Antique Pottery &
Terracotta Objects

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Colorful glazed (German faience) stoneware center brick with sun face, crown and two angels (some chips). Mid-19th Century.

Size:  8" H x 7" W



Majolica oversized shell water beverage container (missing the spout). Signed. French, Late 19th Century.

Size:  21" H x 12.5" W



Large oval Majolica planter with figurehead handles. This planter was made by Joseph Holdcroft in Longton, Staffordshire. English c. 1875.

Size: 7 1/2" H x 18" L x 11" D



Porcelain Dog.  German, Late 19th Century.

Size:  4 1/2" H x 5 1/2" W



A painted mushroom pitcher. French c. 1900.

Size:  4 1/2" W x 6 1/4" D



Chinezware jug, interesting design and stamped "Imperial Faience". English c. 1850.

Size: 6" H


Rare Chinezware tankard. English c. 1840.

Size: 4" H x 4" D


Interesting design Chinezware jug. English c. 1840.

Size: 5 1/2" H


Liverpool creamware jug with black transfer, one side with figures with the song "Poor Jack" by Charles Dibdin, and the reverse side has a three-mast frigate and the emblems Neptune with his trident, cannon, anchor and buoy. English c. 1780

The verse / song… "I said to our Poll for you see she would cry! When last we weigh'd anchor for sea. What argufies sniveling and piping your eye. Why, what a damned fool you must be! Can't you see, the world's wide & there's room for us all, both for seamen and lubbers ashore.
And if to old Davy I should go, my dear poll, Why you wilt never hear of me more. What then alls a hazard: come, don't be so soft: Perhaps I may laughing come back; For, d'ye see, theres a cherub sits smiling aloft, To keep watch for the life of poor Jack!'

Size: 8" H



Whimsical vase with a frog on the side with a snake handle. French c. 1880.

Size: 4 1/2" H


Papier-Mâché covered vase to represent a tree stump. French, Late 19th Century,

Size: 10 1/2" H


Rare pearlwear "Brandy" bowl. English c. 1790.

Size:  8 1/2" D


Eagle Sunderluster jug with other decorations done for American export. English c.1870

Size: 6" H x 5" D


Pearlwear plate, "Napoleon". English, Late 19th Century.

Size:  10" D


"Forward", A Pool Pottery tile of the Birmingham Coat of Arms.  English, Early 1900's.

Size:  8 1/4" H x 6 1/2" W



"LET BROTHERLY LOVE CONTINUE", a rare and special CREAMWARE jug. The revise side has, "Friendship without intrest. And love without deceit".  English c. 1800.

Size: 5" H



Colored glazed decorated small creamwear horse. English c. 1820.

Size:  3" H x 3 1/4" L x 2 3/16" D


Rare early miniature earthenware Swan with pratt-type colors. English c 1790.

Size:  3 1/2" H


THE LANDLORD CAUTION Creamware tankard.

Customers came and I did trust them. So I lost my Money and my custom. And to loose both it grieves me sore. So I'm resolv'd to trust no more. Chalks usefull but say what you will. Chalk never paid a Malisters bill. I'll strive to keep a decent tap. For ready money but no strap. English c. 1820.

Size:  5 1/2" H x 3 1/2" D


Beautifully decorated Mason vase. English c. 1820.

Size: 6 1/4" H x 3 3/4" D

Unusual English Delft with geometrical tulip design in light blue. English c. 1730.

Size: 8 3/4" D


Rare small blue spatter decorated toy "Rabbit" jug. English c. 1810.

Size: 2 1/4" H

Unusual Staffordshire porcelaneous dog & pup on green base. English c. 1830.

Size:  2 1/2" H x 2 1/3" L x 1 1/4" D


English porcelain plaque of basket of flowers. c. 1820.

Size: 5 1/4" H x 5 1/2" W



Tulip pattern pearlware cup and saucer. English c. 1820.

