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Antique English Porcelain

Shop Wyler Antiques for unique inventory of English porcelain, including Derby, Coalport, Wedgewood, and Mason’s porcelain.

Antique English Soup Plate

$250.00

A lovely Antique English Porcelain Soup Plate that is decorated with a wonderful bouquet of hand – painted pink and blue flowers with green leaves set on a white background. Butterflies which are interspersed near the flowers, makes this a striking piece. Even though the …

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Pair of Antique English Saucers

$275.00 for the pair

A lovely pair of Antique English Saucers that are hand painted in brilliant Imari colors. They have vivid tones of orange, cobalt blue, red and gilt set on a white background. A double border in gilt completes the design and gives the saucers a luxurious …

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Antique English Spode Waste Bowl

$295.00

A waste or slop bowl (as it would have been called at that time) is part of a traditional tea set as it held the used tea leaves. A Lovely Antique English Porcelain Spode hand painted Waste Bowl that has a gilt design interspersed with …

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Antique English Derby Small Porcelain Platter

$325.00

A lovely early 19th century Antique English Derby Small Porcelain Platter. Hand-painted with vibrant cobalt blue and orange colors with the addition of gilt, makes this an interesting piece. With 1 oval panel in the center surrounded by 4 round circles, this makes for an …

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Antique Mason’s Ironstone Dessert Plate

$350.00

For those of you who would like to know more about Ironstone, the first thing to know is it is not porcelain. Although the name is Ironstone, there is no iron in its composition. It is porous earthenware, made of clay mixed with feldspar. Ironstone …

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Pair of English Royal Crown Derby Miniature Vases

$350.00 for pair

A lovely pair of English Royal Crown Derby Porcelain pair of Miniature Vases in the Imari pattern. Adorned with the exquisite and popular pattern 1128 which showcases Japanese influence, each vase has vibrant gold, cobalt blue and iron red tones. On the bottom of the …

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Antique English Porcelain Waste Bowl

$350.00

In Europe, a waste bowl or slop bowl is one of the components of a traditional tea set. Most waste bowls were in porcelain, but some were also made in silver. In the 18th century, they typically held about half a pint, with some room …

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Antique English Creamware Sauce Boat

$385.00

Creamware, named after its ivory color, is a type of fine earthenware pottery. It was made from a combination of white clay and calcined flint, and was produced in England and Europe during the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. There were several versions of creamware …

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Antique English Shell Shaped Dish

$450.00

Shell Dishes, named as such for taking the shape of a shell, were used in Dessert Sets. These dishes were used to hold dessert and the handle made it convenient to pass around a table. A 19th century Antique English Shell Shaped Dish that is …

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Pair of Antique Majolica Plates

$450.00 for pair

The earliest examples of majolica – brightly colored earthenware – first emerged in the 1400s amid the Italian Renaissance. The use of a colorful tin glaze on ceramics was an innovation that Italian ceramic artists adapted from techniques that they observed on Spanish imports. One …

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Antique English Waste Bowl

$450.00

A waste or slop bowl (as it would have been called at that time) is part of a traditional tea set. It was used for emptying out the cold tea and remaining tea leaves before refilling the cup. This lovely Antique English Waste Bowl is …

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Pair of English Wedgwood Creamware Plates

$475.00 for pair

Creamware is earthenware pottery made from a combination of white clay and calcined flint. It is marked by a distinct cream color, almost like light butter, and was first produced in England around 1740. Creamware is also linked to countries such as France, Italy, and …

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Pair of Antique English Spode Felspar Plates

$550.00 for pair

Josiah Spode I started working in the English pottery business around 1760. By 1776, he had purchased a factory. Soon after this, he persuaded Thomas Lucas, an engraver, and James Richards, a printer, to leave the Caughley Works where they were employed and join his …

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Pair of Antique English Spode New Stone Plates

$585.00 for pair

For over 250 years, Spode Ironstone China has graced the tables of England, Europe as well as the United States. In approximately 1822, Spode introduced an adapted stone china called “New Stone”. This type of porcelain focused predominately more on occidental designs. It continued in …

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Pair of Antique English Saucer Dishes

$650.00 for pair

Job Ridgway (& Sons) is considered one of the most important family dynasties. They manufactured English porcelain and earthenware from the late 1790’s to the late 20th century. Initially, the company started with Job (1759 – 1813) and his younger brother, George who worked together …

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2 Pairs of Antique English Ridgway Drab Dessert Plates

