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Four Ceramic Items, Mocha and Yellowware:
British, 19th century, mocha yellowware mixing bowl with banded slip decoration of blue seaweed accents, 5 x 11 in. ; mocha earthworm pattern mug, 3-3/4 in. ; creamware mug ... [more like this]
SEVEN PIECES OF MOCHA AND YELLOWWARE. American
and English 19th century. Two miniature mocha creamers with raised checked bands 2 3/4'' 3 1/2''h. and five pieces of yellowware. Miniature creamer 3''h. and pepper pot ... [more like this]
TWO PIECES OF MOCHA. English, mid 19th century.
Mug with black seaweed design on brown, 5"h. Together with a grey-bodied mustard with beaded bands. Handle has firing separation. 3 1/2"h. ... [more like this]
Five Mocha Ware Objects: British, 19th century,
comprising: an earthworm pitcher with blue and yellow; a seaweed pitcher with blue band; and three seaweed mugs, largest 6-3/4 in. Provenance: Private Georgia Collection ... [more like this]
Fifteen English Pottery Items, early 19th
century, two blue mocha-decorated pearlware pitchers; a small mocha-pearlware cup with mottled decoration; a pearlware pepper pot; two Staffordshire Dalmatians; three Staffordshire ... [more like this]
English Tortoiseshell Double-Bowfront Two-Compartment
Tea Box, second quarter 19th century, the interior square covers of richly figured tortoiseshell centered with "button" grips of polished bone, the interior of the lid lined ... [more like this]
English Chocolate Tortoiseshell Double-Compartment
Tea Box, second quarter 19th century, the rectangular interior covers of matching tortoiseshell centered with turned and polished bone grips of button form, the upper center ... [more like this]
Diminutive English Fluted Chocolate Tortoiseshell
Solitaire Tea Box, mid-19th century, the interior fitted with an octagonal cover in matching tortoiseshell centered with a pinhead grip of polished bone, the whole supported ... [more like this]
Annesley, George, Viscount Valentia
and travels to India, Ceylon, the Red Sea, Abbyssinia and Egypt in the years 1802, 1803, 1804, 1805, and 1806. London: William Miller, 1809. 4to, 3 volumes, [iii-vi, , ... [more like this]
MOCHA SALT. English, 1st half-19th century.
Tan band with cat's eye design. 2"h. 3"d. ... [more like this]
MOCHA MUG. English, 1st half-19th century.
Freeform seaweed design with slate blue bands top and bottom. Imperfections. 3 3/4"h. ... [more like this]
FIVE CERAMIC PIECES. English, 1st half-19th
century. Two pieces of feather edge, a salt, 2"h. 3"d. and a molded edge toddy plate impressed "Clews", 5 3/4"d.; a Leeds- type handleless cup and two pieces of mocha. A brown ... [more like this]
TWO MOCHA BOWLS. English, 2nd quarter -19th
century. The first has a pale tan band with tri-color earthworm, 3 1/4"h. 6 1/4"d., the other a plain blue band, 3 1/4"h. 6 1/4"d. Some staining. ... [more like this]
MOCHA MUG. English, 1st quarter 19th-century.
Colorful engine turned bands with applied leaf molded handle. Rim roughness, 6"h. ... [more like this]
MOCHA MUG WITH FROG. English, 1st quarter
19th-century. Engine turned mug with leaf molded handle. The interior has a rotund, yellow frog on the side. Frog has some edge damage, 4 1/2"h. ... [more like this]
MOCHA CREAMER. English mid 19th century.
Black seaweed designs on tan and blue bands. ''Pint'' label. Edge flakes 4 3/4''h. ... [more like this]
TWO PIECES OF PORCELAIN. English late 19th
century. A blue Staffordshire plate depicting Molly Pitcher 10''dia. together with a blue banded Mocha mug with seaweed design 5''h. ... [more like this]
Various 18thC and later English and Continental
porcelain and pottery, to include an early Wedgwood lozenge shaped dish, 29cm wide, a late 18thC/early 19thC chestnut basket, various Jackfield style and other pottery, cottage ... [more like this]
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