Here are some samples of my stock










A rare Staffordshire mug commemorating Alfred, second son of Queen Victoria.  Inscribed: Sailor Prince.

1861


£680

(Repair to base hairline.)


SOLD

 










A Yorkshire pearlware clock group, flanked by crowned classical figures.

c1800


£580

(Repair to right arm of left hand side figure)

 










A rare Bell & Co. Glasgow jug with a dixieland band playing jazz.  Inscribed "Sally is the girl for me" and "I wish I was in Dixayland".

c1850


£595

(Condition good)

 












A rare Staffordshire saltglazed, stoneware moulded miniature leaf pickle dish, modelled with three small flower head feet.

c1760


£395


 










A good Lambeth, London delftware plate, well-painted with flowers and shrubs.

c1750


£395

(9" - Condition good)

 










A Liverpool creamware printed mug, inscribed:- "The virtuous woman is a crown to men".  The central figure is a lady surrounded by Sadler prints.

c1795


£495

(Rim hairline; tiny chip to base; kiln blemish.)



 



 





  


      
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A Staffordshire Sherratt pearlware group portraying a marriage at Gretna Green.  At that time, couples had to flee to Scotland to get married.  The romantic notion was that the blacksmith forged both hot metal and unions in marriage.

c1825


£1500

(Restoration:- blacksmith right hand; groom's left hand; bocage tips.)

 











A good Staffordshire silver lustre jug.  Finely decorated with silver lustre and a central cartouche of exotic colourful birds

c1810


£480

5" high.
(Condition very good)

 











A rare Staffordshire saltglaze, stoneware punch pot, moulded in the form of a pineapple.  It has a strap handle similar to a kettle.

8" tall

c1760


£875

(Condition good)


 











An unusual, good, prattware Staffordshire wall pocket, well-decorated with a church and scenes of cattle grazing among trees and flowers.

c1800


£795

(Condition very good)

 











A good prattware pearlware Admiral Duncan jug.  Duncan became Admiral in 1795 and was Commander-in-chief of the North Sea fleet from 1795 - 1801.  In 1797, he defeated the Dutch at the Battle of Camperdown.

c1798


£750

(Spout chip repaired)

 











A Walton Staffordshire pearlware figure group, inscribed 'Tenderness'.  The figures are modelled standing with a pet lamb on a raised mound.

c1810


£695

(Repair to bocage tips)

 








1. A Queen Victoria coronation jug with a bust portrait of Victoria on one side and her mother, the Duchess of Kent, wearing a splendid garden party hat on the other.

1838

£650

(Repair to spout chip)


2. A rare Queen Victoria coronation mug marked 'Davenport'.  It features an unusual transfer inscribed :- Queen Victoria and success to the town and trade of Preston.

c1838

Price on application.

 











A fine pair of pearlware Enoch Wood Staffordshire cache pots, sprig decorated with classical figures.

c1810


£575 the pair

 











A pearlware Staffordshire plate, commemorating the death of George III.

29th Jan 1820

£725

 











One of the first Staffordshire steam locomotives, printed with a country scene carrying passengers.


c1840


£395

 











Two Staffordshire mugs, commemorating the coronation of King William IV Sept 8th 1831.


£Price on request

(Rim chip repair to larger mug)

 











A Fine Lambeth delftware puzzle jug, inscribed in blue with - "Here Gentlemen come try your skill."  A hollow rim with three spouts.

c1740


£2250

(Repair to spout & handle)

 











A rare Read & Clementson Staffordshire mug, commemorating the Duchess of Kent and Queen Victoria.

1838


£Price on request

 











Staffordshire cow creamer with attendant milkmaid and bucket.

c1810


£795

(Repairs to horns and tail hairline)

 











A Bristol porcelain plate made to commemorate Sheffield Wednesday winning the FA Cup 1906-07 season.  Also details of the English first division that year. 


