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More versatile than porcelain, pottery can be naive or sophisticated; from simple domestic wares to elegant decorative objects.

Decorated in various methods with incised designs, slipware, sprigged motifs, colored glazes, painted enamels or printed transfers.

This section covers earthenware, Prattware, lustre ware and majolica.

BRITISH POTTERY : STAFFORDSHIRE
SUNDERLAND, WELSH, SCOTTISH, Etc.

For Figures, Toby Jugs and Victorian Flat back Figures
see also Staffordshire Figures

 Stock#

Item Description

 Date

 Maker

 Price

26772
TEABOWL AND SAUCER, bowl 2-12 inches high, saucer 5-3/4 inches diameter. London shape. Black transfer print "Philosopher". It shows a landscape with a man seated by a telescope talking to a small boy. Three vignettes in the border show a world globe and a stack of books. Marked on base "Philosopher"
1820
STAFFORDSHIRE
$225.00
40275
SET OF SIX PLATES, diameter 8 inches. The "Tumble down Dick" pattern, an oriental style pattern with an exotic bird perched on a tree with peony flowers . Printed in blue and enameled in colors of pink, iron-red, deep blue and green. Accented in gold on the dark blue. On a "cracked ice"ground printed in buff beige. Printed and impressed SPODE in capitals. The pattern number 3716 in iron-red.
c.1825
SPODE
$990.00

22698

BOWL, 2-3/4"High, 4-1/4" Diameter. Spongeware, blue painted. lion head handles. Unmarked. chip on shoulder, abrasions to rim
c.1810
STAFFORDSHIRE
$115.00

23627

POT LID, FRAMED. lid 4 inches, framed 6-1/4 inches. #327, "The Times" by Jesse Austin from the painting by Thomas S. Good.

Guide to Pot lids

c.1860-1870
F.& R. PRATT
$110.00

23738

POT LID, 4"diameter. "Garibaldi", #169. Garibaldi was a very popular figure in England which he visited in 1864.

  Giuseppe Garibaldi (1807-1882) was an Italian military and political figure. He was in the forefront of the movement for Italian independence and unification

Guide to Pot lids

c.1864
F.& R. PRATT
$110.00

23739

POT LID, 4-1/2"diameter. "Meeting of Garibaldi and Victor Emmanuel", #211. Produced at the date that Garibaldi accompanied Victor Emmanuel into Naples. Signed J. Austin lower right.

  Victor Emmanuel II (1820-1878), King of Piedmont, Savoy and Sardinia became the first King of Italy in 1861 when he took the title to the newly united Italy.

Guide to Pot lids

1860-61
F.& R. PRATT
$125.00

26004

POT LID, lid 3 inches, framed 6 inches.

#341 "Fisher Boy"after the painting by J.G. Naish.

Guide to Pot lids

1860-80
F.& R. PRATT
$110.00

26005

POT LID, lid 3", framed 4-3/4"

#13, "Shooting Bears". From the painting "Bear Hunt in the Pyrenees", dated 1853.

Guide to Pot lids

c.1860
F.& R. PRATT
$110.00

26007

POT LID, lid 3"framed 4-3/4".

#316 , "Lady Spinning with Boy & Goats" Print by Jesse Austin based on a painting by Sir Edwin Landseer, "Harvest time in the Scottish Highlands".

Guide to Pot lids

c.1870
F.& R. PRATT
$110.00

26008

POT LID, lid 3", Framed 4-1/4"

#308, "Dutch Winter Scene"Print by Jesse Austin.

Guide to Pot lids

1860-80
F.& R. PRATT
$110.00

26009

POT LID, lid 2-3/4", Framed 4-1/2"

#270, "The Begging Dog" . Print by Jesse Austin adapted from the painting by Sir Edwin Landseer "The Beggar".

Guide to Pot lids

1860-80
F.& R. PRATT
$125.00

 

20217

 PLATE, 8-1/2" diameter, multicolored print.

"RUSTIC LAUNDRYWOMAN "

Number 422 in Ball's "Guide to Pot Lids".

This is the same print that was used on a pot lid.

Guide to Pot lids

 c.1860

 F. & R. PRATT

 $85.00

 

21788

 PLATE, 8-1/4""diameter, multicolored print.

