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There is an under glaze blue used to create the trunk of the vine.From this blue trunk emanate a wealth of fine gilt branches.So take a look at all we have to offer, and be inspired to set the scene for experiences that last a lifetime.NOTE: all the information is given in good faith and believed to be correct - however if you are going to use it for the basis of valuations, purchases or sales then you must verify it from independent, qualified sources.
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Charming Coalport Ladies of Fashion figurine, modelled and decorated by hand. Free from chips, although this has had a professional repair from our ex Royal Doulton restorer and artist. In good condition, with no chips or cracks, and measures approximately 8 inches (20 cm) in height. Charming Coalport figurine, modelled by Jack Glynn, a sweeping pink dress and a collection of flowers held in her hand. Clearly marked to the base with the Coalport mark, and in good condition with no chips or cracks. Measures 6.25 inches (15.9 cm) in height, and weighs unpackaged just under 200 grammes.c1991 Coalport High Society Figurine, style two designed by John Bromley. This figurine is in good condition with no chips or cracks, although this figurine has been professionally repaired.
Wearing green dress with yellow flowers to the bodice area. In good condition, with no chips or cracks, and measures 7 inches (18 cm) in height. Coalport figurine of a clown, polka dot outfit with maroon finish to the rims and to the pom pom on his hat. The original damage to the hand area is now not visible, and can easily be displayed and enjoyed. Measures 5 inches (13 cm) in height and weighs unpackaged 150 grammes. Charming Coalport figurine, dressed in Edwardian dress style - pale pink and white. A previous nip to the hat has been restored and now is not visible. Pretty little Coalport figurine, named Lynette and from the Debutante collection which was designed and modelled by John Bromley. In good condition, although has had a professional repair to the neck area.
Coalport was really the vision of an iron master called William Reynolds in the late 1700's who saw the area as a hub for the iron industry and built warehouses, factories and accommodations for his workers.
This earthenware brooch is one of six produced by Coalport between .
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An attractive New Hall teapot and teapot stand, beautifully decorated with pattern number 446, this in an 'Imari' palette, depicting a / fruiting grape vine.