English Creamware Blue and White Named and Dated Punch Pot and Cover, 1776, painted name “Ann Wotwood, 1776,” 10¼” high. 

Staffordshire Creamware Dated Teapot, “Sally Sikes Drinking Tea, 1780”

Furnivals Pattern Book, 1890-1930s, and vase.

Furnivals Pattern Book, 1890-1930s.

Machin & Potts, Waterloo China Works. Burslem, Shape Book, 1830s, comprising 52 designs.

Machin & Potts, Waterloo China Works. Burslem, Shape Book, 1830s, comprising 52 designs.

Staffordshire Pratt Ware Figure of Autumn, c.1790

Staffordshire Pratt Ware Figure of a Sportsman, c.1790

Staffordshire Pearlware Group of a Savoyard and Dancing Bear, c.1820, 8½“. 

Pair of Prattware Rams with Shepherd and Shepherdess,  c.1800-20, 6¼“ high.   (Provenance – Sotheby’s 27-2-68.  Lot – 18.)  

A Staffordshire Pearlware Cow Creamer, c.1800, sponged in ochre and manganese, lacking cover.

Rare Staffordshire Solid Agate Ware Cow Creamer, c.1775. Provenance – Captain C. B. Kidd Collection.   Sotheby’s, London, 10/1/67.  Lot - 37.  Christie’s, London, 1/6/70.   Lot – 95.  Boswell and Ward.  

A Small Spode Blue & White Oval Dish, 1840s, 9¼ x 6½”. 

Staffordshire Salt-Glazed Stoneware Solid Agate Model of a Cat, c.1750, 4 ½”. (Collection of Frances L. Dickson, Sotheby’s, London, 21.5.1954. Collection of Joan & Herbert Klee, Christie’s, New York, 4.19.1991.) 

Rare Miniature Pratt Ware Rabbit Ware, c.1790, in low-relief in brown and green, 2¾”. 

Pair of English creamware Silver Lustre Ewers, c.1810, (Provenance – John J. Snyder Jr, Landsville, PA.)

Rare Ralph Wood-type Figure of a Reclining Deer, c.1780.  

Staffordshire Creamware Cow Creamer & Cover, c.1790.

Staffordshire Whieldon-type Creamware Tea Caddy, c.1760, 4¼“. 

Staffordshire Whieldon-type Creamware Small Teapot and Cover, c.1770, 3 5/8” high.

Staffordshire Whieldon-type Rectangular Tea Caddy, c.1760, 3¾”. 

Pearlware Fox and Swan Sauceboat, c.1780s.  6” long. 

Martin Brothers Stoneware Vase, 1897-1893, (remains of London showroom paper label 16, Brownlow St), 9½“ high.  

Pilkington Royal Lancastrian Pottery Tile “Daffodil” Designed by Walter Crane, 1900 – 1901, 6” x 6”. 

Moorcroft McIntyre ‘Florian Ware’ Poppy Vase, 1890s

William Moorcroft Florian Ware Liberty Vase, c.1903-13

Moorcroft Liberty Tudric ‘Poppies’ Tazza, 1913, 4½" diam, 2½“ high. 

Pair of Doulton Lambeth Salt-Glazed Stoneware Vases, 1875, by Eliza Simmance, 4¾“ (12.5 cm). 

Stoneware Solid Agate Model of a Cat, c.1750

Rare Lois Whitcomb Rhead Pâte-sur-pâte Framed Plaque ‘The Scimeter’, 1920-22

Rare Thomas Fell Pearlware Lustre Watch Hutch, c.1820

Liverpool Sadler Transfer Printed Delft Tile, 1758-60, printed in black with a ‘Woman With Macaw Under a Parasol’, E. N. Stretton Collection, 5” Sq (12.7cm)

   
  
   
  
    
  
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    Stafordshire pottery figure of a Lion, c.1810-20, 9” high by 12"    

Stafordshire pottery figure of a Lion, c.1810-20, 9” high by 12"

 

Rare Staffordshire Pearlware Group 'The Death of Munrow,’ c.1820-30

English Tin-Glazed Earthenware Footed Dish, 1710/20, possibly London, 5 3/8th”.

Unique Hand Drawn Plan - The Estate of Thomas Whieldon, Esq, dated 1794

Very Rare Staffordshire Salt-Glazed Three Color Printed Plate, 1756-60

Whieldon Type Creamware ‘Landskip’ Sauceboat, c.1765

Liverpool Delftware ‘Fazackerly’ Charger, c.1760      

Liverpool Delftware ‘Fazackerly’ Charger, c.1760      

Set of Four Dixon Austin & Co Figures of the Seasons, c.1820, 9”. 

Mintons Majolica Lion, 1890–1910

Walton Staffordshire Pearlware Figure of a Gardener, c.1820, on a raised base, with ribbon mark WALTON, 5½“ high.

   
  
   
  
    
  
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    Set of Four Dixon Austin & Co Figures of the Seasons, c.1820, on stiff leaf bases with acanthus corners. 9”. 

Set of Four Dixon Austin & Co Figures of the Seasons, c.1820, on stiff leaf bases with acanthus corners. 9”. 

English Delftware Charger, 1750/70, 12¼“.