This plate is obviously a hand made plate. The plate is thick. I was told at the time that is is Quimper but I have been unable to find anything like it to compare. The glaze is in good condition with a few chips around the edge. The colors are very vibrant blue and yellow.
This is a figure my dad bought in the late 1980s or early 1990s and I believe it is now discontinued, unfortunately there is no plaque under the base or anywhere on it identifying its name, model, serial number or anything like that. I assume it is a depiction of Napoleon or at least a French Soldier riding a white horse on its hind legs. At most it has 2 paper brochures attached by string to one of the horse legs. On the back of one however there are hand written numbers. Can anyone please help me identify this figure, its name, history, and value? Thank you very much.
These has never been used. They are still in the origional box. The postal sticker says there were 3 boxes shipped. Don't where they went. I'm sure this was atleast an 8 lpace setting.
This is a Royal Albert bone china tea cup and saucer. The pattern is called Old Country Roses.