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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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Good pearlware Sailor or Planter Toby jug Staffordshire c.1780


I've just added to the crew of sailors in my collection and so somewhat reluctantly I'm letting this one go! Richly decorated in cobalt blue, manganese and green translucent running glazes and well moulded. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.



SN: 1/1985

£2100

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Commemorative delft charger for Charlotte c.1690


A charming delft charger c.1690 with a naively painted portrait of "Charlotte" standing between two oak's - 32cm wide. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.



SN: 1/7303

£1650

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Richly coloured saltglazed King George 111 Toby jug Brampton c.1840


Brampton saltglazed stoneware King George 111 Toby jug standing 9 3/8ths" tall c.1840 - beautifully moulded and with a wonderful rich colour. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.



SN: 1/6965

£430

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Good Sailor or Planter Toby jug c.1790 - complete With Sotheby's 1989 catalogue


Lot 409 from the Sotheby's sale in London on the 17th October 1989 - a good sailor or planter Toby jug c.1790 with a very well painted face, striking red waistcoat and nicely decorated small jug. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.



SN: 1/5722

£2200

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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 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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Marked and numbered Neale & Co Toby jug c.1780 with excellent provenance


This fine Neale & Co Toby jug features in the 1929 book “Staffordshire Pottery Figures” by Herbert Read: Plate 43 “Bernard Middleditch Collection” “Mark Neale & Co. Made by J. Neale and H. Palmer of Hanley about 1770-80” This book will be included in the sale of this Toby jug. In addition to the underbase stamp NEALE & Co there is the inscribed number “96” and a label: “Formerly in the collection of Miss Middleditch. Direct descendant of James Neale” It’s rare to come across a Toby jug with such good provenance particularly when it has been retained in the Pottery owner’s family for many years.



SN: 1/7321

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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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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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Ralph Wood Lord Howe Toby jug c.1780


An attractive Ralph Wood Lord Howe Toby jug Staffordshire c.1780 coloured in manganese and blue translucent running glazes. The lightness of potting and naivety of decoration suggesting an early piece. As you can see he looks excellent, however, the low price reflects that he has had professional restoration - please contact us for additional information.



SN: 1/7219

£1960

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Rare - large Doulton and Watts Lord Nelson jug Lambeth c.1840 - 13" (33cm) tall


This really is a very impressive piece of early saltglazed stoneware pottery by Doulton and Watts, Lambeth pottery - the jug depicting Admiral Lord Nelson stands 13" tall and is very well moulded and richly coloured. One medal for "Nile 1798" around his neck and to the front of the base "Trafalgar 1805, England expects every man to do his duty" Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.



SN: 1/7283

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Interesting Yorkshire "bottle and goblet" Toby jug c.1800 - with inscription


A rare Yorkshire bottle and goblet Toby jug c.1800 painted in the white with dark hat and shoes and iron red highlights to the handle. The chair back bears an inscription under the glaze (and therefore original) "Ramsay H...... Darlington, Yorkshire. The surname may be Heandon but it's faint and difficult to read. Darlington is in County Durham, however, when this Toby was produced it was in North Yorkshire. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.



SN: 1/7254

£950

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Fine and rare Portobello Postillion Toby jug Scotland c.1830


Standing at 7 3/4" tall and in excellent original condition this postillion Toby jug is richly decorated in typical Portobello colours. Scotland c.1830



SN: 1/7260

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Significant late 17th century leather Bombard dated 1646 21 3/4" (55cm) tall


A magnificent and monumental late 17th century (possibly early 18th century) leather Bombard of slender baluster form standing 55cm tall, letters I X D stamped on footrim, a small lozenge to one side with verification numbers and an E stamped to one side. Bearing the (later) incised crowned date 1646 and initialled C R - Charles 1st. Rich patination and in very good condition with some wear to rim. (Provenance: Christie's, South Kensington, 2nd December 2014 Lot 378)



SN: 1/7226

£2450

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Good late 17th century "looking glass" delft charger 12 1/4" wide


A most attractive delft portrait charger c.1690 (12 1/4" (31cm) wide) well decorated in manganese, ochre and cobalt blue depicting a woman admiring herself in a looking glass. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.



SN: 1/7228

£1990

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Fine Scottish silver mounted leather tankard 1767 with monogram C H W


Hall marked for Patrick Robertson, Edinburgh 1767 this fine silver mounted and silver lined leather tankard is 7 1/2" (19cm) tall and on the handle the silver terminal has a monogram "C H W"



SN: 1/7227

£1250

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Wilkinson, Carruthers Gould Admiral Jellicoe Toby jug Staffordshire c.1917


An excellent example of the Admiral Jellicoe 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: 1/6358

£640

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Nestegg Antiques offers many Royal and Military commemorative toby jugs, figures, busts, jugs, teapots and other commemorative and documentary pottery.