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 PINK LUSTER QUINTELS

Reference: 0239

A rare pair of quintels decorated in pink splash pink luster with green enamels. This stunning and rare pair are impressed under the base SEWELL AND DONKIN. Sewell and Donkin produced some of the best quality examples of luster in England. The ...

Dimensions: 7.50 inch high 7 inch wide

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PAIR OF STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY SPANIELS WITH GLASS EYES SITTING ON CUSHION BASES

Reference: 0289

A rare and highly decorative and appealing pair of antique Staffordshire Pottery Spaniel dogs. The figures are well modelled with very realistic glass eyes, they are seated on tassled cushion bases. They are enhanced by the addition of gilded bo...

Dimensions: 13 inch high

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English Delftware Adam and Eve Charger with blue dash border Bristol Pottery

Reference: 0232

Antique early 18th century delftware charger from the Bristol Pottery. The charger is decorated in polychrome colours with the classic image of Adam and Eve, complete with snale and apple. The leaves surrounding the pair are very strategically pl...

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Antique early English pottery saltglaze stoneware pitcher Staffordshire Pottery

Reference: 0225

A fine antique early English pottery water jug in saltglaze stoneware. The jug is very finely potted and is decorated with applied trailing leaves,stems and flowers.The feet feature a mask head which turns this utilitarian jug into a stylish and ...

Dimensions: 6 inch high

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Antique Yorkshire pottery toby jug in Pratt colours c1810

Reference: 0235

A good example of an antique period Yorkshire pottery Pratt coloured Toby Jug. The handle is in the form of a Baccus related figure. The Toby is in good clean and unrestored condition.

Dimensions: 7.50 inch high

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Scratch blue saltglaze pottery loving cup named and dated 1765

Reference: 0198

A fine and rare pottery loving cup from the mid 18th century. The cup is decorated in "Scratch Blue" saltglaze stoneware with typical floral and trailing leaves. The piece is also inscribed with the date 1765 and the name Martha Steel. Dated pie...

Dimensions: 5 inch high 7 inch wide



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