Child’s cup showing boy on miniature penny-farthing bicycle, with a second child very impressed. Blue transfer on white.
Souvenir cup of Canterbury Cathedral. Transfer-printed image on white and pink surround.
Found in the same deposit as the doll ‘Floradora’. Part of this cup (left) has been burned, and the glaze has partly melted. The other part shows no sign of burning. It is likely that the broken cup was swept up with other rubbish and flung in the fire,...
Pottery marks on plates, cups, etc, including Doulton, Alfred Meakin and Harrod’s (as retailer). 1890s-1910s.
Exterior view of tea cup with silver-grey floral decoration.
White tea cup with transfer-printed floral decoration in silver-grey (interior and exterior).
White cup with floral design transfer-printed in red.
Glassware from the School House, including a turquoise cup, a stem and foot from wine or sherry glasses, a jug or mug handle, part of a sugar bowl and a lamp flue.
Tea cup, plain white with red band to the rim. Handle missing. From the School House.
Plain white tea cup, ribbed design (base only). From the School House, Bergh Apton.
Child’s alphabet cup, for the letters I and J, with rhymes from Tom Thumb’s Alphabet. ‘I is an Italian who had a white mouse’ (showing the Italian, in hat, and a large mouse) ‘J is a Joiner who built up a house’ (showing the joiner...
Assorted crockery from labourers’ rubbish, Kent. Mocha ware to the left, transfer-printed ware to the right (mostly in blue ‘Willow Pattern’). This type of crockery was cheaply manufactured and used universally. There is no hand-painted ware, which...