Above are some typical examples of porcelain which we have had in stock recently.
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Devon-based Bampton Gallery was set up by Gerald and Pauline Chidwick in Brook Street, Bampton, in 1998 as a general Antique Shop. It gradually built a reputation in Ceramics and ultimately resulted in a specialised trade in early English porcelain which is now conducted through this website. With the closure of the shop, we have retained a showcase display in the Toucan Cafe (EX16 9LY), next door to our original location, and we also have showcases at Hambridge Antiques in the Bowdens Farm Smokery Centre in Somerset (TA10 0BP), near Curry Rivel and between Taunton and Langport.
Customers can be seen by appointment in Bampton and we can be contacted by telephone and e-mail. Purchases can be collected, delivered or posted.
We concentrate on maintaining a range of stock of English Porcelain of the 18th and 19th Centuries, essentially from c1750 - 1840, together with a more limited range of pottery and glass from the same era, notably Pearlware and Creamware. Items currently in stock can be browsed using the 'In Stock Now' menu on the left.At Toucan Cafe-Bistro, Brook Street, Bampton EX16 9LY we showcase a range of English Porcelain. We have also recently opened a new and extensive showcase facility in Anthony Sampsonís Antique Shop at Holland House, Bridge Street, Dulverton.
|Early Softpaste||Bow, Chelsea, Lowestoft|
|Worcester||Worcester and Caughley|
|Early Hardpaste||Plymouth, Bristol, New Hall|
|Hybrid Hardpaste||New Hall, Keeling, Y, Coalport|
|Liverpool||Chaffers, Christian, Penningtons, Wolfe, Mason, Lucock|
|Derby||Derby and Pinxton|
|Bone China||Minton, Spode, Machin, Charles Bourne, Ridgway, Wedgwood, New Hall|
|Pearlware||Pearlware, creamware, pottery|
Updated April 6, 2013