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chine plates etc anyone know about this stuff

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2y, 5m agoPosted 2 years, 5 months ago
Hi, my lad has got it in his head that these are worth some money two cups with plates underneath it has a1225
im clueless and no real results with google

thanks inadvance
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2y, 5m agoPosted 2 years, 5 months ago
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wanderer
archer1204
We need to know more information
where did he get them from
What is the provenance

Do you have a local auction house near you

more info is why I am asking
big box of stuff at boot fair
>?????
auction house will only look at it if you pay or enter the item
Not necessarily they have free valuation days plus you could always offer to send them a picture.
Heres one link from a very reputable auction house.
http://www.bonhams.com/how_to_sell/9882/
He may have just got very lucky some people do
If they are found to be genuine as nowadays there are some incredible fakes out there
The pattern for some reason looks familiar to me but need to do some more research.

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[img]http://i135.photobucket.com/albums/q142/Wanderers_2006/P1010215.jpg[/img]
#2
how much does he think they are worth?
#3
he's thinking around £50
#4
We need to know more information
where did he get them from
What is the provenance

Do you have a local auction house near you
#5
archer1204
We need to know more information
where did he get them from
What is the provenance

Do you have a local auction house near you

more info is why I am asking
big box of stuff at boot fair
>?????
auction house will only look at it if you pay or enter the item
#6
wanderer
archer1204
We need to know more information
where did he get them from
What is the provenance

Do you have a local auction house near you

more info is why I am asking
big box of stuff at boot fair
>?????
auction house will only look at it if you pay or enter the item
Not necessarily they have free valuation days plus you could always offer to send them a picture.
Heres one link from a very reputable auction house.
http://www.bonhams.com/how_to_sell/9882/
He may have just got very lucky some people do
If they are found to be genuine as nowadays there are some incredible fakes out there
The pattern for some reason looks familiar to me but need to do some more research.
#7
Try here.

Edited By: a904lea on Jul 08, 2014 20:18
#8
archer1204
wanderer
archer1204
We need to know more information
where did he get them from
What is the provenance

Do you have a local auction house near you

more info is why I am asking
big box of stuff at boot fair
>?????
auction house will only look at it if you pay or enter the item
Not necessarily they have free valuation days plus you could always offer to send them a picture.
Heres one link from a very reputable auction house.
http://www.bonhams.com/how_to_sell/9882/
He may have just got very lucky some people do
If they are found to be genuine as nowadays there are some incredible fakes out there
The pattern for some reason looks familiar to me but need to do some more research.

See thats what he's been saying that he has seen it somewhere and the marking in the rear of the plate is strange too
its like a Letter A with a sideways 6 or ^ and below it this <|
so
6
<| or

G
<|
and the cup A1225 in red
strange





Edited By: wanderer on Jul 08, 2014 23:24
#9
wanderer
archer1204
wanderer
archer1204
We need to know more information
where did he get them from
What is the provenance

Do you have a local auction house near you

more info is why I am asking
big box of stuff at boot fair
>?????
auction house will only look at it if you pay or enter the item
Not necessarily they have free valuation days plus you could always offer to send them a picture.
Heres one link from a very reputable auction house.
http://www.bonhams.com/how_to_sell/9882/
He may have just got very lucky some people do
If they are found to be genuine as nowadays there are some incredible fakes out there
The pattern for some reason looks familiar to me but need to do some more research.

See thats what he's been saying that he has seen it somewhere and the marking in the rear of the plate is strange too
its like a Letter A with a sideways 6 or ^ and below it this <|
so
6 G
<| or <|
and the cup A1225 in red
strange



Thats why if you send an email and a picture to that link i sent you then you will find out the main thing i am interested in are the three dots as well.Intrigued to find out keep us informed hopefully they are real
#10
I am I intrigued too!
#11
ok submitted let see , if not its off to the rifle range with em lol
#12
wanderer
ok submitted let see , if not its off to the rifle range with em lol
Bonhams have a very good reputation but if your not happy with the valuation you could always get a second opinion did you speak to someone or just sent the email
#13
just forwarded the picture with brief note, its just a case of is it or is it not then we go from there
#14
Thank you for your email enquiry about your cup and saucer, which has been forwarded to the ceramics and glass department at Bonhams in New Bond Street.



Your cup and saucer is English porcelain, circa 1860-70 in date, and in the style of Minton pottery. The number on the base is likely to refer to the pattern number. Whilst attractive, sadly there are simply no buyers for pieces such as this, as modern lifestyles, dishwashers and microwaves have rendered them obsolete now. A complete tea set in this pattern would probably fetch much less than 50 pounds at auction, so I am afraid your two cups have a small decorative value only
#15
wanderer
Thank you for your email enquiry about your cup and saucer, which has been forwarded to the ceramics and glass department at Bonhams in New Bond Street.



Your cup and saucer is English porcelain, circa 1860-70 in date, and in the style of Minton pottery. The number on the base is likely to refer to the pattern number. Whilst attractive, sadly there are simply no buyers for pieces such as this, as modern lifestyles, dishwashers and microwaves have rendered them obsolete now. A complete tea set in this pattern would probably fetch much less than 50 pounds at auction, so I am afraid your two cups have a small decorative value only
I thought i recognised the pattern so whats going to happen to them now
#16
he's thinking of popping an ad on ebay for £20 and gumtree
#17
have a look for anyone collecting minton in particular you never know other people might need them to complete a set

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