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A Staffordshire pearlware 'Quadrupeds' Series meat platter, early 19th century, printed with a rhinoceros looking out to a stormy sea with a thr...

A STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURE OF A RECUMBANT LION Circa 1830, 18cms wide

A WHEILDON TYPE STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURE OF A WOLF 18th Century, 11cms

TWO EARLY STAFFORDSHIRE CHINOSERIE FIGURES CIRCA 1760-70 The creamware example depicting a seated deity, together with a saltglaze figure of a sea...

AN EARLY OCTAGONAL STAFFORDSHIRE TORTOISESHELL PLATE Mid 18th century, together with a creamware plate with green sponging and a Whieldon hexagona...

Six 19th Century Staffordshire Greyhounds: A pair of reclining dog pen-holders on blue glazed oval bases 4¼" (11 cm) high, 6¼" (16 cm) in length. ...

A PAIR OF STAFFORDSHIRE RECUMBANT DEER Circa 1830, 19cms high

A pair of Grainger Lee (Worcester) figures of giraffes, c.1828, recumbent on rocky bases with heads erect, left in the white with gilt detailing,...

A Late 18th/Early 19th Century Staffordshire Pearlware Figure Group depicting a Girl with Family of Sheep stood by a bocage tree. The girl wearing...

A small 19th century century Staffordshire figure of a lion - painted yellow and black over a pearlware glaze, 6.8 cm high.

SUSAN PARKINSON FOR BRIGLIN POTTERY, RARE COMPLETE SET OF FIVE THEATRICAL FIGURES, CIRCA 1959 comprising Paul Robeson as Othello, model No.6, Si...

A PAIR OF STAFFORDSHIRE CELADON GROUND VASES Mid 19th century, painted with floral panels and marbling to interior, 30cms high

A group of four Staffordshire pearlware plates, mid-19th century, comprising: two Royal Navy Mess plates, printed 'Mess No 8' and 'Mess No 18', ...

Four Staffordshire figures including lion and the lamb, unmarked, 25.5cm high, Staffordshire 'Dog tray' figure, 23.5cm high, 'Sheep Shearer', ...

A massive Staffordshire pearlware pastille burner modelled as a cottage orné, dated 1833, the walls coloured pink and painted with climbing plant...

Staffordshire tea service Victorian, decorated with flowers on a turquoise ground, comprising teacups and saucers, bowls, cake or sandwich pla...

A pair of Victorian Staffordshire long haired King Charles spaniels and puppies, firing cracks present, 24cm tall

A STAFFORDSHIRE REDWARE PUNCH POT Circa 1755, 30cms wide

A large Staffordshire pearlware spill vase figure stand, 1st half 19th century, modelled with a sheep recumbent at the base of a large hollow tre...

A pair of Staffordshire pearlware figures of the Welsh Tailor and his wife, c.1815, riding goats, raised on scrolled bases with ochre detailing, ...

A rare Staffordshire porcelain figure of a juggling hedgehog, 19th century, standing on its back paws with a red ball or berry in each of its for...

A quantity of collectable tea ware, including Royal Albert, Royal Doulton, Royal Worcester and Crown Staffordshire china

A pair of large Staffordshire pottery Cockerell's; together with a Staffordshire grey hound and rabbit and a pottery figure of a farmer and his do...

Two Pairs of Victorian Staffordshire Spaniels: One daubed with copper lustre glaze patches, having yellow glazed eyes and black snouts, 9" (23 cm)...

A pair of Victorian Staffordshire pottery dogs, each holding a basket of flowers. Approx. 8" high (2) Please Note - we do not make reference to t...

BATTERSEA OR SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE, SIX 18TH CENTURY ENGLISH ENAMEL PATCH BOXES To include egg shaped example, depictions include Hunting scene, fis...

Porcelain Soup Plate Bearing the Arms of Lee of Coton Quartering Astley, China, c. 1735. Splayed rim decorated en grisaille with harbor scenes o...

A STAFFORDSHIRE 'BATAVIAN WARE' CUP AND SAUCER CIRCA 1750-60 The cup of slight bell shape glazed brown with floral reserves, the saucer with simil...

Group of pieces including a Spode creamware two-handled jar and cover, 20cm high, a Meissen miniature cream jug, a pair of Chinese cinnabar la...

Two Staffordshire pearlware models of cradles, 19th century, one green-glazed and moulded with putti and a dog to the sides, on a basketweave gro...

Two Staffordshire figures - Lord Raglan and Highlander, 44cm high and smaller (2)

Two Pairs of 19th Century Staffordshire White 'Confetti' Poodles with yellow eyes and black snouts, 9½" (24 cm) and 6" (15 cm) in height.*

Mid-century-style jug with geometric coloured pattern, a similar flower vase , a Wedgwood & Co Ltd cream jug with gilt and green border, a pa...

BATTERSEA OR SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE, THREE 18TH CENTURY ENGLISH ENAMEL PATCH BOXES OF OVULAR FORM All bearing inscriptions and mirrored interiors, fi...

BATTERSEA OR SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE, TWO 18TH CENTURY ENGLISH ENAMEL PATCH BOXES, BOTH HAVING INSCRIPTIONS TO TOP Reading ‘A Prefent from Worcester’ ...

'Elisee Cohu, Guernsey' Transfer-printed Creamware Mug and Pitcher, Josiah Wedgwood and Ralph Wedgwood & Co., Burslem, Staffordshire, England, lat...

Blue-glazed Pearlware Basket and Tureen, Josiah Wedgwood (1759-2005), Staffordshire, England, early 19th century. The oval basket with twist handl...

A rare early 19th Century collection of "Forget-me-not" pattern dinner wares including an open bottomed bowl with cover and cow finial, lidded mil...

A 19th Century Staffordshire Walton figural group "Widow". Female seated holding firewood, child at her knee, meal barrel and oil by her feet, 25c...

A Group of Small 19th Century Staffordshire Ornaments: A figural Jar moulded as a Toby sat holding a jug & tankard, wearing a green & orange plaid...

Three Staffordshire Figures: An early 19th century pearlware figure representing Peace on a square base, 8¼" (21 cm) in height. A pearlware female...

A Group of Seven of Victorian Staffordshire Spaniels with rusty orange patch markings; three pairs 8" (20 cm), 5" (13 cm) and 4" (10 cm), and a si...

A pair of 19th century Staffordshire dogs, 25cms; together with a Staffordshire zebra; a Staffordshire sheep and two Staffordshire swans. Estimate...

BATTERSEA OR SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE, THREE 18TH CENTURY ENGLISH ENAMEL PATCH BOXES Fist being hexagonal form depicting Shepard & goats amongst trees ...

'Liverpool and Manchester Railway' Transfer-printed Pearlware Pitcher, and One 'Peace of Amiens' Mug, Staffordshire, England, c. 1830. Lead-glazed...

A PAIR OF STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURES OF THE DUKE AND DUCHESS OF CAMBRIDGE 19TH CENTURY 36cm high); together with FOUR FURTHER STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURES (6

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