John Howard
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Antique Staffordshire pearlware figure of a lion on base circa 1820

Reference: 2248

Antique pearlware Staffordshire pottery figure of a standing lion with a foot resting on a sphere. The figure of the lion is well executed and colored and the jazzy decorated base is very striking. A bold figure with strong presence. Produced in ...

Dimensions: 9.50 inch high

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Antique Staffordshire figure of a ewe Ralph Wood Burslem c1785

Reference: 0863

A fine Ralph Wood pottery figure of a ewe. Ralph Wood operated his pottery in Burslem Staffordshire and is part of a lineage of pottery producers in the 18th and 19th century. The figure of the ewe is exceptionally well modelled with a good glaz...

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Antique English stoneware pottery saltglaze bear jug circa 1740

Reference: 2230

A rare Saltglaze Bear Jug and cover circa 1740.The figure has a slightly waisted cylindrical body with bands of rouletting around a central row of brown dots, a dish is held in the animals outstretched arms. The cover for this figure is a flattene...

Dimensions: 8.50 inch high

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Antique Pink luster pottery circular box Staffordshire c1820

Reference: 2185

A rare and unusual pink lustre decorated circular pottery box with cover. The cover has a clever simple effective method of fixing to the base. The cover is hand decorated in pink luster with a house and tress whilst the base is finished in a d...

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Antique pottery Staffordshire pottery figure of a ram Ralph Wood c1785

Reference: 0861

A fine antique Staffordshire pottery figure of a ram. Classic item from the famous Ralph Wood pottery located in Burslem. Very fine modelling and glazes.

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Antique Staffordshire pottery pair of pearlware elephants by ENoch Wood early 19...

Reference: 2161

A very rare pair of antique Staffordshire pottery pearlware figures of standing elephants modeled onto a grassy base with a blue stream. This duo dates to circa 1820 and is the work of the Enoch Wood pottery.

Dimensions: 3 inch high

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