Size: Saucer ~ 1 1/16"H x 3 5/16" D
         Cup ~ 2 1/16" H x 3 5/16" D



Painted Chalkware bowl of fruit. American, 1920's ~ 30"s.

Size: 4" H x 10" D



Creamware food mould with flowers in a shaped basket. English c. 1820.

Size: 6" H x 41/2" W



Blue & White tankard with the Royal Coat of Arms. English c. 1820.

Size: 4 5/8" H x 4 3/4" D


Early Staffordshire Lady / girl with her sheep. English c. 1830.

Size: 4 1/2" H



Rare large salt-glazed recumbent Lion (probably was used a door stop). English c. 1870.

Size: 8 3/16" H x 15 3/4" L x 2 1/4" D



Two wine bottles dug out in Norfolk, England with wonderful iridescent on the glass. c. 1810

Size: 9" H, 6"H



Pair of window rests depicting Egyptian or mystical breaded men with colorful head dress & paws reminiscence of Sphinx. English c. 1850.

Size:  6 1/2" H x 3" L x 3" W



Colorful charger "Tongue Dish" by Claremont Burleigh Ware. English c. 1900.

Size: 10" D



Kneeling fox with a cape. Continental, Early 1900's.

Size: 3 1/2" H x 2 1/2" L x 2 1/2" D



Fine continental dressed charming Easter rabbit. Late 19th Century.

Size: 9" H



Miniature cute Staffordshire Cow. English c. 1860.

Size:  3" H x 3" L


Porcelain dog group of a mother with two nursing pups. English c. 1840.

Size: 2 1/2" H x 3" L

    AP-0368 Exceptionally good Staffordshire pearlware castle. English c. 1820.

Size: 5 1/2" H x 7" W x 4 1/4" D



Terracotta cat tobacco jar - a fully dressed cat with an apron, holding a fan & wearing a bonnet sitting in a chair. Stamped. English, Late 19th Century.

Size: 8" H


Beautifully decorated Chinezware Jug. English c. 1840.

Size: 6 3/4" H x 4" D


Beautifully decorated Chinezware Jug. English c. 1820.

Size: 7" H x 3 1/2" D


Early earthenware creamware sheep. English c. 1800.

Size: 2 1/2" H x 3 1/2" L



Early earthenware creamware cockerel. English c. 1820.

Size: 3 1/8" H



Rare pair of hand potted terracotta strawberry pots. English c. 1910.

Size: 17" H (each)



Sunder luster rimmed plate Brig. English c. 1820.

Size: 8" D



18th C Delft plate with a central house and a nice border. Dutch.

Size: 9" D



Botanical creamware Wedgwood plate with a butterfly. English c. 1870.

Size: 10" D



Superb & large gravel and slip jug with "pineapple design" ®. English c. 1840.

Size: 8" H x 8 3/4" D



3 LB measuring glazed stoneware pot from Maypole Dairy Inc. English c. 1900.

Size: 5 1/4" H x 6 1/2" D



Diminutive Liverpool jug / pitcherwith the motto - When this you fee remember me, Tho' may Leagues we diftant be. (Note: the letter "f" was used for the letter "s").

The other has the saying, "Be you to others kind an true, As you'd have other be to you, And neither sy nor do to men, Whate'er you wou'd not take again". English c. 1820.

Size: 5 1/2" H



Dutch Delft Tile with angels and flower Sprague and housed within a wooden gilded frame. c. 1850.

Size: 5 1/4" H x 5 1/2" W


Staffordshire recumbent lamb. English c. 1840.

Size: 2" H x 3" L x 1 9/16" W



Potery "strawberry redware planter". Impressed North State Pottery, Sanford, N. Carolina. American c. 1940.

Size: 6" H x 5" D


Majolica glazed small frog mug adorned with figural cherries & gravel finish.  English c. 1890.

Size: 3" H x 2 3/4" D



Weller vase with two swan-neck handles. Marked with a hand-scribed Weller mark eath (see picture). American, Early-mid 20th Century.

