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Staffordshire Pottery"Sailor" Toby jug late 18th century. Attributed Wood Family...

Reference: 3536

Late 18th century Staffordshire Pottery Sailor Toby Jug attributed to the "Wood" Family of potters. The figure is exceptionally and comprehensively decorated in well applied underglaze oxide colours. The floral decoration on the handle and the...

Dimensions: 11.75 inch high

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Collection of 13 pottery carpet balls mid 19th century Scottish or NE English pr...

Reference: 3514

A set of antique pottery carpet balls with sponged decoration in various colors. The collection comprises of 6 pairs and the illusive and rare white "Jack". There are some rare patterns and coloured balls within the set. Carpet bowling is an in...

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Antique English pottery delftware tankard early 18th century period.

Reference: 3433

A rare English delftware pottery blue and white mug decorated in the chinoserie style. Birds and insects amongst flowers and leaves protruding from a rocky outcrop prufusely decorate the tankard. The underside is remarkably and uniquely painted...

Dimensions: 6.75 inch high

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English slipware earthenware dish dated 1800 initialled EP, probably Staffordsh...

Reference: 3102

A fine small size dated 1800 slipware dish with initials EP. The dish is in excellent condition.

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English pottery cow creamer with figure of calf circa 1800

Reference: 3272

Antique pottery cow creamer with a figure of a calf lying on the thinly potted base. A rare naive folky piece from turn of the 18th century with good color. The diminutive scale of the figure adds extra appeal and interest.

Dimensions: 4 inch high

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Antique Staffordshire pottery figure Duke Wellington early 19th century

Reference: 3420

A fine antique Staffordshire pottery pearlware figure group of The Duke of Wellington. Several variations were made and this figure is of the highest quality and condition. Myrna Schkolne discovered a figure in the Stoke on Trent Museum titled "...

Dimensions: 12.75 inch high

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