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A particularly English form of soft paste porcelain, in which bone ash is used as a source of calcium in the clay. The resulting china is translucent and delicate in appearance, yet incredibly strong.

Bone China

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  1. Dragon Lustre vase, huge, baluster (Meiping) shape.

    Year : C1925

    Manufacturer : Wedgwood

    A$7,500.00
  2. Covered Bowl, pattern 1166

    Year : C1820

    Manufacturer : Spode

    A$1,200.00
  3. Knife Rest

    Year : C1820

    Manufacturer : Unknown

    A$75.00
  4. Knife Rest

    Year : C1820

    Manufacturer : Spode

    A$120.00
  5. Pair knife rests

    Year : C1820

    Manufacturer : Unknown

    A$120.00
  6. Pair Campana Vases, Birds in Landscapes

    Year : C1810

    Manufacturer : Coalport

    A$1,800.00
  7. Prince Phillip

    Year : C1953

    Manufacturer : Wedgwood

    A$750.00
  8. Clam Shell Centrepiece

    Year : C1880

    Manufacturer : Wedgwood

    A$2,500.00
  9. Lustre Box

    Year : C1925

    Manufacturer : Wedgwood

    A$600.00
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