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They are patterned in the imari colours,which always look so rich,and the were made and decorated in Staffordshire in 1891. Prettily hand decorated ~ all in all it is in excellent condition with just a very small firing flaw. The gold raised centre on the top of the vase is missing on the other/back side,although not noticeable.
Beautiful Victorian item that would grace any room.£115 including UK post.There is a 20th century red label underneath,and we would date these at 1920-30. Super Imari colours,would look wonderful with a bunch of flowers on display. We have a matching pair of these very fine vases,they are in great condition with no cracks or chips. The post will be £15They were made in late Victorian times by Allertons,the well known potters.The jug is perfect for c1875,no damage at all and clean as a pin. They are 10.5 inches tall,and the panels are prettily painted with rosepanels all around the vases.,with plenty of lavish gold plated edged patterns. The tallest Toby is over 9 inches and very impressive,so they would look splendid out on show on a window shelf,dresser etc.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 .