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Qianlong Chinese Export, Porcelain, Table Trencher Salt Dishes
Circa 1765


Antique Pair of Chinese Export Table Trench Salt Dishes, pair entire view

(Excellent condition: H: 1.25”, W: 3.25”, D: 2.75”)

$1,235

1152-60


Antique Pair of Chinese Export Table Trench Salt Dishes, pair angle view



Creamware, Openwork Basket and Underplate, England, 18th Century


Antique Openwork Creamware Basket and Underplate, 18th Century, entire view

(Mismatch, Tray diameter: 9”, bowl: 11 by 9.5 by 3”)

$1,075

492-142




Mocha Mustard Pot, Cats Eye and Bands
England
Circa 1815 to 1825



Drum form banded in dark brown and mustard with cat' eyes on blue slip ground; the handle with leafy terminals. The pot is without restoration; lid has been restored but looks perfect. (H: 2.25"; diameter: 3")

$765

232-199






Creamware Wall Pocket, Staffordshire, Cornucopia, Molded
England
Circa 1770


Antique Creamware Wall Pocket with Cornucopia Decoration, Circa 1770, entire view

Molded in relief with infant bacchante drinking from a jug centered by trailing pearls; husk and flower ornament from which hangs a quiver of arrows. Imperfections limited to hairlines. (H: 10”)

$375

843-172




Make Do Tea Pot, Pearlware, Queens Rose, Tin Handle
England, Circa 1810 to 1820
New tin handle competently fabricated and applied then painted to match body


Antique Pearlware Make Do Teapot with Tin Handle, Circa 1810 to 1820, entire view

LITERATURE: Waste Not Want Not - The Art of the Make-do by Donald Naetzker, page 99.
(Only traces of handle paint remain; H: 5”, L: 10”)

$445

997-14


Antique Pearlware Make Do Teapot with Tin Handle, Circa 1810 to 1820, make do detail



Make Do Lidded Sugar Bowl, Decorated Pearlware, Pasteboard Patch to Hole in Bottom
English, Circa 1810 to 1820
Paperboard was used circa 1850/70 to seal a quarter size hole within base


Antique Make Do Pearlware Lidded Sugar Bowl, Circa 1810 to 1820, entire view

LITERATURE: Waste Not Want Not - The Art of the Make-do by Donald Naetzker, page 98.
(H: 5.5”, W: 5”)

$435

997-12


Antique Make Do Pearlware Lidded Sugar Bowl, Circa 1810 to 1820, make do detail



Pearlware Footed Bowl, Floral Decoration, Underglaze Blue and Green Painted Interior and Exterior
England, First Quarter 19th Century


Antique Pearlware Footed Bowl with Floral Decoration, 19th Century, entire view 1

(7.25 by 3.5”)

$345

879-89


Antique Pearlware Footed Bowl with Floral Decoration, 19th Century, entire view 2
Antique Pearlware Footed Bowl with Floral Decoration, 19th Century, angle view
Antique Pearlware Footed Bowl with Floral Decoration, 19th Century, bottom detail



Jenny Lind Stone China Basin Bowl and Pitcher, Transferware, Polychrome
Charles Meigh & Son (C.M & S.) 1851 to 1861


Jenny Lind Stone China Basin Bowl and Pitcher, Polychrome, Circa 1851 to 1861, entire view

(Excellent save for tight hairline spider under base; Pitcher H: 11.25"; Bowl Diameter: 14")

$245

414-65


Jenny Lind Stone China Basin Bowl and Pitcher, Polychrome, Circa 1851 to 1861, pitcher view
Jenny Lind Stone China Basin Bowl and Pitcher, Polychrome, Circa 1851 to 1861, pitcher detail
Jenny Lind Stone China Basin Bowl and Pitcher, Polychrome, Circa 1851 to 1861, bowl detail
Jenny Lind Stone China Basin Bowl and Pitcher, Polychrome, Circa 1851 to 1861, marks detail



Previous Offerings or Gone to New Homes




Painted Presentation Cups, American Ship Harry Bluff, Teacup and Mug, Kappauf
Porcelain, Likely Painted by C. Kappauf; active in Hamburg, 1860s’
Possibly retailed by T.G. Hauthal and Co.
Under the cups handle is painted “Wallace St. Croix Redman 1865” - SOLD


Antique Set of Painted Presentation Cups Depicting the American Ship Harry Bluff, Tea Cup and Mug, angle views 1

