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Staffordshire “Emancipation “ plate

A rare Staffordshire plate.

Decorated with a man and his family celebrating before a log cabin, flying a flag which reads “FREEDOM". Produced to commemorate the emancipation of enslaved people in the Caribbean.

Some restoration.

Item No. BT0048



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 Price: £550
masonic pearlware jug

A rare and exceptional Leeds pottery jug. Decorated with  3  hand painted vignettes of Masonic  and hunting interest, one titled “Samuel Blackburn “ with blue printed pattern and pink lustre highlights.

No damage or restoration.

Circa: 1825.

Intem No. BT0047



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 Price: £1200
woodman soup plate

A Spode pearlware soup plate. Decorated in the Woodman pattern in a rare brick red colour way.

Circa 1818/20

Impressed and printed marks.

Item No. PW0061


ceramic restoration
 Price: £220
masonic oddfellows plate

A rare pearlware plate. Decorated in standard willow with a square, central framed vignette, containing Masonic symbols and a crest for the Independent Order of Oddfellows.

Circa 1830

Item No. PW0031


 Price: £230
miniature pearlware cream jug

Spode pearlware child's creamer - "Boy on buffalo".

A delightful, miniature, pearlware cream jug from a child's tea set. Circa 1810.

2.75 inches tall

Item No. SP0002

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 Price: £95
transfer printed pearlware jug

A very rare black transfer printed pearlware jug, with a polychrome highlighted border. Initialed R.L.J. And dated 1828. The piece is decorated either side with scenes of a Newfoundland dog performing a rescue and a very hungry looking lion, stalking a nervous native. A superb example.

Item No. PW0032


 Price: £420
Pearlware jug

A very rare Pearlware jug, attributed to the Cambrian pottery Swansea, decorated with the Arms of Cornwall. Includes the motto, "One and All. Fish, Tin and Copper."

This motto appears on the "St Michels Mount" mug. The reverse has an as yet unidentified naval battle, above the motto "Britannia rules the waves".

Size: 6.25 inches tall.

Item No. BT0005


 Price: POA  
Ridgway loving cup

A very rare Ridgway loving cup decorated with a view of Glasow (including the Verrieville glassworks).

Circa 1820/30 

Item No. BT0016


 Price: £325

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

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