Rare delft bianco Sopra bianco Punch Bowl Bristol c.1760
A most attractive and rare Bristol polychrome delft bianco Sopra bianco punchbowl inscribed within "One bowl more and then" c.1760. Well decorated with chinioserie designs in manganese and blue with an ochre rim. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.
Good 18th century delft toby jug
An attractive late 18th, early 19th century delft or tinglazed polychrome toby jug in good orginal condition with the expected nibbling to extremities - probably Dutch. He sits astride a barrel looking rather pensive - a great character. Please contact us for additional information and a full condition report.
Rare European tinglazed or faience triple salt with angels - 17th or 18th century
A most unusual tinglazed or faience triple salt with three angels and a central dish marked with an "S." in lovely unrestored condition with just the expected rim nibbling. Standing at 14 cm tall I'm pretty confident that this is 17th / 18th century, however, cannot be sure of country of origin. I acquired this in Switzerland but it might have been made in France or Italy? If anyone knows I would love to hear from them! Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.
Good late 17th century / early 18th century delft lobed dish
A most attractive delft lobed dish c.1690 - 1710 with chinoiserie design in blue. In good original condition (unglazed section on base) 33 cm wide. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.
17th century lobed delft dish Queen Mary c.1690
A delightful 21.5cm delft lobed dish with a portrait of Queen Mary Dutch c.1690 in good unrestored condition. To the left side of the portrait the letter "K" and to the right is "W" or "M" - this could be either King Wiliam or Queen Mary. The figure certainly appears more feminine and therefore I think Queen Mary. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.
Rare Thuringian Armorial Jug Germany c.1750
A very attractive mid 18th century Thuringian armorial jug with a soft manganese wash, armorial panel to front and floral sprays to each side. 10" (26cm) tall. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report
Nestegg Antiques offers good early delft pottery including posset pots, fuddling cups, chargers, jugs, toby jugs, cow creanmers and figures.