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Mary Wondrausch OBE - slipware bell


A small slipware bell with pottery "striker" 3 3/4" tall - lovely chime and in excellent condition.



SN: 1/7346

£75

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Fine slipware "Red Lion" platter 1973 - Mary Wondrausch OBE


A finely decorated slipware platter or bowl (11 3/4" wide and 2 1/8" deep) bearing the inscription "Red Lion" the underside inscribed with "MW 25-10-73" - in excellent original condition



SN: 1/7341

£340

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Mary Wondrausch OBE - slipware cup for Hugo Wondrausch 1970


A well decorated one handled slipware cup standing 4 1/2" tall for Hugo Wondrausch and dated 1976. In fine original condition.



SN: 1/7349

£95

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Mary Wondrausch OBE - slipware candle holder c.1990


Standing at 5 1/8th" tall a lovely slipware candle holder decorated with birds - probably 1990's - in excellent original condition with Mary Wondrausch label to underside



SN: 1/7347 Reserved

£95

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Mary Wondrausch OBE - slipware cradle dated 1974


A charming slipware cradle dated 1974 in excellent original condition - Wharf Pottery label to underside. 6" long and 5" tall.



SN: 1/7345

£220

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Mary Wondrausch OBE – slipware St Andrew’s Hereford plaque c.1991


Mary was a renowned artist and potter working and living at Brickfields in Compton, Surrey until her death in December 2016. Specialising in slipware pottery in the 17th century style Mary created some wonderful pieces and I will be listing several over the next few weeks. Mary wasn’t always prepared to sell what was on show in her pottery! However, some 10 years ago she did allow me to buy this rare, and perhaps unique, St Andrew Plaque (c. 1991 - 10” x 13”). Extremely well decorated and in perfect condition with reverse inscribed “Andreas Herefordus - venerabilis archidiaconus in XL annos sacerdos maim S MCMXC1” I believe that this is an accurate translation of her script and whilst my Latin is somewhat poor it appears to celebrate 40 years service of an archdeacon – signed “MW”



SN: H67

SOLD

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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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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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King George V Toby jug Wilkinson, Carruthers Gould, Staffordshire c.1917


A good example of the King George V Toby jug designed by Carruthers Gould and produced by Wilkinson c.1917. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.



SN: 1/7047

£1350

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Original 1930’s Wedgwood pottery in the Persephone design by Eric Ravilious


These are original Eric Ravilious pieces in the Persephone design produced by Wedgwood in the 1930’s: c.10” plates (2 x green and 4 grey) £40 each, 2 x c.8 ¼” green bowls £35 each, 4 x c.7” blue plates £22 each, 5 x blue tea cups and saucers £35 each, green sugar bowl £38, green milk jug £40 and small green coffee pot £60. Please contact us for additional information and condition reports. We also have listed some Garden design coffee cans and saucers.



SN: 1/4560's various prices

£40

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Peter Meanley Toby jug commission


Peter Stennett pictured collecting “his” toby jug made for him by the renowned Irish potter Peter Meanley – a fabulous Toby jug and I love the Harley shield! Please see the article in Discussions and News (press “About Us” on the top bar) for more. Contact me if you are interested in having a Toby jug of you created by Peter.



SN: PM1

£0

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Excellent set of 12 WW11 Allied leaders Toby jugs by Wilkinsons - strictly limited to 100 sets


Designed to complement the highly regarded set of WW1 Toby jugs by Wilkinson's, these twelve allied leaders Toby jugs are available either as a set (£3000 - two foc) or singly at £300 each - I have two complete sets left. Please see the article in the "Discussions and news" section (press "About Us" above) for more information and my apologies for the "stable" background in the pictures!



SN: WW11/7

£300

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Wilkinson Carruthers Gould Marshal Ferdinand Foch toby jug Staffordshire c.1917


A good example of the Marshal Ferdinand Foch toby jug designed by Carruthers Gould and produced by Wilkinson c.1917. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report. I have all of the Toby jugs from this fine set available - please let me know if you are looking for a particular example.



SN: 1/6351

£580

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Lord Mackintosh of Halifax Toby jug by Leonard Jarvis 1953.


Recently acquired - please see article under Discussions and News section - press "About Us" on the top bar.



SN: 1/6271

£0

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Churchill Toby jug by Leonard Jarvis c.1947 (one of two listed)


Leonard Jarvis was commissioned by Lord Mackintosh of Halifax in 1947 to create this lovely mid sized Toby jug depicting Winston Churchill in a limited edition of 350 this being number 47. Extremely well potted and in the style of the "midshipmite" range of mid 18th century Toby jugs. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.



SN: 1/6224

£970

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Peter Meanley - Toby jugs and salt glaze


Please see my article under Discussions and News on Dr Peter Meanley. Peter creates unique salt glaze Toby jugs caricaturing his clients and he is able to incorporate personal detail such as your dog or favourite Toby jug! Contact me if you are interested in commissioning Peter to create a Toby jug for you. (press "About Us" on the top bar for Discussions and News)



SN: PM1

£0

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David Henderson snake and fig plate


A lovely snake and fig plate (9 1/2" wide) containing a variety of wildlife realistically created by David Henderson - see also my article on David's work under the "discussions and news" section - press About Us on the top bar David is a good friend and I am delighted to be able to showcase a few of his pieces on my website – I will be happy to take enquiries and pass these on to David or, alternatively, you can contact him directly: david.henderson2@bbc.co.uk // 07541 310 154



SN: DH3

£380

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David Henderson - Asparagus cutlery rest


A delightful asparagus with lizards cutlery rest (7 3/4" long) realistically created by David Henderson - see also my article on David's work under the "discussions and news" section - press About Us on the top bar. David is a good friend and I am delighted to be able to showcase a few of his pieces on my website – I will be happy to take enquiries and pass these on to David or, alternatively, you can contact him directly: david.henderson2@bbc.co.uk // 07541 310 154



SN: DH2

£180

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David Henderson. Large dish with snake, toad and a wonderful variety of wildlife


A magnificent large dish (9 1/2" wide) containing a variety of wildlife realistically created by David Henderson - see also my article on David's work under the "discussions and news" section. David is a good friend and I am delighted to be able to showcase a few of his pieces on my website – I will be happy to take enquiries and pass these on to David or, alternatively, you can contact him directly: david.henderson2@bbc.co.uk // 07541 310 154



SN: DH1

£450

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Nestegg Antiques specialises in 20th century pottery including Compton pottery, Wilkinson toby jugs, Brannan pottery and rare Royal Doulton pottery.