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Enoch Wood

An Enoch Wood "sporting series" soup  plate, decorated with a retriever and huntsman.

Circa 1820.

Item No. BT0039


 Price: £245
Enoch Wood

An Enoch Wood "sporting series" plate, decorated with zebra and ostrich.

Circa 1820.

Item No. BT0040


ceramic restoration
 Price: SOLD  
pearlware pickle dish

A rare and amusing pearlware pickle dish of leaf form decorated with the "flasher" pattern. Circa 1830.

The scene is a bizarre one, a woman and child are walking a river bank whilst a man in a coat appears to expose himself! I don't know what the engraver was thinking!

Some minor condition issues.

7 inches x 6 inches.

Item No. PW0056


 Price: £245
Scottish blue and white pottery washbowl

Scottish blue and white pottery washbowl canal builders at Port Hopetoun. Circa 1830.

A superb blue transferware wash bowl decorated with a scene of navvies before Edinburgh Castle.

14 inches diameter by 5 inches tall.

Item No. BT0044


 Price: £580
blue transfer

A rare blue transfer printed tea caddy, decorated with " Country Tavern ".

Circa 1830.

11.7 cms tall.

Some staining.

Item No. BT0035


Nivingston Antiques
Nivingston House
KY13 0LS
United Kingdom

07724 578396
01577 850 307


 Price: £260
blue transfer

A Pealware blue transfer printed mug by Elkin, Knight & Co. Decorated with a view of Dorney Court and Kinnaird House, Forfarshire.

12 cms.

Item No. BT0036


.... Rare items seem to be a speciality. Good website, very quick to reply to enquiries.

We will definitely return and will recommend you to others.

- Terry & Gillian

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 Price: SOLD  
pearlware custard pails

A Rare pair of pearlware custard pails, blue transfer. Decorated with botanical studies, Possibly  Ridgway.

Circa 1825/30.

One handle restored. 

Item No. PW0046


 Price: £320
Poultney and Allies platter

A large and impressive Poultney and Allies platter decorated with Bristol docks.

Circa 1830.

20 x 15 inches.

Item No. BT0042


 Price: SOLD  
blue transferware

A rare T & J Carey blue transfer printed platter decorated with "Westminster Cathedral". Circa 1835.

Despite it's name, Westminster Cathedral is neither an abbey nor a Cathedral, but a "Royal Peculiar". A church directly responsible to the Sovereign rather than a Bishop.

15 inches in diameter. Some minor condition issues.

Item No. BT0032


 Price: £320

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