Royal Crown Derby

View previous topic View next topic Go down

Royal Crown Derby

Post by RVsaid on January 10th 2013, 10:02 am

Hi

This plate, both in feel and colours reminded me so much of the Rorstrand Mon Amie range. Unmarked apart from the single letter/cypher shown inset. Approx 9 inches across with a raised rippled edge.

avatar
RVsaid

Number of posts : 1187
Location : Torbay, England
Registration date : 2012-08-12

Back to top Go down

Re: Royal Crown Derby

Post by bistoboy on January 10th 2013, 1:27 pm

feel like i've seen something similar before, but it was flow blue and it was a staffordshire potter, but can't for the life of me remember who. The pattern was a variation on the classic Aster flower design. Sorry, that doesn't help much.
avatar
bistoboy

Male Number of posts : 1695
Location : portsmouth
Registration date : 2009-05-27

http://www.porcelainporn.blogspot.com

Back to top Go down

Re: Royal Crown Derby

Post by RVsaid on January 10th 2013, 2:39 pm

Ahh Bisto, thanks for trying.
avatar
RVsaid

Number of posts : 1187
Location : Torbay, England
Registration date : 2012-08-12

Back to top Go down

Re: Royal Crown Derby

Post by NaomiM on January 10th 2013, 6:10 pm

I have a couple of thee too. They are blanks, made at various staffordshire factories, for the 19th Century Royal Crown Derby Old Imari pattern. Decorated with the cobalt blue underglaze, before being sent to Royal Crown Derby for the orange enamel over paint decoration and gilding.
These are seconds.

_________________
Just my personal opinion, take it or leave it.
avatar
NaomiM
Administrator
Administrator

Female Number of posts : 15792
Location : Hampshire
Registration date : 2012-05-15

Back to top Go down

Re: Royal Crown Derby

Post by NaomiM on January 10th 2013, 8:08 pm

An example can be seen on ebay listing titled "VINTAGE ROYAL CROWN DERBY OLD IMARI 1128 DINNER PLATE 10.5" PERFECT c1888"

_________________
Just my personal opinion, take it or leave it.
avatar
NaomiM
Administrator
Administrator

Female Number of posts : 15792
Location : Hampshire
Registration date : 2012-05-15

Back to top Go down

Re: Royal Crown Derby

Post by RVsaid on January 11th 2013, 3:40 pm

Thanks everyone, boy I was way off Happy
avatar
RVsaid

Number of posts : 1187
Location : Torbay, England
Registration date : 2012-08-12

Back to top Go down

Re: Royal Crown Derby

Post by denbydump on December 24th 2014, 12:02 am

All wrong sorry. These are modern seconds from the Imari range.
At each of many of stages of production, any items with flaws are weeded out
before the multiple colouring and gilding stages. They should be destined for the
skip, but you can find these in the factory shop bargain baskets.
These are known locally as undecorated or, blue and white Crown Derby seconds.
Very common here, though some small value for the more unusual pieces.

avatar
denbydump
Consultant
Consultant

Number of posts : 3015
Location : Derbyshire
Registration date : 2014-06-01

http://www.magicfabric.magix.net/public/

Back to top Go down

Re: Royal Crown Derby

Post by NaomiM on December 24th 2014, 12:50 am

But hasn't the Imari pattern been made since the 19thC? Surely there have been seconds produced from then until today.

_________________
Just my personal opinion, take it or leave it.
avatar
NaomiM
Administrator
Administrator

Female Number of posts : 15792
Location : Hampshire
Registration date : 2012-05-15

Back to top Go down

Re: Royal Crown Derby

Post by denbydump on December 24th 2014, 12:57 am

Yes Naomi, but now you can find them on every boot/charity shop round here.
They do have a small secondary value, how many would you like?

If you come to my local centre you can fill your car with this stuff!
avatar
denbydump
Consultant
Consultant

Number of posts : 3015
Location : Derbyshire
Registration date : 2014-06-01

http://www.magicfabric.magix.net/public/

Back to top Go down

Re: Royal Crown Derby

Post by NaomiM on September 17th 2016, 9:19 pm

Royal Crown Derby blue & white muffin dish with Peacock pattern.
Blue ink mark plus impressed 'Derby' mark.
Late 1800s-early 1900s









_________________
Just my personal opinion, take it or leave it.
avatar
NaomiM
Administrator
Administrator

Female Number of posts : 15792
Location : Hampshire
Registration date : 2012-05-15

Back to top Go down

Re: Royal Crown Derby

Post by denbydump on September 18th 2016, 7:36 pm

Whooaa at last, some proper Crown Derby!
Not like the acres of overpriced factory seconds crap I saw on the boots today.
avatar
denbydump
Consultant
Consultant

Number of posts : 3015
Location : Derbyshire
Registration date : 2014-06-01

http://www.magicfabric.magix.net/public/

Back to top Go down

Re: Royal Crown Derby

Post by NaomiM on September 18th 2016, 8:52 pm

Lol! Happy

_________________
Just my personal opinion, take it or leave it.
avatar
NaomiM
Administrator
Administrator

Female Number of posts : 15792
Location : Hampshire
Registration date : 2012-05-15

Back to top Go down

Re: Royal Crown Derby

Post by denbydump on September 18th 2016, 9:40 pm

If there is no damage, or wear on the gilding, that is a really decent bit Naomi.
It looks good from the pix.
avatar
denbydump
Consultant
Consultant

Number of posts : 3015
Location : Derbyshire
Registration date : 2014-06-01

http://www.magicfabric.magix.net/public/

Back to top Go down

Re: Royal Crown Derby

Post by NaomiM on September 18th 2016, 10:05 pm

It is in pretty decent condition :)

_________________
Just my personal opinion, take it or leave it.
avatar
NaomiM
Administrator
Administrator

Female Number of posts : 15792
Location : Hampshire
Registration date : 2012-05-15

Back to top Go down

Re: Royal Crown Derby

Post by Sponsored content


Sponsored content


Back to top Go down

View previous topic View next topic Back to top


 
Permissions in this forum:
You cannot reply to topics in this forum