Country Lane

This scalloped and gilt footed cup with a floral pattern of bluebells honeysuckle and roses was made between 1972 and 1990.

Paragon became part of Royal Doulton in 1972 and continued to produce china under that name until 1991. By 1989 the name and patterns had been absorbed into Royal Albert and by 1992 the Paragon name was discontinued.

William IV

Flame Mahogany Sideboard

A deep square edge top with a low flat topped gallery flanked by volutes, three frieze drawers of ogee profile and raised on twin pedestal cupboards with fine gadroon tent top panels to the doors, shelving to the interior and raised on a plinth base.

Height: 117cm Width: 183cm Depth: 58cm

Arzberg Colon Blue

Arzberg “Colon Blue” Soup Bowl with Double Handles, Saucer and Salad Plate.

The “Colon Blue” range was available between 1978 and 1990 and is simple and elegant. Arzberg quality German porcelain is renowned for its striking shapes and practical functionality.

This cup and saucer with bread and butter plate is a testament to this styling.

The classic among beautiful everyday porcelain.

In 1931 Arzberg launched a set that was to revolutionise the world of porcelain. Form 1382 by Dr Hermann Gretsch: It was the rejection of impractical, ornate sets and a ‘thumbs-up’ to functional, aesthetic everyday porcelain. “We can no longer afford to launch things that the consumer quickly tires of because they are impractical, outdated and obsolete”. The Form 1382 design has not been changed since and, to this day, it has not lost any of its allure. The collection belongs to the classics of modern industrial design and is one of the very few porcelain forms to feature in the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

Aynsley

Pembroke is an iconic Aynsley pattern that features a sprawling, brilliantly colored floral motif based on an Asian inspired, 18th-century Aynsley design.

Crocus shape was introduced in the 1930s and has been decorated in many colours and floral patterns.

A Crocus Shape Tea Pot with small Pink Rose Bouquets scattered across, Embossed, on a White Background. The Rim of the Pot is Scalloped, Trimmed in 22kt Gold, as is the Handle, Foot, Spout and Knob on the Lid.

Aynsley Fine Bone China Rosedale Pattern Made in England circa 1940

Founded in 1775, John Aynsley & Sons China is one of the most influential companies in the British tableware industry.

Arcoroc

Vintage Arcoroc France large clear glass fish platter.

This vintage Arcoroc Fish plate would be the perfect addition for summer entertaining at your home, the lake or the beach!

Plate measures approximately 10.25″l x 8.25″w x .75″h

Arcoroc is a brand name used by Arc International (headquartered in Arques, France) primarily for their commercial-grade glassware (ware made to withstand heavier abuse than items sold for typical home use), such as drinkware, barware, cookware, serving bowls, etc, used especially in restaurants, hotels and other institutional settings.

The brand name “Arcoroc” was introduced in 1963. Arc International also produced glass under the LUMINARC brand name (introduced in 1948) which is usually sold for typical consumer use.

Schlegelmilch porcelain

Rare and beautiful RS Prussia shell shaped dish. Circa 1895-1900. In excellent condition with some wearing of gold gilt. 8 ¾” from Pierced Handle to end, 9 ¼” at widest part of dish.

Original RS porcelain is thin, lightweight and translucent. Translucent means that light will pass through it. A simple test is to hold an object up to a bright light or window. Now place your open fingers behind the object. Your fingers should cast a dark shadow through the object.

For almost 100 years, 1869 to 1956, Reinhold Schlegelmilch’s initials, RS, appeared in various marks on fine German porcelain.

Influenced by Art Nouveau, many of Schlegelmilch’s vases and pitchers had arms and handles that recalled the borders on posters by Alphonse Mucha, or Hector Guimard’s wrought-iron entrances to the Paris Metro.

Approximate dates the various authentic RS wreath marks were used on Schlegelmilch porcelain.

After World War II, porcelain bearing the word “Poland” signified yet another change in venue for the R.S. Prussia factory.

RS Prussia Master Berry Bowl Set in the Sea Shell Mold Pattern. All pieces are marked with the RS Prussia logo. This set comes with the large master berry bowl and six side small berry bowls. Decorated with pink cabbage roses and trimmed in gold gild these bowls are accented in sea foam green giving them a very soft and delicate appearance.

Dimensions: Master- 10.5″ diameter x 3.25″ tall Side Berry Bowls: 5″ diameter x 1″ tall

Pilsner glass

Featuring a long, slender bowl that gracefully tapers down to a footed base, these specifically proportioned pilsner glasses are great for showing a golden-colored, classic pilsner. With a contemporary design, these pilsner glasses always create a casual styling to your home. Each glass stands 9-1/4 inches tall and is capable of holding 20 ounces. Additionally, it is recommended to store crystal stemware upright to prevent chipping.

Marquis by Waterford’s elegant Vintage Stemware pairs classic shapes with impeccable craftsmanship for a timelessly sophisticated look. These glasses are perfect for formal or casual entertaining and they are so lovely you’ll want to use them every day.

Arzberg Corso

White with a scalloped and embossed rim, Corso was made by Arzberg between 1985 and 1988 in a range of floral patterns, including Floralis, Pacific Blue and Savannah.

Floralis Red Sugar Bowl and Lid by Arzberg

Viners

The company, which as Viners Ltd. grew to be the biggest cutlery manufacturer in England, was started around 1901 by Adolphe Viener and his sons. They were silversmiths who initially worked in traditional small workshops. The hallmark for Viners Ltd. silver was registered in 1932.

The firm prospered in the 1960s with a modern factory in Sheffield and subsidiaries in Ireland, France and Australia.

Philippa Nikulinsky

From 1995 to 2005 Nikulinsky was commissioned to design and paint Australian plants and animals for use on dinnerware produced by Australian Fine China. These were sold throughout the world.

Grevillea bracteosa, part of the Australian wildflower collection illustrated by Philippa Nikulinsky

Grevillea bracteosa is endemic to Western Australia.

The non-lignotuberous shrub typically grows to a height of 0.5 to 2 metres (2 to 7 ft) and has an open habit. It has grey-green narrow leaves to a length of 8 centimetres (3 in) and produces clustered pink to grey or rarely white flowers from April to August.

The flowers grow at the end to the stems and are protected by bracts until they open. It produces smooth obovoid fruit that are 12 to 20 millimetres (0.47 to 0.79 in) long.

It will grow in gravelly clay and gravelly sand soils among medium trees or in heathland.