Hi, I’m Beth Horton. A collector and dealer of 18th Century English porcelain, a love of mine sparked by my Mother and Grandfather. My website is dedicated to them both, in loving memory of their lives and their porcelain collections. Those who I have met will know how passionate I am about English porcelain, especially Lowestoft. I would like to thank my clients and friends for their continued support.
I deal and collect, first period Worcester, Caughley, Liverpool, Lowestoft and Bow porcelain. As well as Vauxhall, Longton Hall, Lund’s Bristol and other 18th Century factories when I can get hold of them. New Hall and Derby have always been factories I have excluded, but will soon be starting my research and items will start to become available.
Whether you have just discovered your love for early English porcelain or have been an avid collector for years, I’m sure you will find something available here to entice you!
I have a variety of different items to suit any budget and collection, I am not worried about condition, although perfect is nice. I buy, sell and love injured items just as much as perfect examples, sometimes more as they can teach you secrets hidden within the body. I love to talk to interested people, and am always happy to help collectors learn, and also to learn myself. If I have made any mistakes please do let me know, I am still very much learning and don’t think I will ever know everything, although I will try.
I have started a group on facebook, The friendly British pottery and porcelain discussion and sales group. You can find it here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/441421413249225/
Please take a look at the items I have available currently, I’m sure you will find something of interest. I am also on Ebay as English Porcelain Online, although due to increasing fees I prefer not to sell there as I can offer better prices via my site or fairs.
My aim is to provide like minded collectors with quality pieces to add to their collections, and to share my love and knowledge with them. So get in touch with me to discuss my items or yours.