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 pottery Canary Yellow Mug for my Dear Girl c1820

Reference: 0557

Antique English pottery Canary Yellow Mug with transfer print in iron red "for My Dear Girl. These little gems from the past have a warm charm and are evocative of a more genteel period, early 19th century. Probably Staffordshire pottery.

Dimensions: 2.25 inch high

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Paul Pry Staffordshire pottery theatrical figure in pearlware c1820

Reference: 0495

Antique Staffordshire pottery theatrical figure of Paul Pry with his famous umberalla. This figure is titled,well modelled and coloured in bright enamels.

Dimensions: 6.50 inch high

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Antique plain English creamware pottery comport with cover 18th century period.

Reference: 0521

Antique English creamware pottery comport and cover with reticulated decoration. The finial is finely modelled as a flower head. Creamware is the classic English ware from the 18th century and was invented by the master genius potter Josiah We...

Dimensions: 6 inch high

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Staffordshire pearlware pottery figure of a reclining cat on a cushion c1820

Reference: 0487

Antique Staffordshire figure of a recumbant cat on a tassled cushion. The figure is decorated with enamel colours with a pearlware glaze.

Dimensions: 3 inch wide

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Pair of Staffordshire pottery birds in branches from the Obadiah Sherratt Potte...

Reference: 0492

A fine pair of Obadiah Sherratt pottery canary birds in branches in the form of a spill vase. The modelling and decoration is classic Sherratt with their distinctive oak shaped leaves. A good decorative figure in excellent condition. This is an ...

Dimensions: 6 inch high

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English delftware pottery charger in polychrome colours c1730

Reference: 0476

A fine and pristine English delft tin glaze dish or charger. The piece is profusely decorated with leaves,flowers and a bird in the chinoserie style which was much the fashion in the early 18th century.

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