$750.00 set of 4 or $400.00 for pair

The Ridgway family was a significant dynasty in the production of English Staffordshire pottery from the 1790’s to the 20th century. It was first produced by the brothers Job and George Ridgway in 1792 in North Staffordshire, England. Despite family tensions, the Ridgways continued to …

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Pair of Antique English Ridgway Candlesticks

$795.00 for pair

Drabware was originally made by Wedgwood circa 1810. The rich color of drabware is because each piece is created using dark clay, rather than white clay which is then glazed. This clear glaze over dark clay produces drabware’s naturally rich, saturated look. The shades of …

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Set of 4 Antique English Dessert Plates

$850.00 set of 4

An exquisite set of 4 Antique English Worcester Dessert Plates that are quite stunning with their exceptional design. This consists of a wonderful color combination of very vibrant tones of purple grapes and green leaves that are set on a white background. These 4 lovely …

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Antique English Copeland Spode Pottery Platter

$875.00

Copeland Spode China and Pottery began with Josiah Spode apprenticing as a potter in the mid 1700’s. He eventually started his own pottery business making cream colored earthenware and whiteware. After developing transferware printing, he opened up a shop in London in 1778 with William …

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Pair of Antique English Coalport Porcelain Shell Dishes

$950.00 for pair

Coalport was one of the leading manufacturers in the 19th century in Staffordshire. They produced a staggering range of porcelain products of all shapes and styles. They worked alongside other great manufacturers at that time such as Chamberlain Worcester, Davenport, Derby, and Minton. When we …

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Set of 6 Antique English Dinner Plates

$1,150.00 set of 6

A wonderful set of 6 Antique English Dinner Plates that are from the Regency period. The color combination on these plates is wonderful as brown, black and gilt create a very elegant and sophisticated look set on a white background. The colors are quite vibrant …

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Set of 4 Antique English Dessert Plates

$1,250.00 for set of 4

For anyone who likes to travel, learn about history and see breathtaking sights around the world, these superb and rare Set of 4 Antique English Dessert Plates are for you. In all the years that we have been in business, we have never seen a …

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Antique Wedgwood Dessert Service

$1,250.00 for set

A wonderful Antique English Dessert Service comprising of 6 Wedgwood Dessert Plates and a matching Shaped Dish. Vibrant tones of pinks, yellows, greens and reds resonate in a Chinoiserie design throughout each piece. This lovely Antique English Wedgwood Dessert Service is set on a white …

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Antique English Coalport Porcelain Centerpiece

$1,275.00

The Coalport Porcelain Company was established in Coalport, Shropshire, England in 1795. It gained recognition and notoriety for its high-quality and beautifully crafted porcelain pieces in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Coalport porcelain is highly regarded for its fine craftsmanship, delicate designs, and …

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Antique English Davenport Well and Tree Platter

$1,350.00

An exceptional Antique English Well and Tree Platter made by the English pottery and porcelain company, Davenport. It is wonderful in detail with its Oriental floral design as the colors are quite vibrant. There is a wonderful color combination of rust, teal, peach, green and …

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Antique English Mason’s Ironstone Jug

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A fine stoneware, called Ironstone China, was introduced in England in the early 19th century. It was patented by Charles James Mason (1791-1856) under the name “Mason’s Patent Ironstone China”. There is no iron in ironstone, and it is not porcelain or made in China. …

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Antique English Mason’s Ironstone Jug

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Mason’s Ironstone Jugs are always a favorite with the collectors, admirers, and enthusiasts of English Porcelain and Ironstone. These Jugs/Pitchers were used for milk, water and beer. The sizes can vary from the smallest being approximately 1 3/4 inches in height to as large as …

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Antique English Centerpiece

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A highly decorative and colorful Antique 19th century English Centerpiece that is truly spectacular. This piece is quite appealing with its intricate white and gilt base design extending up through the underside with its vibrant colors and culminating in the colorful bowl. Flowers in orange …

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Antique English Coalport Dessert Service

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A beautiful and extensive Antique English Coalport Dessert Service. It comprises of 18 pieces including 12 dessert plates, several different shaped dishes and a compote. The background is a  beautiful wine color and helps show off the flowers, butterflies, and insects. Gilding completes the wonderful …

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As we are enjoying Summer and spending a great deal of time outdoors, we thought this would be the ideal time to talk about flowers and how they relate to our selection of vases. With many of us working in our gardens and our flowers blooming, a perfect place to show them off is in a vase or a container. Fortunately for all of you, we have a wide variety to choose from.

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