Loading... Please wait...

Bridgwood Son Porcelaine Opaque China

  • Image 1
  • Image 2
  • Image 3
  • Image 4
  • Image 5
  • Image 6
  • Image 7
  • Image 8
  • Image 9
  • Image 10
  • Image 11
  • Image 12
  • Image 13
  • Image 14

Free Shipping
Current Stock:

Product Description

Bridgwood Son Porcelaine Opaque China c.1850s. Bridgwood & Son Porcelaine Opaque platter and soup tureen in good antique condition. Bridgwood & Son started in 1795 and was located in England. Based on the maker's mark we can date these pieces to pre-1891. In 1891 the country, where the china was made, had to be included and in this case does not inlcude "England" as part of the maker's mark. We were told these pieces date to the 1850s. Both pieces present beautifully and are very collectible. The yellow flowers appear to be daffodils (or jonquils) and they represent new beginnings/rebirth. They are also known as "Lent Lillies". The serving platter is 10" x 14.5 and the tureen, with the lid on is, 4.5" tall x 9" wide. There are a couple of chips on the inside of the lid lip and one on the corner of the lid but on the underside. When the lid is on, it is barely noticeable. We have included photographs for your review. Please mouse over the photographs to see the condition details up close. You may also click on any photograph to enlarge.

Free shipping applies to US customers only. This set will be shipped via USPS or UPS insured mail. International customers should contact us, prior to purchase, to obtain the appropriate shipping fee.

Find Similar Products by Category