Size: 8 1/2" H


Weller woodcraft vase with foxes. American.

Size: 5" H x 7" L x 3 1/2" D


Weller Woodcraft Jardinière woodpecker and mushroom.  American, Mid-Century.

Size: 5 1/4" H x 8 3/8" D


3 jar faces vases attributed to Weller Pottery. American, 1930's.

Size: 2 each at 6" H x 4 1/4" D and 1 at 2 3/4" H x 2 5/8" D



Pink & Green bright Spatterware sugar bowl. English  c. 1840.

Size: 4" H x 5" D



Stoneware Jardinière in the shaped of a tree stump with partial limbs & vine. American c. 1900.

Size: 9 1/4" H x 10" D


H. B. Henriot Quimper Pottery Rooster & Hen, marked on bottom. French c.1900's.

Sizes: Rooster ~ 8 1/2" H x 3 1/2" D x 10" L
          Hen ~ 7 1/2" H x4 3/4' D x 8 1/2" L



Brightly colorful Wemyss jug with peaches on branches, green handle & rim. Maker's mark on bottom. English c. 1890

Size: 10" H x 7 1/2" D

Rare diminutive Spode "tulip" cup. English c. 1820.

Size: 2 15/16" H


Boehm ceramic exceptional hand-painted Woodcock near a stream. American, Mid-Century.

Size: 11 1/2" H x 10" L x 6 3/4" D



Rare Odd Fellows Sunderland Luster frog mug with the Latin saying "Amicitla et Amor Veritas" which translates to Friendship, Love & Truth, and images of Justice, The Ark, The Heart-in-hand, Lion, Dove with Olive Branch, etc.  English c. 1840.

Size: 4 3/4" H x 3 1/2" D


Important pearlware tankard, “Peggy Plumper Proving her Man before Marriage or Who wears ye Breeches” (Who wears the pants) shows a glimpse into 18th Century battle-of-the-sexes & the creeping demands for women stand. Portrayed with humor. Written about “Country Life Illustrated, of March 19th 1898. English c. 1790.

Size: 4 7/8" H x 3" D



Two SPODE plates. Signed J. A. Herring Sen. Stamped Copeland, England.  Throwing Off # 3, Going to Halloa # 9,  Late 19th Century.

Size: 8" D


Staffordshire lamb resting on a white base. English, Late 19th Century.

Size: 2" H x 3 1/8" L x 1 1/2" D



Diminutive Staffordshire Rabbit. English, Late 19th Century.

Size: 1" H x 1 3/4" L x 1 1/4" D



Samuel Alcock pair of miniature ram & ewe lamb on pale yellow bases English c. 1840.

Size: 1 7/8" H x 2 3/4" L x 2 7/8" D



Great shape on this small pottery pitcher by Arne Bang of Denmark with the typical speckled green glaze. Denmark c. 1930.

Size: 7" H



An adorable Staffordshire dog by John & Rebecca Lloyd of Shelton. Decorated with "The Judges Wig" which is a shredded technique they have perfected. English c. 1840.

Size: 3 1/2" H



Early Creamware pottery slip decorated mocha spill vase. English c. 1820.

Size: 5" H


Prattware mug "Britannia" with a yellow frog inside. English c. 1820.

Size: 5" H x 3 7/16" D



Small sweet begging Staffordshire dog. English c 1950.

Size: 4" H



Exceptional hand-painted from Boehm ceramic flower collection. American, Mid-Century.

Size: 4 1/2" H x 8" L x 6" W



White glazed stoneware pineapple tea pot with finial lid. English c. 1870.

Size: 8" H x 5" D


Rare saltglazed stoneware Fox Flask, English c. 1840.

Size: 7" L


Sweet pottery Bird Whistle. Continental c. 1900.

Size: 2" H



Cooper lustre cup with blue band & decorations. English c. 1840.

