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Good Ralph Wood Planter Toby jug Staffordshire c.1780


A lovely example of the Ralph Wood Planter Toby jug c.1780. Well moulded and decorated and with a bright glaze


SN: 1/7602

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Rare Ralph Wood Toby jug c.1780 - Lot 78 from the Marquess of Bute collection


Please also see the picture of the base of this Toby jug in the "Discussion and News" section - press "About Us" on the top bar. Lot 78 from the 1996 sale of the Bute collection held at Christie's in London - an attractive and well moulded Ralph Wood Toby jug decorated in translucent manganese, ochre and green running glazes with an inscribed "W" to the underbase - a rare find. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.


SN: 1/7578

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Large saltglazed stoneware Masonic mallet flask c.1840


A richly coloured saltglazed stoneware mallet flask c.1840 standing 10" tall and profusely decorated with masonic symbols and a Royal coat of arms. Please contact is for additional information and a condition report.


SN: 1/7587

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Impressive saltglazed stoneware flask for Queen Victoria inscribed and dated July 20th 1837


From the same collection.... 9 3/4" tall (with what appears to be the original cork) an extremely impressive stoneware flask with the Royal coat of arms on one side and a young Victoria on the other with a sgraffito inscription to the underneath "Published by S. Green Lambeth 20th July 1837" Fabulous colour! Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.


SN: 1/7538

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Large pearlware figure of William Shakespeare c.1810 - 15" tall


A very imposing and well moulded pearlware figure of William Shakespeare standing at 15" tall Staffordshire c.1810. This may well have been inspired by the monument of Shakespeare at Westminster Abbey (see picture) Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.


SN: 1/7476

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Good 19th century Scottish dirk set complete with shoulder brooch


An impressive late 19th / early 20th century Scottish dirk set comprising large dirk in scabbard with knife and fork, small dirk and large shoulder pin all set with Cairngorm semi precious stones.


SN: 1/7457

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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

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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

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Copeland Spode Toby jug c.1850


An attractive Copeland Spode Toby jug c.1850 in typical colours with underbase stamp and in very good original condition.


SN: 1/7369

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Good Staffordshire redware punch pot c.1760 - "used to pour tea for Queen Victoria"


A most impressive (12" from handle to spout) redware punch pot with crisp sprigging and an impressed pseudo chinese mark to base. Various handwritten notes contained within the pot suggesting: "given to Marie's aunt Mrs Clough by the then Lord Derby who told her the Queen had her tea from it", "purchased from Sugerstep Hall, Bollington in Macclesfield 1933", "This Tea-pot came from the home of the present Earl of Derby's father and Queen Victoria had her tea whilst staying with the Earl of Derby from this tea pot"


SN: 1/7193

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Captain R K Price book - Astbury Whieldon and Ralph Wood Figures and Toby Jugs


An excellent copy of this limited edition (one of 500, 1922) book which is an extremely useful reference guide to early English pottery - particularly toby jugs Please contact us for additional pictures, information and condition.


SN: 1/5662

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Excellent Postillion Toby jug Staffordshire c.1790


It would be difficult to find a better example of the Postillion Toby jug than this - in excellent original condition with no restoration and as fresh as the day it came out of the kiln some 220 years ago! Sold straight away to a collector who had let me know that this was one of the Toby's they were looking for. Please contact me if you are looking for a particular Toby jug and I will endeavour to locate one.


SN: 1/7954

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16th century stoneware saltglazed flagon


An elegant 16th century stoneware flagon standing at 8 5/8ths" tall - in good condition - handle replaced.


SN: 1/7590

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Engine turned red stoneware coffee pot and cover Staffordshire c.1770


A most attractive red stoneware coffee pot and cover c.1770 in the style of Elers 9" tall. The spout with silver tip and moulded mask, the body crisply engine turned and a pseudo Chinese seal mark to base. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.


SN: 1/7480

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Fine and rare Ralph Wood Toby jug c.1780


This is a particularly nice Ralph Wood Toby jug decorated in unusually gentle translucent green, manganese, ochre and cobalt blue running glazes - the blue eyes are fantastic!


SN: 1/7601

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Fine Squire Toby jug c.1780 - Lot 63 from the Marquess of Bute sale


Lot 63 from the 1996 Christie's sale of the Marquess of Bute's collection - a particularly good example of the Squire Toby jug with excellent moulding and decorated in manganese, cobalt blue and green translucent running glazes set off beautifully against his white coat.


SN: 1/7573

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Large saltglazed stoneware fish flask c.1840


At 10 3/4" long and 5 1/2" deep one of the largest saltglazed fish flask's that I have seen - well moulded and very richly coloured. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report. One of a number of 17th, 18th and 19th century English saltglazed stoneware pieces that I will be selling over the next few months from a large and very significant collection. Please let me know if you are looking for a particular piece


SN: 1/7536

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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

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Rare Jackfield decorated loving cup Staffordshire c.1760


A delightful Jackfield loving cup Staffordshire c.1760 decorated with birds - gilding rubbed and so I have shown pictures in various lights so that this can be seen. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report


SN: 1/619

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16th century saltglazed stoneware flagon - probably Fulham


An elegant late 16th century stoneware flagon standing at 8 1/4" tall in good original condition - handle lacking. The grey colour allied to the soft honey glaze suggesting the possbility of John Dwight.


SN: 1/7591

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