John Howard
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Antique English stoneware pottery saltglaze bear jug circa 1740

Reference: 2230

A rare Saltglaze Bear Jug and cover circa 1740.The figure has a slightly waisted cylindrical body with bands of rouletting around a central row of brown dots, a dish is held in the animals outstretched arms. The cover for this figure is a flattene...

Dimensions: 8.50 inch high

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Antique Pink luster pottery circular box Staffordshire c1820

Reference: 2185

A rare and unusual pink lustre decorated circular pottery box with cover. The cover has a clever simple effective method of fixing to the base. The cover is hand decorated in pink luster with a house and tress whilst the base is finished in a d...

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Antique Staffordshire pottery pair of pearlware elephants by ENoch Wood early 19...

Reference: 2161

A very rare pair of antique Staffordshire pottery pearlware figures of standing elephants modeled onto a grassy base with a blue stream. This duo dates to circa 1820 and is the work of the Enoch Wood pottery.

Dimensions: 3 inch high

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Antique English salt glazed stoneware pottery milk jug Staffordshire c1750

Reference: 2137

Antique Staffordshire pottery salt glaze stoneware pottery milk jug. It is decorated with a very stylish drab ground with white handle,spout,feet and sprigging, some sprigging is cobalt blue

Dimensions: 5 inch high

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Antique Staffordshire or Yorkshire pottery figure of a ewe and lamb in Pratt col...

Reference: 2134

Antique Staffordshire or Yorkshire pottery figure a standing ewe with a lamb modelled on a rocky base with bocage. Pearlware glaze and decoarted in underglaze Pratt type colors.

Dimensions: 6.25 inch high

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A fine antique period slipware earthenware loaf dish with squiggle decorations ...

Reference: 2102

Antique period earthenware loaf dish with slip decoration 18th century England. The squiggle type decorative feature is unusual and gives extra interest to the combed decoration of the slip trail. A fine example of 18th century English slipware.

Dimensions: 9 inch high 11 inch wide

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