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Good Whieldon figure of a cow Staffordshire c.1760 - 7 3/4" long


A large Whieldon style creamware figure of a cow decorated in typical translucent manganese, ochre and blue / grey running glazes on a green glazed base. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.



SN: 1/7441

£1290

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Creamware sprigged teapot and lid Staffordshire c.1760


A charming creamware teapot and lid with crabstock handle and spout sitting on three "lion" feet with floral sprigging - 7 1/2" from handle to spout. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.



SN: 1/7410

£590

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Exceptionally rare No Base Toby jug Staffordshire c.1780


One of only six recorded, this "No Base" Toby jug is extremely rare and with his shortened hat and no base he stands at 7" tall. This one has a brilliant glaze and with pipe in right hand and goblet in left he is a wonderful example of a very early and quirky Staffordshire Toby jug.



SN: 1/7358

SOLD

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Good Staffordshire cow creamer with milkmaid and original stopper c.1800


One of a number of good early cow creamers that I have listed: Staffordshire c.1790-1800 - a fine cow creamer with milk maid and original stopper decorated in blood red and black sponged body with a translucent green base. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.



SN: 1/7395

£520

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Good step Toby jug with dog Staffordshire c.1780


These early step Toby's always look so good! This one is made more unusual in having a dog by his feet and in addition to the blue there are grey translucent glaze highlights - pipe resting on on his arm. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.



SN: 1/7403

£2300

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Good pearlware fox head stirrup cup Staffordshire c.1780


A well moulded pearlware stirrup cup decorated in ochre and manganese in good original condition, Staffordshire c.1780 - 5 1/16" long and 4 1/8th" wide. I particularly like the smudge marks on his snout where he was picked up before dry prior to final firing!



SN: 1/7406

£690

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Good creamware Step Toby Staffordshire c.1780


A very nice example of the creamware step Toby c.1780 with typical stepped underbase, ring handle and his original pipe! Nicely moulded and decorated in translucent manganese and green running glazes. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.



SN: 1/7376

£1870

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Rare miniature pearlware cow creamer with calf Staffordshire c.1790


The second rare miniature cow creamer with calf c.1790 together with original stopper. As you will see from the picture at 4 1/8"" tall and 5 1/4" long she is considerably smaller than a "normal" creamer. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.



SN: 1/7401

£410

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Rare miniature pearlware cow creamer with calf Staffordshire c.1790


A delightful and rare miniature cow creamer c.1790 with original stopper and in very good condition - ex Leonard Russell of Newhaven. As you will see from the picture at 4" tall and 4 1/4" long she is considerably smaller than a "normal" creamer - she comes complete with calf - charming! One of two that I will be listing.



SN: 1/7402

£430

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Good prattware figure of a cow with calf Yorkshire c.1800


A delightful study of a cow with calf in typical prattware colours Yorkshire c.1790-1800 (6" tall and 6" long) Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.



SN: 1/7400

£720

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Yorkshire cow creamer c.1800


A delightful cow creamer and lid c.1800 well decorated in typical Yorkshire colours. Please contact is for additional information and a condition report.



SN: 1/5648

£520

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Commemorative delft charger for Charlotte c.1690


A charming delft charger c.1690 with a naively painted portrait of "Charlotte" standing between two oak's - 32cm wide. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.



SN: 1/7303

£1650

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Large 18th century faience sugar caster with screw on cover


A delightful faience sugar caster standing at 8 1/4" tall - the bulbous body decorated with sprays of flowers and applied polychrome roses - possibly French, Rouen. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.



SN: 1/7360

£430

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Large and rare 18th century delft sweetmeat stand


An impressive (10 1/2" 26.5cm tall) delft or tin glazed sweetmeat stand comprising a series of gnarled branches with nuts and leaves supporting three tiers of shells on a fluted quatrefoil base. In good original condition. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.



SN: 1/7361

£1050

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Delft guglet c.1760


An attractive delft guglet c.1760 decorated with vases of flowers and various auspicious objects and with an unusual scallop shell thumbpiece - 8 3/4" tall. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.



SN: 1/6851

£490

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Sold pieces no longer listed in this "for sale" section of the website


I occasionally leave a “sold” item on these “for sale” pages if I think it is of particular interest, however, the majority of sold items are kept on the archive section of the site: Press “Items for Sale” on the top bar and scroll down to the bottom of the page - you will find an archive section which contains pictures of many pieces sold over the past few years – I hope that you will enjoy looking through them!



SN: SOLD

£0

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Sadly we can’t always afford the things that we want straight away!


Whilst I’m always happy to discuss the price of a particular item I also recognise that sometimes the piece that a collector wants is more than they can afford straight away – to avoid you missing out I’m happy to hold a particular item until you are ready to pay, or you can pay in instalments. Please let me know if you would like more information. Needless to say this incredible biplane is not mine - if only!



SN: Layaway

£0

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Monumental delft posset pot and lid c. 1760


Measuring 13 1/4" (33.5 cm) from handle to handle and 11" (28 cm) tall with lid this is an extremely impressive Posset pot. Whilst it sets the pot of well the lid is a later replacement. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.



SN: 1/7248

£690

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the American Toby Jug Museum


I was fortunate enough to visit the American Toby Jug Museum last year which is located in Evanston, Illinois to the North of Chicago – set up by Steve Mullins who has collected Toby and character jug’s for over 60 years the museum houses over 8000 pieces – the largest museum of its type in the world. See additional information under “Discussions and News” – press “About Us” on top bar.



SN: ATJM

£0

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Fine creamware Toby jug Staffordshire c.1780


A fine creamware Toby jug Staffordshire c.1780 well decorated with manganese and green translucent running glazes - the hat and small jug showing off the rich manganese really nicely - a lovely Toby jug! Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.



SN: 1/7274

£1590

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Nestegg Antiques specialises in 18th century pearlware pottery, creamware pottery, delft pottery, saltglazed pottery, stoneware pottery, Chelsea, Bow, toby jugs, figures and teaware etc.