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

18th Century English Pottery - Creamware, Delft, Slipware - Archive

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Earlysurface decorated agateware pottery tankard mid 18th century Staffordshire ...

Reference: 3464

A fine English pottery tankard surface decorated with mixed coloured clays applied on a creamy ground this technique is known as Agateware. The tankard is and early piece of English pottery from the circa 1745 period and is probably the work of ...

Dimensions: 7 inch high

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Creamware pottery teapot showing "Britannia directing Captain Cook" made c1776 c...

Reference: 3593

A fine and very rare Wm.Greatbach Staffordshire pottery teapot with a print of " Britannia directing Captain Cook" and the reverse printed with "The World with the sun, moon and stars". The elegant underglaze transfer prints are painted with ove...

Dimensions: 5.50 inch high

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Antique English creamware "chintz" patterned teapot circa 1775

Reference: 3358

A rare and highly decorative globe shaped Chintz patterned creamware teapot. The teapot is decorated with leaves, flowers and cherries within green, mauve and cream stripes. The ogee shaped handle and relief decorated spout are decorated in a de...

Dimensions: 5.75 inch high 7 inch wide

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English creamware pottery teapot with heart motif and inscription c1775

Reference: 3355

A rare antique English pottery creamware teapot decorated with hearts and swags with an inscription " A DOUBLE HEART THERE PART THEY MAKE WHEN LOVERS ACT". The teapot has a double entwined strap handle with foliate terminals.

Dimensions: 5 inch high 7.75 inch wide

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Antique delftware vase with pierced holes at shoulder late 17th cemtury

Reference: 3315

A very rare delft blue and white pottery vase with pierced holes at shoulder for flower arrangments, a most unusual form.

Dimensions: 7.25 inch high

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Antique saltglaze stoneware pottery bear jug Nottingham England mid 18th centur...

Reference: 3247

A Nottingham brown salt glazed bear jug. The removable head acts as a cup. The figure is naively modelled with a fine granulated pottery coat, interestingly this piece was made to accommodate a detachable spout. A true piece of folk art from th...

Dimensions: 10.50 inch high

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