The Harry Bluff built by Jotham Stetson at Chelsea, Massachusetts; in 1855 the vessel was owned by Charles R. Green of New York; she was lost on the Nantucket Shoals February 26, 1869. The teacup depicts a starboard view of the ship flying her house flag from the top of the main mast and flying the American flag from her gaff. The mug displays her port side; both cups white with gilt rim and foot and hand painted scenes of Ship Harry Bluff under full sail.
(Both cups remaining in fine original condition; tea form, H: 3.5”, straight sided, H. 4”)

925-1 - SOLD




Pewter Mounted Chocolate Pot
Anonymous, likely Germany
Tin Glazed Pottery - SOLD



As depicted, having pewter lid with touch-mark to interior, ball-form thumb-piece, and foot; green, pink, blue, and gold gilt decoration. (Height: 11.5".)

783-2 - SOLD




Paris Porcelain Urn, Martha Washington, Original Paint and Gilding
Anonymous, 19th Century - SOLD


Paris Porcelain Urn with Martha Washington Portrait, 19th Century, entire view

(Good condition; H: 9.5")

1121-7 - SOLD




Charger, Salt Glaze Stoneware, Molded Seed and Basket Weave, Scalloped Rim
Likely Staffordshire, Circa 1760 to 1780 - SOLD



A fine and massive example in mint original condition featuring press molded Barleycorn border with alternating ripple and basket weave panels; diameter: 19.25"

1008-27 - SOLD




Yellowware Cuspidor, Spittoon, Blue Banded
Antique - SOLD



(Fine original condition; H: 2.5", diameter: 5.25")

958-20 - SOLD




Mocha, Washbowl and Pitcher
Early 19th Century
Pearlware - SOLD



An outstanding set in a most unusual palette; chain, earthworm, and banded decoration against light pea soup green glaze. Restored
(Dimensions: Bowl H: 5.25", bowl diameter: 13.25", pitcher H: 10.5")

161-60 - SOLD




Satsuma Urn, Brewery Advertising
J.D. Iler, Rochester Brewery, Kansas City, Missouri
Urn of great proportion
Circa 1897 - SOLD



One of the most elaborately decorated brewery advertising pieces; as depicted, enormous Satsuma urn complete with high domed lid featuring Foo dog resting on bulbous body with Foo dog handles and fine decoration, including samurai warriors. This imposing piece stands at 31" and remains in excellent condition with professional restoration to lid, all else fine.

232-192 - SOLD




Mocha Bowl, London Shape
Pearlware
Circa 1820 - SOLD



Brown bands centering band of pumpkin pie orange slip against which is cable decoration. Fine condition. (H: 3"; diameter: 5.5")

879-2 - SOLD




Mocha Punch Bowl, Hemispherical, Slip Marbling Bowl Decoration
Circa 1800 to 1820
Bold Decoration - SOLD



An unusual and large example boldly decorated, having no cracks or hairlines with interior staining and multiple chips on foot of base; also, the interior bottom third of bowl has many nicks caused by mixing use in the kitchen; a quarter inch chip on interior of the rim. (H: 4.75"; diameter: 10.25")

879-3 - SOLD




Mocha Tankard, Large Size, Engine Turned
Pearlware
Circa 1820 - SOLD



Cats-eye and cabled earthworm decoration on blue-gray ground centered by brown bands beneath engine-turned decoration; the strap handle with acanthus terminus. There are a couple flea bites and a chip within interior of lip with all else fine. (H: 6")

879-6 - SOLD




Mocha Tankard, Large Size, Reeded Bands
Pearlware
Early 19th Century - SOLD



This example with strap handle, molded foot and acanthus terminus, features slip earthworm decoration against wide band centered by reeded bands in green glaze within brown bands. There is a hairline in the bottom of base that travels to base molding and one tiny chip within molding. (H: 6")

879-7 - SOLD




Creamware Mug
Polychrome Decorated - SOLD



Over-glaze enamel decoration in iron red, green and yellow of building, flowers and geometric shapes, some very minor chips and light stains noted for accuracy. (Height: 5".)

310-71 - SOLD




Creamware Ewer
Enamel Decoration
Late 18th to Early 19th Century - SOLD



Creamware ewer, engine turned; yellow over-glaze enamel band w/ brown wheat decoration, brown over-glaze foliate decoration and banding; no cracks or chips. Height: 11.25".

510-102 - SOLD



If you are interested in buying any of these items, please call (978) 597-8084 or email David Hillier at drh@aaawt.com

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