Antique Porcelain Teapots
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This uniquely-shaped all-white design adds a touch of elegance to a traditional setting. It coordinates perfectly with both formal and casual stemware and flatware as well as our own Antique Orchard pattern. There is a complete suite of accessories to create a classically stylish casual dining statement. This high quality porcelain pattern is dishwasher safe, microwave safe and chip resistant. Tea Server measures 10 x 6 x 7-1/2 inches and holds 46 ounce
The colonial shaping and classic tones of the Mikasa Antique White tea server make it an elegant piece that is nonetheless suitable for everyday use. A clean white design, the server blends well with a wide range of décors and table settings, and its high-temperature fired material is thin yet strong. Subtly fluted and faceted, the piece has a pretty footed profile, a comfortable handle, and an accurate pour spout. Its stay-put lid features a sculptural finial to top the look. Chip-resistant and substantial enough for everyday use, the piece is safe in the oven, dishwasher, and microwave. Coordinating serveware and dinnerware are also available. --Emily Bedard
Red Cast Iron "Suzume" Tetsubin Teapot. The "Suzame" Teapot is an elegant Cast Iron Tetsubin teapot inspired by highly prized Japanese antique teapots still in use today. The enamel lined interior makes it rust-resistant and easy to clean. For brewing and serving tea; Not intended for stovetop use. 24 Oz. capacity.
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Enclosed you will find a picture of a Sandwich Glass alabaster saucer. I recently went to a Sandwich Glass Antique Center in Sandwich, Massachusetts, and came across an alabaster saucer. It measures 4 inches in diameter and 1 inch in depth and is decorated with the plume and acorn pattern. I was not familiar with that pattern even though the tag said "Boston and Sandwich. " I went home and looked in all my Sandwich glass books and could not find the pattern. Is it still possible that my saucer is Sandwich glass. " What can you tell me about my saucer. The Sandwich Glass Co. was founded in Sandwich, Massachusetts, in 1825. It was incorporated in 1826 and became the Boston and Sandwich Glass Co. They made clear and colored glass that was free blown, blown with three molds and also pressed, in a... Plume and acorn was one of their pressed glass patterns. The glass company closed in 1881. Your saucer was made between 1840 and 1860. In 2002, similar Boston and Sandwich saucers in amethyst and amber could be found selling in the range of $200 to $250. Prices have fallen dramatically since then. Your saucer would probably be worth $75 to $200. Q. This mark is on the bottom of a porcelain cup and saucer that was a gift to me earlier this year. After abundant research and effort trying to learn more about it, I've discovered that there are countless Paragon patterns, but I could not find another one that is as vibrantly colored and detailed as this one. Recently I ran across an online reference to it as a "Vintage Paragon Blue Rococo and Cornflowers" cup and saucer that was made between 1957 and 1963. However, I've still had no success identifying it with an actual pattern name nor have I been... All that being said, I'd especially love to find out if there is a pattern name that can be used to search for the existence of other matching pieces, such as a teapot. Paragon China Co. was founded in Staffordshire, England, in 1919. Paragon China is now part of Royal Doulton. If a pattern name is not included with the mark, it can be difficult to identify. The gold handwritten letter and number on the bottom of the cup refer to a shape that could be decorated with different designs. Your search can be expanded to all the china and glass replacement Internet sites. Send a detailed description along with a clear photo to each one. Source: www.dailyherald.com
I recently went to a Sandwich Glass Antique Center in Sandwich, Massachusetts, and came across an alabaster saucer. It measures 4 inches in diameter and 1 inch in Q. This mark is on the bottom of a porcelain cup and saucer that was a gift to me
Q: An old-timey cash register I saw at an old hotel has cash register drawers that were labeled “A,” “B,” “D” and “E” with no drawer “C.” What's the reason there isn't a drawer “C”? A: James Ritty, a saloon owner in Dayton, Ohio, is credited with
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The former Alto Pass Grade School is now home to Alto Clay Works, a ceramic art studio. Steve Grimmer operates ... The Austins restored the building and started an antique store, Austin's Antiques. The couple ran the business until their recent retirement ...
The cases were plastic and made in two colors, antique ivory or walnut ... to $199 (mint condition.) Q: My dark brown teapot with lid is 4 inches high and has yellow & green leaves. The bottom is marked “Royal Canadian Pottery.” What's it worth?
A: Germany’s Goebel Porcelain Factory introduced the popular Friar Tuck series ... Goebel discontinued the Friar Tuck line in 1988. Q: I have a coffee or teapot, creamer and sugar set that I think is made of pewter. The pieces are marked on the bottom ...
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