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Four Mochaware Pottery Items, Britain, early 19th century, a quart mug with molded base, green reeded rim band and a wide cat's-eye patterned band on a...

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  • (2) MOCHAWARE BOWLS Lot of (2) 19th c. Mochaware
    Pottery Bowls, incl: Bowl with slip banded and earthworm decoration, green glazed rouletting, 3 3/4" high, 7 5/8" diam., hairline cracks, old rim repair, stains; and Bowl ... [more like this]
  • Mochaware Pottery Mug, Britain, 19th century,
    quart mug decorated with blue, ochre, and dark brown bands, the handle with leaf terminals, ht. 5 5/8 in. Provenance: Purchased from William Lewan Antiques, Fitzwilliam, New ... [more like this]
  • Mochaware Pottery Pitcher, England, 19th
    century, baluster-form pitcher decorated with two pale blue bands, green-glazed rouletted band, and a wide gray band with brown and white slip earthworm decoration, (minor ... [more like this]
  • Three Mochaware Pottery Mugs, England, 19th
    century, a half-pint mug with molded base and leaf terminals on handle, brown bands with brown and cream-colored wavy earthworm decoration, a pint mug with bands of black, ... [more like this]
  • 19th C. English Mochaware pottery pitcher,
    cream-colored ground, blue and black stripes, center brown band with sponged seaweed decoration, applied handle, "W" partly stamped underside base, minor crazing underside ... [more like this]
  • Mochaware Pottery Beaker, Britain, early
    19th century, with rouletted diamond band on rim and lower reeded band flanking a wide brown band with seaweed motifs, (minor chips), ht. 3 1/2 in. Estimate $200-250 A very ... [more like this]
  • Striped Engine-turned Mochaware Pottery Bowl,
    Britain, early 19th century, the bowl with blue, rust, and black stripes with a wide engine-turned band, (two hairlines), ht. 3, dia. 6 1/4 in. Estimate $300-500 The absence ... [more like this]
  • Two Mochaware Pottery Mugs, Britain, 19th
    century, a half-pint mug with molded base and zigzag earthworm band flanked by brown and tan bands; and a half-pint mug with molded base with a wide earthworm-decorated rust ... [more like this]
  • Two Mochaware Pottery Bowls, Britain, 19th
    century, London-shaped bowls, one with a wide band of brown seaweed decoration on a tan band flanked by light blue bands, the other with earthworm decoration on a wide tan ... [more like this]
  • Four Mochaware Pottery Items, Britain, early
    19th century, a quart mug with molded base, green reeded rim band and a wide cat's-eye patterned band on a brown field, flanked by thin black bands; a pint mug with molded ... [more like this]
  • Three Pieces of Marbled Mochaware Pottery,
    England, 19th century, a small cream jug, a tumbler, and a small footed bowl, (imperfections), ht. 3 1/2 to 4 in. Estimate $250-350 creamer- 1/2 in. tight hairline on spout, ... [more like this]
  • BANDED MOCHAWARE POTTERY CHAMBERPOT 19th
    CenturyHeight 6."ConditionHairline crack. ... [more like this]
  • FOUR PIECES OF MOCHAWARE POTTERY 19TH CENTURY
    comprising a large seaweed pattern ale jug in puce and blue between brown concentric bands and yellow ground, a one-pint mug with Victorian excise mark, 13cm high; a one-quart ... [more like this]
  • Seven English Pottery Items Including Mochaware,
    early 19th century, two Whieldon-type plates, a barrel-form covered mug, a small mochaware mug, cream jug, and a bowl with applied rosettes, a redware jug with engine-turned ... [more like this]
  • Four Assorted Early Pottery Items and a Pair
    of Floral Enameled Mirror Supports, early 19th century, a mochaware bowl with band of marbled slip decoration, a delftware plate, a floral and pink luster decorated plate, ... [more like this]
  • DON CARPENTIER (US, 1951-2014) MOCHAWARE
    (3) Pieces of Finely Crafted Pottery by Don G. Carpentier, 20th c. replicas of early English mochaware, incl: Bowl with seaweed decoration, stamped "D.C. Carpentier, 95" (1995) ... [more like this]
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    (2) Pieces of Finely Crafted Pottery by Don G. Carpentier, 20th c. replicas of early English mochaware, stamped "D.C. Carpentier" and with date on base, incl: Large seaweed ... [more like this]
  • MOCHAWARE YELLOW WARE POTTERY Lot of (3)
    Pieces of 19th c. Blue Seaweed Decorated Pottery, incl: Small bowl, 2 3/4" high, 5 1/8" diam., rim glaze flakes; Larger bowl, 3 5/8" high, 7 3/4" diam., two rim chips, hairline ... [more like this]
  • Group of English and Other Pottery Table
    Articles, Staffordshire silver lustre jug, six copper lustre shakers, creamware pineapple and beehive food molds, a covered mochaware canister, an Adams Red Barn "September" ... [more like this]
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