Dating british glass backstamps
They are imposing Flatbacks,of a good size and were made in Staffordshire, England in c1840-50 so that means 160 years old now!They are in excellent condition with no damage at all.The both plates have the Full backstamp of George Jones and also the Crescent mark £80 the pair. Ancient Regency period(Georgian c1820) item that amazingly has survived intact in the interim 186 years! It is in English Soft paste,and the pattern is well documented as Venus.There are a few minor age stains on the bottom and a very faint short line on the side,but overall excellent for the age. If you like collecting ancient English Pottery then this is for you.£89 "Hand painted Dickens series,1920 reproduction of Frank Reynolds famous picture. Made in England" There is some rubbing to the glaze,as is always the case in this sort of pottery,but there is no damage as such.£95GB pounds STAFFORDSHIRE.
They measure 10inches tall and would look elegant in any room. Handsome pair of copper lustre jugs with a blue,figures band in relief. There is a small old chip on the rim of one jug and on the other there is a small slither chip,as you can see they display beautifully with no cracks or repairs.. For sale at £43 the pair,including post in the UK.. Whoever buys these will be pleased Very nice large Victorian jug in beautiful condition.Beautiful Angelica Kauffman pannelled classical jardineire. As you can see the colours are superb as is the condition.Beautiful Victorian item that would grace any room.£115 including UK post.There are some minor firing faults on the reverse that are perfectly normal ,now please note that this is NOT damage but was something that happened in the Kiln when they were made.(Antique dealers in Ceramics ignore minor pottery firing faults,they are just part of the primitiveness of these delightful Olde England Antiques)Staffordshire figures were made for the humble Villager or peasant,they were not made for nobility as Meissen always was.Now of course the wheel has turned full circle and the nobility and upper classes adore these ancient figures,in fact we all do .