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  • Daisy & Dot MarCrest Stoneware Beer Pitcher
    & Mugs Oven Proof Stoneware Handled 2 1/2 qt pitcher with two Handled Mugs. 8 1/4' tall beer pitcher 5 1/4" tall beer mugs Produced By: Mar Crest Era / Time Period: 1950 - ... [more like this]
  • German Mettlach Stoneware & Pewter Cornell
    Stein, 1903: Europe, Germany, created by W. Miller and F. Ackerman for Mettlach Villeroy and Bosch. Ca. 1903. Mettlach Catalog No. 2871. Marked "Made exclusively for Rothschild ... [more like this]
  • Hull Early Stoneware (7) - Pitcher, Mugs Lot
    of seven (7) Early Stoneware including #492 pitcher (small chips to rim) and mugs (six). Typical used condition with no overt damage or repairs unless otherwise specified. Estimate: ... [more like this]
  • Lot of 2: Iroquois Brewing Company Beer Mugs.
    Stoneware. Includes one mug with bright, brilliant blue with little to no wear. Nice overall gloss with just one minor and faint hairline on one mug. Also includes one mug ... [more like this]
  • A YELLOW GLAZED EARTHENWARE CHILD'S MUG transfer
    printed in black with a tablet inscribed for My dear Girl beneath a silver lustre rim, 5cm h, two other lustre ware children's mugs, a toy jug and a white earthenware teacup ... [more like this]
  • A RARE CHARLES VYSE STONEWARE BARNET FAIR
    MUG, of gently ribbed barrel shape, covered in a light grey ash glaze and freely painted in blue with figures of a youth and girl and inscribed ALL THE BEST AT BARNET, the ... [more like this]
  • Eight Early Continental and English Ceramics:
    17th/18th century, Rhenish salt glazed stoneware frill footed mug; redware slip glazed mug attributed to London; redware mug; three white Delftware pharmacy vessels; two biscuit ... [more like this]
  • STEIN - Circa 1813 stoneware German beer
    stein with incised blue decorated body and early cast pewter cover with ribbed ball finial, inscription engraved on cover reads LS No 19, 1813, 8"H x 3 1/2"DIA, strap holding ... [more like this]
  • A very large Mettlach earthenware pewter
    mounted stein Together with a smaller German stein.height of larger 16 1/4in ... [more like this]
  • Mettlach "Suit of Cards" stein early 20th
    century; salt glazed stoneware pewter mounted stein with card suit motif decoration, impressed marks "2093," 6 in. H. ... [more like this]
  • AMERICAN STONEWARE CROCK AND MUG. Second
    half-19th century. Both with cobalt stripes. Crock, edge flakes. 4.25"h. Barrel shaped mug with handle, hairlines. 8.25"h. ... [more like this]
  • A DERBYSHIRE SALTGLAZED BROWN STONEWARE COMMEMORATIVE
    PORTER MUG sprigged with portraits of PRINCE ALBERT and QUEEN VICTORIA the title impressed in printer's type beneath, C scrolls and foliage, flanked by a bull and cow, the ... [more like this]
  • DR. SWETT’S ROOT BEER TIN DIE CUT. Extremely
    rare two-sided figural stoneware root beer mug advertisement, which reads “Dr. Swett’s Original Root Beer 5 cents”. SIZE: 4-1/2” w x 6” h. CONDITION: Good to very ... [more like this]
  • Collection of 4 pieces including Beswick
    figural salt and pepper, Doulton stoneware pitcher, Handly mug depicting Mr. Pecksniff from Oliver Twist and miniature royal Doulton plate. All show good condition. Estimate: ... [more like this]
  • An English saltglazed stoneware silver-mounted
    mug, probably London, top half brown-glazed and applied with a silver band with a basal strapwork apron, incised 2 -- 12, 22cm high, circa 1700 (crack to base) condition ... [more like this]
  • A slip-decorated earthenware two-handled
    mug with quotation from Robert Southey (Radical and later Poet Laureate), dated 1810 ... [more like this]
  • THREE PIECES OF STONEWARE. A handeled mug
    with two cobalt bands. 4 3/4" h. A miniture crock with applied handles and cobalt decoration. 5 3/4" h. And a jug with a cobalt rim and impressed "Wight & Higgins". 9 3/4" ... [more like this]
  • Three pieces Lanier Meaders pottery (1917-1998,
    White County, Georgia), alkaline glazed stoneware, two tapered mugs, each 3-1/4 in.; candlestick, early 1970s, 3-1/8 in., glaze creases as made, wax residue, all with incised ... [more like this]
  • Lot of 4: Assorted Stoneware Root Beer Mugs.
    Circa 1910 to 1920. All are clean and bright with little to no wear. Condition (Near Mint). Size Largest: 4 - 3/4" T. ... [more like this]
  • 19th century salt glazed stoneware & pewter
    beer stein with cobalt blue accents. Pewter lid with handle. Good condition: wear from age tarnishing to pewter see images for details. Measures 10'' tall x 6.25'' long. Shipping ... [more like this]

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