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Liverpool Jugs

William Shakespeare and David Garrick Portrait Creamware Jug c. 1780

Garrick is portrayed as a Shakespearean character. Appearance is superb as the jug has been professionally restored.
Dimensions: 8-inches in height



Masonic Liverpool Jug Named to Solomon Clarkson

Transfer signed "Kennedy" for James Kennedy, Burslem active c. 1790 - 1800. Beneath the spout is a transfer wreath of laurel and palm surround the hand painted name "Solomon Clarkson."
Dimensions: 8.75-inches.



Previous Offerings or Gone to New Homes

Liverpool Jug, Pitcher, Harvest Home
Sweet maid and Emblem of the lamb
Circa 1800 to 1825 - SOLD

Black transfer printed, obverse, "Harvest Home," the reverse, "Sweet Maid an emblem of the Lamb you bear-May your life pay without a guilty tear."
Restored (H: 9.75")

879-25 - SOLD

Liverpool Creamware Jug, Colonel Tarleton, Full Polychrome, Rare
Reverse Shows Arms of Rope Makers
Dated 1793 - SOLD

Both sides decorated with polychrome transfer prints; the 1782 portrait of Carleton, the most hated British Commander of the Revolution, is after the portrait by Joshua Reynolds now in the National Portrait gallery. (See Alan Smith's, Liverpool Herculaneum Pottery, pp. 33-35; also plate 17 for another jug with the hand-colored Colonel Tarleton print.) The other side depicts rope makers at work, ships at sea, landscape, and legend, "BE HOLD OUR SUPPORT" above a floral spray. Under spout is found script initials GLG above 1793 within floral wreath; beneath is the legend, SUCCESS TO THE ROPE MAKER'S AND THE GLOURIOUS'S 10TH OF MARCH MAY IT NEVER BE FORGOTTEN. The rim is trimmed in green enamel; beneath the spout within lozenge is printed, "MAY TRADE AND COMMERACE - ON OUR NATION SMILE - AND PEACE AND PLEANTY - BLEFS [BLESS] THE BRITISH ISLE". Original condition!
(Dimensions: 9.75" H.)

232-201 - SOLD

Liverpool Presentation Jug, Pitcher, Ship Joseph
John Cushing Junior
Circa 1800 - SOLD

Black transfer printed, obverse with ship "Joseph" colored in enamels; under the spout is printed "Joseph Cushing Junr." within cartouche above black transfer depicting a woman leaning on anchor looking out to sea, the figure of "Hope". The reverse with black transfer printed United States great seal.
Restored (H: 9")

879-27 - SOLD

Liverpool Jug, Pitcher, Poor Tom Bowling, Sailors Epitaph
Ship with American Flag, Compass Under Spout
Here A Sheer Hulk Lies Tom Bowling The Darling Of Our Crew
Circa 1800 to 1825 - SOLD

Black transfer printed, obverse, ship flying American flag, compass under spout; the reverse with transfer printed tribute to idealized sailor now deceased, depicted are mourners within interior scene with coffin within oval festooned by leafy garland; verse below.
Restored (H: 8 7/8")

879-26 - SOLD

Liverpool Jug, Success To The Farmer, Variant
Circa 1800
Black printed transfer decoration - SOLD

Dimensions: 5.75" H.

879-29 - SOLD

Liverpool Jug, Pitcher, Jack Spritsails Frolic
Circa 1790 to 1825 - SOLD

Black transfer printed, obverse featuring transfer of three-masted English ship above panoply of flags and cannon with motto in banner "Success To Trade" also, a comical vignette depicting a sailor and his girl above a poem entitled "Jack Spritsails Frolic".
Restored (H: 8")

879-24 - SOLD

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