Crown Trent Fine Bone China from Staffordshire England. The tea set is present in a rose and daisy wreath pattern. 5 Tea Cups trio’s Crown with Cups, saucers and cake plates.
The Trent Fine Bone China Tea Set Trio’s is a 17 Piece Tea Set.
The service includes:
5 Tea Cups
6 Tea Plates
Rose And Daisy swags With gilt trim wreath on a white background. The china is decorated with roses, pink rosebuds in a floral wreath pattern.
The service would grace any table or occasion.
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Vintage Chinese gilded Hot water pot in a Lucky Cat starburst retro design. Originating in Japan is is referred to as maneki-neko literally “beckoning cat.”
It is a common Japanese figurine (lucky charm, talisman) which is often believed to bring good luck to the owner.
It is also sometimes called the “Chinese lucky cat” due to its popularity among Chinese merchants.
In very good condition. It is marked made in China on the base of the teapot.
The height is approximately 12 cm including the cat Head lid. The width is approximately 13 cm from handle to spout. It does have some marks and scratches from general use.
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Chinese Blue White Teapot. Vintage
Chinese Blue Porcelain Teapot Mid Century
Octagon Hand Painted With
Deep, High And Wide.
Round ornate floral lid.
Blue octagon geometric around front and back with blue flowers.
Blue lotus spout. Porcelain handle with “O.” Some light fading around the base due to age.
Stamp on base: “Made in China.”
What is it?
Lucky Chinese Toothpick Holder
A Vintage Chinese Famille Rose underglaze porcelain toothpick holder featuring Chinese symbol; Luck.
Truly wonderful piece for entertaining as well as useful and Beautifully glazed inside.
Amazing Chinese Blue
Vintage and Chinese
A Porcelain Teapot
Born in The Mid Century
An Octagon shape
I think Hand Painted
With a Chrysanthemum
Lid, top and cover.
I am Deep, but wider than High
Round ornate and floral
Blue octagon in shape
And geometric around
White front, back and blue
Blue lotus spout I have
And a Porcelain handle
I am grand with the O on top
White, light and fading
Stamped on my base:
I was “Made in China.”
This is a vintage ginger jar, tea caddy is decorated with a Chinoiserie, Blue Willow pattern. The underside is stamped “Sadler England” and would date to the 1930s.
Could it be Ming?
I am to believe I may have an antique Chinese koi Bowl from the Ming Period in my procession.
It is bronze and is a cloisonné enamel bowl. The bowl measures 11.2 inches across at its widest and 3.4 inches high.
The bowl is bronze with beautiful multi color enameling throughout the piece. The iron work and rims have a dark patina or color which is all original to the piece. Incredible find.
What makes this bowl very special is that the outside and interior of the bowl are decorated with fine and enamelings and there is a scroll border along the top rim.
The bronze is glazed in a dark blue green with gilded scrolls, koi and lotus flowers.
The center bowl is in excellent condition, as is the stand.
If you look at the many photographs for more on the look and condition as they are an important part of the description.
The Zhengde Emperor (Chinese: 正德; pinyin: Zhèngdé) was the Ming dynasty Emperor of China between 1505–1521.
Reign: 19 June 1505 – 20 April 15
What do you think?
Is it Ming…or just an old Ming Pot.