£525

 











A pearlware Staffordshire tythe pig figure group.  Tythe payments were paid to the Church of England and were common in the early 18th century.  Payment was usually one tenth of the farmer's income.  Satirists included the 10th child!

c1820


£795

(repair to bocage tips)

 











A prattware cow creamer, well-modelled standing on a running green glaze base.

c1800


£750


(Repair to one horn & top)

 











A Staffordshire Victoria coronation jug, printed with the Heyter print of Victoria.

1838

£Price on request.

SOLD


 











A rare Rockingham Yorkshire seated cat with griffen and date marks impressed to the base.

c1830


£695

Restoration to ear chips.

 











A prattware model of a miniature cradle 4" long and in good condition.

c1820


£575

 











A fine polychrome Bristol Delft charger, painted in red, blue, green & yellow with a fence and colourful flowers and foliage.

c1740


£995

 











Staffordshire pearlware figure of the lost sheep, modelled with a shepherd holding a sheep tied to his crook and slung over his shoulder.

c1800


£775

(Restoration to crook).

 











North East standing figure inscribed 'Spring', modelled holding a cornucopia of flowers.

c1800


£525

(Two small base chips).











A Derby
porcelain model of a border collie, modelled seated on an oval base.

c1820

£595

(Restoration to tail).

 











A prattware pearlware jug commemorating the Duke of York and Prince Coburg.

c1793


£675

(Spout chip repair).

 











A Sydney Barnes, Warwickshire, Lancashire, Staffordshire, England & Wales 1894-1930 commemorative Staffordshire mug.

Print of Barnes and inscribed 'Syd F Barnes Famous International Bowler.


£695

Condition - slight wear to the rim.

 











A Staffordshire mug printed with Wellington as Prime Minister on one side;  Walmer castle to the reverse.

c1850


£495

Tiny rim hairline repair, otherwise condition good.

 











A Queen Caroline copper-lustre, Staffordshire mug, with a print of Caroline.  Inscribed 'God Save The Queen'.

c1820


£595

Condition very good

 











A Staffordshire lustre jug, commemorating Wellington - on horse back and the trophies of war on the reverse.

c1815

£695

 











A good blue & white Staffordshire pearlware jug, commemorating
Admiral Lord Nelson on one side and Admiral Collingwood to the reverse.  Inscribed Trafalgar Oct 21 1805 below the spout.

£675

(base chip)

 











Newcastle lustre wall plaque - sailing ship in full sail.  Inscribed - 'Cudrun'.  Impressed mark for Albion Pottery on reverse.

c1850

£395











A good Chesterfield, Derbyshire, Brampton saltglazed stoneware large size fruit basket.

c1840

£550

 







A prattware Yorkshire cottage money box, modelled with two figures on each side.

c
1810

£675

(restoration to small base chip)







A Chesterfield Derbyshire Brampton saltglazed stoneware teapot and pepper pot.

c1835

Each £450

(teapot body hairline)

 







A large Delftware flower brick painted  with a particularly dense floral design.  The top is pierced with three rows of nine holes.

c
1750

£1250

(minor chipping to upper edges)











A Delftware flower brick painted with sprays of oriental flowers.

c1750

£750

(body crack)











A pearlware Staffordshire Hollins toby jug, modelled holding a large jug with pipe & barrel between his legs.

c
1790

£975

(repair to hat)











A hollow base Yorkshire figure of a sheep, modelled, lying recumbent on a running-glaze, green base.

c
1790

£725











A rare pair of Wilson (impressed mark) figures representing Winter and Summer - Staffordshire.

c
1790

Each £625











A Leeds pottery creamware puzzle jug

c
1795

£550

(restoration to one spout & handle crack)










A rare prattware pearlware patch box, well-decorated in underglaze prattware colours.

c
1800

£795

(Ladies used patches to cover unsightly spots, particularly on the face)











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

c1800

£695

 




















A Whieldon creamware miniature 'one cup' teapot.

c1750

(Repair to body hairline)




















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

1821

£740








 



 




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

c1800

(Base chip)

£750


 





 


 



 




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