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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

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 Price: £245
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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

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 Price: £230
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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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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

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 Price: £420
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Bristol views  platter


A superb "Bristol views" platter inches decorated with "Bristol hot wells" by Poultney and Allies.

Circa 1830.

Item No. BT0022


 
 Price: SOLD  
Enoch Wood

An Enoch Wood quadrupeds series chestnut basket.

Circa 1830.

Item No. BT0023


 
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brown transferware

A superb brown transferware zoological platter by Robinson, Wood and Brownfield.Decorated with a rhinoceros enclosure at the London Zoological Gardens.

Circa 1837.

Item No. TW0010


 
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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

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