Size: 3 1/2" H x 3 1/2" D



Copper & pink lustre goblet with white floral & leaf design. English c. 1840.

Size: 5" H x 3 3/8" D


Unusual small agate cat Staffordshire. English c. 1850.

Size: 4 1/2" H



Elaborate Pearlware harvest tankard. English c. 1820.

Size: 4 1/3" H x 3" D



Very rare pair of whole silver luster pottery jugs. English c. 1820.

Size: 7 1/4" H x 8" W x 4 1/4" D


Small Staffordshire pottery rabbit. Scottish c. 1870.

Size: 2 1/2" H x 3 1/2" L x 1 3/4" D



Staffordshire small Calico Cat. English c. 1860.

Size: 2 1/2" H x 3 1/2" L x 1 1/2" D



Staffordshire Calico cat English, Late 19th Century.

Size: 3 1/2" H x 2 1/4 W



Early slip strips creamware pottery bowl. English c. 1820.

Size: 2 1/4" H x 5" D


Faience apothecary jar with flaking snakes; missing its tin lid and some hairlines. French c. 1880.

Size: 5" H x 3" D



Stylish Wedgwood Creamware basket. English c. 1800.

Size: 6 1/4" H x 10" W x 6 3/4" D



Staffordshire Poodle with a flower basket in its mouth. English c. 1830.

Size: 3 1/2" H x 2 1/4" L x 14 1/2" D


Rare & unusual pearlware sauce boat with fox head & swan handle. English c. 1800.

Size: 4 1/2" H x 7" L x 4 3/4" D



Creamware pottery jug decorated with a luster shield armorial; with a crown and hammer. Hammer can symbolize immortality and hand-painted flowers on sides. English c. 1820.

Size: 5 1/2" H x 2 1/4" L x 2 " D



A folksy colorful Staffordshire figure of a cherub riding dolphin inkwell. English c. 1820.

Size: 5 5/8" H x 4 1/4" L x 2 3/4" D



Pair of English porcelain botanical plates. Written on back "Golden Flowered Henbane" & the other "Alpine Goldanella". English c. 1840.

Size: 8 1/8" D (each)



Porcellaneous alert mother cat with baby on a basket. English c. 1840

Size: 4" H x 3 3/4" D



Unusual goblet in Pearlwarewith luster and colorful bird and ram-handles on sides. English c. 1830.

Size: 3" H x 3 3/16" D


Colorful Staffordshire parrot. English c. 1840.

Size: 4" H


Flash Lustre shapely goblet. English c. 1820.

Size: 4 3/4" H x 3 5/8" D


Ten stone fruit pieces (2-applies, 3-pears, 1-peach, 1-orange, 1-lemon, 1-fig and a bunch of grapes) in a molded glass bowl.

Size: Bowl = 8 1/4" H


AMERICAN PORCELAIN FROG VASE SIGNED AND DATED. By Union Porcelain Greenpoint, New York. Example of this vase is on exhibit at the Philadelphia Museum. Dated 1877.

Size: 5 3/4" H



Miniature sponge-decorated Staffordshire cat. English c. 1870.

Size: 3 1/2" H x 2" L x 1 5/16" D



Creamware bowl with transfer of Fayette, Washington, Franklin and eagle with a shield with epublicans are not always ungrateful and the “SHIPWRIGHT’S ARMS” on the inside. English, Late 19th Century.

Size: 3 1/2"H x 8 1/2" D


Art Deco faience pottery wall bracket with marks on the back.

Size: 13" H



Royal Haeger Lava Glaze Vase. American, 20th Century.

Size: 13" H


Spotted Dog Stirrup Cup. English c. 1830.

Size: 2 1/2" H x 5" L x 2 3/4" D


"Tally Ho" ~ porcelain stirrup cup. English c. 1820.

Size: 2 1/2" H x 4" L x 2 1/4" D



Pair of floral window rests depicting colorful baskets of fruit. English c. 1820.

