Here are some samples of my stock

 











A very rare attractive creamware plate, nicely decorated commemorating Waterloo

1815

1350











A Liverpool Delft tripod sweetmeat dish

c1750

975

 











Staffordshire cow creamer modelled with attendant milkmaid and hobble to back legs.

c1820

795

(restoration:- lid, horn, base)

 











A Yorkshire prattware quintal vase well decorated with underglaze flowers in excellent condition.

c1800

695

 













 




 


 


A Middlesborough St Leger Doncaster racing mug, inscribed with all the winners until 1879.



550

 






A Staffordshire pearlware Wood-type Toby Jug modelled sporting a beard, holding a foaming jug of ale, with a barrel between his legs.

c1790

(Provenance:-See Price Toby Jugs, page 130 No 153)

1275

 











A rare Staffordshire silver lustre jug commemorating Marquess Wewllington on horseback and 'Boney escapes from a window' to reverse.

1812

850

 




















A rare black-printed mug commemorating the Blackburn and Bury riots, May 1878.

The riots were caused by the poor wages paid by the cotton masters.  The owner Col. Jackson's house is on fire on the reverse (restoration to rim hairline).

995

 




















A Whieldon-type cow creamer modelled standing on a slim green-glazed base (restoration to top).

c1790

725

 




















A good pearlware Wood Staffordshire long-haired setter modelled standing before bocage, sniffing a flower (restoration bocage tip, tail hairline).

c1790

1200

 




















A Mexborough Pottery South Yorkshire prattware pearlware chapel money box, modelled with the date 1844, named William Marshall Hemingly. 

The money box would have been made as a betrothal or wedding gift.

The Mexborough chapel still exists and the piece is rare as it was only possible to extract the money by breaking it.
(tiny firing crack).

1475

 




















A Staffordshire pearlware Toby Jug, well-painted with red cloak & a foaming jug of ale.  The base is incised Davenport.

c1825

875

 




















A Staffordshire saltglazed, stoneware, polychrome coffee pot with beautifully enamelled decoration of a lady in a pink dress.

c1740

 




















A rare Staffordshire porcelain figure of Man Friday, modelled carrying a young goat with a quiver of arrows slung over his shoulder.

c1840

 




















A good, well-painted Bristol Delft guglet.

c1740

 




















A rare English Delftware tankard, well-painted with blue flowers.

c1740

(Body hairline stabilized)




















A Whieldon creamware miniature 'one cup' teapot.

c1750

(Repair to body hairline)




















A printed Staffordshire mug, impressed Ainsley Lane Delf "The general toast".

c1800

675




















A large model of an elephant, majolica by Minton, inscribed "Jumbo".

c1880

 

2500




















A rare mug commemorating the death of George III in 1820.  An excellent print of George and in nice condition.

1395




















A fine, rare Whieldon Staffordshire miniature cream jug.

c1770

Chip repaired

625




















A fine Leeds creamware sauce boat, modelled with a crossed 'strap handle'.

c1770

575




















A Scottish plate commemorating 'The visit to Scotland' by George IV.

1821

740




















A good Bristol Delft charger, boldly painted in blue, green, red and black with a long-tailed bird perched in a garden.

c1740

1100




















A good Sunderland pink lustre jug printed with masonic symbols. 

695

c1840

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On the left, a rare Staffordshire polychrome saltglazed stoneware tankard, beautifully enamelled with flowers and leaves.

c1760

Rim hairline restored

850

On the right, a miniature Staffordshire polychrome saltglazed stoneware jug, well-enamelled with flowers.

c1760

550


 

















A Bristol plate recording the English League - 1st Division Championship - results for season 1906-07 and commemorating Sheffield Wednesday winning the FA Cup that year.

 








 



 




A rare Staffordshire copper lustre seated cat.  12cm high.

c1800

(Base chip)

750


 





 


 



 




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