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Two English oval Staffordshire teapots and covers; also a Chamberlains Worcester cream jug painted with sprays of flowers, all a.f (3)...
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Scarce English Staffordshire teapot, in the
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Scarce English Staffordshire teapot, in the
"Texian Campaigne" pattern, James Beech, mid 19th c., with purple/ mulberry transfer printed decoration, depicting an officer overlooking soldiers, marked underfoot, minor ... [more like this]
STAFFORDSHIRE SALTGLAZE ENAMELLED LANDSKIP
TEAPOT AND COVER, CIRCA 1765. , Of lobed ovoid form, press-molded and painted in blue, green, rose, iron-red, yellow and brown on either side with a three-story country ... [more like this]
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