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pearlware

 A large Pearlware jug. Decorated with 3 vignettes with various depictions of Irish interest between a sheet pattern of oak leaves and acorns.

Small restored chip to spout.

Intem No. PW0062

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- Terry & Gillian

 Price: £285
pearlware suckling cup

A very rare and early, 19th century, pearlware suckling cup. The piece is entitled "Nursery" and has a blue transfer printed decoration of sea shells and urchins.

Blue printed workmans mark.

Item No. PW0030

 
 Price: £245
 
Henshall and Williams

A superb pearlware pickle dish stand and dishes decorated in underglaze blue transfer print in the much sought after "Gleaners" pattern by Henshall and Williams. Circa 1825. Some minor condition issues.

Item No. PW0052

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 Price: £480
 
blue transferware

An early 19th century pearlware platter, by Adams. Decorated with a view of Jedburgh Abbey, from the Bluebell Border series.

Dimensions: 17" x 13"

Circa 1820

Item No. BT0014

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 Price: £380
 
blue transferware

 

A rare pearlware juglet from the Herculaneum pottery produced in Liverpool.

Decorated with the "Mausoleum of Nawaub Asoph Khan at Rajemahel. From the source print of Thomas and William Daniell.

Circa 1830.

6.85 inches tall.

Item No. PW0040

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Nivingston Antiques Nivingston House
Cleish
Kinross
Kinross-shire
KY13 0LS
United Kingdom


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 Price: £475
 
blue transferware

Pearlware blue transferware "Good Ale" jug. A superb blue and white transferware jug decorated with floral scenes of hunting and weary travellers enjoying a glass of Good Ale from the landlord. Circa 1820 - 30.

1 inch chip restored to outer spout.

6.5 inches tall. 8 inches handle to spout.

Item No. BT0043

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 Price: £320
 

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