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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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Fine Pair of pearlware figures "Cobbler and his wife" Staffordshire c.1800


This is the best pair of the "Cobbler and his wife" figures that I have seen - 7 1/4" tall, Staffordshire c.1800. Great detail and very well decorated - please contact us for additional information and a condition report



SN: 1/7309

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Rare Village Idiot Toby jug Staffordshire c.1780


A particularly good Village Idiot Toby jug Staffordshire c.1780. These are rare Toby's and this one in translucent running glazes is an one of the best that I have found.



SN: 1/7386

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Good enamelled Martha Gunn Toby jug Staffordshire c.1800


A well decorated and nicely moulded Martha Gunn Toby jug Staffordshire c.1800. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report



SN: 1/7350

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Gin woman Toby jug Staffordshire c.1820


A very nicely decorated example of the gin woman Toby jug Staffordshire c.1820. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.



SN: 1/7251

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Good Portobello female snuff taker Toby jug Scotland c.1820


A particularly nice example of the female snuff taker Toby jug from Portobello, Scotland c 1820. Well moulded, nicely decorated and with a bright glaze. The handle with attractive swan and dolphin terminals. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.



SN: 1/3330

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Good Pratt Ware Toby jug Staffordshire c.1790


A particularly well decorated Pratt Ware Toby jug Staffordshire c.1790 in nice original condition. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.



SN: 1/7352

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Good creamware Toby jug c.1790


In very nice original condition - a well moulded creamware Toby jug c.1790 nicely decorated in cobalt blue and ochre translucent running glazes. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.



SN: 1/7353

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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

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Excellent Ralph Wood Toby jug c.1780


In excellent original condition this is a fine Ralph Wood Toby jug c.1780 well decorated in translucent running glazes and with the more unusual aubergine coat.



SN: 1/7335

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Rare mid sized Toby jug Staffordshire c.1780


The majority of mid sized traditional Toby jugs are narrow bodied and this is rare in the he is "full bodied" - one of only three that I have seen from this mould in 15 years - one being in the Captain Price book.



SN: 1/7332

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Rare prattware "Doller" sailor Toby jug Staffordshire c.1780


One of the most attractive sailor Toby's jugs that I have seen - lovely raised detail on his small jug and of course the misspelt "Dollers" on each side of his sea chest. Just back from my restorer and looking fabulous - he was spoken for by a discerning collector before I even bid at auction!



SN: 1/7291

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