I often times like to think that things just happen for a reason. Take for instance when I saw this lovely bowl at a charity shop in London. I picked it up, looked at it and thought… hmmm, where am I going to fit this? I decided to leave it and walk around the other shops for a bit. But, as I started the walk back to my car, my legs took me elsewhere. Back to the shop I went to pick up this lovely piece. I was drawn to it, and it had to be mine. I also have an partially complete collection of Churchill Blue Willow. But these are all stories for another blog post!
Forget majolica. Forget Chinese export and blue willow and Fiesta and every other highly collectible dishware of the decade. In the last year or so chintz ware has become “the rising star of collectibles,” as Barbara Jacksier, editor of Country Collectibles and Country Victorian magazines, puts it.
Very fine and totally original/’s date, James Kent Du Barry jug. DUBARRY jug, this is a ‘s copy by James Kent to celebrate the pottery anniversary.
Learn how to take your home from blah to bananas. We’re dishing on all the ways to bring chic and unique style to your space. Warning: Decorating with Chairish can be addictive. James Kent Rosalynde Chintz Salad Plate Set of 4 features pink, blue and yellow chintz floral pattern with a scalloped There is visible crazing on each plate.
This is a vintage set of English chintzware perfect for use at your next tea party or brunch. Replacements, Ltd. Return Policy – All sales are final 48 hours after delivery, unless otherwise specified.
James Kent Vintage China Valley Farm Display Chintz Plate England c1950s
Description: This is the crossroads on City Road in Fenton. Fountain Street is off to the right with Glebedale Road in the foreground. City road runs across from left to right. On the right hand side are the kilns that belonged to James Kent. They date from around and stand in Kent’s modern factory.
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Although chintz ceramics have been produced since the 17 th century, most American collectors are looking for the English chintz pottery produced from the s until the late s by factories like Grimwade’s Royal Winton , James Kent, Elijah Cotton Lord Nelson and A. Richardson Crown Ducal. In three books were published almost simultaneously in Canada, in the United States and in England and collecting became frenzied.
Inevitably, the factories were approached to reproduce chintz and both Royal Winton and James Kent started to reproduce their old patterns and shapes in It can be difficult for new collectors or occasional chintz dealers to buy chintz with confidence — especially on the Internet auction sites. The first piece of so-called new Royal Winton was a limited edition Florence vase in a new shape, carefully marked and numbered. Winton also produced a Julia stacking teapot and Nita wall pockets in Julia, Florence and Summertime for the Old Chintz Company; the backstamp on these pieces is very similar to the vintage backstamp except for the limited edition.
Since Winton never made limited editions prior to anything with limited edition in the backstamp is definitely new. When Royal Winton decided to make new tableware and gift wares they used the so-called “deco” backstamp original shown Fig. The company felt that adding “LTD. Various collectors groups around the world disagreed. After discussion, the factory added “” under the backstamp starting in February Fig. Pieces sent from the factory from late to February do not have “”.
James Kent Rosalynde Chintz Salad Plate – Set of 4
Is there a 4th marking? I have 2 peices by James Kent. First peice is a Dish with a cover, green trim with white and purple flowers. Its has a gold rim round the top and bottom and 2 pictures of steam coaches on either side. On the bottom of the mug there is no crown or anything just the plain words old foley,james kent ltd staffordshire england.
: James Kent England Old Foley Roses – 3 in. Square Dish model number. Vintage 3 in. porcelain dish; Old Foley – rose pattern #; 73 also on the bottom; Made in England Date First Available, February 11,
No chips, cracks. Dimensions are approximately:. Diameter: 23cms 9″ ins. The plate central theme shows a rural English scene from the Valley Farm painting by reknowned artist John Constable. The plate is decorated with embossing see close up pic and the gold chintz overlay is a lovely additional feature. Overall very good vintage condition for age. A small amount of discolouration to the sky at the top left, otherwise the picture is very good.
Some teeny age related wear to the gilding and some fine crazing mainly confined to the back.
Antique James Kent Ye Olde Foley Ware Pottery Vase
Vintage James Kent Longton. Very good quality. Used once. Collection only from Chester le Street but delivery possible. James Kent Ltd Having a loft clear out! The back has marks on and glazing lines.
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The Antique Seller has clarified that the James Kent Ye Olde Foley Ware Pottery Vase ( / LA) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period.
A History of the County of Stafford: Volume 8. Originally published by Victoria County History, London, This free content was digitised by double rekeying. All rights reserved. THE town of Fenton lies in the south of the Potteries and in formed an urban district. In the northern part of the area there remains much open country which rises to over ft.
In the south, below Grove Road, the land rises to ft. In the River Trent formed the boundary of Fenton to the west and the Cockster Brook to the south and the east the common boundary with Longton , while the northern boundary adjoining the township of Botteslow followed an irregular line with no geographical significance. At Lawn Farm in the northeast of the area there exists a homestead moat, which, it has been suggested, may have been the site of Fenton Vivian manor house.
By this time Lower Lane and Lane Delph were still the largest centres of population and contained two chapels, the only places of worship in the area. At the Foley, near the Longton boundary, there were by the ‘s several potworks and some large houses. Little Fenton manor house, or Fenton Manor as it was called, and Fenton Hall were situated in the north-west of the area, while Whieldon’s Grove lay to the south of the main road near Stoke Bridge.
In the next half-century Fenton gradually ceased to be a collection of separate villages and assumed a more urban character. In this area the building between and fn.