leeds pottery

A superb Staffordshire / Yorkshire loving cup C1875.

A large Staffordshire loving cup decorated with Grecian urns and vases to one side and inscription "Joseph Wood" "A present from Leeds" "1873" to the other. The interior of the cup with two frogs and a newt.

8 inches tall, 9 inches handle to handle.

Item No: TW0014


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 Price: £480
Sunderland pottery

A superb and very rare pair of Sunderland pottery sewing eggs. 

The darning eggs have illustrations depicting figures dancing in national costume on one face, and on the other, there is a patterned motif.

Circa 1860.

Excelent condition.

Item No. TW0009


Sunderland pottery
 Price: SOLD
Green Transferware platter

Dundee Perth & London Shipping Co. Green Transferware platter, produced by Minton with a lace border variation.

Circa 1835 - 40.

No damage or restoration.

Item No. DL0001


 Price: SOLD  

A comprehensive green transfer printed child's teaset, produced by Elkin, Knight & Bridgwood of Fenton in Staffordshire.


The set comprises six cups and saucers, two tea plates, a tea pot, creamer, covered sugar and waste bowl.

The set is decorated with the archery pattern, which depicts a boy and girl of different races practising Archery, quite an unusual sentiment for the day and certainly one to cherish.

Item No: TW0015


 Price: SOLD
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oval platter

Rare small oval platter "Vauxhall Gardens".

Vauxhall was a famous pleasure garden on the south side of the river Thames. It opened in the< mid 17thC. The rotunda depicted was an orchestral stand built in 1743. The garden was closed in 1859.

Some minor condition issues on this very tare platter. 11.5 x 8 inches.

Item No. TW0012

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 Price: SOLD
transferware child's mug

A Very rare 19th century transferware child's mug. Commemorating the opening of the Thames Tunnel in 1843. The engineer on this project was none other than Isambard Kingdom Brunel and the architect was his father. An incredibly rare find. There is a similar but not identical transfer on a plate in the V & A collections. 2.75 inches tall.

No chips, cracks or restoration.
Item No: TW0002


 Price: £525
pearlware jug

A pearlware jug, decorated with a "filled in" transfer printed design of vases and flowers. With a very interesting mark on the underside.


Circa 1820/25

Item No. PW0026



 Price: £225
red transferware

A rare red transferware pie dish, produced by Clews. Decorated with the camel & peacock enclosure.

Dimensions : 9.75" x 7.75"

Circa 1828

Item No. T00011


 Price: £280
leeds pottery

A very rare leeds pottery childs teaset. Decorated with Indian views from the source prints by the famed engraver & copper plate makers, T & W Daniell. The set is complete with only minor wear and slight damage in keeping with age.

Circa 1810

Item No: TW0008


 Price: £1350

A rare historical Staffordshire, brown transferware / polychrome mug.

Circa : 1845.

A superb mid 19th Century transfer printed mug.

Decorated with the flamboyant Mr Van Amburgh, as he appeared on stage before Queen Victoria at the Drury Lane Theatre, in 1844.

Item No: TW0016


 Price: £480
Copeland plate

A rare Copeland plate made for the Worshipful Company of Mercers.

Circa 1850.

10 inches diameter.

Item No. TW0011

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 Price: £85

A Staffordshire brown transferware water jug with polychrome highlights.

A superb romantic Staffordshire water jug transfer printed in brown with "Scotch scenery" and first rate polychrome highlights.

Produced by Thomas Goodwin (1834-54) Burslem, Staffordshire.

10.75 inches tall.

Item No. TW0013


 Price: SOLD  


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