John Howard
The Antique English Pottery Specialist
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Staffordshire pottery bocage figure of a lion, early 19th century period English...

Reference: 3835

Staffordshire pottery pearlware figure of a standing snarling lion with a snake coiled in the bocage branches. The figure is from "The Leather leaf group" and is featured in the Myrna Schkolne book Volume 3 titled Staffordshire Figures page 156.

Dimensions: 7.50 inch high

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Pair of Lion and lamb figures by John and Rebecca Lloyd , Shelton Staffordshire ...

Reference: 3842

Pair of antique period Staffordshire porcelaineous figures by John and Rebecca Lloyd of Shelton Staffordshire.The pair are exceptionally appealing with very distinctive modelling of the manes which are often described as "judges wig". The figures ...

Dimensions: 4 inch high 4.74 inch wide

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Staffordshire pearlware pottery of Robinson Crusoeealry 19th century period.

Reference: 3826

A good eaxmple of a Staffordshire pottery pearlware figure with enamel colours of Robinson Crusoe. The book titled Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe was published int he early 18th century. Crusoe is modelled with good detail with attention given t...

Dimensions: 6.50 inch high

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Staffordshire pottery pearlware bocage figure of a lion antique period early 19t...

Reference: 3823

A fine antique Staffordshire pottery pearlware bocage figure of standing Lion with a paw resting on a ball. This figure was made in circa 1820. This rare figure relates to the "Patriot Group".

Dimensions: 5.25 inch high

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Staffordshire pottery pearlware bocage figure titled " LIONES" early 19th centru...

Reference: 3817

A rare unrecorded Staffordshire pottery pearlware figure with the wonderfully mis-spelt title "LIONES". Early 19th century antique period.

Dimensions: 4 inch high

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Massive English pottery slipware loaf dish, antique period late 18th century

Reference: 3771

One of the largest circular slipware loaf dishes made at the latter end of the 18th century in England, almost 17 inches diameter. The dish is very decorative with its wonderful dark chocolate ground and well applied cream coloured slip. The dis...



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