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Fortune Teller part of my collection

Fortune Teller part of my collection

Staffordshire pottery Fortune Teller theme, circa 1800s. It does have crazing and gold flaking all over. There is a vent hole in the back. The leaves are painted green with gold detailing, gold trim detailing is seen throughout this piece. The face paintings are in great shape and have all their detail. Please check photos for additional condition description. There is no makers mark/stamp or sticker on the bottom.  We purchased it at an estate auction in Little Rock, AR. It is currently...

Antique 1800's Staffordshire Fortune Teller Statue

Staffordshire pottery Fortune Teller theme, circa 1800s. It does have crazing and gold flaking all over. There is a vent hole in the back. The leaves are painted green with gold detailing, gold trim detailing is seen throughout this piece. The face paintings are in great shape and have all their detail. Please check photos for additional condition description. There is no makers mark/stamp or sticker on the bottom. We purchased it at an estate auction in Little Rock, AR. It is currently...

Antique Staffordshire pottery creamware teapot by Greatbach circa 1780 | 'The fortune teller'

Antique Staffordshire pottery creamware teapot by Greatbach circa 1780

Antique Staffordshire pottery creamware teapot by Greatbach circa 1780 | 'The fortune teller'

The fortune teller is a unique Staffordshire piece. The fortune teller is standing under a grape vine with a baby on her back. This pottery is done in creams and golds with Fortune Teller written on the base. It is in good condition with a small firing crack on the back right. (See picture) Height: 11 1/2 inches Wide: 8 1/2 inches Depth at Base: 3 inches

Fortune Teller, English Staffordshire

Staffordshire Fortune Teller Made In Late 1800 England

Mid Century Gypsy Fortune Teller Character Pitcher from Staffordshire's Artone Pottery at whimsicalvintage.rubylane.com

Mid Century Gypsy Fortune Teller Character Pitcher from Staffordshire's Artone Pottery: Removed

Staffordshire pottery Fortune Teller theme, circa 1800s. It does have crazing and gold flaking all over. There is a vent hole in the back. The leaves are painted green with gold detailing, gold trim detailing is seen throughout this piece. The face paintings are in great shape and have all their detail. Please check photos for additional condition description. There is no makers mark/stamp or sticker on the bottom.  We purchased it at an estate auction in Little Rock, AR. It is currently...

Antique 1800's Staffordshire Fortune Teller Statue

Staffordshire pottery Fortune Teller theme, circa 1800s. It does have crazing and gold flaking all over. There is a vent hole in the back. The leaves are painted green with gold detailing, gold trim detailing is seen throughout this piece. The face paintings are in great shape and have all their detail. Please check photos for additional condition description. There is no makers mark/stamp or sticker on the bottom. We purchased it at an estate auction in Little Rock, AR. It is currently...

Fortune Telling Tea Cup, Zodiac Signs, Royal Kendal fine bone china, Staffordshire, England

Fortune Telling Tea Cup, Zodiac Signs, Royal Kendal fine bone china, Staffordshire, England

Fortune Telling Tea Cup Zodiac Signs Royal by CampHoneybelle

Antique Figurine Victorian Figurine Large Staffordshire Figurine English Pottery

Antique Staffordshire Figurine Victorian Figurine Large English Pottery

Antique Staffordshire Figurine Victorian by vintagebiffann on Etsy

'The Fortune Teller' Earthenware flatbacks and figurines for mantelpiece decoration were first produced in Staffordshire in the late 1830s, and the earliest datable Staffordshire figures appear to be those of Queen Victoria. Images of royalty proved lucrative and during the 1840s countless other royal figures were issued by Staffordshire pottery firms. Although some Staffordshire portrait figures were produced after Victoria's death in 1901, few appear to have been produced after 1905…

'The Fortune Teller'

'The Fortune Teller' Earthenware flatbacks and figurines for mantelpiece decoration were first produced in Staffordshire in the late 1830s, and the earliest datable Staffordshire figures appear to be those of Queen Victoria. Images of royalty proved lucrative and during the 1840s countless other royal figures were issued by Staffordshire pottery firms. Although some Staffordshire portrait figures were produced after Victoria's death in 1901, few appear to have been produced after 1905…

Fortune Teller part of my collection

Fortune Teller part of my collection

Antique Staffordshire figurine.

Would love to be able to get this for my sister, whose birthday party featured Mrs. Calvert as a fortune teller!

SUPERB MID 19th c STAFFORDSHIRE FORTUNE TELLER FIGURINE GROUP & SPILL VASE c1840

SUPERB MID 19th c STAFFORDSHIRE FORTUNE TELLER FIGURINE GROUP & SPILL VASE c1840

antique Dresden Figural Group Young Woman Fortune Teller Cupid Germany 1800's | eBay

antique Dresden Figural Group Young Woman Fortune Teller Cupid Germany 1800's | eBay

1800's Big 19" #Staffordshire Figurine Statue #Garibaldi; European #Antique

1800's Big 19" #Staffordshire Figurine Statue #Garibaldi; European #Antique

Antique 1800s Staffordshire Large 12" FORTUNE TELLER  Figure Figurine Statue

Antique 1800s Staffordshire Large 12" FORTUNE TELLER Figure Figurine Statue

Here is a sweet little gypsy doll. Approximately 4 inch tall. Made of all rubber. She is poseable. Comes with all the little accessories. There is a unique black cast iron kettle & 1 spoon. I believe the spoon was made by theTootsie company back in the 1940s. 2 jars of potions, one spell book and a make-believe crystal ball. Her chair is for display only. You can find some Wizard and witch furniture in my shop under dollhouse miniatures.

Miniature Gypsy doll. Gypsy doll. Fortune teller. Miniatures. Miniature spell book. Miniature crystal ball. Witch potion. Miniature dolls

Here is a sweet little gypsy doll. Approximately 4 inch tall. Made of all rubber. She is poseable. Comes with all the little accessories. There is a unique black cast iron kettle & 1 spoon. I believe the spoon was made by theTootsie company back in the 1940s. 2 jars of potions, one spell book and a make-believe crystal ball. Her chair is for display only. You can find some Wizard and witch furniture in my shop under dollhouse miniatures.

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