British Ceramics

Bonhams is the world's leading auctioneer for British ceramics. Specialised sales of the best English and Welsh pottery and porcelain are held at New Bond Street and ceramics sales are also held in Oxford and Chester. In Edinburgh Scottish pottery is also featured. Bonhams expertise in British ceramics is unrivalled. Our high quality catalogues attract buyers and sellers throughout the world and record prices are achieved. Single-owner sales of important collections have included porcelain from the Watney and Geoffrey Godden Collections.

Our British sales regularly feature delftware, creamware, pearlware and Staffordshire, 18th century English porcelain including Limehouse, Chelsea, Bow, Worcester, Longton Hall, Derby and Lowestoft, English enamels, Regency porcelain, Swansea and Nantgarw, Majolica, Pâte-sur-Pâte and Royal Worcester.

A very rare English delftware posset pot and cover, dated 1697,

Sold for £31,250 (US$ 52,896) inc. premium

A Staffordshire slipware dish by William Talor, circa 1680-85

Sold for £51,650 (US$ 87,427) inc. premium

An important St James' (Charles Gouyn) figural group circa 1752

Sold for £60,000 (US$ 101,561) inc. premium
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