Royal Crown Derby
Condition: Vintage & Antique
Big beautiful antique porcelain rimmed soup bowls. Ten inches across and quite deep like for pasta or stew.
Hand painted rusty red, gold, royal blue, decorator's number 17. 1820-1825 Derby Porcelain Company, Robert Bloor period, (pre Royal Crown Derby).
We have two sets of six available. They came from the estate of the granddaughter of Judge Daniel Webster Blair who was the Blue Ridge Judicial Court judge 1920-1926.
Condition: They are all in great condition with no cracks, or chips. Gold loss on the rims as shown.
Set of six tea knives in red flux snakes skin case. Stainless steel blades and floral porcelain handles. Each knife is 7 1/4 inches. Marked "Royal Crown Derby, made in England."
I'm not sure of the pattern as I see it listed as both Posies and Ellis Spray. I do know that it would go with many floral patterns with pink roses.
Condition: They are not scratched, no damage at all. The case shows a bit of age but is in great condition.
Classic vintage Royal Crown Derby "Vine" in gold. 3 inches high without the lid on. It hold 1 1/2 cup to the very rim.
Condition: No damage at all.
Classic vintage Royal Crown Derby "Vine" in gold. Sauce boat and under plate. The sauce boat (or pitcher) stands about 5 inches overall, 4 1/2 to the tip of the spout. The plate is 8 1/4 inches across the tab handles.
Condition: The sauce boat has no damage at all and does not show any signs of use.
The under plate has light scratches that show in the light and very fine crazing.
Classic vintage Royal Crown Derby "Vine" in gold. 15 by 12 1/4 inches.
Condition: Utensil scratches show in the light. No chips cracks nor crazing.
Classic vintage Royal Crown Derby "Vine" in gold. High footed tea cups, 5 1/2 inch saucers. 2 sets.
Condition: The cups look great with no gold loss. Light scuffing on the saucers. No chips cracks nor crazing.
Set of 5. 10 1/4 inches with flat rims. Early polychrome English porcelain, pink, orange, blue, and even a touch of yellow. Roped edging trimmed with gold. Mark estimate 1820 to 1825.
Condition: Good. Two have back chips. Some crazing and stains.
I have a photo of each one. Please take your time and look at them all. It is unreasonable to expect 200 year old china to not show some age. On the other hand, it is very uncommon to find a matching set.
Royal Crown Derby Olde Avesbury tea set including the extra large teapot, cream pitcher, and hard-to-find covered sugar.
Marked "Royal Crown Derby English Bone China, Olde Avesbury." The teapot is marked XLIV and the cream and sugar are XLII.
Condition: Used but no damage.
This set came from the historic Mimosa Hall estate in Atlanta.
Sizes: Teapot is 56 ounces (7 cups, or 3.5 pints). 5 inches tall to the tip of the spout. 11 1/4 inches across the handle to the tip of the spout.
Cream pitcher is 8 ounces (1 cup). 4 1/4 inches tall to the tip of the spout.
Covered sugar is about 9 ounces (easily holds 1 cup of sugar). 6 inches across the handles.
Antique English bone china of the Regency era with neo-classic high handle with thumb rest and ball feet. Sky blue spectrum panel (3rd pic) beneath Imari colors and rich gold enamel, Unmistakably 1820s when Imari pattern china was at its peak of popularity. Derby Nottingham Road factory. (Royal Crown Derby.)
Identification by Robert S. of JustAnswer.
14 ounces filled to the rim. 6 1/4 inches long counting the handles and spout.
Condition: No damage.