European Ceramics

Our reputation as the leading regional saleroom for English and European ceramics is long-established and was recently cemented with the record-breaking sale of the John Bartlam teapot to the Metropolitan Museum in New York. We hold three standalone sales of ceramics and glass each calendar year and are pleased to provide valuations for auction, insurance or probate.

We are dedicated to achieving the best prices and sale rates for our vendors, whether for a single item or a full collection, and pride ourselves on our service to buyers, offering full condition reports and flexible viewing times when required.

Forthcoming Sales

16th October 2018 - English and European Ceramics and Glass 
Closing date for entries - 28th August 2018

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  • Recent Sale Highlights
  • An important and previously unrecorded American porcelain teapot attributed to John Bartlam (Cain Ho
    Sold For £ 460,000
  • A Tournai egg cup from the Duc d'Orleans service c.1787-92
    Sold For £ 12,000
  • A fine and very rare early Worcester mug c.1754-55
    Sold For £ 34,000
  • A good and rare political creamware mug 2nd half 18th century
    Sold For £ 10,000
  • A large and rare near pair of Bristol figures of a Goatherd and a Milkmaid c.1775
    Sold For £ 6,000
  • A rare pair of Chelsea models of sheep c.1755
    Sold For £ 6,400
  • An extremely rare and interesting Vincennes flared cup (gobelet la Reine) and saucer c.1751
    Sold For £ 13,000
  • An impressive pair of Minton Majolica stick stands date codes for 1875
    Sold For £ 12,000
  • A rare Cozzi society-group teabowl and saucer c.1765-70
    Sold For £ 7,200
  • A Worcester octagonal teabowl c.1753-54
    Sold For £ 1,000
  • Previous Sales
Contact Department
Clare Durham Associate Director
Tel: +44 (0)1722 424507 Fax: +44 (0)1722 424508
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