Such a treat to see new treasures. Many pieces had their original 'for sale' tag and that helped in the identification too. CM and Son England, circa 1890 "Oban" pattern.
This post is a bit 'picture heavy' but if you enjoy seeing vintage pottery and glass it does have some lovely treats. Maling #101_.
Lovely turquoise and white glass jug (above).
Pottery J and M Bell 1850-1870 Scenic blue/white platter with a very old chip (below).
Finding a Fenton Amethyst vase is always a treat.
Flow blue and elaborate sugars and footed bowl with a peek at the box in which the china was packed.
She thinks that the two pictures below are Royal Nippon Cobalt. Circa 1880
Two different footed handled sugar bowls (above)
A very old dish, painted (below)
Royal Grafton Willow pattern platter circa 1900.
Always a favorite activity, identifying new treasures.
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