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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 13-5794: CHILD'S JUG WITH ROOSTER AND CHICK, C. 1840

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13-5794

CHILD'S JUG WITH ROOSTER AND CHICK, C. 1840 Child's jug, 4.5 inches to the top of the spout. The scene on one side shows a rooster talking to a chick. He asks "How's Your Mother?" The other side shows the same rooster and the same chick. Here the rooster asks "Does Your Mother Know You're Out?" There is a glazed over (in the making) chip on the spout. Other than that, condition and appearance are excellent.
Circa: 1840
Manufacturer: Maker Unknown  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 13-5783: FAITHFUL PLAYMATE CHILD'S PLATE, C. 1835

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FAITHFUL PLAYMATE CHILD'S PLATE, C. 1835 Child's plate, 4 inches. The pattern shows a little girl with her arm around a large dog. The title "Faithful Playmate" says it all! Condition is excellent.
Circa: 1835
Manufacturer: Maker Unknown  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 13-5804: FEATHER EDGE CHILD'S PLATE WITH POEM, C. 1810

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FEATHER EDGE CHILD'S PLATE WITH POEM, C. 1810 Plate, 5.5 inches. The poem was written by Isaac Watts (1674-1748). His verse and songs were enormously popular during the 18th and 19th centuries. Other than two small, tight hairlines at 11 and 6 o'clock, condition is excellent.
Circa: 1810
Manufacturer: Maker Unknown  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 13-5810: MASON'S CAMBRIAN ROSE PLATE

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MASON'S CAMBRIAN ROSE PLATE Plate, 7.75 inches. The pattern is known as Cambrian Rose or Roses. It was made by Masons around 1820. It is printed in blue and colored over the glaze in green, pink, orange, and yellow. It is impressed with the maker's name on the back (difficult to see in the photo). Condition is excellent. There are no cracks, chips or repairs.
Circa: 1820
Manufacturer: G.M. & C.J. Mason  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 13-5803: ENOCH WOOD SPORTING SERIES ZEBRA PLATE, 1825

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ENOCH WOOD SPORTING SERIES ZEBRA PLATE, 1825 Plate, 8.25 inches. The pattern is from Enoch Wood's popular Sporting Series. Nearly every size and shape in this series has a different center animal scene. Here is a large zebra, two running zebras and an ostrich. There is a bit of wear in the center, a line in the border, and a chip to the rear. The plate displays well.
Circa: 1825
Manufacturer: Enoch Wood & Sons  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 13-5796: ENOCH WOOD SPORTING SERIES CUP PLATE TWO DOGS

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ENOCH WOOD SPORTING SERIES CUP PLATE TWO DOGS Cup Plate, 4.5 inches. This pattern is part of a large dinner service that has a different center pattern on nearly each size and shape. The cup plate features two hound dogs. It is one of the rarer patterns. The source print is from an engraving(1802)by J. Scott after S. Gilpin, R.A. ((1733-1807). The sketch was made in 1772, and later it was used as an illustration for Reverend W.B. Daniel's "Rural Sports" (1801). Juno is the white dog and Pluto is the black dog. The plate is impressed on the back with the maker's mark. Condition is excellent. There are no chips, cracks or repairs.
Circa: 1825
Manufacturer: Enoch Wood & Sons  

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APOTHECARY PATTERN CHINOISERIE PLATTER 1820 Platter, 13 inches by 10 inches. It is printed in blue, but is so beautifully painted in yellow, orange, pink, green and blue, that the outline is barely seen. The 1820s pattern is known as "Apothecary". If you look carefully, you'll see that one of the seated men is grinding something with a mortar and pestle. Although the platter has cracks on the right hand side, appearance is still excellent. If you like richly colored Chinoiserie patterns, this is the one for you!
Circa: 1820
Manufacturer: Maker Unknown  

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ENGLISH PUZZLE JUG Jug, 5 inches high by 4 inches in diameter. British puzzle jugs were found in pubs for the express purpose of tricking the uninformed. They were meant to either break the ice or humiliate! There are many holes in the rim, so in order not to spill you need to know which spouts to cover with your fingers. This jug also has a hole in the handle that needs to be covered. The pattern incorporates Phillips' "Pastoral Scene," with the addition of a man with a birdcage, and the ubiquitous Standard Willow border. The handle displays the Willow fence. There is a 1 inch chip in the rim above the handle, a minor chip on the spout, and a minor chip on the bottom of the handle. Amazingly, all of the spouts are intact. Take a look at all of the photos for the detail.
Circa: 1830
Manufacturer: Unknown Maker  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 12-5763: ORNITHOLOGICAL SERIES SAUCE UNDERTRAY

