A partnership of Felicity Marno and Antonia Agnew, Stockspring Antiques have been selling fine porcelain since 1979 from premises in London’s Kensington Church Street, a street well-known for its antiques shops and galleries.
The major focus of their stock is fine 18th-century English, Continental & Oriental porcelain, the mid-18th century being the era when such famous English manufacturers as Chelsea, Bow, Bristol and Derby first opened.
Among the stock of 19th-century items are pieces from the factories of Spode, Derby, Coalport and Swansea. Stockspring Antiques also have a small stock of pottery, such as creamware and English Delftware.
Stockspring Antiques hold regular selling and loan exhibitions, a notable recent example being Sir Hans Sloane’s Plants on Chelsea Porcelain. Other diverse subjects have included James Giles: China and Glass Painter, The Rise and Fall of the Ceramic Spittoon and Jefferyes Hammett O’Neale: China Painter and Decorator.
Stockspring Antiques are regular exhibitors at Masterpiece and previously exhibited at the Grosvenor House Antiques Fair.