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Unusual pearlware puzzle jug Staffordshire c.1810


An unusual pearlware puzzle jug c.1810-1820 after the delft original of c 1760. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.



SN: 1/7292

£590

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Pearlware puzzle jug marked Bristol Pottery 1814


An attractive pearlware puzzle jug with rich floral decoration the underbase marked Bristol Pottery 1814. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report



SN: 1/7444

£340

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Good 19th century saltglazed tobacco jar with lid


An unusual and very impressive (9" tall) saltglazed tobacco jar and lid in the form of a turreted tower - 19th century. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.



SN: 1/7363

£650

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Good cow creamer with milk maid c.1820 - possibly Portobello


A delightful North of England or Scottish cow creamer with milk maid c.1820 in very good original condition.



SN: 1/7397

£395

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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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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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Good Staffordshire cow creamer with milkmaid c.1800


An attractive, well decorated and nicely moulded Staffordshire cow creamer with milkmaid c.1800. In very good original condition.



SN: 1/7311

£430

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Kerr Binns & Co of Worcester Shakespeare jug c.1852


This is a relatively rare jug and whilst I am sure that there are others the only one I can find is in the Museum of Royal Worcester. Standing at 8 1/2" tall with an ornate cover (bearing an etched portrait of Shakespeare) this is a very attractive jug and as is the case of the one in the museum the underbase stamp reads "Facsimile of the Shakespeare jug. Kerr Binns & Co Worcester. In extremely good original condition.



SN: 1/4550

£420

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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 Derby porcelain Toby jug with cap c.1815 4 1/4" tall


An extremely well decorated small porcelain snuff taker Toby jug with his original cap bearing the puce coloured crown and crossed swords mark for Derby c.1815. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.



SN: 1/7224

£245

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Davenport Drunken Sal Toby jug c.1850


A lovely example of this rare and striking Toby jug - Drunken Sal is one of the largest early Toby jugs and a potter's masterpiece! Well decorated and bearing the Davenport impressed anchor mark to the underbase. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.



SN: 1/7250

£2350

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small earthenware lion Staffordshire c.1800


A charming small (3 1/4" long) earthenware lion in good original condition Staffordshire c.1800. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.



SN: 1/7231

£190

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Unusual mid sized porcelain Toby jug c.1850


An attractive 19th century porcelain Toby jug in the white and in excellent original condition - possibly continental but may well be English as this mould is typically Staffordshire. 7" tall



SN: 1/7225

£190

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Good cow creamer with milkmaid Staffordshire c.1800


A charming cow creamer with milk maid c.1800 - possibly Staffordshire although the darker colours suggest this might be from Yorkshire. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.



SN: 1/7142a

£450

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Good cow creamer with milk maid - Staffordshire c.1800


A charming cow creamer with milk maid c.1800 - possibly Staffordshire although the darker colours suggest this might be from Yorkshire. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.



SN: 1/7142

£450

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Rare early 19th century bust of the renowned actress Maria Foot


A delightful bust of the Georgian actress Maria Foot probably by Obadiah Sherratt c.1815 - 11 1/2" tall. Maria Foot was the stage name of Maria Stanhope, Countess of Harrington. Sadly not for sale as this was a gift to my wife, however, we thought that collectors would enjoy seeing her (the bust, not my wife although both are charming!)



SN: 1/7197

£0

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Royal Worcester figure of a water carrier c.1890


Royal Worcester figure of a water carrier c.1890. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.



SN: 1/963

£160

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Unusual treacleglaze whistle in the form of a cradle Staffordshire c.1820


A charming whistle in the form of a baby in cradle Staffordshire c.1820 (possible earlier) with a clear high note - 4 5/8ths" long. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.



SN: 1/7124

£260

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Charming miniature pearlware dog Staffordshire c.1800


At just 2 1/4" long this is a charming miniature pearlware figure of a dog nicely decorated in ochre and green translucent glazes. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.



SN: 1/7195

£310

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Nestegg Antiques specialises in 19th century pearlware pottery, creamware pottery, delft pottery, saltglazed pottery, stoneware pottery, toby jugs, figures and teaware etc.