Dallas, Texas · 5 Sales


Dallas, Texas 5 Sales On Etsy since 2012

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Edward Preston

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Last updated on January 30, 2012
Welcome to Porcelain and More. We hope you enjoy your visit withus.
Should you have any questions or need assistance please send a message.
Have fun.

Accepted payment methods

  • Pay with Visa
  • Pay with Master Card
  • Pay with American Express
  • Pay with Discover
  • Pay with PayPal
Payment accepted through Pay Pal only
All items are packaged and shipped by UPS.
The exact charge is determined by the weight of the item and the distance transported from Dallas.
Insurance of $100 per item is included as well as Tracking. Should you require additional Insurance please advise me.
I shall be able to inform you of the exact charge after checking with UPS.
For both Domestic and International orders the rate quoted is an average one.
I shall try to have the item shipped within 24 hrs. after payment is made and will inform you accordingly.
Refunds and Exchanges
Note about all vintage items: They are sold in used, pre-owned condition. Naturally vintage and antique items have some wear, imperfections and signs of use, age and time.
Sales are final! I try to describe the item as best as I possibly can, so if you have any questions please ask before your purchase. Once you have bought it, it is yours!
Should there be a problem, I'm sure we can resolve it.
I can't be held responsible if something should happen to your parcel after I've sent it.
Additional policies and FAQs
Some Comments on 19th Century Porcelain and Ironstone Hand Painted and Transferware:

These earthenware pieces were mass-produced for utilitarian use, as the technology behind transferware made patterned dinnerware (which was previously hand-painted at great cost) available at lower prices.. Potted of strong and sturdy ironstone to endure everyday table use, most pieces show some of the typical manufacturing irregularities such as stilt marks, glaze skips/drips/pooling, seams or small interruptions to transfer pattern, and the occasional specks of kiln dust, etc. These details are not considered damage, since they are inherent to the production process, and are not necessarily mentioned in descriptions since they should be expected. Indeed, these little variations give each pieces its own special signature and add to the charm of old transferware!

We do our best to describe in detail all post-manufacturing wear (chips, cracks, scratches/utensil marks, glaze flakes or wear) and age-related characteristics (glaze crazing, age darkening/toning). It's rare to find pieces without some reminders of age and use, but these sturdy old wares tend to be quite forgiving and sometimes small flaws actually add to their charm! At this point in time, they are best suited to display (rather than table use) due to the lead content of some of the glazes.