The Maling Harlequin basket is Maling pattern 6605 and is a stunning piece with the harlequin design picked out in contrasting colours – click here.
The Carlton Ware vase next is a superb vase with the vivid blue delphinium flowers. It is Carlton Ware pattern number 3273 and is a Carlton Ware Handcraft range piece dating c1929-1939 – click here.
The Denby pottery bowl is from the Glyn Ware range and the pattern is picked out with vivid turquoise leaves. This dish has the Glyn Colledge signature mark underneath – click here.
The boxed Corgi OOC model bus is a lovely model for toy collectors or railway enthusiasts. It is a 1:76 scale model which is equivalent to the OO gauge railway models, is boxed and comes in a limited edition of only 2500 – click here.
The final piece pictured above is an adorable PenDelfin rabbit Herald. He was designed by Jean Walmsley Heap and was the piece for the founder year of the PenDelfin club, quite a collector’s piece – click here.
An easy way to shop on PerfectPieces.co.uk is to view our ALL STOCK PAGE – this page displays every piece we currently have for sale so you’re able to glance down the images and see if anything catches your eye!
This Carlton Ware money bank is from the range of novelty money boxes that the Staffordshire pottery produced and is in the shape of a Pig. The range also included models such as a Clown, Horse and Frog to name a few!
We have several more currently for sale, including this humorous Carlton Ware Scots Guardsman money box:
If you’re looking for a Christmas gift for somebody special and want something unique then when not take a browse around the Perfect Pieces website?
We have a wide range of British Pottery & Glass to suit all ranges of budget. You’ll find everyday objects such as money banks and tankards through to stunning display pieces such as pieces from the very collectable Cornish Troika Pottery.
Here’s a selection of wares under £150 that are certainly worth considering:
Troika Cube Vase only £138 (FREE UK P&P)
Denby Tankard ONLY £28 (FREE UK P&P!)
Carlton Ware Money Box ONLY £38 (FREE UK P&P!)
If you’re looking for something specific then do get in touch with us and we’ll see what we can do! Alternatively, if you have any questions about how to buy, the buying process or simply want to keep your purchase secret then feel free to email or telephone us.
If you are looking for a Christmas present for a young child or even for a Carlton Ware collector then the Carlton Ware pottery novelty money boxes are certainly worth considering.
The Old Woman Who Lived In A Shoe is a fantastic example from this range of money banks with the actually money box moulded into the shape of a boot. On the front the design features a house (in the shape of the boot) with lots of little people standing at the windows and waving.
This money bank is brightly coloured and stands approximately 13cm tall (not quite as big as a real boot!). Currently all our Carlton Ware pottery prices include FREE UK POSTAGE & PACKAGING so be sure to order in plenty of time for Christmas!
It’s always difficult to come up with ideas for presents for little ones or indeed for adults with Retro styles – so what better than one of the money boxes from the range of retro money banks that Carlton Ware produced around the 1970’s?
With their vibrant colours and wacky designs these money boxes are a perfect gift. This particular one has been decorated with the Noah’s ark pattern in a vibrant blue colour. It bears the Carlton Ware script pottery mark on its base and has a clear plastic stopper in its base (to stop those pennies from escaping!).
The Carlton Ware pottery produced a whole range of novelty retro money banks decorated in bright and vivid colours. The range included a Train, Cat, Owl and Noah’s Ark to name just a few – this particular money box is Noah’s Ark and has been decorated in blue. It shows three animals, a lion, giraffe and elephant looking out of the windows on Noah’s Ark!
On its base it has its plastic stopper (so all your money can’t fall out!) and the Carlton Ware pottery script pottery mark. These date from the 1970’s and are really fantastic in design and decoration.
To see further images of this Carlton Ware money bank – click here, and please do not hesitate to contact us is you require any further information about this piece or are looking for another piece of Carlton ware pottery.