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Good Thin Man Toby jug Staffordshire c.1780


A very nicely moulded Thin Man Toby jug c.1780 well decorated in translucent manganese and cobalt blue running glazes - off to a museum in America.



SN: 1/7427

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Leonard Jarvis Churchill Toby jug - number 22 of 350


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 22. 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: 1/7407

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Pearlware Hearty Good Fellow Toby jug


An attrective pearlware Hearty Good Fellow Toby jug Staffordshire c.1790 - well decorated in muted colours and with an unusually dark face.



SN: 1/7409

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Rare Ralph Wood sailor Toby jug with the 65 stamp c.1780


A lovely Ralph Wood sailor Toby jug c.1780 well decorated in manganese, green and ochre translucent running glazes and bearing the rare impressed 65 to the underside.



SN: 1/7418

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Fine mid sized Postillion Toby jug Staffordshire c.1790


An extremely well decorated and moulded mid sized Postillion Toby jug Staffordshire c.1790.



SN: 1/7425

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Excellent Ralph Wood 51 stamped raised glass Toby jug with original cap c.1780


In original, unrestored condition and having been in the same family in Scotland for some 100 years this excellent Ralph Wood Toby jug has everything you want to see - blind left eye, raised little finger, 51 stamp, original cap and richly decorated in translucent manganese and ochre running glazes - it would be difficult to find a better example.



SN: 1/7442

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Fine Martha Gunn Toby jug's Staffordshire c.1780


I came home from Spain last Sunday with eight very fine Toby jug's including these three lovely Martha Gunn's. The one in the centre I will keep and the other two are now sold. These have gone to collectors who had previously let me know that they were looking for such examples - if you are looking for a particular Toby jug please let me know as I am usually able to locate (eventually!) the one you want.



SN: 1/7420

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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

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Fine early creamware Toby jug with raised pipe c.1780


A fine early creamware Toby jug with an attractive plum coloured coat and raised pipe Staffordshire c.1780. An interesting Toby and clearly from the same pottery as Toby sn: 1/6464 for sale on page 3 (green coat) as the rear base is angled to the left giving the Toby a slight left slant.



SN: 1/7374

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Good large Coachman Toby jug Staffordshire c.1800


A lovely example of the large Coachman Toby jug c.1800 standing at 11" tall. Well decorated and moulded - a great piece of early English pottery. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.



SN: 1/7314

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Walton Toby jug Staffordshire c.1820


An attractive enamelled Toby jug c.1820 with the "Walton" banner to the under base. The face, waistcoat and small jug well decorated complimenting the unusual turquoise coat. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.



SN: 1/3717

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Fine pearlware Toby jug Staffordshire c.1790


I acquired this lovely pearlware Toby jug at auction (Mellors and Kirk, Nottingham) in 2008 and it has remained in my collection ever since. Very well moulded and decorated in manganese, green and cobalt blue. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.



SN: 1/457

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Good Gin woman Toby jug Scotland c.1810


This has been in my collection for several years and is one of the best Gin Woman Toby's I've had - the colours suggest Portobello but may be Staffordshire - in very good original condition with fine decoration and good moulding.



SN: 9372

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Good pearlware Toby jug Staffordshire c.1800


This is an very well decorated pearlware Toby jug with pipe on his arm in lovely original condition - Staffordshire c.1800.



SN: 1/6625

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Good Ralph Wood sharp face Toby jug c.1780


A good and early example of the Ralph Wood sharp face Toby jug Staffordshire c.1780 - richly decorated in cobalt blue, manganese, ochre and grey translucent running glazes. The contrast of the yellow chair and blue coat is particularly attractive.



SN: 7358E

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Fine Drunken Parson Toby jug Staffordshire c.1800 - impressed "10" to underbase


My computer (not me!) deleted part of the file with details of Toby's wanted by collectors - pretty sure this included a large Drunken Parson - my apologies and please contact me when you receive this alert One of the best large pearlware Drunken Parson Toby jugs (10" tall) that I have had - well moulded and decorated and in particularly good original condition with "10" impressed to underbase. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.



SN: 1/7381

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Fine and rare Mexborough Toby jug Yorkshirec.1780


Well decorated and crisply moulded this is one of the best Mexborough Toby jugs that I have had - crimped hat rim, caryatid handle with painted detail, curly pipe on left shoulder, an excellent small toby as his jug and the Mexborough crown stamp to underbase - an excellent example. I have Toby jug's coming in on a regular basis so please let me know if you are looking for a particular piece.



SN: 1/7404

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Good Whieldon coffee pot Staffordshire c.1760 with possible Jacobite interest


Decorated with trailing vines and what appears to be a Jacobite rose on each side this 7 1/2" tall coffee pot stands on three lion feet and has a well moulded strap handle. In rich manganese running glaze this is a good pot. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.



SN: 1/7399

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Rare combed slipware baking dish - John Abbott, Mortlake c.1844


A rare combed slipware baking dish Mortlake c.1844 marked on the underside “Abbott Potter” referring to John Abbott who ran the Mortlake pottery from 1843. Approximately 15” x 12” x 3”- a similar example can be found in The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge (object number C307) Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.



SN: 1/7357

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Fine Ralph Wood raised glass Toby jug with underbase 51 stamp - Staffordshire c.1780


A very good Ralph Wood raised glass Toby jug decorated in translucent manganese, ochre and green running glazes with the rare 51 stamp to the underbase.



SN: 1/7375

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