Ceramics

At Fieldings we are happy to advise our clients on all varieties of ceramics from 16th Century British and European porcelain to mid 20th Century and contemporary studio pottery. With an assortment of ceramics included in every monthly sale and more specialist 20th Century ceramics included in our biannual Decades of Design sale, there is something for every avid ceramics collector. The department is run by Alison and if it is made of pot she is the lady in the know. Read more

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Meet our Ceramics specialist

Alison Snowdon

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Our next auction

The November Sale including Mantiques: Thursday 12 November 2020

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Fieldings house ceramics record - a pair of Mid 18th Century blue and white Limehouse sauce boats selling for £34,000 in 2012.

Alison’s most memorable find - a Meissen teapot sold in 2018. Consigned from a private collection and last seen on the market in the 1940s, this Meissen teapot was quite simply charming. Dating to around 1780, it had hand painted decoration showing Chinese elders taking tea.

Alison’s dream find - a piece of Madoura pottery designed by Pablo Picasso - specifically an animal or bird piece.

Christopher Dresser - Linthorpe Pottery vase, sold £4,100

Florence Barlow - Doulton Lambeth - A late 19th Century stoneware Isobath inkwell, sold £4,800

A Royal Worcester coffee service decorated by William Powell, sold £4,500

A set of six Royal Worcester shape 1471 teacups and saucers, sold £3,600

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