Staffordshire Pearlware Group of a Savoyard and Dancing Bear, c.1820, in bright polychrome enamels, 8½“.
Pair of Prattware Rams with Shepherd and Shepherdess, c.1800-20, with a dog and two sheep. 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, on stippled base, molded rosette knop on cover. 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. 9 ¼ x 6 ½”.
Staffordshire Salt-Glazed Stoneware Solid Agate Model of a Cat, c.1750, with brown and white marbling, 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, applied with black rope twist handle. (Provenance – John J. Snyder Jr, Landsville, PA.)
Rare Ralph Wood-type Figure of a Reclining Deer, c.1780, with spotted markings.
Staffordshire Creamware Cow Creamer & Cover, c.1790, with milkmaid on stool, horizontal ferruginous markings.
Staffordshire Whieldon-type Creamware Tea Caddy, c.1760, with molded scroll pattern. 4 ¼“.
Staffordshire Whieldon-type Creamware Small Teapot and Cover, c.1770, with lamprey handle. 3 5/8” high.
Staffordshire Whieldon-type Rectangular Tea Caddy, c.1760, press molded with square design. 3 ¾”.
Pearlware Fox and Swan Sauceboat, c.1780s. 6” long.