John Howard
The Antique English Pottery Specialist
Heritage, 6 Market Place, Woodstock, OX20 1TA | +44 (0)1993 812580 | +44 (0)7831 850544


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Antique English creamware pottery pitcher named William Mathews and dated 1775

Reference: 4004

A fine creamware pottery pitcher well decorated with flowers and leaves in good enamel colours. The pitcher features the name WILLIAM MATHEWS and is dated 1775, the decorative appeal is enhanced with a mask head spout. A very clean quality piece.

Dimensions: 8.25 inch high

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Staffordshire pottery "cauliflower" mug English mid 18th century,(Whieldon, Wedg...

Reference: 3985

A very rare Staffordshire creamware lead glazed mug relief moulded "cauliflower" pattern. This a lone survivor and I do not recollect ever having seen such a piece in this form. The mug is in very fine condition with no restoration and likely e...

Dimensions: 3 inch high

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Prattware pottery figure "Loyal Volunteer" English antique period c1790/1800

Reference: 3951

A fine Prattware pottery standing figure of a Loyal Volunteer depicted as a foot soldier. The figure is modelled dressed in military uniform holding a rifle at his side. The attention to detail is exceptional including the blue lined base with a G...

Dimensions: 8.75 inch high

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Pearlware pitcher Swinton Pottery Yorkshire dated 1803 named Benjamin Roebuck

Reference: 3394

A rare pearlware pottery pitcher named and dated Benjamin Roebuck 1803 well decorated in underglaze blue and white.

Dimensions: 8.50 inch high

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Antique English pottery cow creamer with hobbled legs early 19th century

Reference: 3945

An unusually coloured figure of a cow creamer modelled standing on a thin green base with milkmaid at work. A novel feature are the hobbled back legs a technique to stop the cow kicking. THis figure is an early 19th century example.

Dimensions: 5.50 inch high

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Early Staffordshire pottery Agateware tankard attributed Samuel Bell Pottery New...

Reference: 3435

An exceptionally fine English pottery tankard surface decorated with mixed coloured clay's applied on a creamy ground, a technique known as Agateware (emulating agate stone). The tankard is and early piece of English pottery from the circa 1745 ...

Dimensions: 6.50 inch high

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