century design, the smaller side plates are rarer than dinner plates and this is a neat size. No backstamp as usual. The glaze is finely crazed with some light staining on the back, but the face is bright and clean.
Dimensions: 21 cm / 8.25 ins
Our ref: 19CN43128

Plate c1825 Maker: Unattributed Maker  Pattern:The Beemaster
Plate c1825
The Beemaster remains one of the most sought after early designs. This delightful scene is derived from a watercolour Swarm of Bees, Autumn by George Robertson 1742-88, which hangs today in the Cecil Higgins Art Gallery, Bedford. The maker of The Beemaster is yet to be identified, although Adams has been suggested. Small side or tea plates are rare in any early 19th Century design and this is very dainty. There are some knife marks and minor signs of wear and rubs to the rim, but the glaze is sound and bright. Overall excellent condition. No makers mark and 8 impressed on back.
Dimensions: 17 cm / 6.5 ins
Our ref: 19CN40308

Dessert Bowl c1825 Maker: Unattributed Maker  Pattern:The Beemaster
Dessert Bowl c1825
The Beemaster remains one of the most sought after early designs. This delightful scene is derived from a watercolour Swarm of Bees, Autumn by George Robertson 1742-88, which hangs today in the Cecil Higgins Art Gallery, Bedford. The maker of The Beemaster is yet to be identified, although Adams has been suggested. Small dessert bowls are rare in any early 19th Century design and this is quite charming. There are minor signs of wear and rubs to the rim, with a few tiny nicks or glaze flakes and a short hairline running in from the rim. The glaze is crazed, with some associated light staining, whch is mainly confined to the back. The face is bright. Overall good condition. No makers mark.
Dimensions: 19 cm / 7.5 ins
Our ref: 19CN40320

Dessert Bowl c1825 Maker: Unattributed Maker  Pattern:The Beemaster
Dessert Bowl c1825
The Beemaster remains one of the most sought after early designs. This delightful scene is derived from a watercolour Swarm of Bees, Autumn by George Robertson 1742-88, which hangs today in the Cecil Higgins Art Gallery, Bedford. The maker of The Beemaster is yet to be identified, although Adams has been suggested. Small dessert bowls are rare in any early 19th Century design and this is quite charming. There are minor signs of wear and rubs to the rim, with a few tiny nicks or glaze flakes.The glaze is crazed, with some associated light staining, whch is mainly confined to the back. The face is bright. Overall excellent condition. No makers mark.
Dimensions: 19 cm / 7.5 ins
Our ref: 19CN40309


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