It’s all go at Roundabout Antiques, where father-and-son team Michael Neilsen and Robert Neilsen have assembled an impressive collection of exquisite ceramics to exhibit at the inaugural Melbourne Antiques and Vintage Fair. The Neilsens specialise in English ceramics and are well known for their expertise in Royal Doulton and Moorcroft issues.
Among their special items that will be available at St Kilda if not sold beforehand are some fully signed William Moorcroft pieces, like this quintessentially Moorcroft Banded Pomegranate bulbous vase, a Hazeldene bowl in the Pompeii Shape 333 and a stunning Flambé Leaves and Berries bulbous vase.
They will also be bringing some exceptionally rare figurines including pieces by Leslie Harradine, and an impressive array of Royal Doulton pottery, including this Large and imposing Doulton Lambeth stoneware bulbous vase with applied baguette beads and foliage by George Tinworth.
You are cordially invited to drop by Stand 25 for a closer view of these and many other fine items.