John Howard
The Antique English Pottery Specialist
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19th Century English Pottery - Lustreware, Pearlware, Creamware

Circa 1800-35

The early part of the 19th century is a very rich time for English, Welsh, and Scottish Pottery. Hundreds of potters were busy producing decorative and functional wares for the exploding population.

Many of these wares were mass-produced and marketed to the ordinary working family. High quality tableware and decorative items were made for the more aspiring and affluent middle and upper classes. Large country homes and elegant town houses occupied by the new industrialists, financiers and rural elite who wishes to impress bought fine examples of pottery from the classic potters of the time such as Spode, Davenport, Masons, Mayer, Wedgwood, Herculaneum, Don and countless other factories.

Underglaze blue and white transferware was very popular and much produced by numerous factories often illustrating idyllic rural scenes and romantic ruins in foreign lands.

New techniques such as items decorated in lustre were introduced and one of our specialisation’s is pink and silver lustre objects from the circa 1820/35 period. These pieces can form a stunning assemblage and are often used by interior designers to create a statement in a room.

The pink splash lustre decorated pitchers are made in the North East of England in the Newcastle and Sunderland area. The silver lustre ware was produced mainly in Staffordshire and Yorkshire. Some fine examples also came from the famous Dillwyn and Glamorgan Potteries in South Wales.

Antique English Pottery pink lustre pitcher Tynside Pottery.c1835

Reference: 2769

Antique Tyneside North East England pottery pink luster jug decoated with nautiacal poems and a central image of a sailing ship. The jug decoration is underglaze transfer prints which have been enhanced with enamel colours.

Dimensions: 7.50 inch high

Price: gbp 885.00 (Pound Sterling)
USD 1513.35 (US Dollars)

Antique English or Scottish pottery relief molded plaque circa 1820 period.

Reference: 2712

Antique earthenware relief molded plaque with a figure of a standing ram. The plaque is decorated in oxide colours with a lead glaze often described as Whieldon "style". This fine country pottery piece was probably made in Scotland although no ...

Dimensions: 9 inch high 12.50 inch wide

Price: gbp 2450.00 (Pound Sterling)
USD 4189.5 (US Dollars)

Antique English pottery pitcher with hand painted scenes of horse and foal and...

Reference: 2632

A very fine quality antique English pottery pitcher. The piece has two wonderfully hand painted decorated panels, one with horse and foal the reverse with a farm hand holding a pitch fork over his shoulder whilst pointing at cattle. Two pieces of...

Dimensions: 8.75 inch high

Price: gbp 1450.00 (Pound Sterling)
USD 2479.5 (US Dollars)

Antique Mortlake London stoneware tankard early 19th century

Reference: 2637

A fine Mortlake London tankard with an original white metal band at the rim. The tankard has a central panel of the "Punch Party" with various other sprigs of two riders,hounds chasing a stag, trees and a figure of a "beater". The tankard is pr...

Dimensions: 8.50 inch high

Price: gbp 3450.00 (Pound Sterling)
USD 5899.5 (US Dollars)

Antique English slipware pottery dish circa 1840

Reference: 2559

Antique English slipware pottery dish circa 1840. The dish is a very rare size with unusual and decorative application of the slip.

Price: gbp 1750.00 (Pound Sterling)
USD 2992.5 (US Dollars)

Antique pottery pearlware charger with Peafowl English early 19th century

Reference: 2556

Antique pottery pearlware charger with Peafowl English early 19th century. This rare blue edged piece is in very fine clean order with excellent rendition of the peafowl in the center panel. The orange head and cowlick like crest suggested to th...

Price: gbp 1675.00 (Pound Sterling)
USD 2864.25 (US Dollars)

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