To view the Canonbury Antiques range of majolica porcelain click here

Minton Ltd was an English ceramics company founded by Thomas Minton (1765-1836) in Stoke-upon-Trent in Staffordshire, England. At the Great Exhibition of 1851 Minton launched his successful majolica range. Majolica is a type of heavy glaze pottery using bright colours.

PAIR ENGLISH MAJOLICA POTTERY MAIDEN VASES VASE

PAIR ENGLISH MAJOLICA POTTERY MAIDEN VASES VASE

You are viewing a gorgeous pair of English Minton style majolica style porcelain maiden vases. I hope the photos do this stunning pair some justice, it’s certainly more impressive in the flesh and would make for a great addition to any home interiors scheme and collection.

Pair English Majolica Pottery Squirrel Pots Planters Minton

Pair English Majolica Pottery Squirrel Pots Planters Minton

You are viewing a wonderful pair of English porcelain squirrel planters in the Minton manner. They are majolica porcelain with it’s distinctive colourful glaze. Perhaps the most distinctive feature is the pair of gorgeous squirrels to either side of the urns.

ENGLISH MAJOLICA RABBIT POTThttp://www.canonburyantiques.com/index.phpERY TUREENS DISHS BOWLS

ENGLISH MAJOLICA RABBIT POTTERY TUREENS DISHS BOWLS

– Stunning pair of English majolica pottery tureens with great rustic designs
including rabbits and the chicken surmounting the lid
– The heavy glazed painted designs are very vivid and bright
– The lid features all the interwoven leaves all hand painted
– Both tureens offered in great shape and we will ship to anywhere in the world

To view the Canonbury Antiques range of majolica porcelain click here

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