Sunday, February 18, 2018

The Hope Service Plate, Flight Worcester c. 1790-2

Lavish is the word that best describes this Flight Worcester plate. It's from the ‘Hope’ service, ordered in 1789 by William Henry, the Duke...

2016 Exhibition Preview Slideshow

A brief look at a few of the 500+ pieces in our 2016 Exhibition, going on show in our Geelong premises June 18th, 2016.   View...
Moorabool's 2016 Catalogue of Fine Antique Ceramics

2016 Catalogue

a feast of fine ceramics
Sulkowski Meissen Charger c. 1735-8

The Sulkowski Charger -purchased by the NGV

We have found a number of outstanding items over the years, and many of these have left Australia for distant shores. It's with great...
8 Pipers Piping

Christmas Fun!

It's almost Christmas.....  what a busy year it has been!  We've had some fun with our stock and we'd like to share it -...

A First-Fleet connected Worcester Porcelain Discovery

For Australians, the First Fleet is the beginning of western culture and the foundation of our present society. Items connected with this remarkable period in...

Over 2,000 items….

We've reached & passed 2,000 items listed on this site....  there is constant work being done behind the scenes, with fresh items uploaded almost...
Early Meissen figures

Our 2015 Exhibition is Live!

This past Saturday, Moorabool had a busy start to our 2015 Exhibition of Recent Acquisitions, with a good number of both people & sales....

A Yellow Sévres new discovery, 1788

A colourful Sévres coffee can & saucer has a fascinating tale to tell, and is an as-yet unpublished clue that helps to identify a...
The Bard, Swansea porcelain by Thomas Baxter c. 1818

A Swansea plate with a Welsh subject, by Baxter, c.1818

The Bard plate, Swansea porcelain painted by Thomas Baxter , circa 1818.     Produced for just a few short years in the early 19th century, Welsh...

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