"ANN HATHAWAY'S COTTAGE"

Number 228 in Ball's "Guide to Pot Lids".

This is the same print that was used on a pot lid .

Guide to Pot lids

 c.1860

 F. & R. PRATT

  $95.00

 21789

 PLATE, 8-1/4""diameter, multicolored print.

"THE WATERFALL".

Number 365 in Ball's "Guide to Pot Lids".

This is the same print that was used on a pot lid.

Guide to Pot lids

 c.1870

 F. & R. PRATT

  $95.00

26021

PLATE, 9-1/2"diameter, multicolored print

"THE TRUANT". From the painting by Thomas Webster. Oak leaf border,

Number 413 in Ball's "Guide to Pot Lids".

This is the same print that was used on a pot lid.

Guide to Pot lids

c.1860
 F. & R. PRATT
$125.00

20218

PLATE, 7-1/4",diameter, multicolored print

"VILLAGE WEDDING". After David Teniers.

Number 240 in Ball's "Guide to Pot Lids".

This is the same print that was used on a pot lid.

Guide to Pot lids

c.1860-80
F. & R. PRATT
$85.00

 

22296

FOOTED SALT CELLAR, SILVER LUSTRE, 2-1/4" high and 3-1/2" wide.

Based on a silver form with an oval body with a fluted rim raised on a square base.

Unmarked. Unknown maker

c.1820
STAFFORDSHIRE
$75.00
22298

SALT TRENCHER, SILVER LUSTRE, 1-1/2" high and 3" wide.

An oval body with horizontal ribbing.

Unmarked. Unknown maker

c.1820
STAFFORDSHIRE
$45.00

PLATE. Diameter 9-3/4 inches. Yellow-Glazed ware also known as Canary ware.

The rich yellow ground is decorated with a border of leaves and tendrils in copper lustre and green. Unmarked. Two fine hairline cracks from rim visible on reverse.

For a similar design on a punch bowl see J. Jefferson Miller "English Yellow- Glazed Earthenware", page 77, plate XLV. .

c.1825

SWANSEA, WALES

CAMBRIAN POTTERY

$225.00
PITCHER, 5-1/2 inches. Copper lustre with a wide orange band painted with flowers featuring pink roses and a vine with blue flowers. The upper and lowers sections have molded rings and the rim has a molded bead border. Unmarked.
c.1825
SUNDERLAND
$275.00

PITCHER, 4-1/2 inches. Yellow ground (Canary-lustre) with silver lustre rim and ring at neck. Unmarked.
Repaired chip to tip of spout

 

c.1820
STAFFORDSHIRE
$135.00
PITCHER, 5-1/2 inches. Rare yellow ground (Canary-lustre) with sepia print of Sir Francis Burdett. He was a Member of Parliament and a supporter of the Reform movement. He was sentenced to the Tower in April 1810, for fighting against oppressive laws. Unmarked.
The print is faint and there is wear to the wording. Repair to the spout.
1810
STAFFORDSHIRE
$275.00
TEABOWL & SAUCER, bowl 2-1/2" high, saucer 5-1/2" diameter. Pink transfer print "The Good Samaritan". London shape, border with religious symbols
Mark; PW&C, No11

1835-1840

Podmore,Walker & Co

 

$ 175.00

 

40463

 PITCHER/JUG, 6"high. PINK LUSTRE on cream colored ground; molded at the neck with a band of flowers over four panels with narrow molded ribs, three reserves with painted house pattern . Unmarked,

* Interesting old metal strap repairs to handle.

 1810-1820

 STAFFORDSHIRE

 $235.00

 23180

 SHAKER / CASTOR , 4-3/4" high. SILVER LUSTRE on brown pottery .Ribbed baluster form. Pierced top. Unmarked

*some loss to glaze on top surface.

 c.1825

STAFFORDSHIRE

$85.00

 

23184

 JUG / PITCHER, 5-1/2 inches high. White body.

Molded on one side with the head of George III and the other side with the head of Napoleon Bonaparte , both in the Classical style wearing a laurel wreath to celebrate the TREATY OF AMIENS. The peace, though much acclaimed, lasted barely a year; in 1803, hostilities were resumed.

