With the coat of arms of the English seaside town of Westcliff on Sea. Arcadian Crested China. The gilding round the rim is rubbed. (The coat of arms were granted to Westcliff-on-Sea in 1915.). Includes t he Latin motto: Per mare per ecclesiam (through the sea and through the church).
Gregory's Arcadian Ware. An old crested china miniature ewer. The front shows the coat of arms of the city of London. It has the town motto as well: Domine dirige nos. Tiny nibble on the inside "fold" of the top, but this doesn't really show.
The vase has the Coat of Arms of Hythe. This previously owned Arcadian Crested Ware Vase is in a good condition. The underneath has the makers mark with A & S(Arkinstall & Son) Stoke-on-Trent written in it,with Arcadian China written underneath it.
Arcadian Ware Tiny Vase with Tain Crest, Base Stamp A&S Stoke-on-Trent.
In excellent condition, tiny chip from tip of one leaf of Leak, see last photo.
Height 3.5',diameter 2.125'at the top and 1.5' at base.
Arcadian 1924 crested china for City Of Peterborough, miniature model of a vase. In very good condition, NO chips or cracks, just worn gilding worn off on the top edge. Height 2" inhces, base diameter 1" inch. Weight before packing 1st class packet post recorded delivery 18g.
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