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Paragon Fine Bone China Six World Famous Roses

Paragon Fine Bone China Six World Famous Roses

Paragon Fine Bone China Six World Famous Roses, a quintessentially British design featuring 6 of the flamboyant gardener’s, Harry Wheatcroft, roses.

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Kitsch Christmas Gifts

Kitsch Christmas Gifts

We tend to think of the kitsch Christmas gift as a modern phenomenon driven by the Chinese engine of industry where natural resources are harvested and then transformed into said products . Actually, this isn’t the case; witness this charming advert from 1928 where one could purchase a kitsch present for the telephone owner

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Shanghai Doll Factory (SDF) Post WW2 Teddy Bear

Shanghai Doll Factory (SDF) Teddy Bear

As a committed arctophile (lover and collector of Teddy Bears), I was becoming really frustrated at not being able to trace the manufacturer of my better half’s childhood teddy ‘Dodo’ (as in the extinct bird): a moth eaten well loved bear, whose arms and legs became adrift and were sewn back on several times by my Mum-in-law. The only real clue I had to go on was the small red fabric tongue sticking out of it’s mouth; surely that must be a recognisable feature?

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It’s Reigning Cats and Dogs By Collectibulldogs

It's Reigning Cats and Dogs By Collectibulldogs

It’s Reigning Cats and Dogs Hi everyone! Another treat in store for you today by way of a guest blog by my good friend, Eiffion Ashdown, of Collectibulldogs, and ‘Dog Dad’ to Wiggles the Bulldog! Congratulations to Eiffion for his recent awards for his blogging and for creating such a diverse Bulldog collection. For those whom may remember, Collectibulldogs now has a presence at Brighton Museum. As a testament to such hardwork, Eiffion has built a tremendous network of social media followers and should be highly commended! Over to Eiffion:- Good day avid readers of Mullard’s Antiques! How are you,…

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Love Blue And White Pottery?

Blue and white pottery

Love Blue And White Pottery? Following on from our blog Our Love Of Blue and White Pottery, I thought that I would share with you a few images of the current selection of blue and white pottery we have available in our online shop. What isn’t there to like? Vintage Wedgwood China Landscape Blue Rose Bread & Butter Plate Vintage Mason’s Manchu Blue Ironstone Sandwich Plate Vintage Mason’s Manchu Blue Ironstone Ginger Jar Vintage Mason’s Manchu Blue Ironstone Ginger Jar 1950s Wedgwood Blue Jasperware Small Flared Vase 1930s Wood & Sons Aquila Blue and White H H & G Small Oval Platter…

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Where was your Vintage Pyrex made?

Vintage Boxed English Pyrex Corning Rolling Pin

We have recently been discussing our love for vintage Pyrex ™ on the Vintage and Antiques community. Besides our appreciation for this versatile and iconic glassware, I was actually more intrigued by it’s manufacturing history.  Just exactly where was your pre-1998 vintage Pyrex made?

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How to Make Classic Home Interior Design Pieces Last

How to Make Classic Home Interior Design Pieces Last

Have you ever been interested in that vintage piece of wood, leather or glass but decided against buying, as you were not sure how to preserve or clean it? Worry no more with these handy care tips kindly provided by this week’s guest blogger, Hannah Hutchinson, an interior designer based in London. 

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