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Ceramics, Americana, Creamware, Staffordshire, Eagle Decorated Pepper Pot
Date/Period: Early 19th Century


Ceramics, Americana, Creamware, Staffordshire, Eagle Decorated Pepper Pot, entire view

Measurement: Height: 5"

Material: Creamware, earthenware

Condition: Very good, cobalt on top was overfired

Additional Information: An exceedingly rare form displaying spreading eagle.
Literature: See Anglo American Ceramics by David and Linda Arman, page 236, AI.39

$4,900.00

232-444


Ceramics, Americana, Creamware, Staffordshire, Eagle Decorated Pepper Pot, entire view 2

Ceramics, Americana, Creamware, Staffordshire, Eagle Decorated Pepper Pot, entire view 3

Ceramics, Americana, Creamware, Staffordshire, Eagle Decorated Pepper Pot, entire view 4

Ceramics, Americana, Creamware, Staffordshire, Eagle Decorated Pepper Pot, entire view 5



Staffordshire Historic Dark Blue Transferware Pitchers, Welcome Lafayette The
Nations Guest and Our Country’s Glory
Date/Period: 1818-1836 - SOLD


Staffordshire Historic Dark Blue Transferware Pitchers, Welcome Lafayette The Nations Guest and Our Country’s Glory, lot view

Measurement: Heights: 6.75"; 6.25"; 6"

Condition: Largest pitcher…restoration to hairline on base and side; scalloped rim
pitcher is perfect as is the smallest.

Additional Information: Clews (James & Ralph), England
Sold as a graduated lot of three, one with scalloped rim.

SOLD

1213-24


Staffordshire Historic Dark Blue Transferware Pitchers, Welcome Lafayette The Nations Guest and Our Country’s Glory, entire view 1

Staffordshire Historic Dark Blue Transferware Pitchers, Welcome Lafayette The Nations Guest and Our Country’s Glory, detail view 1

Staffordshire Historic Dark Blue Transferware Pitchers, Welcome Lafayette The Nations Guest and Our Country’s Glory, entire view 2

Staffordshire Historic Dark Blue Transferware Pitchers, Welcome Lafayette The Nations Guest and Our Country’s Glory, entire view 3

Staffordshire Historic Dark Blue Transferware Pitchers, Welcome Lafayette The Nations Guest and Our Country’s Glory, entire view 4



Historic Transfer Printed Dish, General Jackson – The Hero of New Orleans
Staffordshire…Featuring Campaign Image of Jackson, Probably Enoch Wood & Sons
Date/Period: Circa 1825


Historic Transfer Printed Dish, General Jackson – The Hero of New Orleans Staffordshire…Featuring Campaign Image of Jackson, Probably Enoch Wood & Sons, entire view

Measurement: Diameter: 8.75"

Material: Pearlware

Condition: Excellent original condition

Reference: See Anglo American Ceramics by David and Linda Arman, page 112, J.5

Additional Information: Sepia transfer printed pink luster plate…the molded feather
edge rim ornamented with hand painted luster centers the sepia transfer printed portrait
of General Jackson in civilian dress. Inscription reads: “General Jackson – The Hero of
New Orleans.”

$1,150.00

1213-35


Historic Transfer Printed Dish, General Jackson – The Hero of New Orleans Staffordshire…Featuring Campaign Image of Jackson, Probably Enoch Wood & Sons, detail view

Historic Transfer Printed Dish, General Jackson – The Hero of New Orleans Staffordshire…Featuring Campaign Image of Jackson, Probably Enoch Wood & Sons, bottom view



Staffordshire Platter, Texian Campaign, Medium Blue Historical Transferware
Texas War of Independence
Date/Period: 1835-1844


Staffordshire Platter, Texian Campaign, Medium Blue Historical Transferware Texas War of Independence, entire view

Measurement: 19.75" x 15.75"

Material: Earthenware

Condition: Trivial glaze flake at 7 o’clock, stilt mark at 10 o’clock, else fine and original

Additional Information: One of the most sought-after scarce Staffordshire patterns
produced in the Tunstall area of Staffordshire by James Beech. Modern research
indicates that the scene appears to be that of the Texas Revolution (1835-1836), the
dates of the event coincide with beech’s working period.

