Whos dating jude law
The tile itself is about a 1/2 an inch thick and cork backed. It is an english scene with a cottage and a man and women in a boat with cows in a stream.I also have 2 jugs or stiens which match, they are what looks like flow blue or delph pottery, the only marks on the bottom are TLS 1750 or JLS 1750 in blue, they are a washer women and a man with a cane or switch in his hand, both are sitting and their hats are the lids to the jug. Elizabeth Wells - My mother was given as a llittle gilr a clarice cliff Coronation cup saucer and tea plate creamware with turquisoe blue and gold decorated.I have always known it as a Harlequen Tea Set but have searched and can find no record of this. Sawyer - USA - I have a small vase about 5-1/8 inches high. Thank you.sally moore - i have a midwinter porcelon burslem england hand painted tea caddy.
it is white porcelain with deep blue pinstriping in a romantic feather pattern, and the same blue pin dots.. Wendy Campbell - I have an ornament named The Rival it is immaculate and wondered on age and value. All is has on the back is 2098 Looks German I have had it 60 years and it was left to me by my grandmother. Gina Woods - I have got quite a few items of a T F & S Ltd Phoenix China tea set. 12 tea plates, 11 saucers, 10 cups, 1 sandwich/cake plate, 2 x 11cm high milk jugs & 2 x 8 1/2cm h, 12cm dia sugar bowls.
It has a square handle and the shape of the pot is a hexagonal cut from top to bottom. I do not know what the design is called; it has yellow and blue flowers, frilly edging with gold, a gold line inside and partway down the outside of the cups, and round the base. How much should I expect to sell it for and how should I go about it?
If you have any ideas or information on the pot -ie why they were made, date, value etc it would be appreciated.
Many thanks Maureen Hunt Ursula Hughes - i have a tankard approx size 6ins high it is marked at the base SADLER made in England and also say's on the bottom Sailing,on the front of te tankard it has a scene of sailing ships with people looking on, and on the back there is one sailing ship.
It had Westminster Cathedral on the bowl of the spoon and I think it may have had a coat of arms on the handle. It somehow got lost and she still talks about it fondly.