Exquisite Wileman Shelley Cobalt & Rich Gold On Gainsborough Trio C1900
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Exquisite Wileman Shelley Cobalt & Rich Gold On Gainsborough Trio C1900:
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This classic and beautiful trio, consisting of a cup, saucer and bread and butter plate, was manufactured by Wileman/Shelley at their pottery in King Street, Fenton, Staffordshire. It is on the elegant Gainsborough shape. The pattern number is7084 . Both the saucer and plate carry the same The Foley China with the Wileman logo beneath for a backstamp.
All three pieces are in excellent condition (not new) being free from chips, cracks or crazing and the gilding is intact.
It isnormal tea size, i.e. the footed wide mouthed cup with a broken loop handle stands 6.5cms tall, the saucer is 14.5cms in diameter
and the plate is 18cms in diameter.
The decoration has been transfer printed and consists of fancy open cartouches surrounded by Cobalt and Gold scroll work. This is set on a snow white background, and all edges are gilded.
This is a superb cabinet trio, so do please look at the photographs and make up your own mind. It should be noted that flash is not used, and any white marks are purely light reflection.
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As the majority of our items are either vintage or antique porcelain, they have probably been used. Most items collect small scuffs, surface marks and signs of wear during their years of service, it would be impossible to list them all, however, where there is something significant, these will be pointed out. During the time period when these items were manufactured, there was no such thing as quality control, and the manufacturing process was not as it is today, so there may be a spot or two from when the set was fired in the kiln, black specks under the glaze, pin pricks where a glaze bubble popped, and non flat bases etc. The above is all part and parcel of the charm of old china, so if you are looking for new or near new items, then perhaps a visit to a shop might be your best option.
*All items described as accurately as possible, with no intention to deceive, however, we are only human and may unintentionally miss a minor fault. It should be noted that we are not experts, and whilst we research our items, any dates mentioned are to be used as a guide only.
*Where we have more than one of the same item, we may use a file photo.
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