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Pair of plain creamware baskets with reticulated borders, English pottery late 1...

Reference: 3789

A pair of plain undecorated creamware pottery circular shaped baskets with pierced border decoration and rope twist handles with floral terminals. Antique period late 18th century, made in Yorkshire or Staffordshire.

Dimensions: 2.50 inch high

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Staffordshire pottery bocage figure titled "Dray Men" antique period early 19th ...

Reference: 3779

A rare antique Staffordshire pottery bocage figure in pearlware glaze titled "Dray Men". The standing figures are sharing a large frothing tankard of ale whilst taking snuff. A dray is a horse drawn wagon which used to deliver casks of ale to in...

Dimensions: 8.50 inch high

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Silver luster and blue transfer 11 piece dessert service ,English pottery c181...

Reference: 3756

A stunning and very rare dessert service in silver luster and underglaze blue and white transfer decoration of flowers and foliage. The set comprises of an oval dish two shaped side dishes, two oval serving dishes and six plates ( 8.5 inches diame...

Dimensions: 10 inch high 7.75 inch wide

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Antique English pottery figure of a naive seated cat circa 1830

Reference: 3732

A rare and wonderfully expressive English pottery figure of a seated cat decorated with in dark ochre and black. The modelling and decoration of the head is especially naive and characterful.

Dimensions: 4.75 inch high

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Antique Staffordshire pearlware toby jug figure early 19th century, English

Reference: 3728

A large well decorated and modelled pearlware Toby Jug. The figure is seated with a jug of ale and a frothing tumbler in each hand. The attention to detail is comprehensive and this is a fine and appealing looking Toby jug.

Dimensions: 11.50 inch high

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Pair of Staffordshire pottery figures of Dandies on base with bocage circa 1820 ...

Reference: 3715

Pair of Staffordshire pottery pearlware figures of the Dandies modelled standing on bases with a hound resting at their feet. The figures are well decorated in enamels with good attention to detail, the bocage is especially appealing.

Dimensions: 6.50 inch high

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