$1,250.00

566-136


Staffordshire Platter, Texian Campaign, Medium Blue Historical Transferware Texas War of Independence, detail view

Staffordshire Platter, Texian Campaign, Medium Blue Historical Transferware Texas War of Independence, bottom view

Staffordshire Platter, Texian Campaign, Medium Blue Historical Transferware Texas War of Independence, bottom detail

Staffordshire Platter, Texian Campaign, Medium Blue Historical Transferware Texas War of Independence, bottom detail 2



Porcelain, Lidded Vegetable Serving Dish,
Purportedly Celebrating Abolition Act of 1833
Worcester Porcelain Company and Chamberlain & Co. Factory
(English, 1786-1852)
Date/Period: Circa 1833


Porcelain, Lidded Vegetable Serving Dish, Purportedly Celebrating Abolition Act of 1833 Worcester Porcelain Company and Chamberlain & Co. Factory (English, 1786-1852), entire view

Measurement: Height: 6"; width: 13"; depth: 9.75"

Material: Porcelain, enamel, gold gilt

Condition: Fine original condition

Additional Information: Hand painted portrait profile of black man centered within belt
displaying motto “ASGRE LAN DIOGEL EI PHERCIIEN” meaning [translated from
Welsh] “A good conscience is the best shield” as translated from a Herbert family
serving piece; intended to be a critique of slavery. The family commissioned porcelain
tableware [a symbol of wealth] celebrating the passing of the Slavery Abolition Act of
1833 in Great Britain and most British colonies.

Over the years we have seen less than a half-dozen pieces, mostly dishes. The
University of Wisconsin-Madison Campus Art Museum displays a covered sauce tureen
from this service in their exhibit Finding Slavery in a Campus Art Museum - Past and
Present.

$1,950.00

1213-43


Porcelain, Lidded Vegetable Serving Dish, Purportedly Celebrating Abolition Act of 1833 Worcester Porcelain Company and Chamberlain & Co. Factory (English, 1786-1852), entire view 2

Porcelain, Lidded Vegetable Serving Dish, Purportedly Celebrating Abolition Act of 1833 Worcester Porcelain Company and Chamberlain & Co. Factory (English, 1786-1852), top view

Porcelain, Lidded Vegetable Serving Dish, Purportedly Celebrating Abolition Act of 1833 Worcester Porcelain Company and Chamberlain & Co. Factory (English, 1786-1852), detail view



Toby Jug, Staffordshire Seated Toby, Rare Large Size – Toby Fillpot
Date/Period: Circa 1775-1800 - SOLD


Toby Jug, Staffordshire Seated Toby, Rare Large Size – Toby Fillpot, entire view

Measurement: Height: 14"

Material: Creamware, translucent polychromed enameled

Condition: Excellent

Additional Information: The massive, seated figure in a drunken stare is especially
well modeled and holds a sprigged pitcher of frothing ale. The figure is particularly well
painted.

SOLD

1213-17


Toby Jug, Staffordshire Seated Toby, Rare Large Size – Toby Fillpot, entire view 2

Toby Jug, Staffordshire Seated Toby, Rare Large Size – Toby Fillpot, entire view 3

Toby Jug, Staffordshire Seated Toby, Rare Large Size – Toby Fillpot, entire view 4



Toby Jug, Staffordshire Seated Toby, Rare Large Size – Toby Fillpot
Date/Period: Circa 1775-1800 - SOLD


Toby Jug, Staffordshire Seated Toby, Rare Large Size – Toby Fillpot, entire view

Measurement: Height: 14"

Material: Creamware, translucent polychromed enameled

Condition: Excellent

Additional Information: The massive, seated figure in a drunken stare is especially
well modeled and holds a sprigged pitcher of frothing ale. The figure is particularly well
painted.

