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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Pair of antique 18th century creamware pottery melon shape tureens. English.

Reference: 3011

A fine pair of antique late 18th century creamware pottery melon shaped tureens. Yorkshire or Staffordshire pottery.

Dimensions: 7.50 inch wide

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Antique Staffordshire pearlware bust of Zingore, early 19th century English.

Reference: 3073

A fine Staffordshire pottery pearlware bust well modelled and decorated in enamel colours. The figure bears the inscription "Zingore" under the socle shaped base. Ralph Wood was the first Staffordshire potter to produce this figure which was tit...

Dimensions: 10.50 inch high

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Antique creamware English pottery chintz pattern teapot "Love Unites us" c1775

Reference: 3053

A rare English pottery creamware teapot in the chintz style from the 1770 decade. The teapot has a double entwined strap handle and is comprehensively and stunningly decorated. The two panels are especially appealing, one a dwelling in a rural...

Dimensions: 5 inch high

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Staffordshire Pottery Toby Jug early 19th century period England

Reference: 3052

Staffordshire Pottery pearlware glazed Toby Jug. The figure is wearing a long coat and tricorn hat whilst seated with a frothing jug of ale and tobacco pipe in the other. Depite his facial spots and warts the character is enjoying his indulgence...

Dimensions: 10 inch high

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Set of the Four Seasons Figures in pink luster Dixon Austin Pottery North East E...

Reference: 2753

A fine set of figures in pink luster with enamel colours of emblematic of the Four Seasons. This rare and wonderfully modelled and decorated set is marked under the bases Dixon Austin and Co. It is increasingly rare to acquire a full and complete...

Dimensions: 9 inch high

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English or Welsh antique mocha ware pottery tankard circa 1800

Reference: 3028

A fine antique pottery mocha tankard with engine turned bands in the centre of the body. This unusual feature ( the bands are usually present on the rims) gives extra appeal to the simple but sublime decoration. The tankard is very finely potte...

Dimensions: 5 inch high



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