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Antique French Provençal Confit Pots. Gorgeous patina on these 19th Century French confit pots. Confit pots were used for preserving foods in the french countryside. Typically meat would be stored ...
This is an unusual 19th Century antique leather covered stoneware flagon. Heavy stoneware bottle, leather covered with ring handle and spout.
Antique salt glaze stoneware rum barrel.
Made by the Bristol manufacturers C & JH Price.
Spigot tap hole with cork, would look great on a bar.
Large Bretton Folk Art Jardiniere
A lovely large Art Pot in the Bretton Mythical Celtic design, the pot is in stoneware and patterned in black and blue, it has 4 ...
Lovely stoneware beer or cider flagon from JH Jones and Sons Ltd. Dated 1932
Rare Vintage Large Possil Pottery Glasgow Nearly 14" x 9" Stoneware Crock / Jug with Handle. Does not have a lid. In good condition, no cracks.
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A large decorative vintage stoneware flagon is embossed with the manufacturer’s name, Port Dundas Pottery, Glasgow made in the early 20th Century, when stoneware was very popular.
This is an authentic ...
A very unusual and certainly rare ceramic stoneware oil lamp that takes the form of a lighthouse, beautifully modelled with a naturalistic colour scheme.
This quirky victorian piece stands 27 ...
Offered for sale is this delightful little sponge ware Provençal jug.
This is a delightful 19th Century French antique preserve pots. Superb colour and glaze.
Large Height 10cm x Diameter 16cm. £45
Small Height 8cm x Diameter 10cm. £30
This antique stoneware two-gallon barrel looks to date from the second half of the nineteenth century. There are no maker's marks. The barrel is salt-glazed with relief-work decoration featuring a ...
Art Nouveau Royal Doulton stoneware ewer by Louisa Wakely. Classic Doulton ewer with baluster form body with elongated S-shaped handle and pinched rim. Stylised tube-lined Art Nouveau floral and foliate ...
Attractively shaped, tall Art Nouveau Royal Doulton stoneware teardrop vase by Rosina Brown. Elongated teardrop body with everted rim. Tube-lined band of Art Nouveau stylised floral and foliate design around ...
Set of four Korean stoneware ginger jars or pots.
Three of them are in natural raffia hangers.
Raffia hangers have seen better days and are purely serving as decorative.
One of the jars ...
Five Stoneware studio pottery goblets
Beautiful form, in perfect condition
Each goblet has the same makers mark underneath
A 19th Century antique brown salt-glaze Stoneware Tankard, depicting a hunt.
ITEM - Large Stoneware Tankard
AGE - c. 1825
MATERIAL - Stoneware
ORIGIN - Bristol
Striking Art Deco Royal Doulton stoneware vase by Lily Partington. The vase is of ovoid form with waisted tapered neck. Stylised floral and foliate decorative band over a stippled blue-gray ...
A rare antique c19th mould. Salt glazed stoneware, in the form of a lamb.
Cake mixture or bread dough, baked in this two halved vessel, produces a complete bake in the ...
A fine moulded stoneware jug from the Ridgway factory, with a boldly modelled body of bamboo overlaid with grape vines. The handle in the form of gnarled twigs. The base ...
Large heavy 13kg provincial ecru-glazed earthenware crock confit pot
A truly superb and rare, large Doulton Lambeth stoneware vase by Eliza Simmance and Rosina Brown, c1895. Classic baluster-form vase with everted rim. Stylised Art Nouveau foliate and floral design repeated ...
Offered for sale is this Doulton Lambeth Art Nouveau stoneware jug. Marked LW to the base.
A particularly attractively decorated Doulton Lambeth stoneware mug 1880 with silver mount 1881. Incised stylised foliate design in tonal blues on a finely decorated ground with raised beading. Hallmarked silver ...
This substantial pot and lid is this work of David Elles and marked with his impressed stamp. David worked as a potter all his life, establishing his own pottery in ...
Unusual and eye-catching pair of Royal Doulton Lambeth Art Deco stoneware vases by Florence C Roberts and Florrie Jones. High shouldered baluster-form body with everted rim. Bold decorated band using sgraffito and ...
This is an elegant vase made by the firm of James Dudson in Hanley, Staffordshire, in about 1850.
In the 1830's Dudson began to produce their Mosaic ware, which involved impressing ...
Reginald Marlow comes from the pioneer generation of British studio potters. He studied under William Staite Murray and shared with him a love for Chinese style glaze techniques such ...
A striking Doulton Stoneware spherical cauldron, with three handles and 3 peg legs. The gilt body is impressed with a pattern of concentric circles, above which is a collar decorated ...
These are a fine pair of stoneware barrels which have been converted to lamps with lovely floral decoration. Original brass taps now converted to lamps. Very unusual and lovely quality ...
Large Royal Doulton salt-glaze stoneware jardiniere by Francis C Pope c1920. Relief decorated in geometric designs around its body and glazed in tonal blues. Incised Royal Doulton mark used 1902-1922 and ...
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