There will soon be a new way to buy the Mullard Magic products you know and love. Due to popular demand, we will be starting our own online auction site “Mull-bay.”
Burgess and Leigh were established in 1851 in Burslem, Staffordshire, England, originally as Hulme and Booth
End Of Summer Sale, of Beautiful & Kitsch Vintage Pottery, Jugs & Vases. Now On at the Mullard Antiques Etsy Shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/MullardAntiques?section_id=1 But hurry, Sale ends on Monday 2nd September 2019! #mullardantiques, Mullardsale, #mullardetsyshop #etsysale #pottery #jugs, #pitchers #vases https://mullardantiques.co.uk/etsy-shop
Here at Mullard Antiques we are always on the look out for eclectic design, and our range of vintage lighting is no exception!
What do we mean when we talk about Vintage Model Railway/ Railroad? It usually means that the items are more than twenty years’ old. In this blog, we have a quick look at some of the N-Gauge manufacturers around in the 1960s/70s, when N-gauge was first introduced. Most of the brands still exist today!
Mullard Antiques And Collectibles Blog Snippet Of The Day: Who were Shelley Pottery and why is their art deco pottery so coveted?
Who were Alcock, Lindley & Bloor? How are they associated with Royal Doulton?
Vinyl revival is a term that, since 2007, has been bandied about by the media to describe the renewed interest in listening to vinyl gramophone records.
What is a Wall Pocket Vase? An Introduction To Wall Pockets What Is A Wall Pocket Vase? Today, we probably think of them as a flat backed ceramic vase, which can be wall mounted and filled with flowers but they are much more versatile than this. A wall pocket is not to be confused with a: Wall sconce, which is effectively a wall light or a receptacle for holding a light e.g. candles or, these days, electrical wires. Meissen Porcelain Wall Sconce Wall plaque a thin, flat plate or tablet of metal or porcelain intended for use as ornament. Art Deco Cope & Co Lady wall mask/ plaque…
A Short Overview Of SylvaC Pottery For those of you whom are regular readers of my blog, you are probably now all aware of the fact that I love pottery! Over the years I have acquired many pieces from vases to ornaments, to whole tea and dinner services. I don’t just collect one manufacturer or style; it tends to be a mixture of things that appeal at the time of purchase. Some things were given as gifts by now, sadly, deceased relatives and these items have sentimental value; a contact with the past and a loving memory. Others appeal because…