*restored chip to tip of spout, restored chip to foot-rim

 1802-1803

 PRATTWARE

 $550.00

 

23467

JUG / PITCHER, 4 inches high. white body with beaded border and beaded shoulder girdle on either side of a blue border with a white sprigged stylized pattern of leaves. The body is blue with two white sprigged designs featuring cherubs one with a goat drawing a chariot , the other with a goat drawing a sledge. Unmarked. *small chip to spout tip and small hairline crack to spout.

 1825

 TURNER TYPE

Reference Northern Ceramic Society Journal Vol 17 2000 page 90, Figure 18

 $175.00

 40243

 PLATE, 8-1/4" diameter. SPONGEWARE, blue all over including back. Shaped rim with molded border. Unmarked.

1830-1840
  STAFFORDSHIRE

  $175.00

 

24483

Breakfast Cup & Saucer. Cup 2-1/4"high, 4-1/4 diameter. Saucer 6-1/4 diameter. London shape. Drabware with gilt border and duck egg blue interior. Mark. Impressed WEDGWOOD.

Abrasions to rim of cup; chip to foot rim of cup

c.1815
 Wedgwood

 $125.00

24200

PLATES x 2, 9-3/4" diameter earthenware, transfer print design with Persian influence. Early version of the"Chestnut"pattern in blue with ochre rim. Marked on reverse with date code

 c.1885
 WEDGWOOD

  $100.00

 

26081  SOLD

Shaker, 3-3/4" high. Creamware body with a brown marbleized glaze. Silver plated mounts and pierced lid. Mark: Name impressed on base. *dent to lid

 1860-1867

 McIntyre

 STAFFORDSHIRE

SOLD

  

26080  SOLD

Mustard Pot, 3-1/2" high. Creamware body with a brown marbleized glaze. Silver plated mounts and lid with a shell shaped thumb-rest. Mark: Name impressed on base

 1860-1867

 McIntyre

 STAFFORDSHIRE

 SOLD

24333 SOLD

SQUARE TILE, inches. Molded in high relief with a bird eating cherries. Majolica glazes. Reverse with geometric pattern. Molded "Minton and Co" and "Stoke on Trent" c.1875 MINTON
SOLD

24166

SOLD

STIRRUP CUP, 3-1/2'Long, 1-3/4"High, small, FOX. Unmarked.

 

  Made without a handle or foot the cup is used inverted. It was often used for the final drink taken by a mounted rider before the fox hunt.
late 19th century
STAFFORDSHIRE
SOLD

23508 SOLD

 

WARMING PLATE / HOT WATER PLATE. Diameter 9-3/4 inches. Of double wall construction with two handles and a hole to pour the hot water into the reservoir. Decorated in underglaze blue and colorful enamels with a Chinoise scene of a chinaman, a vase and exotic birds. Accented with gold. Impressed mark.

Some wear to brown enamel on rim. Small loss to leaf on handle

c.1820

CLEWES

STAFFORDSHIRE

SOLD

 

SOLD 22163

Dessert dish, 8"long. Drabware body with brown rim and a green enameled molded grape vine border, the well centered with an oval brown transfer after ADAM BUCK of a Mother with a child in a wagon. Unmarked.

 c. 1815
  STAFFORDSHIRE

SOLD

24167 SOLD

STIRRUP CUP, 5" Long, 2-12"High, large, HOUND. Unmarked.

 

  Made without a handle or foot the cup is used inverted. It was often used for the final drink taken by a mounted rider before the fox hunt.
late 19th century
STAFFORDSHIRE
SOLD

 

40272 SOLD

 PITCHER/JUG, 5" high x 7" wide. SILVER LUSTRE
Molded in a diagonal quilted pattern. Painted with a stylized design of a strawberry, the fruit colored iron red. Painted border at neck, spray of flowers under spout.

Impressed mark "HARLEY"

1802-1808

 THOMAS HARLEY

STAFFORDSHIRE

  SOLD

SOLD 24201

 PLATE, 9-3/4" diameter earthenware, transfer print design with Persian influence. Early version of the "Chestnut"pattern in turquoise with ochre rim. Marked on reverse with date code.

 c.1885
 WEDGWOOD

SOLD

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