The condition is very good,and these vases are a proper matching pair.
As you can see the old Summer Roses garlands are on each jug,with a smaller pattern on the back.The both plates have the Full backstamp of George Jones and also the Crescent mark £80 the pair. Ancient Regency period(Georgian c1820) item that amazingly has survived intact in the interim 186 years! It is in English Soft paste,and the pattern is well documented as Venus.There are a few minor age stains on the bottom and a very faint short line on the side,but overall excellent for the age. If you like collecting ancient English Pottery then this is for you.£89 "Hand painted Dickens series,1920 reproduction of Frank Reynolds famous picture. Made in England" There is some rubbing to the glaze,as is always the case in this sort of pottery,but there is no damage as such.£95GB pounds STAFFORDSHIRE.It is a good sized object,about 13 inches across and high. This is one of the finest Silver Lustre teapots we have had over the years as it is very neat in size,not heavy and not cumbersome as most are,it also has an excellent covering of silver lustre with no rubbing. This item is so unusual as it also is a money box,and,as the only way to remove the money would be by smashing the item,that is why this is so rare as obviously not many survived. The edge of the plate is scalloped and the condition is very good. Fine matching pair of Staffordshire plates in excellent condition -- Intensely Flow Blue.The condition is one of total excellence,whoever buys this will be very pleased.c1850 ....£68 GB pounds This is a lovely large antique copper lustre jug with a high sheen.(nb*Copper lustre doesn't photo well,the shine is not showing in the photo)We have several of these jugs for sale,we have 2 like this measuring 7- 8inches tall,in beautiful condition,both dating from the Mid Victorian period c1850. The condition is really excellent,it has been well looked after since it was made in c1850. There is no maker,but we have seen this same designed plate marked George Jones. This one was known as Swan Cottage and has enjoyed a large following over the years with collectors. This example from Mid Victorian days is a superb item,very primitive,edged bocage ~~~ so,as it should be,nothing highbrow, just a good old fashioned Victorian Staffordshire pastille burner. The pattern is of course the perennial favourite "ABBEY".