#1012 Mullingar of Westmeath, Ireland is one of the most famous manufacturers in Europe. Their factory is a tourist destination. Mullingar goblets sell for about $80 so this is quite a bargain. This goblet features Book of Kells Celtic designs. It measures 9 x 6.5 cm.
#1013 Vintage hand painted plate by Bray Designs of Ireland from illustration based on the Book of Kells. It measures 23.5 cm.
#1014 Edward the VIII never became king. He was the one who abdicated to marry an American. This mug was produced and sold in anticipation of the coronation that never happened. Instead George VI, the father of Queen Elizabeth II, became king instead. An interesting piece of history. It is made by Midwinter Burslem in England. It measures 7.5 x 7 x 10 cm.
#1545 Alfred Meakin coronation dish of Elizabeth II, 1953. The dish measures 13 cm across.
#1542 This is one of the iconic Beleek designs. This is older but you can still buy these today. See this link from Bed Bath and Beyond where it is $197.99. This measures 16 x 8 x 6.5.
#1463 This mug was produced by Clokie and co, Castleford, Yorkshire England in 1935 to celebrate the Royal Jubilee of King George the V. It measures 8.5 x 11 x 8.25 cm.
#1015 Crystal tray by Shannon Crystal, an old traditional Irish design. It measures 30 x 16 cm.
#1016 Most Kinder Surprise toys are known to be plastic and cheap. But they made some limited metal figurines series almost 30 years ago. They are highly collectible today. This measures 4 x 0.5 cm
#1119 Barry Owen Jones was a founder of the Coach House Gallery and a book designer and illustrator. He has works in private and public collections around the world. these etchings sell for 120 British Pounds, when available at the Coach House Gallery which is equivalent to about $210 Canadian. This particular one appears to be sold out.
#1173 Three Irish milk bottles from the 1950s. they can be cleaned up or left as is. Three rare bottles. One has an old 4-digit phone number. They can be used to sort brushes for an artist, decoration in a bar, making something else. I do have a few others if you want more than these three.
#1304 This Quaich has been damaged by being crushed on one side. You can see some of the damage from the bottom. It is pressed down on one side. However, it is possible you might be able to fix it or still enjoy its design as it is. I am selling for only $5 due to this damage.
British, Irish, Celtic
This category includes items from the British Isles of particular connection to British or Celtic culture. I have left out many porcelain items made in England.