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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English Staffordshire pottery figure of a Lion impressed Wood and Caldwell

Reference: 0018

A fine example of a Wood and Caldwell pottery figure of a lion on a base. This Staffordshire pottery produced some of the best ceramics in earthenware at the beginning of the 19th century. The figure of the lion is perhaps one of the most iconic ...

Dimensions: 4 inch high 5 inch wide

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English pottery prattware model of a grandfather clock c1810.

Reference: 0014

A charming English pottery figure of a long case grandfather clock in Pratt colours with a pearlware glaze. The piece is exceptionally well relief modelled and decorated in bright and still vibrant colours. It is likely that these rare survivors ...

Dimensions: 8 inch high

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18th Century Creamware pitcher named and date Thatcher 1773

Reference: 7057

A rare masked beak pitcher from the Cockpit Hill pottery Derbyshire. The mask head is very well defined and the enamel decoration of flowers and a figure in a chinoserie manner are well executed.A classic early example of English creamware potte...

Dimensions: 8.50 inch high

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Tigers pair Derby porcelain England circa 1800

Reference: 7087

A rare and charming pair of figures of tigers from the famous workshops of the Derby Porcelain factory.The tiger figures would have been produced at the start of the 19th century in c1800.

Dimensions: 2.25 inch high

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Yorkshire pottery Money Box or bank in the form ofa chapel dated 1842

Reference: 7080

A fine example of an English pottery money box or bank modelled in the form of a Wesleyian Chapel.The piece is modelled with two figures of cherubs standing on each corner. The chapel is still standing in Mexborough the town where the piece was pr...

Dimensions: 6.75 inch high

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Reference: 7000

A fine antique Staffordshire pottery figure of a farmer standing proudly with his ram. The farmer is holding what appears to be a pineapple. This figure is very well molded and coloured and is a very appealing piece.

Dimensions: 7.25 inch high

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