Features the hand painted Imari (Witches) pattern with. Very deep hand-painted cobalt blue details and bright gold accents. This is an early version, (Old Imari) as can be seen by the unique style of the handle and the collar.Cups fashioned in the Derby Coffee Can style painted on the inner cup also. This is not the traditional newer pattern, take note that the older pattern listed here retains the green palette somehow lost on the newer pattern, commonly used in the 1800's on English porcelain resulting in much more colorful pattern.
6 Coffee Can Cups-2.5 d x 2.5 t- decorated inside. 6 Saucers-5.75 d 9 Plates-7.25 d. 2 Plates-9 1/8 d 1 cup w/ small tight hairline under glaze inside, one with two small stains, 1 saucer with 2 tight hairlines outer portion of rim. 1 Teapot with lid- 10 handle to spout, 5.5 tallest- very good aside from the small tip of the spout which appears to have been filed to look and feel appropriate to the original.
1 Sugar bowl is a large size measuring approx. 5.75 bowl diameter, 6.75. Handle to handle x 4.25 tall, has staining on the bottom and potters crease on the inside. 1 Creamer-5.75 handle to spout x 4 3/8 tallest, excellent, has a small painters dab of blue paint.1 Fruit Bowl/ Cache pot-6.25 d x 2. 7/8 t- was broke and has been repaired. The marks with the crown in the center date from 1825 to 1848. The colors are very brilliant and condition is very good, some pieces have light characteristic under glaze crazing, minimum gold wear, of which none distract from the beauty of this set while displayed.
This entire set came from an estate collection and had been family for centuries. Pieces of this circa are becoming more scarce, naturally because of their age but as collectors are finding more interest in such rare porcelain articles today as opposed to store bought decors. All items in my shop are of antique or vintage condition.They have often been used for many years and can have normal signs of wear. I will reflect any damage, repairs or heavy wear in the item description but some. Minor scratches, nicks and stains can be normal for antique & vintage items and need to be taken into account.
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These items are 100 years old in most cases, most have been used, we would hope that one. Who is collecting understands that old glass, porcelain and artisan wares were not. Manufactured with the sophisticated technology that we have today, such as the. Process of cookie cutting manufacturing, therefore there may be glaze pops, black pin dots, and minor factory flaws. Please remember also that glass from the American Brilliant Period is that, it is of the late 1800's to.
Early 1900's, and would show light signs of use as you would want to find, consistent with age. I hope that you may prefer to own such beautiful rare articles such as those that are offered. Here in my store, a piece of the past which makes your collection unique. Please contact me if you have any questions regarding this or any other item I have listed.My philosophy is the customer comes first. If your item arrives damaged or not to your expectation or that I somehow overlooked something please contact me immediately to give me the opportunity to address your issue.
(It happens as we are human and do make mistakes). Buyers that need to return an item, must request my permission first, as there may be serious delays without pre-approval. Please contact me within 3 days of receipt of.Please contact me if you have any questions regarding this or any other item we have listed. Economic or trade sanctions including OFAC Restricted Countries. I invite you to view all photos and ask questions to clarify expectations before purchasing. Clicking on photos will enlarge them for details. I have made sure to give you collectors large photos of this wonderful piece so you can see it in its entirety and view condition for yourself. The item "Rare c 1800 Antique Royal Crown Derby Imari Dessert Set Teapot Coffee Can Cups" is in sale since Sunday, February 3, 2019. This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Pottery & China\China & Dinnerware\Royal Crown Derby". The seller is "caycat52" and is located in Totowa, New Jersey. This item can be shipped worldwide.