Kevin Francis Peggy Davis Ceramics are completely made and hand painted in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. Kevin Francis Peggy Davies figurines are highly sought-after and cover many fascinating subjects, from the glitzy and glamourous to the cool and quirky.
We’re delighted to have a very large collection of Kevin Francis Peggy Davies Ceramics upcoming up in the Potteries Auctions March Fine Art sale next month. Check out some of the wonderful Kevin Francis Peggy Davis pieces we have coming up for auction in our March Fine Art sale throughout this article, and be sure to join us if any lots pique your interest. The Potteries Auctions March Fine Art sale is taking place at 10am across Thursday 10th, Friday 11th and Saturday 12th March.
Lot 90 is a limited edition guild piece Kevin Francis Peggy Davies Charlie figure and is estimated to sell for between £50-£100.
A family business established in 1981 by Kevin Pearson and Francis Salmon, Kevin Francis ceramics is renowned for its creative and high quality figures. Initially, Kevin and Francis commissioned their work from Royal Doulton, however after their first release they partnered exclusively with Peggy and Rhodri Davies to produce all their designs through Peggy Davies Ceramics. And the rest – as they say – is history!
All Kevin Francis Peggy Davies products are handmade and hand decorated in Stoke-on-Trent using traditional production methods, with designs modelled and created by some of the best ceramic modellers and artists in the world. This production method means that each figurine is completely unique, with all the designs produced also being limited edition.
Lot 251 is a set of limited edition Kevin Francis Art Deco character jugs with an estimate of £50-£100.
It was during the 1990s that the company really began to come into its own, creating a Toby Jug collection which still proves very popular with British pottery collectors today, as well as starting to develop their first figurines, which were heavily inspired by the Art Deco works of famous designers Clarice Cliff and Susie Cooper.
This limited edition Kevin Francis Peggy Davies Clarice Cliff Centenary lady figure is set to sell for £40-£80.
Whether you’re a casual fan of Kevin Francis wares or a hardcore collector, our March Fine Art sale is a great opportunity to pick up a charming piece of British pottery for yourself. Check out all the Kevin Francis Peggy Davies Ceramics we have upcoming at auction here, and be sure to place a bid so that you don’t miss out!
We can accept a limited number of bidders in person by appointment only, or you can bid safely from the comfort of your home via our online auction. Live online bids can be made through The Saleroom and Easylive Auctions, or commission bids can be made through Potteries Auctions. Find out more on how to submit a commissioned bid at auction. We also accept telephone bidding, so please contact us to arrange that beforehand if you wish to bid over the phone.
Lot 94 is a Kevin Francis Peggy Davies Aspen Girl figure in a different 1 of 1 colourway and comes with a sales estimate of £60-£120.
If you have Kevin Francis Peggy Davies pieces that you’re considering selling at auction, get in touch and we can help you with a valuation. You can join us at one of our valuation days every Tuesday. Email us for an appointment firstname.lastname@example.org call us on+44 (0)1782 638100 Monday to Friday, 9am to 4pm.
This Kevin Francis Peggy Davies Moon Dance figure, limited edition of 454/700, comes with a sales estimate of £60-£120.
If you can’t come in and see us in person but would like to submit British pottery items for auction or valuation, send us an email to email@example.com with details and a photograph (eg make, model, model number, measurements, condition) and one of our experts will provide information and auction estimates. Alternatively, give us a call on 01782 638100 to arrange an appointment.