Other Antique Pottery
Rare George III Wedgwood Jasperware Ormolu-mounted Candlestick
A Rare George III Wedgwood Jasperware Candlestick, the blue and white jasper drum mounted in a bronze base and flower-shaped ormolu candle stand. Dimensions: 38 cm high. Condition: hairlines on the jasperware. Marks: "Wedgwood" impressed.
Stock Number: PY1425
A Large Minton Terracota Moon Flask c.1873
A Large Minton moon flask* c. 1873, with gilded and pierced "Egyptian Revival" handles and feather pattern on neck, finely painted with a cherub, flowers and butterflies, against a terracotta ground. Dimensions: 34 cm high x 27 cm. Marks: painted artist's mongram: E.J.S. 373(possibly by Eliza Jameson Strutt), impressed: "Mintons",1498 (shape) and cypher for 1873. Condition: two small chips near the base.
*This ornamental 'pilgrim flask' shape was designed by William Stephen Coleman, the director of Minton's Art Pottery Studio in London. It was produced in a variety of different decorative patterns.
Stock Number: PY1350
A Rare Yellow Transfer Printed Brown Ware Jug, Teabowl and Saucer c.1810-20
A collection of rare early 19th century Brown Ware* Pottery Jug, child's teabowl and saucer, yellow transfer printed with "Willow" pattern/Chinese figures, c.1810-20. Dimensions: Jug: 11.5 cm high, teabowl: 3.7 cm high x 5.5 cm diam, saucer: 10 cm diam. Condition: a tiny nibbles on the rim. Marks: Painted device in yellow on the base.
* This type of pottery has sometimes been referred to as Portobello ware.
Stock Number: PY1325
Brameld Pottery Green-glazed Dish c.1820-42
A Brameld Pottery Leaf shaped dish, green-glazed, relief moulded with overlapping leafs. Dimensions: 21cm x 19 cm. Impressed marks: "Brameld +4". Fine condition.
*This pattern is illustrated in "Rockingham 1745-1842" by Alwyn and Angela Cox page 120, fig 82-3.
Stock Number: PY1451
Rare Treacle-glazed Stoneware Mask-head Jug c.1830-40
A Rare English Treacle-glazed Stoneware Mask-head Jug c.1830-40, with engine turned bands and relief moulded decoration, depicting St. George and the Dragon. Dimension: 19 cm high. Fine condition. Unmarked.
Stock Number: PY1456
Doulton Lambeth "Carrara Ware" Vase c.1890
A Doulton Lambeth "Carrara Ware" Vase c.1890, painted with blackberries, picked out in gilt, reserved on a cream ground. Dimensions: 32 cm high. Printed marks in black, W impressed, artist's monogram in red. Fine condition.
Stock Number: PY1303
A Staffordshire Redware Teapot c.1760
A Rare Staffordshire Redware Teapot and Cover c.1760, lead glazed with engine turned decoration. Dimensions: 10 cm high x 17 cm from handle to spout. Marks: impressed square mark underneath. Condition: a chip inside the rim.
A Mason's Ironstone Jug, c.1830-40
A rare Mason's Ironstone Jug c.1830-40, hexagonal shape and serpent handle, decorated in gilt on pale blue ground, monogrammed "JBO" in the centre. Dimensions: 16.5 cm. high. Printed marks in black on the base. Fine condition.
Stock Number: PY1305
A Staffordshire Yellow-Ware/Silver Lustre Jug c.1810
A Staffordshire Canary/Yellow-Ware Jug c.1810, decorated on both sides with round panels with rural scenes, transfer-printed in black, the borders painted in silver lustre "Resist". Dimensions: 14 cm high. Unmarked. Fine condition.
A Rare Scottish Black-Glazed Stoneware Teapot c.1845
A Rare Scottish Black-Glazed Stoneware Teapot c.1830 ( Possibly made by Verreville pottery) in revived rococo style, on eight feet with moulded decoration of thistles and roses. Dimensions: 21cm high. Condition: A hairline crack and a chip inside the rim of the lid.
* A similar teapot is illustrated in " A Directory of British Teapots" by Michael Berthoud & Richard Maskell, page 334, plate 2002.
Stock Number: PY1008
A Rare Swansea Pottery Plate, Dillwyn c.1824-31
A rare Swansea Pottery Plate, L. W. Dillwyn's Second Period (1824-1831). Pattern "Women with baskets"*, transfer printed in black. Impressed marks. 10"(25cm)diam. Rim restored.
**(This plate is illustrated in "The Pottery and Porcelain of Swansea and Nantgarw" by E. Morton Nance p.147 plate LIXa).
Stock Number: PY0906
A Staffordshire Drabware two-handled Cider Mug c.1840
An unusual Staffordshire Drabware two-handled Cider Mug c.1840,
transfer-printed rural scenes on a light blue ground, overpainted
with orange.Dimensions: 10.5cm high x 16.5cm from handle to
Marks: Patterm 1766 in red. Fine condition.
Stock Number: PY0910