Size: 4" H x 3" W x 3 1/4" D


Life Size painted Terracotta Owl with glass eyes. American, Late 19th Century.

Size: 14" H x 7 1/2" W x 6 1/4" D



Weller Coppertone Pottery 4 piece lily pond frog set consisting of frog bowl / dish, two candlesticks and one flower holder. American, Mid-Century.

Size: (Frog bowl / dish) 15 1/2" W x 10 1/2" D, (Candlesticks) 3 1/2" H x 4 1/2" D, (Flower holder) 2 3/4" H x 5" W x 4" D


19th C Salopian Saucer depicting couple at tea-time with black servert. Stamped Shorthose & Co. English.

Size: 1 1/4" H x 4 1/2" D


Unusual Staffordshire black cat (Jackfield Glaze) with gold star on its chest. English c. 1860.

Size: 7 1/4" H x 4" W x 2 3/4" D


Strong colors on this canary diamond embossed Jug with red top / spout



The Fat Boy, Royal Doulton character candlestick (Charles Dickens). English

Size: 9" H x 6 1/4" D



Nice colorful flower basket in this Staffordshire dog's mouth. English c. 1870.

Size: 8" x 5" W x 3 1/2" D



Admiral Nelson Doulton salt-glazed tankard depicting Nelsons head with hat & faux rope handle. English c. 1830.

Size: 7 1/2" H x 7" W x 6" D



Pleasing Yorkshire Pottery Shepherdess group with oversized ram & two small lambs. English c. 1820.

Size: 6" H x 5 1/2" W x 3" D



Early little Staffordshire sheep with nice bocage decoration with a loveable expression. English c. 1820.

Size: 2" H x 2 1/4" W x 1 3/4" D



Rare creamware tea caddy / canister with colorful molded "Macaroni Fashion" figures in underglazed colors. After the fashionable fellow Macaroni which started outlandish fashions and scandals in 18th C. England.

Size: 5" H x 3 1/4" W x 2 1/4" D



"The Gift" lustre jug with a sentimental love poem on the front and "Success to the Fisherman" on one side and "True Love from Hull" (True Love is the name of the ship) on the other. English c. 1840.

"The Gift" Kindly take this gift of mine / The gift and giver I hope is thine / And tho' the value is but small / A loving heart is worth it all.

Size: 6 3/4" H x 8 3/4" D


There's the Girl that I love - the sailor's pointing hand (to his sweetheart or the ship) on this Creamware jug - Success to shipping Trade and May Peace once more / Our Trade Restore. The other side with the "Iron Bridge". English c. 1820.

5 1/4" H x 3 3/4" D

Size: 5 1/4" H x 3 3/4" D


Tiny miniature Canary yellow rooster. English c. 1830.

Size: 1" H x 1" L x 3/4" D



Commemorative U.S. Centennial Tea Cup and Saucer. Black transfer printed inscription on saucer "First Centennial of American Independence Cincinnati" "1776/1876". The cup has "M. Washington" in gilt letters and date of "1776" on reverse. Saucer is marked on base "Glasgow Pottery Co./Trenton, N.J."   English c. 1860.

Size: 2 1/2" H x 3 5/8" D



Rockingham treacle glaze dog head stirrup cup. c. 1860.

Size: 2" H x 4" L x 3" D


Porcelain hounds' head stirrup cup. English c. 1840

Size: 3 7/8" L



RARE figure of Mr. Pickwick from Charles Dickens's Pickwick Papers which was his first book. English c. 1840.

Size: 7 3/4" H



RARE figure of Sam Weller from Charles Dickens's Pickwick Papers which was his first book. English c. 1840.

Size: 8" H



Two-handle "loving mug" tankard "The Valentine" by J & RG; from Charles Dickens's Pickwick Papers which was his first book. English, 1834-1866

Size: 4" H x 4" D x 6 1/2" L




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