SOLD

1213-18


Toby Jug, Staffordshire Seated Toby, Rare Large Size – Toby Fillpot, entire view 2

Toby Jug, Staffordshire Seated Toby, Rare Large Size – Toby Fillpot, entire view 3

Toby Jug, Staffordshire Seated Toby, Rare Large Size – Toby Fillpot, entire view 4

Toby Jug, Staffordshire Seated Toby, Rare Large Size – Toby Fillpot, detail view



Staffordshire Cup Plate, Medium Blue Printed Transferware, Zebra Pattern
Possibly by John Rogers and Son
Date/Period: 1810-1820


Staffordshire Cup Plate, Medium Blue Printed Transferware, Zebra Pattern Possibly by John Rogers and Son, entire view

Measurement: Diameter: 3.25"

Material: Pearlware

Condition: Fine original condition

Additional Information: Unmarked example indented rim, printed in a medium blue
underglaze with the “Zebra” pattern.

$385.00

1213-47


Staffordshire Cup Plate, Medium Blue Printed Transferware, Zebra Pattern Possibly by John Rogers and Son, back view



Staffordshire, Cream Pitcher, Washington Standing at His Tomb, Scroll in Hand
Attributed: Enoch Wood $ Sons, Burslem
Date/Period: Circa 1819-1846 - SOLD


Staffordshire, Cream Pitcher, Washington Standing at His Tomb, Scroll in Hand Attributed: Enoch Wood $ Sons, Burslem, entire view

Measurement: Height: 5.5"

Material: Earthenware

Condition: Fine original condition

Additional Information: Washington standing at his own tomb, scroll in hand historical
dark blue Staffordshire cream pitcher; pattern was produced by Enoch Wood and Sons.
See Arman, Historical Staffordshire, p. 82, 191

SOLD

1213-39


Staffordshire, Cream Pitcher, Washington Standing at His Tomb, Scroll in Hand Attributed: Enoch Wood $ Sons, Burslem, entire view 2

Staffordshire, Cream Pitcher, Washington Standing at His Tomb, Scroll in Hand Attributed: Enoch Wood $ Sons, Burslem, entire view 3

Staffordshire, Cream Pitcher, Washington Standing at His Tomb, Scroll in Hand Attributed: Enoch Wood $ Sons, Burslem, entire view 4

Staffordshire, Cream Pitcher, Washington Standing at His Tomb, Scroll in Hand Attributed: Enoch Wood $ Sons, Burslem, detail view



Blue Edge Dish, Overglaze Slogan, SUCCESS to the AMERICAN FEDERATION
Probably Leeds
Date/Period: 1800-1820 - SOLD


Miniature Blue Feather Edge Platter, Great Seal of the United States, 3.25-inches Leeds type for American market, hand painted eagle, entire view

Measurement: Diameter: 7.25

Material: Pearlware

Condition: Very good with as expected thinning to overglaze painted slogan.

Additional Information: Molded edge in blue centering slogan…very likely unique.

SOLD

232-410


Miniature Blue Feather Edge Platter, Great Seal of the United States, 3.25-inches Leeds type for American market, hand painted eagle, entire view



Blue Willow Transfer, Serving Dish
Unicorn and Pinnox Works, Tunstall
Wedgwood & Co Ltd
Circa 1900


Blue Willow Transfer, Serving Dish
Unicorn and Pinnox Works, Tunstall
Wedgwood & Co Ltd
Circa 1900, entire view

Covered serving dish, lion final, impressed and transfer mark on bottom Wedgwood & Co Ltd, for Unicorn and Pinnox Works, Tunstall, Staffordshire,not the Wedgwood; excellent condition.
Dimensions: 6-inches high, 10-inches wide, 8.5-inches deep.

$150

593-23


Blue Willow Transfer, Serving Dish
Unicorn and Pinnox Works, Tunstall
Wedgwood & Co Ltd
Circa 1900, scale view
Blue Willow Transfer, Serving Dish
Unicorn and Pinnox Works, Tunstall
Wedgwood & Co Ltd
Circa 1900, marks detail




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