Beswick Figurines - Beatrix Potter, Winnie The Pooh and Alice Series Figurines

Beswick pottery's ranges of collectable figurines have charmed collectors for years, and Beswick figures have a strong collector following in the UK. Taking their inspiration from classic children's stories such as Winnie The Pooh, Beatrix Potter and Alice In Wonderland, Beswick figures are always beautifully modelled and decorated and will no doubt be popular for many years to come.

Beswick Beatrix Potter Fierce Bad Rabbit 1st Version (Feet Out) number 2586/1, BP-3b stamp.

Beswick Beatrix Potter Fierce Bad Rabbit 1st Version (Feet Out) number 2586/1, BP-3b stamp.

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£40
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Crown Devon

The Crown Devon Fieldings pottery was one of the premier Stoke-on-Trent potteries of their day, producing high quality and good value tableware and decorative ware for more than 100 years from their inception in 1878.

The Crown Devon Art Deco matt-glazed and lustre wares have always been particularly popular with collectors, as have Crown Devon's musical wares, themed with folk songs and commemorative events.

Crown Devon Fieldings Galleon pattern jug pattern M169, c1930s-mid 1940s.

Crown Devon Fieldings Galleon pattern jug pattern M169, c1930s-mid 1940s.

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£140
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Royal Doulton Figurines

Royal Doulton's ranges of beautifully-modelled fine china figurines and literary-themed collectable figures have been consistently popular with Royal Doulton collectors for many years.

Royal Doulton Figurine HN2287 Symphony, 1961-1965.

Royal Doulton Figurine HN2287 Symphony, 1961-1965.

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£25
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Ruskin

The Ruskin Pottery was founded in 1898 by Edward Richard Taylor, who named it in honour of philosopher John Ruskin, who he greatly admired. In 1912, Taylor's son, William Howson Taylor, took over the running of the Ruskin Pottery, and continued to work towards the same creative ideals as his father.

It is certainly true to say that although small in scale, Ruskin Pottery was one of the leading exponents of British art pottery in the early twentieth century.

Ruskin Pottery Large Vase Impressed Ruskin England - Featured In BBC Antiques Master

Ruskin Pottery Large Vase Impressed Ruskin England - Featured In BBC Antiques Master

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£120
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Gray's Pottery

Gray's Pottery was established in 1907 by Albert Edward Gray as a pottery decorating business in Stoke-on-Trent. Gray rapidly built up a team of talented decorators and over the years employed many talented designers, most notably Susie Cooper, to design patterns for Gray's pottery stylish earthenware.

Gray's Pottery Plate - Art Deco Design

Gray's Pottery Plate - Art Deco Design

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£68
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