Coalport Porcelain c. 1839-45; the piece is part of a dessert service. Pattern no. 4/412, probably by Stephen Lawrance. The rim is decorated with a broad band of dark blue with three panels of naturally coloured floral groups. The centre is painted with a single flower, Blue Anemone.
A rare Nantgarw square dessert dish, circa 1818-20 Of Brace service type, decorated in London in the Bradley workshop with a full central flower spray, including rose, chrysanthemum, bluebell and a finely painted iris, the C-scrolled borders with a bird on a branch, a spray of fruit, a flowering rosebush and another floral spray,
A Minton vase and cover, circa 1870 Of tall upright form with double garland and ribbon tied handles, on a short stem and square base, the bright turquoise-green ground reserving small vignettes depicting classical scenes flanked by narrow bands of flowers, the lower band gilded with a band of stiff leaves,
A Minton pot-pourri vase and cover, circa 1860-70 The ovoid body with pierced decoration above a garland of flowers enclosing oval portrait vignettes, on a green ground, the cover pierced and with a flower finial