John Howard
The Antique English Pottery Specialist
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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 pair of English lead glazed creamware tea canisters circa 1755-60 period

Reference: 3900

A fine early and rare pair of relief decorated lead glazed creamware tea canisters. The pair have a classical feel derived from the silver shape form with sloping shoulders and basket weave moulding. Similar pieces were also made at the time in s...

Dimensions: 4.25 inch high

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English Staffordshire pottery pearlware bocage figure of a lion early 19th centu...

Reference: 3870

English Staffordshire pottery pearlware bocage figure of a lion early 19th century. The figure is attributed to the Patriot group ( re;Myrna Schkolne ). Note that the lion is wearing a harness. This figure is also used on larger figure groups by...

Dimensions: 5.75 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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Antique Staffordshire Royal Arms figure group in pearlware marked Walton. circa ...

Reference: 3857

Staffordshire pottery pearlware group the Royal Coat of arms of the United Kingdom the centre shield flanked by a lion and unicorn. Perhaps one of the rarest and most sought after pottery figures this group is one of the most decorative and appea...

Dimensions: 5.75 inch high



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