A few pick-me-ups to brighten the dullest drawing-room. Porcelain from Royal Crown Derby. 19th century. Two that are Regency and one that is later.

Pair of campana-shaped urns. ca. 1820.
Pair of campana-shaped urns. ca. 1820. Hand-painted imari decoration with gilt serpentine handles and gold leaf.Stamped with red crown mark and crossed batons underneath. Image © Aspire Auctions, Cleveland. Fair use license. via https://www.aspireauctions.com/#!/catalog/346/1815/lot/76391
Vase. ca. 1875.
Vase. ca. 1875. Hand-painted in brown near rim “1282”.Center of base hand-printed in orange. Incised crown over two entwined Ds company logo. Theodore B. Starr for Royal Derby. Designed by Starr in New York and manufactured by Royal Derby in England. Image © Brooklyn Museum. Cc0 License. via https://www.brooklynmuseum.org/opencollection/objects/158928
Cylindrical vases. ca. 1806 to 1825.
Cylindrical vases with three claw feet. ca. 1806 to 1825. Hand decorated in gilt with a design of scrolls, flowers and leaves on an enameled cobalt blue ground. Image © Patrick Howard Antiques. © 2001 – 2019 Sellingantiques Ltd. Fair use license. via https://www.sellingantiques.co.uk/486810/pair-rare-regency-royal-crown-derby-porcelain-vases-early-19thct/

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