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/ General Pottery (Page 2)
An unusual Scottish pottery bird feeder with the figure of a bird sitting perched on top of the feeder
A Staffordshire saltglaze finely moulded sauceboat with strap handle
A Staffordshire creamware whieldon type wall vase the base modelled with a Saturn’s head and kind of gargoyle type head at the top
An English creamware mug transfer printed with Frederick Duke of York on horseback in front of various flags and symbols
A William Greatbatch creamware teapot painted on one side with Juno and the peacock and inscribed ‘Juno’
A pair of English delft plates each painted with flowering plants and an insect flying above
A Neale & Wilson pearlware jug moulded in a stoneware form and painted on each side in the encaustic manner with classical figures
A Staffordshire pearlware figure of a woman with a child on her back and another at her feet holding sticks in her left arm entitled ‘Widow & Orphans’
A Staffordshire creamware bear jug and cover, the spout formed as a monkey in a tricorn hat being held by the bear in his paws
A Swansea pearlware plate painted in the centre with an ‘Ocelot’ by William Weston Young and inscribed on the back ‘Ocelot’
An English pearlware sauceboat inscribed on one side `TOM * MARY`.
An English creamware sauceboat finely modelled as a duck.
A rare Elijah Mayer basalt plaque.
Two very similar English delft plates painted in blue with rabbits
An English basalt teapot with hinged cover finely moulded with ‘poor Maria’ on one side and a similar male figure on the other side sitting with his dog beneath a tree; 36 incised underneath
A Wedgwood pink lustre deep plate; impressed ‘WEDGWOOD’ and ‘4’ ‘4’ on the back and STRATTON COLLECTION label
A Turner creamware plate with indented rim and painted in the centre with a crest; impressed TURNER underneath
A Swansea pearlware puzzle jug transfer printed in blue with flowers; Rowland Williams Collection label underneath
A pair of English solid agate forks marbled in brown, cream and grey coloured clay.
An English pearlware mug transfer printed with ‘The Friendly Society of Cordwainers of England’
A Staffordshire Harley pearlware octagonal teapot
A pair of London delft plates painted each painted with a bird sitting on a branch
A Staffordshire Whieldon type plate
An English creamware dish moulded with garlands around a pierced rim
An English pearlware botanical plate painted with a flower specimen and inscribed in red on the back ‘Almond Blofsom’
A pair of Don Pottery creamware dishes finely painted with groups of flowers and both impressed on the backs with an S
An English creamware mug transfer printed and coloured and inscribed ‘THE BUTCHERS ARMS OMNIA SUBJECISTI SUB PEDIBUS OVES ET BOVES’.
A rare English creamware jug transfer printed on one side with ‘Britains Glory Liberty to the Sons of Britain THE SPINNING MACHINE Succefs to the Friendly Afsociation of Cotton Spinners…………….’ and signed ‘T Baddeley Hanley’
A large Turner smearglaze stoneware jug
Four Wedgwood medallions, two green jasper and two blue jasper set into silver menu holders
An unusual small English pearlware beaker transfer printed on one side with ‘The Friendly Institution of Cordwainers’ and signed ‘Thos Baddeley, Enammeller Hanley’
An unusual small pearlware beaker transfer printed on one side ‘MORE FRIENDS AND LESS NEED OF THEM’
An English, probably Wedgwood, creamware mug transfer printed with ‘THE TRIPLE PLEA
An English creamware porringer decorated with splashes of green and brown glaze
An English creamware teapot
An English creamware fluted sauceboat.
An English creamware vase
An English prattware vase modelled with a dolphin each side spouting water out of their mouths.
A near pair of English creamware saucers
A rare Wedgwood & Co octagonal meat dish