Crown Derby Porcelain

19th Century Crown Derby Porcelain Aesthetic Movement Vase Antique c. 1886

19th Century Crown Derby Porcelain Aesthetic Movement Vase Antique c. 1886
19th Century Crown Derby Porcelain Aesthetic Movement Vase Antique c. 1886
19th Century Crown Derby Porcelain Aesthetic Movement Vase Antique c. 1886
19th Century Crown Derby Porcelain Aesthetic Movement Vase Antique c. 1886
19th Century Crown Derby Porcelain Aesthetic Movement Vase Antique c. 1886
19th Century Crown Derby Porcelain Aesthetic Movement Vase Antique c. 1886
19th Century Crown Derby Porcelain Aesthetic Movement Vase Antique c. 1886
19th Century Crown Derby Porcelain Aesthetic Movement Vase Antique c. 1886

19th Century Crown Derby Porcelain Aesthetic Movement Vase Antique c. 1886   19th Century Crown Derby Porcelain Aesthetic Movement Vase Antique c. 1886

An excellent and exciting Gilded Age Crown Derby Aesthetic Movement Vase & Cover, c. 1886, the mottled blue body profusely decorated in 22ct gold Japanese style birds, insects and fauna. Transfer Crown Derby mark for 1886 on the interior of the cover. This is an excellent example of'Gilded Age' decoration, the amount of high quality gilding in the Japanese taste against the rich blue ground is typical of the ware that was manufactured for the US, and retailed by companies such as.

Theodore Star and Tiffany of New York and J. The item "19th Century Crown Derby Porcelain Aesthetic Movement Vase Antique c. 1886" is in sale since Saturday, September 1, 2018. This item is in the category "Antiques\Decorative Arts\Ceramics & Porcelain\Vases".

The seller is "majolicaheaven" and is located in Limerick. This item can be shipped worldwide.

  • Style: Aesthetic Movement
  • Age: 1850-1899
  • Primary Material: Ceramic & Porcelain
  • Maker: Crown Derby
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Color: Blue
  • Country/Region of Origin: England


19th Century Crown Derby Porcelain Aesthetic Movement Vase Antique c. 1886   19th Century Crown Derby Porcelain Aesthetic Movement Vase Antique c. 1886