John Howard
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Antique pottery Wesleyian Chapel money box or bank, Mexborough pottery Yorkshi...

Reference: 1824

Antique period pottery Wesleyian Chapel money box bank Mexborough pottery Yorkshire. The Chapel ( still standing in Mexborough) is flanked by two cherubs and has the name JOSEPH HEWITT in capitals across the front wall. These charming banks wer...

Dimensions: 6.50 inch high 6 inch wide 5 inch deep

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Antique Staffordshire pottery pearlware bocage watch holder with figures of chil...

Reference: 1772

A fine and exceptionally well modelled and enamel coloured watch stand from the Staffordshire Potteries. The attention to detail is excellent and the coloured applied enamels are of the highest quality.The watch holder is flanked by figures of c...

Dimensions: 10.25 inch high

Antique Staffordshire pottery figure of an old lady by Ralph Wood late 18th cent...

Reference: 1778

A fine antique Staffordshire pottery figure of an old lady by the famous potter Ralph Wood.Ralph Wood was one of, if not, the best modeller in Staffordshire in the late 18th century. Ralph Wood's work has a strong sculptural quality and this aspe...

Dimensions: 8.50 inch high

Price: gbp 1850.00 (Pound Sterling)
USD 2960 (US Dollars)

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Antique Staffordshire or Yorkshire pottery melon shape creamware tureen in colou...

Reference: 1787

A rare and fine example of a coloured glaze creamware tureen in the form of a melon. This early piece is exceptionally well potted and decorated with vibrant and striking colour glazes of yellow and green. There is good quality reticulation wor...

Dimensions: 5 inch high

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Antique hound head stirrup cup from the Derby Workshops early 19th century Engla...

Reference: 1791

A very fine example of a hound head stirrup cup. The modelling and decorative skill applied to this stirrup cup are incredibly life like making it one of the best hound stirrup cups ever produced. Superb quality piece from the famous Derby Porcel...

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Early saltglaze pottery scratch blue decorated tea caddy named and date 1769, Bo...

Reference: 1782

A extremely rare and large sized tea caddy in scratch blue decorated saltglaze pottery. The tea caddy was potted at the Bovey Tracey Pottery which is located in South Devon England. The tea caddy is dated Nov.8th 1769 with the name Richard Brimbl...

Dimensions: 5.50 inch high



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