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ORNITHOLOGICAL SERIES SAUCE UNDERTRAY Sauce Undertray, 7.5 inches by 5.5 inches. The pattern is part of a large series of birds known as the Ornithological Series. It was made by more than one manufacturer in the 1820s. Each size and shape features a different bird or birds. Here, there is a duck (or some kind of water bird) and what appears to be a kingfisher. There is a large chip on the back of the undertray, and a tiny hairline on the front. Appearance is excellent. If you are interested, I can send more photos.
Circa: 1820
Manufacturer: Unknown Maker  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 12-5758: INDIAN SCENERY ARMADILLO

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INDIAN SCENERY ARMADILLO Plate, 7.5 inches. The pattern is part of a large series of animals depicted in an Indian scene. The animal here is an armadillo. Condition is excellent, although there is a bit of blue showing through the purple transfer (not unusual in purple prints).
Circa: 1835
Manufacturer: William Hackwood  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 11-5630: Visit to the Zebra Child's Plate

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Visit to the Zebra Child's Plate Plate, 6 inches, printed in black with a molded floral border clobbered in pink lustre, blue, green, yellow and orange. The popularity of the London Zoological Gardens, which opened in 1828, generated interest in books, magazines and pottery with scenes of the early zoo. Here, a boy looks at a zebra in its enclosure. Condition of the plate is excellent, with no chips, crack or repairs.
Circa: 1840
Manufacturer: Unknown  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 08-5281: BLUE TRANSFER CHARGER BEAUTIES OF ENGLAND

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BLUE TRANSFER CHARGER BEAUTIES OF ENGLAND Charger, 12.25 inches. This pattern, "The Beauties of England and Wales", is part of a large series that depicts British castles and great houses. The pattern here shows Brecknock Castle. As well as the castle in the center of the pattern, there are six different castles in the border. The Castle of Brecknock (also known as Brecon Castle) was built in Wales, at the confluence of the rivers Usk and Honddu, by Bernard de Neufmarche within 25 years of the Norman Conquest (1066). Condition of the charger is excellent. Although the maker is still unknown, it was probably made in Staffordshire around 1825.
Circa: 1825
Manufacturer: Maker Unknown  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 11-5664: BLACK TRANSFER CHILD'S PLATE WITH CAT 1840

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BLACK TRANSFER CHILD'S PLATE WITH CAT 1840 Plate,8 inches. The pattern is titled "Little Titty", perhaps because the child had a lisp! The black (rather more charcoal) print shows a young girl cuddling a cat or kitten. There is a molded border with some orange and green clobbering and a pink lustre line near the rim. Condition is good, with some minor scuffing on the edge and staining on the back. There are no chips or cracks. The plate was probably made in Staffordshire around 1840-1845. If you like cats, this is the item for you!
Circa: 1840
Manufacturer: Maker Unknown  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 11-5674: E. WOOD BLUE TRANSFER TEAPOT GUN DOGS 1825

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E. WOOD BLUE TRANSFER TEAPOT GUN DOGS 1825 Teapot, 6.75 inches to the top of the finial and 10.5 inches from the handle to the spout. The pattern is known as Gun Dogs, which is a name for the pointers used in hunting. The beautifully printed pattern of hunter and dogs was made by Enoch Wood & Sons (1818-1846) in Staffordshire around 1825. The appearance of the teapot is excellent, but there is a meandering crack that runs from the corner of one side, continues around above the spout, and ends at the opposite corner. The teapot is perfect for display, but certainly not for tea! Take a look at all the photos for the details. More photos can be supplied.
Circa: 1825
Manufacturer: Enoch Wood & Sons  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 11-5668: CHILD'S MUG A GIFT FROM THE POTTERY 1830

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CHILD'S MUG A GIFT FROM THE POTTERY 1830 Mug, 2.5 inches high by 2.75 inches in diameter. Children's patterns were often intended as souvenirs, as well as teaching tools and gifts for good behavior. This pattern is probably a souvenir from one of the Staffordshire potteries. The resting deer is printed in blue and clobbered in green, orange and yellow. What child (or adult) wouldn't like such a charming pattern! There is a 1 inch line near the handle (not in the pattern). The pearlware glaze dates the mug from between 1820-1830.
Circa: 1830
Manufacturer: Maker Unknown  

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