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"SUCCESS TO THE COMMERCE OF NEWBURYPORT"
Large, Outstanding and Rare Liverpool Jug
Newburyport Harbor and the Ship "Massachusetts"


Large, Outstanding and Rare Liverpool Jug
Newburyport Harbor and the Ship, left facing

Probably Herculaneum Pottery*
Beneath the spout is a transfer of a woman in classical dress carrying a shield decorated with Stars and Stripes and a branch of laurel, in front of her is an American eagle, and behind her an obelisk with a portrait of Washington. On one side of the jug is a map of "Newburyport Harbour" above a banner reading "SUCCESS TO THE COMMERCE OF NEWBURYPORT" and above are crossed flags, a Liberty cap, spread-winged eagle, and a wreath of laurel. The opposite side features a ship with three masts in full sail and flying American flags above the word "MASSACHUSETTS." The flag above the map and at the stern of the ship bear 15 stars. Beneath the handle is an American eagle and shield under 13 stars. There are also two transfers of a man blowing a bugle and one of a man holding a sextant. There are traces of gilding and sizing throughout, including remnants of a dedication that is, sadly, unreadable. Overall condition is very, very good with a few small chips along the bottom edge, and the tight spiral crazing expected on a period Liverpool jug. (Approximately 12-inches high.) *See Anglo American Ceramics by David and Linda Arman, page 139, plate N3 and page 259.

$31,500

232-2


Large, Outstanding and Rare Liverpool Jug
Newburyport Harbor and the Ship, right facing
Large, Outstanding and Rare Liverpool Jug
Newburyport Harbor and the Ship, scale view
Large, Outstanding and Rare Liverpool Jug
Newburyport Harbor and the Ship, marks detail 1
Large, Outstanding and Rare Liverpool Jug
Newburyport Harbor and the Ship, marks detail 2




William Shakespeare and David Garrick Portrait Creamware Jug c. 1780


William Shakespeare and David Garrick Portrait Creamware Jug c. 1780, entire view
Garrick is portrayed as a Shakespearean character. Appearance is superb as the jug has been professionally restored.
Dimensions: 8-inches in height
$1,400
232-155

William Shakespeare and David Garrick Portrait Creamware Jug c. 1780, entire view 2
William Shakespeare and David Garrick Portrait Creamware Jug c. 1780, entire view 3
William Shakespeare and David Garrick Portrait Creamware Jug c. 1780, artwork detail 1
William Shakespeare and David Garrick Portrait Creamware Jug c. 1780, artwork detail 2



Creamware, Transfer Printed Tankard,
Apotheosis, Sacred to the Memory of Washington
England, Liverpool, Circa 1800
Although a common transfer, this is the only extant tankard we know of…


Creamware, Transfer Printed Tankard, Apotheosis, Sacred to the Memory of Washington England, Liverpool, Circa 1800, entire view
Minor imperfections restored…two tiny rim chips and a short hairline; H: 6”

Creamware, Transfer Printed Tankard, Apotheosis, Sacred to the Memory of Washington England, Liverpool, Circa 1800, angle view
$4,600.00
232-359




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