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Rare Early Victorian "Marrige Present" Frog Chamber Pot

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Ceramics: English: Pottery: Pre 1900   item# 1234141 (stock# 998)

Rare Early Victorian "Marrige Present" Frog Chamber Pot
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Sold to UK - May 2014 售至英国 - 2014年5月  

A wheel thrown transfer printed and hand painted double-handled "Loving" Chamber Pot made as a novelty wedding gift "Marrige Present", circa 1840, in either Sunderland or Staffordshire. Condition : there is a re-glued old break to one handle; and there is a curved crack to the rim on the underside which is less shorter on the upper side and does not reach the rim (please view enlargements 6 & 7); no further damages and no restoration. 21.5cm (8.5 inches) diameter; 13cm (5.2 inches) high. For additional pictures and enlargements please view item #0474 on our Liverpool Shop website at 69aliverpool.co.uk


19th Century Staffordshire Toby Jug - Admiral Nelson

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Ceramics: English: Pottery: Pre 1900   item# 1097796 (stock# 672)

19th Century Staffordshire  Toby Jug - Admiral Nelson
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Sold in our Liverpool shop - February 2014 利物浦店内售出 - 2014年2月 

A 19th Century Staffordshire Earthenware Jug depicting Admiral Nelson. There is a similar example in the collection of the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London. Condition - excellent - no damages and no restoration. 28.6cm (11.25inches) high.


Staffordshire Prattware Tea Caddy / Cannister 1780-1790

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Ceramics: English: Pottery: Pre 1800   item# 977216 (stock# 441)

Staffordshire Prattware Tea Caddy / Cannister 1780-1790
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SOLD through our Liverpool shop - September 2010 

A rare Staffordshire "Prattware" tea caddy, unusually with original cover. On each side are moulded caricatures of Georgian "society" figures with their servants/attendants. This item was made during the last quarter of the 18th Century, circa 1780-1790. Condition - there are chips to the under side of the cover and the finial has been re-glued. There are some minor surface glaze losses to the edges and the figures. There are no cracks and there has been no restoration. 6.5 inches (16.5cm) high

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