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Fine Creamware Toby jug Staffordshire c.1780


One of the nicest creamware Toby jugs I've had in a long while! In excellent condition and decorated in manganese and green translucent glazes - ex Leo Kaplan.


SN: 1/8524

£1275

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Rare pearlware mug commemorating Nelson c.1800-1810


A delightful and rare pearlware jug standing 4 3/4" tall commemorating Nelson with his name on the rim - the only one I've seen in 20 years!


SN: 1/8507

£1100

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Fine fully marked Ralph Wood Panther and Cupid c.1780


A fine Ralph Wood group of cupid astride a panther c.1780 decorated in translucent manganese and green - the base with impressed mould number 46 and impressed mark R. a. Wood Burslem. The Fitzwilliam museum in Cambridge has an identical Ralph Wood panther but the cupid has been lost.


SN: 1/8456

£1750

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Very good pearlware "ordinary" Toby jug c.1780-90


In good original condition this is a particularly pleasing pearlware Toby jug - the bright glaze and muted translucent colours make him really stand out - a fine Toby jug!


SN: 1/8491

£790

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A fine Ralph Wood Toby jug c.1780


A particularly nice Ralph Wood Toby jug well decorated in manganese, ochre, green and pale aubergine translucent running glazes. The nibbling of the manganese on his shoes is a great sign of age.


SN: 1/8488

£2150

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Good pearlware Bacchus mug c.1790 3 3/4" tall


A very nicely moulded pearlware Bacchus mug with cobalt blue decoration in good original condition


SN: SP9

£160

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Good early creamware Toby jug Staffordshire c.1780


A very pleasingly naive early creamware Toby jug c.1780. Decorated in translucent manganese and green the numerous minor firing flaws do not detract in any way and in fact make this a very attractive Toby jug! It is not uncommon for such flaws to exist on very early Toby's as the firing process was somewhat erratic and in cases such as this it adds to the Toby's character!


SN: 1/8482

£960

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We buy early English Toby jugs!


The past year has been extremely busy with many new Toby jug collectors coming onstream and we are eager to buy good early English Toby jugs! We are looking for late 18th century / early 19th century Toby jugs and are prepared to pay very good prices - collection in the UK can be arranged. It is likely that we will pay more for your Toby than you could expect to achieve by selling at auction.


SN: 0

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An interesting pearlware plaque c.1790-1800 Catherine of Aragon


A well moulded and decorated pearlware plaque of a lady (9 1/4" x 7 3/4") c.1790-1800. It has been suggested that this might depict Catherine of Aragon. In good original condition.


SN: 1/8475

£690

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A good 18th century white saltglaze botanical dish by Veuve Perrin of Marseille


A most attractive polychrome botanical white salt-glaze stoneware dish or platter (16" wide) in good original condition. VP mark to underbase


SN: 1/8477

£1250

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Fine Ralph Wood 51 mould (raised glass) Toby jug c.1780


In a good American collection since 1978 and now repatriated! A good Ralph Wood raised glass Toby jug decorated in translucent running glazes


SN: 1/8466

£1850

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Fine and rare Prince Hal Toby jug Staffordshire c.1800 15 1/4" tall


This is an imposing and rare Toby jug with less than 20 recorded. The Prince Hal Toby is said to represent either Sir Toby Belch from twelfth night or King George IV (when Prince of Wales) when he attended a Brighton ball dressed as Henry V111. This example is very well decorated and in surprisingly good condition - a quite remarkable figure!


SN: 1/8444

£5900

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Good 17th century Montelupo charger


An attractive mid sized Montelupo charger depicting a gentleman with rapier in very nicer original condition - c.11 3/4" wide


SN: 1/8450

£850

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Fine pearlware "Napoleon" bear baiting group c.1780-90


A rare and fine pearlware bear baiting group c.1780-90. The bear holding a figure of a monkey dressed as Napoleon with the words "Bonaparte his a monkey"


SN: 1/8396

SOLD

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Good Ralph Wood "short hat" Toby jug c.1780


A good Ralph Wood short hat Toby jug with dry (unglazed) base and, typical of the earlier Woods, charmingly naive decoration in translucent Manganese, green and ochre running glazes. Please contact us for additional information and a condition report.


SN: 1/8373

£1950

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A fine Staffordshire pearlware plaque c.1780 23cm x 15cm (9" x 6")


One of the nicest plaques that I have had in over 20 years! A charming scene of hunters with horses and dog being served ale by the maid outside an inn - decorated in translucent manganese, ochre and green glazes. A wonderful picture of 18th century life.


SN: 1/8371

£950

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Good Ralph Wood Toby jug c.1780


A well moulded Ralph Wood Toby jug c.1780 with pipe by his side. Richly decorated in translucent manganese, ochre and green running glazes.


SN: 1/8106

£1950

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Two 18th century polychrome delft shoes


Two well decorated 18th century delft polychrome shoes the larger dated 1774 - can be sold separately.


SN: 1/8358

£980

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Staffordshire pearlware "cowherd" plaque c.1790


A charming moulded pearlware plaque (7" wide) depicting a cowherd with two cattle decorated in translucent ochre, manganese and green glazes.


SN: 1/8370

£475

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Large creamware jug with Toby Philpot and God Speed the Plough transfer prints c.1790


An interesting 18th century large creamware jug with a Toby Philpot transfer print - broken and visibly re fixed


SN: TE55

£155

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Nestegg Antiques specialises in 18th century pearlware pottery, creamware pottery, delft pottery, saltglazed pottery, stoneware pottery, Chelsea, Bow, toby jugs, figures and teaware etc.