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Interesting Collection of Five Staffordshire
© St. CHARLES AUCTIONS, New Orleans, Louuisiana, LA, USA

Interesting Collection of Five Staffordshire Pottery Figures of Rabbits, including a pair of black-spotted rabbits crouched on oval green- and brown-mottled...

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    service, painted with views of 19th century American life, including views of Native American Indians at Lake Winnipesaukee, the White House and figures above the Hudson River, ... [more like this]
  • OF WELSH INTEREST, Two Staffordshire pottery
    flatback figure groups, one as a watch stand modelled as "Gelart & Prince Llewelyn's Son" with a child in a cradle with cherub above and dog to the side, 10 1/2" high, and ... [more like this]
    BLUE PRINTED POTTERY 'HISTORICAL' PLATES (SOME OF AMERICAN INTEREST)Group of 9 Staffordshire and English Dark Blue Printed Pottery 'Historical' Plates (some of American Interest), ... [more like this]
  • Staffordshire and other small figurines,
    mostly 19th C., including: pair of large Staffordshire Spaniels inseat position, one cracked, 15" h.; and twenty smaller figures, many marked "Old Staffordshire", items of ... [more like this]
  • Interesting Collection of Five Boxes, consisting
    of a Crummles and Company, England, enamel snuffbox with a frigate on the lid in the 18th-century South Staffordshire style, a diminutive Crummles gilt-brass-mounted botanical ... [more like this]
  • Group of five Staffordshire blue transfer-printed
    items 19th century Comprising: a matching teabowl and saucer with floral motif, a saucer with impressed mark of 'Clews Warranted Staffordshire' on back, a plate with ... [more like this]
  • Cricketing interest: a large Staffordshire
    figure of a batsman standing before the wicket, possibly a representation of the Surrey player Julius Caesar, wearing an orange cap and sash, c.1865, a small chip to the front ... [more like this]
  • A Staffordshire pottery cow creamer 19th
    century the cow creamer painted with flowers on an oval base moulded with a flower 6.5ins; together with a Staffordshire group of a milkmaid and a cow 19th century 7.5ins ... [more like this]
  • Group Five Staffordshire Pottery Items:
    Group of five Staffordshire pottery items including The Prince and Princess of Wales. Repairs to Prince. Largest: 7 1/4" high, 6 1/2" wide. Smallest: 4" high, 3" wide. Condition ... [more like this]
  • Estate Group Pottery & Porcelain Items:
    comprising four English Staffordshire plates, a Leedsware mustard pot and two French bowls. Staffordshire with stains, crazing, glaze wear, largest plate with edge chips, ... [more like this]
  • Group Three Porcelain Lamps, Chinese/Staffordshire:
    including a Chinese ginger jar lamp with rooster and floral enameling. Enamel, gilt wear, loss; small rim chips to ginger jar, crazing, a couple small chips to Staffordshire ... [more like this]
  • Charles Dickens interest. A Ridgway & Robey
    figure of Ralph Nickleby, 1839,  on gilt base, 21.5cm h, impressed title and, to the reverse, Published June 15 1839 by Ridgway & Robey Hanley Staffordshire PotteriesComparative ... [more like this]
    1890 lustre-glazed earthenware, on a J.H. Davis blank, impressed J.H. DAVIS30cm diameterProvenance: From the collection of Arthur Halcrow VerstageNote: The impressed mark ... [more like this]
  • Staffordshire china character jug of military
    interest modelled as Rommel, with hand painted decoration and printed factory mark to the base, 16cm high ... [more like this]
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  • Staffordshire Pen Holder, English, first
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    Pottery Figures of Rabbits, including a pair of black-spotted rabbits crouched on oval green- and brown-mottled bases, a similar single crouched rabbit and a near-pair of ... [more like this]
    STAFFORDSHIRE JUG, ENOCH WOOD & SONS, CIRCA 1818-30. One side of the jug, near and beneath the handle, with an interesting error in the application of the bat creating a ... [more like this]

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